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GE front loader shakes when trying to spin

One month old ran go 2 weeks called ge service about shake found one shipping block left in unit. They are saying the shake is coming from bad floor, what do you think?

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Try putting either a piece of plywood under the machine so that all 4 legs are standing on it or using plastic floor protectors that fit under each leg to see if you can get it to be more level. Have you ensured that each leg is in full contact with the floor?

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