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Vibrates when it spins

Here are a few quick facts on washing machine vibration.
  1. All washing machines and dryer vibrate. Dryers usually have less vibration than washers because the load is only wet clothes (as opposed to a drum of water and clothes). Front loading washing machines cause high frequency vertical oscillation while top loading washers usually have horizontal oscillation.
  2. Almost all front loading washing machines are not recommended for use on standard joist-construction floors (most common floor type, compared to a concrete slab sub-floor). Manufactures like GE, LG, Maytag, Samsung, Whirlpool, Kenmore, Bosch and more, all recommend installing a pad like Silent Feet under the washing machine to absorb the vibration.
  3. The only alternative to using Silent Feet pads to prevent structural damage is costly upgrading of the sub-floor. This usually involves adding a second layer of plywood sub-floor and adding sister boards to the rafters that support the floor. But even this won't reduce the amount of vibration noise that you hear. Sub-floor upgrades can cost thousands of dollars.
  4. Vibration can also cause appliance "walking" (unwanted movement) usually during the spin cycle. Simply installing a pad designed to prevent walking can solve this problem and mean that you'll never have to reposition your washer after every load again. Both Original Silent Feet and Anti-Walk Silent Feet prevent walking, however for washers that move a lot or stacked units it is recommended that you install Anti-Walk Silent Feet for the best results.
You were not specific in either type or model. I hope the above information helps. Also, the size of the loads plays a great part in how a machine functions. have a nice day
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Dec 16, 2013 | Kenmore Washing Machines

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Creaking floors in apartment + fireboard under carpet

Hopefully by fire board" you actually mean 'floor board or sub-floor. Throughout the last century (and even prior to it), most sub floors where usually installed with nails and as a consequence, over time the nails are pried up with wear, creating the creaking sound you hear. today. In light of these issues sub-floors today are most often screwed down into the floor rafters with 2" to 3" screws. This is a difficult issue to resolve without redoing the floor or getting access through some of the spaces where the planks meet in order for you to make an insertion with a screw to make the improvement.

Jan 01, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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How do I anchor into 3/4" flake board?

If you are asking how to anchor a bathtub or whirlpool into the face of OSB (oriented strand board), use screws, preferably stainless steel. However, if it's still an option I wouldn't put a tub or whirlpool over OSB. I would use exterior grade plywood.

Nov 09, 2010 | Home

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How do i establish a subnet with a B address

Subnet mask for 86 PCs is more than 64 and less than 128. it means that subnet mask is
You can have PC IP address in range -

Apr 21, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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When do I need moisture control for wood flooring?

You need moisture control if laying below ground level or on concrete anywhere as concrete is porous

Jan 03, 2010 | Crafts & Hobbies

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Staples not going in deepenough

Several things to check:

Air pressure. (Use manufacturer's recommended)

Nice smooth swing of the mallet.

Hose length NOT too long.(friction of air in hose can reduce the flow)

Proper amount of lube oil used.

Correct sole plate for the thickness of wood.

I found that driving 2 inch staples through bamboo would not work. I had to use 1.5 inch ones. This was into 3/4 T&G plywood. If you have OSB instead of plywood, I suspect you MIGHT have trouble, period! OSB is pretty hard.

Oct 20, 2009 | Stanley Bostitch MIIIFN Flooring Nailers

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Roof Decking for Galveston County Texas

If you have a plywood roof deck, make sure that you have at least 15/32" (or ½") plywood thickness if the rafters are set at sixteen inches (16") on center. If your rafters are twenty-four inches (24") on center, it is recommended that your plywood is at least 5/8" inches thick. All plywood should be Exposure 1 Rated plywood and be rated for structural use by the APA-The Engineered Wood Association. This is indicated by a stamp on the plywood that states "32/16" rated. What this means is that particular board is rated for sub-flooring where the floor joists are 16" on center and for roof decking where the rafter or roof joists are 32" on center. The APA recommends a 1/8" gap be left between adjacent panels of plywood/OSB.

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Box dimensions for 15 in cerwin vega

do you want the box ported or unported (holes or no holes) if you don't got a lot of room than you dont want a ported box. keep in mind the box has to have the correct amount of cubic air space or you could seize your sub... if you're building it make sure you use OSB board (oriented strand board) or MDF board(medium density fiber) your sub needs .7cubic feet of air space in an unported box

Feb 14, 2009 | Cerwin Vega IT-15.0 Car Subwoofer

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How to glue fornner to metal floor? with contact glue? epoxy?

first put in sub floor of wood then glue with contact cement screw in sub floor

Jan 28, 2009 | Crafts & Hobbies

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UMAX scanner & HP All-in-one

go to hp and download the latest drivers, my other suggestion would be to unplug the the scanner and then plug it in a few minutes later see if the computer discovers it, have you rebooted?

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