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More than likely this is due to the motor running, although depending on the condition and age of the motor it could be old. One way to tell is just by listening to it. If the compressor sounds are consistent than it should be ok. Your best bet is to place something under the motor/ compressor to lessen the vibrations. I'd suggest an inexpensive (can be found for under a dollar or two) computer mouse pad made of rubber although anything made of a rubber, gel-like substance will definitely help.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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