View single post by nickfixit
 Posted: Fri Jun 15th, 2007 08:45 am
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You have a few things working against you...

1. A Duet on a wooden floor will vibrate more than if it was on concrete.

2. Over time, the wood floor will weaken from the constant forces, and the vibration will get worse.

3. A Duet on a pedestal will vibrate more than one on the floor.

4. The pan under the washer will make it vibrate more.

You can try the cushion/mat things, I've never seen them in service so I can't say if they work or not.


The washer and dryer belong in the basement, or at least on a cement floor. 

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