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"how to fix awful shaking in front loading washers"

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Try putting it on a washer pedestal or platform. If your washer is on the second floor, this could be a problem. There are also rubber foot stoppers that can help lessen vibration and shaking. If the problem persists, check the washer belt. If the belt is damaged, it tends to produce awful noise. Replace it as soon as possible.

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