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My washing machine got more and more lounder and shaking after I have been used 6 months . So I like to lower machine sound and less shaking so what I need to put around the machine ?

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    Hi David, Welcome to Lifehacks. Is your washing machine a top loading model or a front-loading model? Please edit your question to include details as you do not have enough points to comment. – Stan Dec 6 '19 at 1:42
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Two common causes are weak vibration dampers or a failing tub bearing. Look up the service manual for your washing machine online, and/or find service videos showing how to check and replace the parts.

Covering the machine will only reduce noise until the washer breaks from the vibration.

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  • What the doctor said exactly. Fix this now; perhaps it’s still under warranty? If not, you will pay more to fix it later or replace it completely. – M.Mat Dec 6 '19 at 2:55
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    Another cause can be overloading the machine. – Weather Vane Dec 6 '19 at 13:13
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Another common cause is not setting the machine up properly.

  • The machine must be level, check using a spirit level. Adjust the feet if necessary.
  • All 4 feet must be firmly in contact with the ground.

When the machine is not level or it rests on only 3 feet, it'll start walking around during spin-dry cycles.

Sometimes it helps to place the feet on rubber blocks.

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