Thanks for the question.
Is that the correct model number its not in the system, does this washer have a back panel .
That washer has snubber pads on the vertical metal plates that the structure moves on if the pads are worn it will cause the off balance loads check the snubber pads.
I would just replace the snubber pads its the only parts that wear that can cause the problem.
OK I need help first you called it a DAMPER PAD. Then I call a parts house and they call them friction pads and cushion yoke. Then you come back to me with the term SNUBBER PADS. Are we talking about the same thing or are they all something different??
We were told by parts house they are 8 fricition pads and 4 cushion yoke. I am getting very confused!!!!!!!!!
I sent you this earlier I guess you missed it.
The only thing that keeps the tub from going off are the pads and the self leveling legs then the floor so I don't know what type of floor you have but I think thats your problem.
If its plywood it will shake with the washer and thats the problem the giving of the plywood.
We have a cement slab with tile. We do not have a wooden structure underneath.
I think I will just dump this washing machine and go buy a new machine with less vibration. Thank You