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So Bosch dishwashers are known in general for not absorbing the vibration very well on their front load washers unfortunately. Putting them on a pedestal makes the issue significantly worse I'm afraid. The best thing to get very coarse sand paper with adhesive on the back of it. Cut 3" diameter circles and clean the floor below the washer. Stick these circles below each foot on the washer and stick them with the adhesive to the laundry room floor. This will add a lot more friction to the feet so that the washer can't walk around when it goes into the spin cycle.
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Yes, I understood that was the dishwasher model. The answer is still the same as what I gave before, but as old as it's getting the shocks may just be wearing out as well so if you put those circles below the feet and still have issues, you'd need to replace the shocks below the tub. Below is a link to the shock you'd need to order for your washer. You access through the back of the washer to replace them.
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