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Old 05-17-2005, 07:01 PM   #1
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I am trying to get the noise out of my 21 year old Toyota Dolphin. I pretty much have it down except for large bumps. The remaining noise seems to come mainly from the stove top. I would like to pad / clamp / jamb it tight. Any experience?

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I am trying to get the noise out of my 21 year old Toyota Dolphin. I pretty much have it down except for large bumps. The remaining noise seems to come mainly from the stove top. I would like to pad / clamp / jamb it tight. Any experience?

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We put a large wooden cutting board on top of ours. We put a piece of that nonskid cloth underneath it to keep it from sliding around.
Never had a problem with it falling off.

The board made a nice working surface too!
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I see cutting boards in the catalogs. That is something to consider. Thanks!

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