What are my next steps?
Here's the dumbo deflection chart . Put your face on the floor and have you biggest buddy walk over the area in question , if it moves more than maybe 1/16 th then don't do it , or get more advice , i have seen this cause tile to come loose , I got the sale nailing hardwood down , but they weren't happy with the tile guy , The one thing for sure is when some one walked over it when I watched the floor flexed a good strong 1/8 inch , any dumbo shoulda seen that , Thats why I call it the dumbo felxation test . If the floor is really solid and barely flex's then I wouldn't vworry , all floors flex a little , there is a tolerance when the load is spread onto a tile , Thats what ohmike is trying to get you too , But Don't just do it without knowing , it will be a tear out in a couple years , Put some nice vynil in and call it a day
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