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Frigidaire dishwasher door

While trying to remove the built in dishwasher (every so slightly), the door at one of the bottom hinges(?) seemed to pop and one side of the door will not "pop" back into place. How to I reinstall the door so that it will close and seal properly?

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Hi seguintheo,

I'm Harvey the Master Plumber.

Your question is: While trying to remove the built in dishwasher (every so slightly), the door at one of the bottom hinges(?) seemed to pop and one side of the door will not "pop" back into place. How to you reinstall the door so that it will close and seal properly?

You'll have to remove the d/w about 6 inches to gain access to the hinge. It should be just a mater of putting it back in place.

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Posted on Sep 28, 2008

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