I recently bought a Brada dishwasher model EP2402WW second hand. I didn't get the manual for it and for some reason the piece that goes on the sink is not a standard size and I can't seem to find one the will fit. I have contacted The Brick which is as far as I know the only company that sells Brada. They have told me that they can't get me a manual so I don't know quite what to do. I am hoping that someone can help me with either how to get a manual or what size the sink attachment needs to be.
Guess what, the same problem, and I have the manual........in French. I contacted the Brick and they sent me to West Coast Appliances (Victoria BC) who have ordered the part for me. This is the only solution I have been able to come up with. I guess BRADA doesn't have a web site with a parts inventory
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I am not familiar with your Brada, but in the US, nearly all dishwashers that are "built-in" have two tabs on the top edge that are supposed to have screws put thorough them to hold the dishwasher to the counter top. Many do not, (poor installation) and many fall forward as your is doing. Be blessed.
If it's under warranty, get someone to look at it. Probably a bad switch or sensor in the unit, could be something simple, and they're not hard to open up, but the soap dispenser mechanism has to be reassembled (it often falls apart upon taking the door apart). Last resort is the appliance serviceman. New house? New dishwasher? Warranty? That's your best option.
We actually had the same problem with our Brada dishwasher. There is a plastic clip inside the door that latches on to the dishwasher to keep the door closed. In our case this clip had flipped inside the door (periodically continues to happen to this day). To resolve we took the door apart - carefully - and flipped the clip back into proper position. You can only do this if the dishwasher is not under warranty as once you take it apart you will likely void the warranty on it.