Front panel fell out of Inglis dishwasher Model IEU35000
Front panel fell off door. Appears to be two panels, is that usual or it may have been replaced before and they put the old panel back on also. Just wondering -- it looks like it was held on across the bottom by two-sided adhesive. I got two-sided tape, but I think I'll just put one of the panels back on -- or are there really supposed to be two?
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Re: front panel fell out of Inglis dishwasher Model...
I am not sure about the panels, but often the panels are different colors for reasons of decor, I don't know the case here. If you want the panel to stay on I would suggest you use a product called GORILLA GLUE, follow the instructions on the bottle carefully, but if used correctly the panel will NEVER come off again, I'll guarantee it.
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This model comes with two types of doors. One with a single panel with integrated control on top or a two part door with control unit in front. The handle varies.
If you have a single door panel with handle bar across from right to left then you need to carefully unscrew the back panel screws and free up the front panel. the handle is screwed to the front panel from inside. Once you tighten carefully put the back door panel in and tighten. Take photos along the way to make sure you get back where you started. Also unplug dishwasher before working on it.
If you have a two part door with front control then handle and access to it is different. See diagram on this website for blow up of the panel and location of handle (part 713).
there are 2 ways the pull bar can attach, 1 : 2 small screws under the handle of the pull bar that are relatively easy to re-install ( if the holes are stripped, you will have to get a slightly larger screw ) 2 : same concept but the screws are behind the inside panel of your dishwasher. you must remove the inside front panel ( usually @ 10 to 12 small screws then replace the pullbar screws before replacing the panel. If yours is # 2, i suggest you use some loctite type material on the pull bar screws to help prevent / prolong the screws from working loose again
The front door panel usually removes with 2 screws located on the inside of the door frame. However, if you are just looking to give your dishwasher a new look, you may be able to avoid the hassle of removing the front door by going to www.applianceart.com
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Schematic SHOULD be located either on the back of the dishwasher itself, like a decal........ or under the front door panel (the sheet metal panel which covers the front of the door), remove he front cover and take a look there, manufacturer usually applies schematic via a decal on each unit to assist field service technicians. PLEASE NOTE>>>>> DISCONNECT / SHUT OFF POWER TO UNIT PRIOR TO SERVICING!!!!! (Turn OFF Circuit Breaker) Hope this Helps You find it! GOOD LUCK!
There is a ventilator mechanism on the top right corner, behind the control panel / front cover. ******TURN THE POWER OFF AT THE BREAKER BEFORE STARTING, BE SURE POWER IS OFF ****** Open the door; remove all of the screws that hold just the front panel (not the controls panel). These screws are located on the inside of the door, around the outer edges. The front door panel will be able to be removed. Close the door with the front panel removed. ***IMPORTANT be sure nobody will come in contact with the exposed wiring (especially little kids) ********* Turn back on the breaker, turn on the washer, and run a quick rinse cycle. See where the water is coming from. On my washer (same model) i had to replace the entire vent kit (sears parts ~$40.00) Call them with your model and serial number, or search online. Removal and replacement was very easy, and it did fix my leaking problem. Checked with the front door panel off and a quick rinse before I TURNED POWER BACK OFF and put the front cover back on. Root cause?? From what I can tell, the solenoid stopper hardens over time, which allows for water from the spray arms to leak past. Get it fixed now before you smoke the motor or control card. My part number was ABT35083501 be sure to double check model before purchasing.
From what I could gather, it appears that there may be a door panel kit available for your dishwasher. The kit appears to have the panel kit and the curved handle included. Some links for visual reference:
model numbers for dishwashers are generally where you can get to from the front, if they are noit on the front panel then look inside the door rim where the rubber seal is, either a small sticker on the door rim itself (inside) or where the door fits on the main cabinet, open the door fully to look for this sticker, sometimes placed under the front of the lid