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Need to know if a brace is required behind toekick and if it mounts to bottom lower rail?

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  • rgrannis Mar 29, 2009

    PDW9900N20 dishwasher is not cleaning dishes. Water does not heat up and dishes do not clean. No manual with the dishwasher.

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There is an outer panel (toe kick) part number WD27X10207 for a white PDW9900N20 and a toe kick assembly inner part, part number WD27X10217. (this may be the " brace " you are referring to.) It is really more of a sound insulation part than a brace, and is held on by the screws through the front toe kick, one on each side. The dishwasher will work just fine without the inner part if you are missing it or it was discarded.

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