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If you have SCVi you have a steel panel. You'll find 4 Holes, 2 on each side covered by plastic caps. They have "TORX 15" screws inside. The screws control locking cams that are tightly pinching 4 hooks from the fascia panel. It's very similar to hanging up a coat hanger. Turn each screw 5-7 times counter-clockwise (lefty loosy). The locking cam will traverse outward releasing the pinch. The fascia panel will now lift out. The cam is now loose. While servicing care must be taken to avoid moving the cams inside the door. Re-assemble in reverse order. Make sure the panel drops into place before locking the screws. The panel will first go towards the rear of the dishwasher then drop down about 1/4". If the panel does not drop, one or more of the cams is in the way. Remove the panel and reset the cam by looking into each slot with a flashlight and pushing the cams towards the outer edge of the door based on which side it's on. Lock the cam screws clockwise once the panel is hanging squarely on the door and re-seat the plastic covers.
Open the dishwasher door and undo the two screws that secure the face to the counter-top. Open the kickplate and slide the diswasher out of it's hole. You should be able to easily access the back legs now. It may be easier to disconnect the drain and supply hoses (turn off the angle stop first) and flip the dishwasher upside down using a carpenter's level to make sure all your feet line up. Flip it over, reconnect, and reinstall.
First switch off the power.
Get the cabinet door off, start by removing the side screws that hold the door (please have someone to help you, holding the door, because this doors are heavy.)
After you removed the door, remove the screws holding the fascia (about 2 on each side + 2 holding the door lock).
Remove the fascia and you wil get acess to the door lock, disconnect the wiring from the micro switch, connect the new par and reverse the process.