Question about Asko D1776 Stainless Steel Built-in Dishwasher
The upper rack rolls part way out every time the door is opened which makes it hard to load the lower rack. If I push it back in, it just rolls out again. How can this be fixed?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Top Rack always slides out fully
Well, you are right on about the level. It is tilted just slightly forward. The only parts to go bad are the plastic ball bearing guides, and usually when they go, you get a rack that wont come out and gets jammed. You 've got the problem, you just need to remove the screws hidden in the holes that are sometimes coverd with rubber plugs so that the dishwasher may move freely, andjust it till it no longer rolls out, then screw it back to the counter to hold it in place. There are no springs in that rack, so either its still tilted forward, or the tank is bowed or bent somehow, and that would mean new dishwasher. Hope this helps!
Posted on Jul 18, 2007
An authorized servicer could order them for you but I just priced them and they would cost over $300. You can find a servicer at asko's website.
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
Check the level and tightness of the slide rails--they may have come loose after the years of use. Make sure the dishwasher case itself is level. Hope this helps!
Posted on Jun 29, 2010
Testimonial: "Thank-you. The unit is perfectly level. The rails are spot welded and all bearing seems to be OK. Nothing to tighten, will investigate further now that I see the system is not complex at all. Thanks for replying so quickly. k"
Hello, Welcome to fixya. Based on the info you provided it's likely a pretty easy fix. The machine is leaning forward slightly and it shouldn't be. Remove the top screws fastening the machine to the counter...if applicable, some are on the side if granite counters or similar exist etc. Then take off the lower kickplate/access panel and screw the front leveling legs down ( which will cause the tilting of the machine back slightly ) and screw the back legs up, hence the rack should no longer slide out on it's own. As shown above, these are locking nuts for the legs so make sure you loosen and re-tighten them in the process. Let me know how you make out. The most difficult part will likely be the removal and replacement of the toe panel/kickplate. It is possible the upper rack glides/ball holders have worn, this is usually identified by the customer finding gray pieces of plastic on the bottom of the tub, like this image shows below. i.e. If this is indeed something you've noticed, follow this link to replace them. http://www.fixya.com/support/t6589773-replace_rail_replacements_in Thanks for choosing fixya and Good luck, Regards, Macmarkus :)
Posted on Nov 26, 2010
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