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Raising back legs on Ariston LL65SNA

We are trying to install this new dishwasher. In the instruction book it says, "Adjusting the rear feet: using a nut driver 7mm, turn the red plugs found on the lower part of the dishwasher until they are at the required height as shown in the picture below"

1st, there are not red plugs or a place to use a nut driver, and we havent found the right tool to turn the black plastic foot. We have taken part of the metal backing off to see that the foot goes up in there about 6 inches and has two gears, but dont see how to get it to turn.

It doesn't seem like this should be this hard and we are not that familiar with a dishwasher that is all closed up and the water line and conduit run on the floor underneath the enclosed dishwasher cabinet.
our old one was all open underneath.
any help would be appreciated.
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The red nut driver plugs are located on the front of the dishwasher under the toe kick. The reason for this is that you need to slide the dishwasher in place before you raise the legs, otherwise you will probably bend or break the adjusting legs. You can raise the legs a little if you need to clear the water and power lines, but be careful when sliding the unit in. If you use a socket wrench with a long extension on the driver it will be much easier.

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