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In order to remove the glass you will need to lift the top of the grinder off. To do that is a rather complicated procedure however and I would recomend that you have a repair service come to remove the glass. Attempting to do it yourself could damage the inside of the grinder and possibly make your dishwasher not work at all.
Another thing that has worked acceptably well for me in this case is 'gluing' the plastic window back into place with a generous layer of GE Silicone II Kitchen and Bath sealant.
it works on both metal and plastic.
make sure the surfaces are all completely dry and apply a layer around the rectangle area where the plastic would normally meet the stainless steel (remove any plastic bits from the holes so that the sealant can squeeze in a little), place the plastic window back into position and put some weight over the entire surface of the window....not too much, but enough so that it'll squeeze the sealant out to the edges and seal entirely around.
let 'cure' 24 hours
mine has held together over a month now and doesn't appear to be coming apart (although i think i could've used a bit more sealant)
Sorry if you've already tried this (and it doesn't really answer your question)... Have you tried taking a damp paper towel to the bottom of your dishwasher - that trick picks up the really tiny glass particules - or a wet/dry vac?
Call Marcone Supplies, Tampa Florida. (they are Danbys Supplier for parts.) DO NOT WASTE YOUR TYIME CALLING DANBY. They are not helpful. Danby 18" Dishwasher. Model # DDW 180 2W Parts 800-482-6022. Marcone:Very helpful. My door is open; thank goodness; it just will not stay closed. Latch broken on door. I have to order the "whole handle assembly" (all one piece which includes the door handle latch too.) $4.16 shipping from PA. I am in Calif. Total $12.53. 2 screws. Easy. I can do it, I know I can. (Signed, a woman in LA!)