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How to remove main pushbutton switch from asko d1716 dishwasher

Need to replace main pushbutton switch, how does it come out.

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Hi I read your enquiry of how to remove the pushbutton swith.

You have to open the door, and remove the back panel of the door to release the front protecting cover panel. This is the only way to release the pushbutton. Do not forget to disconect the mains to avoid an electric shock.

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Nevd Fixya.

Posted on Feb 15, 2009

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