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Electrolux 602 dishwasher: There is a long rod under the machine with a large threaded screw at the back end. It is undone. What does it do? Where does it go?

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I believe this is the rear foot adjuster - it lets you level the machine.

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Please clarify if the dishwasher is tilting forward when both the trays are out.

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