Question about Dishwashers
I am having a problem installing this dishwasher, can not seem to get it leveled and the top drawer is very hard to pull open and push closed
If this is a brand new dishwasher then you may need to get a qualified technician to install it to make sure you do not compromise the warranty.
If a second hand then it is likely the drawer seal is damaged. This could be rubbing on the dishwasher housing and not allowing to be shut properly.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
To find out what might be blocking it, you can remove the drawer. There are two tabs one on each side of the drawer near the bottom front. Push those in and pull the drawer out. You can lift the drawer up and push the slides in to get them out of the way. Then you should be able to see into the cabinet and what if anything is stuck behind the drawer
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
i think you have to press the key/ lock button until the symbol disappears. You will find the exact button for your model in your owners manual.
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
Make sure the unit is level. Remove drawer. On the inside of the cabnet there are the drawer runners on iether side. Behind these there are a pair catches. If one or both of these are latched back when they shouldn't be, ie. when the drawer is open, they will obstruct the drawer from closing fully and fail to hold it closed.
Hope this helps
Posted on Dec 21, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks, that was exactly what was wrong, the one on the right was back and not catching the drawer, I flicked it forward and replaced the drawer, ta!!"
You need a Air gap kit designed by Fisher and Paykel to address this problem. It is pricey but it is worthy. I used this and very happy with it since no back flow problem from one while other running. Here is a link to order it.http://www.fisherpaykelparts.net/product/WT50/WT50-Dual-Air-Gap-Kit/
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
Hey I dont know if you have this problem, but with mine the gasket seemed to be blocking the opening, so you could close it, but you had to shove a lot. The FP help line said to just unplug and replug in the unit. I did it and lo and behold it worked fine again. It did seem to leak a little bit the first time I reran it, but that seems to have gone away. Hope this helps
Posted on Dec 31, 2009
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