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Dishwasher i need to change the waste pipe on my dishwasher as the old one is too short. the old pipe goes up into the back of the machine, how do i get into the back of the machine and change the pipe?

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You ..dont need to get into the back.With the bottom front panel off,disconnect the waste pipe frm the pump on the right and pull it through from its other end.

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