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Cannot open the dishwasher door !

I just bought an ASKO 3132 dishwasher. It has just been delivered, no manual or instructions outside the machine. It remains unfitted. I cannot get the door open prior to fitting. I have tried this with power on/off and the 'under handle' child lock on/off. I have looked up the online manual to no avail. Any suggestions?

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  • Anonymous Jul 05, 2008

    yes hoave u figured how to opn it yet?

  • motocross123 Nov 02, 2008

    Dacor 30" just delivered...door latch will not instructions on the oustide how to release latch...also plugged in and tried to manipulate bottoms to no avail...instruction manual is INSIDE dishwasher! So I read the complete manual help was provided...

  • Anonymous Dec 01, 2008

    I cannot get my door open! andYES I pulled onthe latch.



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I had the same problem and found that the door henge was loose on the right side. By lifting on the door and then pulling out after lifting the door opened.

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Is there a catch that you can squeeze? on the front of the door?

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