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DD60DCW6 dishwasher i cant get out of area its in i hav draws out but rest wont budge

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Dishwashers are usually bolted to the underside of the counter it is under. Open the front of the dishwasher and look up under the counter for two screws ... unscrew those and the dishwasher should slide right out. Once it is out a little ways you will need to siconect the water line from the unit. Be sure and turn the water off before unhooking it or you will flood the room. Usually the hose goes under the sink area and the water can be turned off there.
You will also need to turn off the power at the house breaker box so that you can disconnect the electric wire from the unit. If you are not familiar with household electric, you should call a professional for this.

Once the electric is disconected the unit should come the rest of the way out.

Posted on Nov 26, 2013


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SOURCE: touch sensitive buttons on my

Possible that the touch panel is faulty or that the prograam controller unit is faulty. remove power check if there is moisture , if so dry the panel and check.
If not there are errors on the panel which might need further probe to remove and check , if not try to get a board to confirm after which the cost of a new board must be estimated.

Posted on Aug 22, 2011

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