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Wdt910saym appears to have bent door hinges. We just took delivery of our new dishwasher today and it appears the door brackets are bent. When we try to open the door the door hinge is scraping/gouging into the metal bracket. The bracket and hinge are the same on both sides. What's the scoop?

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I've searched around for DIY instructions, but those are exceedingly difficult to locate. It seems that Whirlpool wants you to buy their Door Reversal Kit for 11.99 in order to accomplish this.

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There is a hole in the hinge, for placing a pin, to hold fully open. Two man job. One forces the hinge into the fully open position; the second inserts the pin (nail) into the hole.

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