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Check on the sides of the slides, there should be a small lever on either sides of each drawer. The one lever must be pushed down while the other one on the other side should be pushed the up and at the same time pulling the drawer out towards you. The drawer will be released.
I had the same problem. Wren answer it in one of their installation guides, and I quote "To install the cabinet you will need to take out each drawer box by pulling drawer all the way out and lifting upwards towards you in a swift movement."
This does work . .
Hi mate - usually F1 codes on the dish drawers are leak related - its possible you had a leak and some components burnt as a result..
Control boards are located inside the door panels, the rotor in the mid of the washer are removed from the inside, I forgotten how to remove the cabinet drawer, only ever done 1 some 10yrs back - under the drawers are your heater elements and the motor stator (windings).
Its possible the motor have piked due to leaks - really have to dismantle it first before you can decide which way to go.
Sorry cannot offer more for now, copyright laws prevent me from showing you a cross section of the unit.
Hello babies5 what it means by panel ready is a cabinet door style front to match the cabinets. I have installed many of these panels, however they where always supplied by the cabinet shop who built the cabinets. As to handle, that also always matched the cabinet pulls on the rest of the kitchen. The idea of this unit is to hide the dishwasher. In my kitchen, simple doors, so I would use 3/4 inch plywood and paint it white with the same pulls as my current doors and drawers have.