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Rotating Arms (and hardware) attached from the heater to the mounting bracket

Two arms, attached to the heating unit that are adjustable (rotating) that slide into the mounting bracket (attached to a wall/ceiling).

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Also, buy a box of name brand detergent powder and use it rather that an ultra-cheap box. It really does make a difference with dishwasher detergent.

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