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DOOR TENSION The door is too "savage" the tension need adjusting but how there are no obvious screw's available or do we have to remove the dishwasher from its fixed position to get at screws on the side that is if they are there?

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  • johnms Feb 20, 2008

    The apparently unsolvable is solved and so easily Thank you for your answer it has made life a lot easier for us BRILLIA NT

  • chrisroast May 29, 2008

    I've loosed the tension adjustment as far as it will go and it still shuts too fast and will not stay open by itself.

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Open the dishwasher and look at the top of the chassis, where the door catch is. You'll see 2 screws with hexagonal heads, one on either side of the catch. Turning these screws will apply or reduce tension on a wire liked to a spring on either side of the door. Tension must be equal on both sides.

Posted on Feb 18, 2008

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