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I need to unblock the drain pipe but i need to get the main body of the machine to come out further, how do i do this

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I am assuming you want to find out how to take the drawer out from the cabinet.

You will need a nose plier and follow the instructions on page 7 of the installation manual at

http://www.fisherpaykel.com/admin/pdfs/pdf_installations/526607O_DD_Install_USw.pdf

Make sure not to drop the drawer or stretch the hoses to cause breakage.

Hope this will help.

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