Question about Fisher and Paykel 24 in. DD603H W Built-in Dishwasher
I wish to remove the entire unit from the cove to repair the water damage to the floor tiles. Both drawers can not be disconnected from the body of the unit, due to the hoses and elec cables.
What is the best way to remove the unit?
I removed all internal pieces from the drawers to make them as light as possible. Then removed the securing screws, 2 each side at lower drawers. (These secure the unit in position in its cove. Slide out bottom drawer and loosen height adjust screws each corner to lower unit and then slide out. I taped the drawers closed so they wouldn't open as I moved it. I lifted the front and put a heavy rag under the front legs which helped me draw it out. It helps if you have a second pair of hands. As you edge it out, ensure power and water supply hoses are clear of any obstructions. it's not that heavy just unwieldy. Chers, Craig from OZ.
Posted on Apr 27, 2008
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