I've had my 936-760 since late 1999 and a after a remodel I now want a door panel that matches the rest of the cabinets. The installation manuel is long gone. Gaggenau sent us some screws and attachment pieces for $40 (!!!) but no template or instructions. Can you help?
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Sounds like one of the doors springs is broken or has come detached from the dishwasher housing frame. If you have a plain dishwasher door, ie one that does not have a wood panel matching your cabinets, and the spring(s) are broken, new springs cost about $20. If you have wood panel on the dishwasher door, then you may need heavy duty replacement spring at about $22.
Measure the available cabinet space, height, width and depth. Shop out a unit that will fit or is close. The cabinet will probably need to be cut out and sometimes a drawer or doors may need to be eliminated. Check the amperage on the existing circuit at the electric panel to make sure it is sufficient to carry the new dbl oven. Every oven that I have installed coomes with a set of complete installation instructions
If it were me I would use a small hole saw and run my braided stainless lines below the kick plate if code allows or at the back of the adjoining cabinet at a height which would not conflict with contents. You can buy an ABS dishwasher drain kit at Lowes or HD
My Neff integrated dishwasher has two holding screws in the top corners and then two hidden screms half way down the side behind plastic covers. Loosen these side screws, remove the top two corner screws and then the door cover/panel should lift out of two lugs at the bottom.
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.