Question about Asko D1706 Built-in Dishwasher
Hello, Welcome to FixYa. Based on the info you provided it's likely a pretty easy fix. The machine is leaning forward slightly and it shouldn't be. Remove the top screws fastening the machine to the counter...if applicable, some are on the side if granite counters or similar exist etc. Then take off the lower kickplate/access panel and screw the front leveling legs down ( which will cause the tilting of the machine back slightly ) and screw the back legs up, hence the rack should no longer slide out on it's own. There are also locking nuts for the legs so make sure you loosen amd re-tighten them in the process. Let me know how you make out. The most difficult part will likely be the removal and replacement of the toe panel/kickplate. Good luck, Macmarkus :)
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
Testimonial: "I tried to relevel in the past, butdi not know about the upper screws at the granite, so will start over, thank you."
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