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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
open the front door. On each side of the inside of the door are various long screws, unscrew these and the old door will fall off. discard the old door and follow the same steps in reverse to put the new door on. It took me 10 mins to do. Hope this helps
Posted on May 22, 2007
Just fitted on of these & found the door very easy to fit.
The instruction sheet is actually a template as well. Attach it to the back of the door & where indicated drill 2mmø holes to a depth of 14mm. Firstly then screw in the 2no. screws that go into the door slots, the actual screws are easy to spot as the screw thread finishes approx 5mm from the head.
Once that is done you need to offer the door to the front of the dishwasher & slot it into place. Once done you have to fix the door in place with the 6no. longer screws. To do this you must remove 4no of the screws which are holding the front of the dishwasher together, the other 2 screws go through empty positions at the bottom of the dishwasher door.
To help with this process I would recommend you use a soft jawed clamp to hold the door in place whilst you screw it in place.
There are also 2no. angle brackets that fit into 2 slots on the top of the dishwasher which are then used to hold the dishwasher in place under the work top.
Hope this helps.
p.s. one last thing, the thin strip of steel that comes with the kit fits onto the underside of the worktop in the position shown, I believe this is a steam deflector to protect the underside of the worktop
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
This is typical of a water leak onto electrical connection OR the electrical element has shorted internaly . Check this with a Ohm meter and itshould show the problem
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
This is typical of the anti-flood circuit that opperates once it detects water on the base of the machiene and is a polystireen float that activates a micro switch. This puts the machiene in pump out mode only. You need to determine if the water at the base of machiene is caused by a small leak or is it a customer spillage. Clearing the water (tip to side) or dry with paper towel and inspect for leaks. Rectify the leak and this should solve the problem.
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
This seems like the anti flood system (polystireen float / micro switch) at the base of the washer is triggered,\. This puts the washer in pump out mode and stops inlet of water via the inlet solinoid. Dry the water on the base and then check for any water leaks. (pipe leak
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
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