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The door on my dishwasher doesn't click shut properly. can you help

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I will try and find out the reasons but will need the actual model no. of the dishwasher.

Some of the reasons could be
- door seal / gasket is not sitting properly
- door latch is not aligning properly
- the door springs are not having correct tension etc..
- the dishwasher is not levelled correctly under the counter.

I will need to understand how your model is built before being certain.

Posted on Oct 08, 2010

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