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The bottom panel (on the outside of the dishwasher) will not stay in position - it keeps falling down. There does not appear to be any brackets or hooks to hold it in place. Thank you

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If you are talking about the stainless steel panel they are usually glued on. there is some history of the glue letting loose on stainless appliances

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