Question about Hotpoint Dishwashers
If you have a load vibration on a dishwasher, one or two things are wrong and maybe both. Bottom line: your machine is not anchored properly, or your feet for the machine are not even. To anchor your machine to the space it is in, you will need to look for the metal 'tabs' that are right under the counter top, these usually have 1 hole in the 'tab' to put a screw in to secure it to the top. If you have a stone or granite top with no wood to secure the screw to, you will need to use some kind of adhesive, like contractor grade double sided tape, or some kind of construction adhesive that you can anchor the 'tab' to the countertop with. If you use a fairly permanent adhesive, it will be hard to remove if you ever decide to do so. The feet adjustment part is easy: all four feet must be turned to adjust the height of the dishwasher so that it fits snug under the countertop. this combined with anchoring the machine will stop the vibrating.
Posted on Jul 05, 2008
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