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How do i remove the kick plate on a nemo dishwasher

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There will likely be two screws either on the top of the panel, or on its bottom. Remove these two screws, and then remove the kickplate.

Posted on Mar 24, 2011

  • joe schuffelen Jan 08, 2013

    Have taken kickplate off, can see washmotor, checked rotor, can turn it via top

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