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We took the dishwasher out because it wasn't working. Mechanical fault is fixed but the machine won't go quite back to the screw holes to fix it back in the casing and we can't see anything blocking the way or why this is happening. Any advice?

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Thats the life of a mechanic you just have to possibly start over ,paying attention to the alignment and you will find it about half way through it that is usually how it works. Then we can call you an expert thats the learning curve on all things.

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