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Bosch Int P dishwasher

New dishweasher supplied with MFI kitchen. Unable to open the door to access the instructions etc.... No MFI instructions on how to deal with a newly delivered appliance.

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DEAR FRIEND,
ngfam1 here for you!
I am happy to be of assistance!
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Here is a good service that I recommend to my customers,
in our 65 year old appliance business! they answer 24/7
Not expensive!
A&E Factory Service
1-800-905-9505 -(IN U.S.A.)
They are open to make appointments 7days/24hours
A&E is factory authorized service for most brands!
Including warranty work!!!
They will help you, and all will be well!

Good luck!
You will be fine now!

Thank You
Bless you,ngfam1
PS. PLEASE GIVE ME A GOOD RATING HERE ON FIXYA.COM BEFORE YOU SIGN OFF!

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