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Turn both leveler legs to the same height. Put wheels in the
required position determined from “Dishwasher Height
Adjustment Chart”. (To change wheel position, use a flat-blade
screwdriver to pop out the wheel, then snap into the new
Adjust wheels and legs
Built-up floors (Kitchen floor height is higher than cabinet
opening.) Example: Kitchen floor tile does not extend into
cabinet opening. Add shims as needed in the area shown to
bring the dishwasher up to 34” (86.4 cm) below the countertop.
NOTE: Shims must be securely attached to floor to avoid
movement when the dishwasher is in use.
Built-up Floors — Add
shims as needed
Move Dishwasher into Cabinet
Using two or more people, stand dishwasher upright.
NOTE: Do not install kickplate until instructed.
Stand dishwasher upright
IMPORTANT: Double check correct placement of utilities. Grasp
the sides of the dishwasher at the edges of the door panel. Tilt
dishwasher backward on wheels and move dishwasher close to
NOTE: Do not push on the front of the panel or on the console–
they may dent.
Helpful Tip: Temporarily tape utilities to the floor in the
locations shown to keep them from moving when dishwasher is
moved into the cabinet opening.
Move dishwasher close to
Check that water line is on the left side of opening and drain
hose is near the center of the cabinet opening.
Check water and drain