Help removing dishwasher please!
the lower framework of a dishwasher is usually not made of much. You may be
able to get a hacksaw in there and cut an inch or so off the bottom.
'Course that leaves the motor, and they're usually pretty close to the floor
also... Just a thought.
"Ingram Developers" wrote in message
So, somehow we had a rubber spatula fall on to the heating element in
our dishwasher, where it proceeded to melt everywhere. We wanted a
new dishwasher anyways, so this was a small blessing in disguise. Now
We had hardwood floors put in the kitchen, and the bottom of the
dishwasher is now "walled" behind the new floor so that it won't slide
out anymore. We have new granite countertops above it, so removing
the counter won't work.
I think that with enough pulling and tugging, we may be able to
squeeze the washer out, but I'm afraid it will damage the floor while
I'm doing it.
Is it possible to completely disassemble a dishwasher so that it will
come out in pieces? Anyone run into this before?