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I am looking for a like for like replacement for my 20 year old integrated dishwasher.
However, my setup might not be normal as I don't have a full height door attached to my current fully integrated unit.
The pictures attached might better show the current setup.
My other unites have a door height of 76cm.
My current integrated dishwasher has a fixed door hinge, the door height is 68cm, there is also a fixed panel underneath (8cm) add to meet the bottom of the other units.
I also then have a kickboard (8cm)

Will I be able to get any new integrated dishwasher to fit?
I was thinking of getting MIELE G 5072 SCVi
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Mara wrote:
I am looking for a like for like replacement for my 20 year old integrated dishwasher.
However, my setup might not be normal as I don't have a full height door
attached to my current fully integrated unit.
The pictures attached might better show the current setup.
My other unites have a door height of 76cm.
My current integrated dishwasher has a fixed door hinge, the door height
is 68cm, there is also a fixed panel underneath (8cm) add to meet the
bottom of the other units.


Miele had some strange ideas of integrated dishwashers.

How far is the door off the ground? It looks a lot like a regular
integrated dishwasher but with that 8cm bit fixed where the plinth would go.
Perhaps a regular integrated unit would fit, where you'd make up a wooden
'plinth' including that 8cm bit of fascia with your actual kickboard piece
underneath.

Or, depending on clearances, you could fix the door and fascia piece
together to make a taller door.

Will I be able to get any new integrated dishwasher to fit?
I was thinking of getting MIELE G 5072 SCVi


I would look for drawings to see how they align with your setup, and be
prepared to do some basic carpentry to reuse the door pieces you have.

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Or, depending on clearances, you could fix the door and fascia piece
together to make a taller door.

Will I be able to get any new integrated dishwasher to fit?
I was thinking of getting MIELE G 5072 SCVi


I would look for drawings to see how they align with your setup, and be
prepared to do some basic carpentry to reuse the door pieces you have.

Theo

Depending on the depth you have, all my kitchen appliances are free
standing behind doors that match my units.
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Make life easy and get a free standing model. Wider choice - lower price -
less hassle


Evidently you're not married?

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Evidently you're not married?


Yes - it takes time to get my level of influence. She has seen me drag them
out for repairs and appreciates the added difficulties with integrated. We
take the energy labels off and the Warranty info. I have seen some left out
for the scrap man with such labels still fixed!!

Personally - I would like s basement and the washer and boiler could go
down there. Whoever thought anyone would want a boiler taking up kitchen
space?
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