How to replace a dishwasher door
Integrated dishwasher doors are basically the same as any other kitchen doors.
The only real difference is that rather than being attached by hinges, they are attached using screws and clips to the front of the dishwasher itself. Please refer to your appliance handbook if you have one.
The screws and clips used for attaching the door to the dishwasher are supplied with the dishwasher itself - we don't supply these, as they tend to vary from one machine manufacturer to another - therefore you should retain and reuse the fixings from our existing appliance door to use on your replacement door.
Dishwasher doors can vary sometimes, but on this Neff dishwasher there are two screws on the side of the dishwasher.
Sometimes the screws are covered with a protective plastic cap, which needs to be removed first.
Next, we removed the screws which pass through the back of the appliance door into the kitchen door on the front of the dishwasher.
Its important to remember that we're not actually going to remove the actual dishwasher door, just the kitchen door which is fitted to the front of it.
With the screws removed from the side and rear of the dishwasher door, the kitchen door can be simply lifted off.
It's important to remember to save any fixing clips from the back of the existing door, to use on the replacement door.
Fitting the replacement door is the same process, but in reverse, however before fitting the new door, you must fit the handle, as you won't be able to access the rear of the kitchen door once it has been fitted to the dishwasher.