Level of DifficultyA Bit Difficult
Time to do repair30 - 60 mins
Age of Appliance5 - 10 years
John From East Hampton, NY
Dec 29, 2007
2 out of 4 people found this instruction helpful
First I removed the 7 set screws to separate the front from the inside front panel. I then removed all the screws from the top of the panel that I was replacing. Making sure keeping which wires went where and what plastics covered what parts. I needed help holding the inside front panel up while working on the changing part. I used a piece of heavy string and tied the top panel to the cabinet above. I put a heavy weight on the front panel to keep it down - it kept springing up. After changing all the screws I put on the new panel and repeated the screwing backwards. With the panel came the 2 clips and a styrofoam rectangle that fit in the space between the panels. I didn't think the handle was in place right until I put it all together and realized when I closed the door it clicked into place. The panel was blinking, I pushed "OFF" and then did a rinse cycle. It worked. The rack rollers were the wrong size but after calling parts select they were able to send the right ones and it is like new. Saved a service call.