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How to remove lower drawer on Fisher & Paykel dishwasher

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My extended warranty ran out just three weeks prior to my problem, and they said "too bad," so my son-in-law, being so knowledgeable in repairing their appliances, said he'd take a look at it, but he doesn't know how to remove the lower drawer.  Only the bottom dishwasher drawer is leaking and doesn't leak until the cycle is finished and I pull out  the drawer and then water really runs out all over the floor.  Not much space to observe what is happening, but he is sure the water is coming from the bottom of the drawer, as no water appears on the floor under the dishwasher when he took off the kick plate.  There is a cover on the bottom of the drawer, so unable to observe just what is happening there, so it will have to be removed to go any further with locating the problem.  He feels sure it is just a hose, but before he can make sure, the drawer has to be removed and there is where he needs some instructions.  I called Fisher & Paykel, but they said it wouldn't be possible to instruct over the phone and they weren't willing to give me any information.  Hopefully someone out there can give us some information on this problem..  Thanks.. 

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With the drawer out, look just behind the front panel at the bottom.  You'll see a round shape with a ridge in it.  Turn each ridge verticle and then pull out using a pair of needle nose pliers.  These are pins that hold on the front panle.  Front panel then pulls out and down to remove.  this link will help you with the rest of the disassembly:

http://fixitnow.com/2004/10/appliance-repair-revelation-fisher.htm

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