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Post# 707776   10/7/2013 at 16:36 (3,840 days old) by xpanam (Palm Springs California )        

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Post# 707846 , Reply# 1   10/7/2013 at 22:06 (3,840 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        

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I saw this a few plus days ago, before your posting and wondered the same...doesn't it look like they removed the top and slid it in there, with wheels still clearing the standard(?) counter height.

Post# 707854 , Reply# 2   10/7/2013 at 22:56 (3,840 days old) by rp2813 (Sannazay)        
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I'm betting it's still portable.  My dad did the same thing when he rebuilt some of the kitchen cabinetry.  At that time we had the uber BOL Wardgidaire portable top loader from around 1970.  Ever since, actual built-in dishwashers have had to be put on skids to eliminate a gap under the counter top, until the installation of a Miele tall tub this past August which filled the space without the need for skids.



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