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Leveling a Bosch dishwasher
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Post# 1135923   12/11/2021 at 16:48 by jamiel (Detroit, Michigan)        

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We've had a Bosch dishwasher (replaced a WP PowerClean which we liked very much) for the last 7-8 years. Assentia (the cheaper line with the plastic/SS tub). Been perfectly happy with it. Evaporative drying works perfectly fine; use Sanitize and rinse agent. Noticed the d/w was shifting/rocking a little bit pulling it open--found that the screws into the Formica were loose, so tightened them up. Wondered about whether it was necessary to re-level the unit, and if so, on what do you level it. Bottom of d/w; wash arm; rack????

Finally, what is the full-fill water level?

Post# 1136034 , Reply# 1   12/12/2021 at 19:09 by Jben (AL)        

Both of the front legs are adjustable. Be a bit careful with them as they are made of plastic and can crack if you are banging something on them to force them to turn. It's best to take most of the load off of them first.

Adjustment for the rear is via a screw that you should find in the center of the bottom front area.

Post# 1136037 , Reply# 2   12/12/2021 at 19:40 by nmassman44 (Brooksville Florida)        

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Actually the Ascenta line, at least the dishwasher I had here that came with my house, did not use the center screw to level the rear legs. Instead it had the traditional back legs that one had to reach under the dishwasher to adjust individually. There is no base in this dishwasher since , well, its a cheap version of a regular Bosch dishwasher. I was surprised at how cheaply made it was.

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