How do you remove a dishwasher?
Shut the electrical breaker off and lock it out. Undo the drain hose under your sink. Shut off the water supply under the sink to your dishwasher.Take the bottom front panel off the dishwasher. Undo the water supply attachment to your dishwasher. Open the door to your dishwasher and take out the screws attaching the dishwasher to the counter. Undo the electrical connection to the dishwasher. Slide the dishwasher out. You may have to adjust the legs to get the dishwasher out. If you have a new dishwasher to install, read the directions for installing it, do the reverse to take the old one out.
If you put a plastic spoon in the dishwasher and it melted how do you get the smell of the burnt plastic out of the dishwasher?
You can probably remove the dye with dishwasher detergent. I used dishwasher detergent to remove jet black permanent hair dye from a white formica counter top. It removed the dye 100%. You couldn't even see a trace of the dye. If dishwasher detergent can remove black permanent hair dye, it can remove just about any dye. You want the dishwasher detergent that says it DOES contain bleach. Pour the detergent on the marks. Let that…
Put in "No More Yellow" (not yellow out) into the dishwasher and run it through a cycle. (empty, of course). Then run the dishwasher at least once more to clean out any existing residue. No More yellow is toxic, but as long as you put the dishwasher through a full cycle once again, it will be fine. It is also the best I have found for getting rust out of clothes.
Is there something that would cause the dishwasher not to drain following replacing the garbage disposal?
Yes you can. Just don't put dishes in it at the same time! just pour a puddle of clr and water mixture (mix as per instructions on bottle) onto the bottom of the dishwasher. -Don't use to much or the dishwasher will have bubbles on your floor.- Make sure to scrub problem areas e.g. calcium and rust. then run dishwasher EMPTY on it's "light wash" or "quick rinse" option and turn off the heat dry…