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PostPosted: Wed Feb 07, 2018 8:44 am 
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Morning!
I'm on a very long quest to buy some replacement fixings for my Bush dishwasher, to attach the cupboard door to the dishwasher door.

Does anyone know where I can get them - pics attached. They are plastic, so would prefer stronger metal ones, but nowhere seems to have them in stock.

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Those fixings should be sufficient. The door should then be screwed to the metal door from the inside to secure using the 4 holes lower down.

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Cheers. I should have mentioned both has snapped off - i put it back together for the photo. So looking for replacements, but nowhere seems to sell them - just a full fixings kit.


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It shouldn't be difficult to replicate that by using the original screw, a washer for the flat & a small nut as the spacer.

Years ago, cistern valves used to come with alternative (high or low pressure) plastic cones, everytime you fitted one the other bit was left over. There's a load of 'em in my shed somewhere.


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arco_iris wrote:
It shouldn't be difficult to replicate that by using the original screw, a washer for the flat & a small nut as the spacer.

Years ago, cistern valves used to come with alternative (high or low pressure) plastic cones, everytime you fitted one the other bit was left over. There's a load of 'em in my shed somewhere.



Such a simple idea, but one I hadn't thought of! Thanks!


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