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Due to fit a Wren Milano kitchen with the handleless system with copper inset

How does it work with the dishwasher door?

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Should just be the same as fitting any door to the dishwasher should it not?

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The wren handle less system is inset into the cabinet and is not part of the door. The door is slightly lower and shuts over the top of the copper inset


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CHIPPYAL wrote:
The wren handle less system is inset into the cabinet and is not part of the door. The door is slightly lower and shuts over the top of the copper inset

Ah I see. In this case I’m assuming an integrated dishwasher that’s compatible with this system will be required. I’d check this out prior to fitting as some brands are an absolute nightmare regarding fitting and adjustment(Beko are the very worst)
It’s worth going on a kitchen fitters forum for specific advice on this.
Btw I’ve fitted a few wren kitchens this year and if they are pre built with doors on they are lovely to fit,you get those nice space plugs supplied which makes the base units quick and easy to fit.
The wren flat pack kitchens are awful..

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