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Thread: Anyone heard of a Renlig dishwasher from IKEA?

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    Default Anyone heard of a Renlig dishwasher from IKEA?

    My dishwasher is broken, and the part I need isn't available for purchase.
    So now I need to purchase a new one, but the height is limited to 33.5" as my counter is low.
    Anyone heard of a Renlig Dishwasher from IKEA. The model number is 902.922.64

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    You probably have enough room for a standard size dishwasher. Counter height is pretty much standard. What happens is every time a new kitchen floor is added it's usually on top of the old floor and the counter height changes. However installers rarely go under the dishwasher. Remove the lower toe panel and see if that's what happened. If so you can work a new dishwasher into the space. Over the years I've seen 2 and even 3 new floors added to where the counter top needed to be raised to get the machine out.

    To answer your question I've never heard of Renlig appliances. All the Ikea machines I've worked on have been whirlpool machines.
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