Hello,Sometime when our dishwasher door was open someone dropped something on it and it made a large dent at a point that aligns with the door gasket. Between the gasket being old and the door dent we have a leak. So, I'm very handy and thought I could replace the inner door shown on this page myself. But after watching a video about how to replace Bosch doors and the soap dispenser it appears that there is a lot more to replacing the inner door than the out door cover. It looks like there are a lot of parts that attach to this part of the door. Is that true? Does this look like a job for a pro??
ANSWER Gerald, There's no reason you can't perform the repair yourself, It may look daunting, but a "very handy" DIY'r wouldn't have much of a problem. Just remember to remove power to the dishwasher, and label any wires you disconnect, there won't be a lot, and take your time. You'll do fine. Most of the parts remove as assemblies, in some cases you don't have to disconnect the wires, just set the component on the floor in front of the dishwasher
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Friday, March 08, 2013