installing end panel next to integrated dishwasher

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  1. markyyyyyy

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    IMG_20210228_175600.jpg IMG_20210228_175610.jpg IMG_20210228_175645.jpg I have an integrated washer at the end of my unit run

    It's roughly in place, i still need to fit my flooring before i can fit the washing machine, so i can slide it out if needs be.

    I need to install an end panel next to the dishwasher.

    How do i go about this? The dishwasher will be flush to the back wall, and there are no holes to screw through from the dishwasher.

    Not sure how to do it?

    Cheers
     
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  3. Swwils

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    Typically goes into a cabinet and it would of come with clips for securing it to the cabinet.
     
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    yes, but not in this instance?
     
  5. Swwils

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    One could argue it's no longer "integrated" !
     
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    i see what you mean

    anyhow, maybe i can use brackets on back wall and one under front of dishwasher on floor
     
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    Can't you get a cabinet for it? You will then have something to support the worktop.
     
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    its 60cm wide and door fits directly to front, so cabinet wont work i believe
     
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    Yes so you get the carcass, install the dishwasher in it, then the door will be flush with the other cabinet doors when the dishwasher is closed.

    This is the pretty usual integrated setup, the washer should of come with these instructions.
     
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    No need for a cabinet. Decor panel scribed to wall and floor and angle-plated to floor (beneath machine) and underside of worktop (above machine). Door hung on front of washer. Plinth extended through across front of washer with cut away at top (clearance for the door when the washer is opened). End of plinth onto low profile magnetic clip rather than spring clip you use for legs. Pretty normal solution, really
     
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    Its a build under dishwasher, not built-in, stands on the floor and requires no cabinet.Just follow J&K instructions.
     
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