Replacing Beko Dishwasher Hose. How the heck... ?

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  1. paulsspangle

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    Can anyone please help a damsel in distress (not to mention bad temper!). By "help" I pretty much mean please can you explain in idiot terms, in words of two syllables or less and with diagrams.

    I have a Beko DSFN 1530B dishwasher which has a leaking drain hose. Thinking I was clever I ordered a replacement part... and that's as far as I've got.

    One website says that the machine needs to be turned on its side and the base removed, another says that this will break it, a third tells me to take the back lower cover off to access the hose fitting inside. Beko's site, helpfully, gives no advice at all. I'm at the point of giving up before I start!

    I fail to see how I can remove the back lower cover - I can see the screws but it's a right angled fitted piece of metal which is in one piece and appears to be immovable even when the screws are taken out (see photo, apologies for the state of it).

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    Can anyone talk me through this please? Thank you.

    Milly
     
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