Keyhole saw for the corners, stair/flooring saw (or whatever
tool you have that fits) for the rest. Be sure to seal the
ends when you're done.
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this is standard practice. if you dont put hardwood in the opening you
will never get the old machine out. the original machine was probly
put in before the counter tops. look to see if there is a 3/4" lip on
the front of the counter top. if so you may need to remove screws and
raise the top to get the dishwasher in then screw the top back down.
Cut the legs off of the old Dish washer with a sawzall,this will lower
the DW.Then you can lift it over the HW floor. You will be able to
remove some of HW and slide the new DW in. It worked for me. Bill.
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