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Old 06-03-2007, 09:22 PM   #1
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Originally Posted by rhertz
By pulling on the flap/cover of the detergent dispenser that is built into the door to slam it shut? I dunno, I'm just thinking. Our dishwasher is 15 years old and doesn't have this "auto on" feature. But there is no lever needed to lock the door either. It just slams shut then I can turn it on from the outside. However now that I think about it. Could a child suffocate in a dishwasher even if it didn't come on automatically? Fortunately my kids to to big to fit nowadays, but I could see where a toddler might manage that feat.
My dishwasher is 2 months old and it doesn't do this. I may sound mean or horrible for saying this but I don't put anything pass a sibling. Too many crazy things in these days and time and funny how the sibling was the one that found the toddler.

Just a thought...........
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