As in the topic Whirlpool ADG789 dishwasher. On one side, the door protrudes about 1cm-1.5cm, so steam comes out at some point ... Is there any way to adjust it (e.g. hinges)? I replaced the springs and cables, but you couldn't see anything where you could adjust the hinged door ...
I suspect that the lines were replaced because they broke. Had the door dropped limply down by any chance. If so, the side of the hinge is bent on the side that do not close. You have to remove and straighten or buy new ones.
I took the dishwasher apart again. I have taken the hinge off, but you can't see it's crooked or worn anywhere. I noticed that the plate on which the hinge is attached is 3 mm too far back in relation to the other side.
If they were at the same distance, in my opinion it would be ok. Only the metal plate from what I can see is not regulated. There are two screws at the bottom of the torx, but once you unscrew them you can't move it.
First try straightening the door swing limiter (gently with a hammer or a key with a longer arm). If it doesn't help, you will have to take the door apart and straighten the metal sheet with the rope attached to it.
You gave me a little thought with this limiter ... He is responsible for how deep the door on a given side closes towards the dishwasher? Which sheet do you mean? about this from this limiter? She looks straight; /
The limiter is responsible for ensuring that the door does not fall to the ground when you open it. But when the lines broke, the hinge arm where the line is hooked hit it. And the stop is bent, or that arm is bent. You have to straighten the limiter first. And if it doesn't help, as I wrote earlier, you take the door apart and bend your arm. There is no need for a vice and a hammer.