I would be grateful if someone can confirm I am thinking correctly on this. Looking at the AEG FSB41600Z integrated dishwasher with "sliding hinge". It is described as: "This model has a sliding hinge. This means that, unlike a fixed hinge, the furniture doors are attached to the kitchen unit by a set of hinges. The appliance door is then attached to the furniture door using a set of sliders, so when you open it, the appliance door slides across this bracket. Please check that your old appliance had a sliding hinge, or that your kitchen unit has pre-drilled holes for one, or this model won’t fit." I will be fitting this, if I am right about its operation, in a 600mm gap between two units. From the above description I am assuming, maybe incorrectly or correctly, that the hinges are fixed to the units on each side at the bottom and then when opened the decor door slides up, pivoting on the hinges, on the separate sliders attached to the actual unit appliance door? Assuming also that I can drill the relevant holes in the units each side. Does that sound like how it works? Apologies if it is obvious but it's not entirely clear to me from the above.