unfortunately we cannot cut the steel frame away as that is an important part of the hull structure but its not the end of the world if we cannot cut into the appliance casing and it sticks out of the locker. My most pressing problem is getting the appliance the cabin doorway which is only 520mm wide. I need to know if the back and/or front panels of the appliance as well as the control panel, can be disassembled, as that will determine how much of the doorway frame and structure we need to remove. The current OA depth of the appliance is 590mm so removing the front panel and control panel would reduce the appliance depth to 560mm which would help but mean curtting away one side of the door frame. Ideally we'd take off the front and the back panels, which would reduce the OA depth to 530mm - still not enough to get through the doorway without amendment but we'd then only have to remove the door frame stops, which is a lot easier than removing the whole door frame.
I do need more specific info and detail about whether or not the front cover and control panel and/or the back cover of this Bosch washer dryer can be dismantled, or if that that won't help if there is some part of the mechanism that still sticks out , or if dismantling is not possible for any reason such as if the panels are, say, spot welded. Also where and by how much would i be able to cut away the machine case and frame at the base?