Question about Dishwashers
Most dishwashers and garbage disposers should be on their own circuit. First I would check to see if it was hardwired or at least plugged in, then I would check to see if it has it's own breaker and that it is on. if it is a plug in washer I would unplug it and see if power was making it to the outlet. at that point she should see if any other breakers are tripped in case if it didn't have a home run. then call an electrician or pull the front cover off to see if they wired it. if hard wired work your way back to the junction box again but each level takes greater knowledge.
Posted on Feb 12, 2012
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