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Hi there Larry which hose are you refering to the inlet or the waste. You can take the inlet hose of very easily, However the waste pipe is conected to the waste pump inside the machine. If this is the pipe you wish to remove I would drill a bigger hole in the cupboard. let me know if this helps at all. Regards Gary.
Normally a standard base cabinet is 24 inches deep with a 25 inch countertop ( meaning the top extends over the front of the cabinet by 1 inch) That is a typical installtion however there is no right or wrong way to set the dishwasher into cavity between two cabinets. In most installations though the front door of the dishwasher when closed is close to flush with the vertical stiles of the cabinet and does not extend beyond the overhang of the counter. The manufactures method for securing it to the surrounding cabinets will dictate the extent that it can project out. Hope that helps...