Question about Dishwashers
I'm looking for the connector from the hose to the kitchen sink for a Kenmore 665.17425791 model. The male end should be about the same diameter as the end that screws onto the faucet. All the connectors I have found at places like Home Depot have a smaller male end. I know they don't make them any longer. Is there anywhere I can order one?
Here is the part you need to fix the unicoupler: http://www.repairclinic.com/SSPartDetail.aspx?s=t-612568-%3d%3di612568&PartID=612568 The ring didn't fit on mine, so I just used the old one. Pull back the old ring, pry off the c-spring with your nails, and replace the coil spring, teeth, ring, and c-spring.
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