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Can't find power cord to plug in the dishwasher to the wall

I have hoses attached but cant find where the female plug to plug into the wall?

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Dishwashers are set up to be hard wired in. however, you can install a regular plug to the wiring for the dishwasher and plug it into an outlet that way. the wiring box is in the front of the dishwasher behind the kick panel. Joe

Posted on Nov 18, 2008

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Charger seems to have both red and green lites flashing at the same time no sequence and both batteries connected read 4.0 VDC, are these chargers repariable or throw aways


Your manual is here. The section on charging states, that green blinking means your battery is fully charged but blinking red means that your charger is faulty. I would say repairable.

1. Plug the female connector of the AC power cord (supplied) to the AC receptacle on the charger and plug in the male connector on the AC power cord into the wall outlet.

2. The On/Off LED indicator is blinking RED, this is abnormal. Unplug AC power cord from the on-board battery charger and wall outlet. Charger may need to be replaced. Contact an Invacare dealer or qualified technician.

3. When the On/Off LED indicator light is Off, charger is Off.

4. When the Charge LED indicator light is YELLOW, the batteries are charging.

5. When the Charge LED indicator light is solid GREEN, the batteries are fully charged (as their condition will allow).

6. When charging is complete, unplug the male connector of the AC power cord from the wall outlet and then unplug the female connector of the AC power cord from the AC receptacle on the charger.


http://www.invacare.com/doc_files/1125085.pdf

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Lights will not turn on


I experienced the same problem. One day the lights on the unit weren't on. The wall outlet that the dishwasher uses had power because the Garbage Disposal that also uses the same outlet had power. Turns out the power supply cord also tied to the water supply hose and had over the months (due to the constant slapping or dancing of the water hose whenever the electrically controlled water valve was opened or closed), had caused the female receptor prong inside the wall outlet to loose continuity with the male prong of the dishwasher power cord. It might have been a defective wall plug all along but the wall outlet worked for months before the problem arose. Anyway, after replacing the wall outlet the dishwasher again has lights and works fine.

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I have a 3 prung male plug, and a 4 prung female plug. Can I switch the 3 male plug to a 4 male plug?


Hi, and yes you can, its done all of the time. You want to change the plug on the wall, not the cord. That is the way it is done. Very simple. Turn off breaker to the 4- prong. Go to any hardware store such as home depot and get the 3 prong 220 volt female plug, both are the same volts, just made for different cords is all. The male is on the cord. On the 4 prong female plug thats on the wall, just loosen all 4 screws. 2- wires are hot, either black in color, a black with a piece of white tape on it is the neutral, and a bare ground which is much smaller. When installing the 3 prong female, you will use all 4 wire to. 2- hot, ! neutral, and a screw for the small bare ground. There will be a drawing on how to connect the wires with the new plug if you are not sure. Normally, there are 3 black wires, 2 hot , 1 neutral. Some times there may be 2 blacks and 1 red. A black and red will be hot.I am sure they will all be black. The plug is marked on it. It will have L-1, L-2, N, and Ground. When you remove the 4 prong female, it will be marked the same. Be sure the power is off! L-1 and L-2 are hot, and the 3rd is N or neutral. Then the small ground. Very, very, simple to change and to know which is which. The terminals on the plug are colored also. The 2 that are copper colored are for the hot wires. The brass or silver is the neutral. And you will see the ground screw. I hope I haven't confused you, it is very easy. Just when removing the wires to the old plug on the wall, which should be a 4-prong female, the 2 wires on the right and left side of the plug are going to be the 2 hot wires. The other large black is the neutral goes to top or bottom, its marked like I said with a N. and a small bare ground. Always change the plug on the wall to fit the dryer from 3 to 4, or 4 to 3. They are both 30 amp plugs, 220 volt. Very easy, you can do this!! Please rate me on my help to you.
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Power up to the control panel \ Dishwasher dead


First, power usually comes in from plug, under the kitchen sink, and shares a socket with the disposal(which is controled with the wall switch) make sure you are plugged into the right recepticle. try a lamp or something in the plug make sure it's got power. then check where the cord attaches to the dishwasher..usually behind the kickplate bottom, right front. Dissconnect power then remove the cover at that point you might find the wire nuts or connection is loose..if that is good ...then there could be a broken wire in the that feeds the timer/controller..those are hard to find...a wire that looks good but within the insulation of the wire, it's broken, usually where the wire bends at the bottom of the door.

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Won't Boot, power cord bad or perhaps female jack that accepts the cord. mine is a HP laptop dv7000


It is most likely the female jack your adapter plugs into. Many laptops can have this port break if the laptop is put into a bag, etc with the power chord attached. Since it is attached to the main board itself, this is very hard to fix. Some vendors however will cover it under the manufacturer's warranty.

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Grounding a figidaire dishwasher correctly. The model number is MD8122RFSO.


Hello ashlyn010507,
What exactly do you need to know about how your dishwasher is to be grounded? The national electrical code treats has dishwashers wired like any other appliance in that a receptacle ( like on your wall) is placed in the general area of the dishwasher and a power cord is attached to teh dishwasher at junction box internal to that dishwasher.. the cord is typically plugged into a 3-prong outlet which has a ground terminal. Otherwise... that is all that is required... If you are hard-wiring it ( as was done years ago) then a power feed is brought into a junction box internal to teh dishwasher and you would wire the hot , neutral and ground there).. Please restate your question if this information didn't answer you correctly..
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Dont know how to turn on


The monitor has and adapter type power cord that plugs into the computer end of the VGA cable. Look for a small round hole at the PC end of the cable.

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Power cords


Yes,

You will constantly draw power from the outlet. Though it may not be as much draw as if you were running a device on it. Try picking up the AC adapter one day when not plugged in to the laptop. It still gets hot.

On another note,
When using AC power you should ALWAYS plug it into the back of the device before plugging it into the wall outlet to avoid excessive power surge.

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Replace a dishwasher


Hopefully there's enough slack in your water supply hose for you to just pull out the machine and unscrew the hose.  Be sure to turn off the water before you unscrew it.  You might be able to unscrew the bottom plates to access the supply connection from the front.  Your new machine will probably have a 3/8" female connection.  I'd suggest having a 3/8" street elbow and an adapter for 3/8" male to whatever your plastic pipe.  The other thing to watch for is whether your machine is hardwired for electricity or has a cord and plug.  You can use your old cord and plug on the new machine, if the new one doesn't have one.

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