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Dishwasher pours water out of the grey line coiled on side of it

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Thats because its the drain line.



It's supposed to be installed into your homes drain system.

Thats usually done under the kitchen sink, hooked up to the dishwasher drain nipple on the garbage disposal or on the pipe coming off the bottom of the basket strainer.

Posted on Dec 15, 2008

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