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Re dishwasher unit / sgs46m78au. water pipe/hose/ connections

I cannot follow your instructions regarding the water pipe /hose connections.Which is the outlet connection and which is the inflow connection.And does the inflow water hose connect to the hot water or cold water.How do i identify which is the hot water or cold? And when i disconnect the water hose/ pipe can i expect water discharge? And when i connect to the designated water inflow do i need to purchase addition plumbing bits? the instructions indicate additional washers and bits.

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The water connection is the smaller of the two and generally near the front of the machine, usually a threaded fitting on a electric solenoid will need a pipe to compression 90 fitting if its not already installed, it needs to be hooked to the hot water and that can be found on the left side going up to the sink faucet to be sure run some hot water and the side that gets warm is the correct one, you will need to turn off the water and install a T to connect the dishwasher if an unused shut off is not already there for the dishwasher. The drain line takes a hose and clamp and will hook into your drain iether through a dishwaser t or the disposal if you have one has a connection for it.

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