Question about Dishwashers
If you are talking about the supply line (clean fresh water) then it's best to replace it with a stainless braided hose, all the way from thew shutoff valve to the washer inlet. They can be found at lows HD for 20 bucks or so. Very easy to replace, two nuts and an adjustble wrench.
If its the drain, you can purchace a coupling from the same places.
It is rubber, and can fit 3 or 4 different size pipes. It connects unde the sink either onto the garbage disposal or the pipe attatched to the sink. it has two clamps that can be tightened with a screwdriver.
Trying to reuse old supply lines is aproblem waiting to happen.
Thats why I recommend new.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
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