Question about GE Dishwashers
The faucet head I have will not fit the on the dishwasher. Do you happen to know what size I should have to hook it up to the faucet?
SOURCE: Attaching potable dishwasher
Did you remove the existing aerator from the faucet nozzle first? If not, that's your problem.. If you did..then look at the adapter to see if the therad pattern on the end looks like the thread pattern of the aerator you've removed.. If it does.. then you need to install that one.. Sometimes ..you can get them started by rotating it into the faucette backwards a few turns and then rotating it forward until the threads get started properly..after that.. just tighten it in place.. Hope that helps !
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
SOURCE: connection to my faucet
There is an adapter that you can buy at most home improvement or hardware stores. If you can't find it locally you could also try sears.com for the part.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
We just bought a used version of the GE Nautilus and we were able to get a generic "fits most portable dishwashers" adapter and it worked great. We went to Fred Meyer (which I believe is a Kroger company in the NW) and it was the only one they had. It only cost $3.99. The brand is Plumb Craft by Waxman and the model number is 76-127. Dishwasher Faucet Aerator. Hope this helps!
Posted on May 04, 2009
Hi, There are two sizes. 30" or 24".
Just measurethe dor or cabinet and you will know. I hope this helps you.
Posted on May 16, 2009
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