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How to change a wast pipe on a Beko DWD 5411 dishwasher

Cowboy plumber cut pipe incorrectly and now wont fit under sink waste- bought new pipe - need to know how to change on the machine please

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Did you have a dishwasher before? If so, you must have had a sink tail piece with a dishwasher drain coming off the side. For the connection, you may have to get an adapter to fit the end of the dishwasher drain hose to the sink tail piece. Take all pieces to hardware store if necessary to get an adapter which fits. After you connect the drain hose, make sure that the drain hose has a "high loop", meaning that the hose curls up at least 6 inches above the connection point before it goes down again. This is important to keep sink waste from getting back into the diswasher hose if the sink drain backs up.

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Hello, your might have blocked kitchen drain? If not blocked, check that your dishwasher drain pipe has higher point then conection to waste pipe.

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If you have only had it for two months I would suggest you contact the dealer and have it repaired under warranty. Any attempt to fix or adjust the unit will void the guarantee.

Posted on Feb 06, 2011

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