Question about GE 25 in. Nautilus GSC3400J Free-standing Dishwasher
I have a portable dishwasher, model #GSC3400J00WW, it works fine but the connection to the faucet leaks a lot. It seems like it is missing some kind of seal/gasket on the inside of the assembly to the faucet.
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
SOURCE: I have a portable
Yes, you need to know whether your faucet is male or female thread (threads on outside or inside) and buy an adapter that will fit into the faucet where the aerator normally sits. These are generally available in the plumbing section of your local hardware store. Make sure you know your diameters as well (O.D. stands for Outside Diameter and is usually male thread where as I.D. stands for Inside Diameter and is usually female thread)
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
GE has a kit available for the undercounter installation of this dishwasher, I recommend the purchase of this kit to simplify your install.
GE kit # WD35M34
Good Luck !
Posted on Feb 14, 2010
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