Question about Dishwashers
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The hose is usually connected with a clamp at the lower (underside) section of the washer. You will need to pull out the washer from the space it sits, being careful not to damage the insulation packing around the tub area. Follow the hose to the connecting point and remove the clamp. Turn and twist the hose until it releases from the attachment on the washer. Clean the port well before replacing with a new hose. Slip the new hose onto the port and turn as you put it on the connector. Reset the clamp and feed the other end of the hose back to the drain under your sink. Your done. (In some cases, if an old hose won't come off, you may need to slice it off by cutting with a blade along the axis of the hose and splitting it open, then remove it)
Posted on Mar 18, 2014
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