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What is your question? if it is how to attach there is an adapter that screws on to facet and then you connect the hose piece to that.

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Can you check the exhaust water hose by looking straight down the drain in the sink where a dishwasher exhaust hose is normally attached, to see if you have any water leaving the dishwasher at all? Can you remove the exhaust hose, and put in a pan to see if you can get some water to flow out? I am guessing you may have a clogged exhaust hose, or clogged sink attachment on the sink drain. After lot of use, debrea will build up in the exhaust hose. You might also consider cleaning the inlet valve filter, the collect sand from the water supply, and can clog after many year of service.

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I have a 6mth old Maytag Quiet Partner that will not drain. I took the hose off the drain pipe and hit the Cancel/Drain button and put the hose into a bucket-worked fine. I then re attached the hose to the...


Hello,

Seeing where it will work when disconnected from drain, i would be looking at the house drain as the problema nd not the dishwasher. You can check these things.
1) a clogged pipe under sink that it connects to
2)do you hava airgap,its a piece that goes on the sink and hasa chrome cover about 2-3 inches tall,if ya have one of those(not all drains do) reomve cap by pulling off and depending on brand of air gap unscrew inner cap or push in the 2 tabs and pull out inner piece to check for a blockage
3)if you dont have airgap is the drin hose under the sink always slooping down? at on point the drain hose should be higher that the level of the peice on the drain it attaches too,with corrogated drain hose its easy to pull it up and attach it under sink so at one point the hose is higher that the drain(disposer) nozzle

Good luck, i hope this helps

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Water is not getting drained from the botom of the machine


Hi,

There are several possibilities as to why water isn't draining from your washer:

1. Blocked drain filter
The filter is usually at the bottom of the wash compartment. You didn't state which model of dishwasher you have, so please refer to your user manual for instructions for cleaning your filter. If you don't have a manual, please post back here with your dishwasher brand and model number for information on cleaning your filter and where to download a manual if one is available.


2. Blocked/kinked waste hose
Check the waste outflow hose at the back of the washer for any kinks or other damage. Also remove the hose where it attaches to your sink (or waste outlet) and check for any blockages both in the end of the hose and at the sink attachment. If there is a lot of dirt in the hose, it may be blocked somewhere further back.

3. Blocked waste disposal / sink trap / waste outflow
Make sure your sink is draining efficiently. Clean as necessary

4. Faulty waste pump
If all of the above check out, you may have a faulty pump. Please post back for further advice regarding this after completing the above checks.

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BElectric

Nov 20, 2010 | Dishwashers

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There is water leaking down the electric wire at the bottom of the unit. What could cause this? the unit works just fine.


Once disposal rusts out, it needs replacement.
Usually if sink basket seal is broken or if dishwasher attachment is leaking, you can feel water near top of disposal.
Use paper towel at top to see if that area is wet.
If top area is dry, then water is coming from inside disposal, and disposal is rusted out.

If sink seal is still good, we used to buy same brand disposal and re-attach to same sink basket. That's the quick fix.
If this is inside your home, you probably want to install new sink basket that comes with disposal.

To install new disposal, also buy container of plumber's putty to seal sink basket.
Remove disposal.
Clean off old putty on sink. It will chip off easily.
Apply finger-thick amount of plumbers putty to sink opening.
Set disposal sink basket into putty and push down.
Tighten screws on bottom of sink basket.
Wipe away excess plumber's putty from sink so it looks nice and smooth.

Before lifting disposal into place, attach electric wires and attach dishwasher hose to disposal.
Use hammer and screwdriver to remove steel blocker located inside dishwasher stem ... the blocker is left in place if no dishwasher hose is attached.
Disposals can be different: But here's the usual sequence:
Lift disposal with one hand and hold level. Push up strong while rotating attachment ring until ring grabs bottom of sink basket.
If you cannot lift disposal with one hand while rotating attachment ring with other hand, use small bottle jack from auto-parts store. And put piece of wood between bottle jack and aluminum disposal so disposal doesn't break.

Here's how to handle tubular pipes below sink:
Any tubular pipe joint that moved while removing or installing disposal, has to be taken apart, cleaned and re-attached.
If washers are plastic, then clean and re-use.
If washers are rubber, then replace each washer with new rubber washer.
When reattaching tubular pipes, apply generous amount of rectorseal over each plastic or rubber washer for first-time seal of tubular pipes.

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Badger 5 is about 15 years old and is leaking from the bottom -- from the reset button, the plate on the bottom, and around the electric cord. Can I fix it or does it need replacing?


Once disposal rusts out, it needs replacement.
Usually if sink basket seal is broken or if dishwasher attachment is leaking, you can feel water near top of disposal.
Use paper towel at top to see if that area is wet.
If top area is dry, then water is coming from inside disposal, and disposal is rusted out.

If sink seal is still good, we used to buy same brand disposal and re-attach to same sink basket. That's the quick fix.
If this is inside your home, you probably want to install new sink basket that comes with disposal.

To install new disposal, also buy container of plumber's putty to seal sink basket.
Remove disposal.
Clean off old putty on sink. It will chip off easily.
Apply finger-thick amount of plumbers putty to sink opening.
Set disposal sink basket into putty and push down.
Tighten screws on bottom of sink basket.
Wipe away excess plumber's putty from sink so it looks nice and smooth.

Before lifting disposal into place, attach electric wires and attach dishwasher hose to disposal.
Use hammer and screwdriver to remove steel blocker located inside dishwasher stem ... the blocker is left in place if no dishwasher hose is attached.
Disposals can be different: But here's the usual sequence:
Lift disposal with one hand and hold level. Push up strong while rotating attachment ring until ring grabs bottom of sink basket.
If you cannot lift disposal with one hand while rotating attachment ring with other hand, use small bottle jack from auto-parts store. And put piece of wood between bottle jack and aluminum disposal so disposal doesn't break.

Here's how to handle tubular pipes below sink:
Any tubular pipe joint that moved while removing or installing disposal, has to be taken apart, cleaned and re-attached.
If washers are plastic, then clean and re-use.
If washers are rubber, then replace each washer with new rubber washer.
When reattaching tubular pipes, apply generous amount of rectorseal over each plastic or rubber washer for first-time seal of tubular pipes.

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I have a whirlpool gold and there is water in the bottom after the cycle. i cleaned everything out and didn't see any blockage.


the drain hose maybe clogged it connects to the garbage disposal or the air gap at under the sink. you can get a wet dry vac and **** it out . or if the hose is just laying under the sink on the bottom of the cabinet you need a loop put in it. just attach it to the top of the sink some where and leave slack after the attached location toward the sink.

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Grohe ladylux plus kitchen faucet leaks from multiple points along metal pull out hose attached to faucet head. Is this fixed by replacement of same hose? How do I replace the hose?


Yes,it sounds like you have to replace the hose.Follow the braided hose under your sink until you come across a yellow and black fitting . it is comparable to an air hose fitting quick disconnection. once that is pulled from the sink port,unscrew the spray head and pull the ose through the faucet body from above the sink

Feb 23, 2010 | Grohe Plumbing

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Brand new machine delivered Sunday it will not drain when attached to the waste pipe under the sink, but will drain when the hose is put into the sink.


It is just the angle and elevation of the hose. Or there is to much backpressure when connected under sink. Most people would add a drain extension from side of sink, then over and up about 2-3 feet. Perfect elevation for drain. Do check drain and screen to make sure it is clean.

Oct 23, 2009 | Washing Machines

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The pull out faucet is loose, wobbly, won't stay attached.


Make sure that there is a weighted ball connected about halfway down the retracting hose. If not you need to go to a supply house and purchase one and its a simple install.However if there is one attached you can loosen the 2 screws and slide it up closer to faucett but not so far that you can't pull out the sprayer as far as you need. Also make sure nothing is obstructing it under the sink. bottles, cleaners, etc.

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