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Under the bottom of the dish washer on the right hand side there is a little bos that you will need a 1/4 inch nut driver to take the cover off, when you take off the cover there will be 2 wires and a screw that is the groung, take your house wires run them thru the hole in the back of the metal box and put the wires together black to black and white to white and the copper ground to the set screw and there is your electric

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