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Can i use my candy aquaviva cd 622 dishwasher if i only have a cold water supply to connect to it - even though it has pipes to connect both hot and cold water supplies?

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I strongly advice against it, because the pumps are gonna assume thier is water their and is gonna try to pump the water in, and u will burn them up if their is no water their.. how ever you could get a splitter and run water to both hoses. even though their is no hot water you could run it. just need water going to both lines. your dishes how ever wont get as clean as they would if you had the hot water.

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It's your choice.There's only a single supply hose and with most dishwashers that means cold fill only, but as this is a compact basic worktop model the manual supplied suggests that users connect to a hot water supply.

In real-life situations though, the water drawn from the hot supply often isn't instantly hot so all you do is drain cold or tepid water from the supply pipe and let it get replaced with wasted hot water which then cools in the pipe! If the machine features condenser drying like many dishwashers, then cold water is essential for it to work. A final consideration is that unless your hot water is supplied at mains pressure (such as in a combi-boiler or megaflo system) then the water pressure from a hot water storage tank will not often be high enough and you'll have to use the cold supply.

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Can i connect a dishwasher to the hot water pipe??


In my opinion you always connect to the hot water unless there's some compelling reason not to like your dishwasher's manual says to connect to cold. Your dishwasher will heat up whatever water you have connected it to, but since you have a tank of preheated water already sitting in your water heater you should use that.

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