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Parts needed I need an outlet pipe Part# V24A000Q8 and four brackets Part# V13A000A9 for a Equator model #SB-72/1 dishwasher. Any place where I can find them. Equator is out of stock and it could take 6 weeks to order. I would appreciate any help you can give me! Thanks, Pearl

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If the manufacturer is out of stock...chances are you will not be able to find them anywhere else. Your best bet would be to go to a metal machinist shop and have some custom made. You can have this done for the pipe as well.

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