Question about Dishwashers
Just follow the water inlet hose pipe till the machine body end. You will find a gland nut made of plastic material. Turn it anticlockwise by your hand. if it is very tight you can use a suitable tool.
after opening you will find the a small strainer ( filter ) fitted in the circular slot. Pull it by a plier. Clean it and re fix it. Do not forget to fix rubber ring. Check the water flow in the hose.
If you find water leaking, you have to replace the small rubber washer. Or use teflon tape and tighten.
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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