Question about Dishwashers
Hi Kim. If you do not have a drain hose for your dishwasher, go to any hardware or Home Depot or Lowes and get one. This is a common item. The hose attaches near the bottom front of the machine. To access this space you will need a phillips head screw driver [#2]. Remove the screws that hold the lower front panel on the machine. Inside you will see where the hose attaches to a plastic pipe nipple with a hose clamp. Run the hose out of the machine, through the wall of the kitchensink cabinet and into the plumbing there. If you have a garbage disposal, there is a plastic nipple to attach the hose to. Just be sure the thin plastic wall inside of that nipple is broken out. If it is not broken out use a flat blade screw driver and a hammer to remove it. Then slide the hose on and use a hose clamp to secure it.
If there is no garbage disposal get a dishwasher tail piece at the hardware store. This will replace the tail piece coming from one of the sink baskets down into the trap. Joe
Posted on Oct 23, 2010
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