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I have a wdb11nrdb1 dishwasher that has two hoses coming out the bottom and i can't figure out where to connect them i have pictures if that would help

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One hose should be smaller and the other hose should be considerably larger.

the smaller hose is the water in (attach to the hot water side of your faucet, and the other hose is waste out (hooks to the drain or sink disposal).

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