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On the ldr equisite dishwasher air gap, where do you put the washers that come with it? there is a cloth washer and a shiny, thin metal washer that came with the air gap. i just installed the gap a few days ago, with metal washer on top of the sink under the air gap nut; it is already rusting; it looks like stainless steel or chrome,, so why is it rusting? i put the cloth washer under the sink. mike

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The metal washer belongs under the sink.

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