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Bosch dishwaasher installation

I have just bought a second hand Bosch diswasher and the grey waste pipe that comes out of the machine has a "knob" on the end that is too small a diameter to fit onto the horn attachment under the sink. I have looked in the DIY shops and can't find an attachment that fits under the sink with a smaller diameter. Am I missing something, or do I just cut the "knob" bit off to leave the corrugated plastic which "should" fit on the horn?

Trouble is, once I've cut it off, there's no going back!

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  • Lottieuk Jul 24, 2008

    Thanks - I contacted a local store and they came up with a similar solution, a piece of rubber pipe and two "jubilee" clips.



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I have overcome the problem by fitting a old style hose fitting (non threaded taps) for garden hoses (rubber end with built in clamp)and clamped it on to the hose and then onto the drain pipe. Available Bunnings for $10.00

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