Question about Maytag Dishwashers
If the drain line goes into an air-gap on the top of your sink than it can be pulled down. If it goes directly into your garbage disposal then it really should be looped a bit higher than the bottom of your sink incase your sink gets stopped up the water will not flood back into the dishwasher. Some models come with a "check valve" on the end of the drain line (it's plastic and is about 2" long) these prevent water from draining back into machine and potentially flooding your nice floors.
Posted on Jul 22, 2008
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