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Turn off ALL power and water. Move machine until you can see the hoses and power point. Unplug power and switch off, disconnect hoses and turn off any taps/faucets. Fully remove machine. Turn power and water for residence back on.
Thought I had a problem with the spray arm or pump because water was not flowing enough to spray the upper rack. But it turned out it was a simple part missing: the "check valve" that is in the lower neck of the spray arm assembly. It's a $10 part. Part #WD1X5488 for GE Potscrubber 600.
If I am reading this correctly you want to connect washer to the faucet inputs. This requires washer hose kit at any hardware store. Kit has two hoses,<simular to garden hose> they have double end that will connect to both washer and faucet.Make sure when hooking up you hook cold to cold and hot to hot,< washer has C and H to know which is which.
I am assuming that you have the appropriate adapter on your faucet.
You are not actually getting the connector attached to the faucet.
Pull down on the locking collar while lifting the hose connector onto the faucet adapter.
When the connector snaps into place, release the locking
Turn the hot water on slowly until it is all the way on.