Question about Frigidaire Dishwashers
The first thing you'll need to find out is how much current the dishawasher uses.. for example .. if it is less than 15amp ( which most are) then 14 awg wire is appropriate.. If it is more than 15 amps and less than 20, 12 awg wire is required.. You need to make sure that the circuit breaker feeding this appliance is sized correctly for this.. In some states.. dishwashers and garbage disposals are wired similarly to a refridgerator where you install a receptacle in a box and get a plug set for that appliance and simply plug it into that receptacle.. Feel free to respond to this with any questions or if I confused you.. I'll get you thru it.
Hope this helps..
Posted on Aug 31, 2008
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