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Probably. If you didn't discard the package of extra fittings that came with the dishwasher, you may find the correct adapter/aerator fitting in there. Otherwise, try contacting the manufacturer of the dishwasher. Be sure to provide the make and model of the new faucet along with the model number of the dishwasher.
Any store that sells new portable dishwashers to the public should have such. For example: around here are, Sears, H.H.Gregg, or Best Buy. Also, places like Home Depot, Lowe's, and Menards should be having some. There is more than one size, so be sure you have a place where you can return the part if it does not fit. Be blessed There are a few different threads inside your faucet, and a few different couplings for your dishwasher.
Yes, you need to know whether your faucet is male or female thread (threads on outside or inside) and buy an adapter that will fit into the faucet where the aerator normally sits. These are generally available in the plumbing section of your local hardware store. Make sure you know your diameters as well (O.D. stands for Outside Diameter and is usually male thread where as I.D. stands for Inside Diameter and is usually female thread)
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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.