I am trying to remove a built in Asea Skandia cylinda 1200 from a kitchen cupboard. There is a copper water inlet pipe running into the back of the machine. Would this connect to a flexible rubber pipe at the machine or is this normal installation to plumb it with copper pipe. due to installation I cant see far enough down the back of the machine to tell. thanks
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Re: Removing a built in Asea Skandia cylinda 1200
Its normal to have the water supply from under sink to dishwasher 3/8 soft copper. If there is a water stop under sink for dishwasher go ahead and shut it off. If not you will have to shut water off at main. Now you can unscrew supply at dishwasher, it's close to the front on left side. Its a 3/8 compression nut, you can use a small cresent wrench.
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You need to trace the power cord into the machine to confirm this case. It will lead you into the circuit and if power is not present to the controller section there can be a fuse before the circuit. Remove power to the machine and remove panel to check.
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