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Dishwasher - outflow tube

My dishwasher outflow tube is not long enough to connect to the drain pipe under my sink. help!

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I am not sure why this post is in Bissell Wet/Dry Vac but...

Assuming you are talking about the dishwasher drain hose go to lowes, home depot or local hardware/appliance store.

They should sell different lengths of hose just unscrew the original hose and screw the other one.

hope that helps!

Posted on Jan 29, 2008

  • Anonymous Jan 29, 2008

    It is probably 1/2" hose but you will need to double check if you take the hose in there you can compare the diameter it to the others.



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