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Step 15: Connect Drain Line - GE 206C1559P195 Installation Instructions Manual

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Dishwasher Installation

STEP 15: CONNECT DRAIN LINE

The molded end of the drain hose will fit 5/8"
through 1" diameter inlet ports on the air gap, waste
tee or disposer.
• Determine the size of the inlet port
• Cut the drain hose connector on the marked line, if
required, to fit the inlet port.
Figure V
• If a longer drain hose is required, and you did not
purchase the GPF10S drain hose, add up to 42"
length, for a total of 120" (10 feet), to the factory-
installed hose. Use 5/8" or 7/8" inside diameter
hose and a coupler to connect
the two hose ends.
Secure the
connection
with hose
clamps.
IMPORTANT
Total drain hose length must
not exceed 10 feet for proper drain operation.
• Connect drain line to air gap, waste tee, or disposer
using the previously determined method. Secure
the hose with a screw-type clamp.
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Method 1 – Air gap with waste tee or disposer
Waste Tee Installation
Figure X
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Method 2 – "High drain loop" with waste tee
or disposer
Fasten the drain hose to the underside of the
countertop with a hanger.
Waste Tee Installation
Figure Y
IMPORTANT
Figure W
line to a disposer, check to be sure that the drain
plug has been removed. Dishwasher will not drain
if plug is left in place.
Tip: Avoid unnecessary service call charges
for a "no drain" complaint.
Make sure any excess drain hose has been pulled
through the cabinet opening. This will prevent
excess hose in the dishwasher cavity from
becoming kinked or crushed by the dishwasher.
Make sure the disposer plug has been removed if
the drain hose is connected to a disposer.
Disposer Installation
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Disposer Installation
When connecting the drain
Remove
Drain
Plug
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