Note: The drain hose supplied with the dishwasher
is approximately 78" long. If a longer hose is needed,
a 10-foot-long hose may be purchased from an
authorized GE appliance dealer. The 10-foot-long
hose is part number GPF10S.
Tip: Avoid unnecessary service charges for drain
Make sure the drain hose connection is leak-free
and the hose is routed through the strain relief so
it will not kink when the dishwasher is installed into
STEP 8: POSITION WATER LINE AND
• Position the water supply line and house wiring on
the floor of the opening to avoid interference with
the base of the dishwasher and components under
Do not use
this port if
STEP 9: INSERT DRAIN HOSE AND POWER
CORD, IF USED, THROUGH CABINET
• Upright the dishwasher and position it in front of
the cabinet opening.
• Insert the drain hose into the hole previously drilled
in the cabinet wall.
• If a power cord is used, guide the end of the cord
through a separate hole cut for the power cord.
The power cord should be routed directly to the rear
of the junction box, avoiding contact with the door
spring and other dishwasher components.
Tip: Avoid unnecessary service charges for no fill,
drain or noise concerns.
Position utility lines so they do not interfere with
anything under or behind the dishwasher.
STEP 10: INSTALL OPTIONAL GPF65 SIDE
Skip this step if the underside of countertop is
wood or woodlike material.
• Purchase and install the GPF65 side-mount
bracket kit if the underside of counter is granite
or a similar material that will not accept wood
screws. The GPF65 kit is available from authorized
GE appliance dealers.
• Refer to Figure P and follow the instructions