connect to household or field wiring:
Remove the dishwasher
supply junction box
cover and connect to the power supply cord from the
house installation, (see Figure 5).
Remove 2" to 3" (51 - 76mm) of the outer casing of the
household or field supply wiring as shown in Figure 6.
Remove 3/8" to 1/2" (10 - 13mm) of the insulation from
each wire as shown in Figure 6.
(51mm - 76mm).
(10mm - 13ram)
Insert the bare copper or green wire(ground)
"___L_ " of the terminal
Insert the white (neutral) wire to the "N" connection of
the terminal block and securely tighten the terminal block
Insert the black(hot) wire to the "L" connection
terminal block and securely tighten the terminal block
Check all electrical connections to make sure they are
secure and then attach the junction box cover with the 4
injury or property
care should be exercised
when the dishwasher
installed or removed
to reduce the likelihood
damage to the power cord.
Hot Water Supply
The hot water heater should be set to deliver approximately
120 ° F (49 ° C) water to the dishwasher. Water that is too
hot can cause some detergents to lose effectiveness. Lower
water temperatures will increase run times. The hot water
supply pressure must be between 15 - 145 psi (1 - 10 bar).
If using a solder joint instead of a compression fitting, be
sure to make all solder connections before connecting the
water supply line to the dishwasher.
Make sure there are no sharp bends or kinks in the water
line that might restrict water flow.
Always use the appropriate seal when making plumbing
Before connecting the water supply line to the dishwasher,
flush the incoming water line for approximately 5 minutes
to clear any foreign material.
Turn on the water supply and check for leaks after
connections are made.
Avoid Scald Hazard
Do not perform
any work on a charged
result. Only qualified
work. Do not
on the dishwasher
supply plumbing until you are certain the hot water
supply is shut off.
required for soldering
are to be soldered
at least 6 inches
(152.4 mm) away from