Attach the water supply line (copper tubing or flexible braided
line) to the hot water line using a connection configuration that
is in compliance with local codes and ordinances. The water
supply to the dishwasher should have a manual shutoff valve
located under the sink.
Slowly route water supply line through hole in cabinet. (If you
are using copper tubing, it will bend and kink easily, so be
gentle.) It should be far enough into the cabinet opening to
connect it to the dishwasher inlet on the front left side of the
Slowly turn water shutoff valve to "ON"
position. Flush water
into a shallow pan until clear to get rid of particles that could
clog the inlet valve. Turn shutoff valve to "OFF" position.
Route water line and tape it to the floor in area shown. This will
keep it from moving when dishwasher is moved into cabinet
Install Drain Hose
IMPORTANT- Always use a new drain hose. Check local codes
to determine whether an air gap is required.
If needed, drill a 11,_ " (3.8 cm) diameter hole in cabinet wall or
side of the opening closest to the sink.
Route drain hose as shown through hole in cabinet to the front
center of opening where drain connection will be made. Tape
drain hose to the floor in area shown. This will prohibit it from
moving when dishwasher is moved into cabinet opening.