Drain Hose Connection/Hot
the Drain Hose to the
The dishwasher drain hose may be connected to the
drain plumbing in one of four ways:
1 Directly to the undersink dishwasher drain
connection, as shown in Figure 25.
2 Directly to a disposer dishwasher drain connection,
as shown in Figure 26.
3 To the undersink dishwasher drain connection
through an air gap, as shown in Figure 27.
4 To a disposer dishwasher drain connection through
an air gap, as shown on Figure 28.
Information on installing air gaps and disposers can
be found in the Plumbing
section of this
Air Vent Hose
Do not make any
connections to this hose
If the dishwasher drain hose is to be connected to
a disposer dishwasher drain connection, remove
the plug from the disposer's dishwasher drain
The dishwasher drain hose must have one place
along its length that is securely attached 20 inches
above the cabinet floor.
The drain hose length can be extended if necessary.
The maximum length of the drain hose, including the
hose leading to the air gap, is 150 inches.
The hose shown in Figure 29 is an air vent. The end
of this hose should be left in the dishwasher base.
Do not make any connections to this hose.
HOT WATER CONNECTION
Avoid Scald Hazard
Do not perform any work on a charged
line. Serious injury could result. Only qualified
work. Do not
attempt any work on the dishwasher
until you are certain the hot
water supply is shut off.
NOTE: Make certain that the correct 90 ° elbow fitting
(not supplied) for the hot water supply line has been
purchased and installed on the dishwasher as described
in the Dishwasher Preparation section of this manual.
The hot water supply line may be connected to the
dishwasher in one of two ways:
1 With braided hose,
2 With copper tubing.
Steel Braided Hose Approved
After connections are made turn on the hot water supply
to check for leaks.
NOTE: Braided dishwasher supply hoses can also be
used to extend pre-existing dishwasher water supply