09:10PM | 04/13/99
Our house was recently given a dishwasher from someone whom upgraded to a newer model. From the layout of the kitchen, we were planning on adding a wall plug of some sort, and leave it on it's wheels. Currently, all I can see coming from the dishwasher itself is a sewage line-out... how can I hook up the in-line and electrical to this baby?

Thanks for your help in advance...


03:23PM | 04/14/99
This should go on a dedicated circuit. If you place it on another kitchen circuit, make sure it is not the refrigerator and do not plug any kitchen appliance in the circuit while the dishwasher is running or you will be running up and down to reset the breaker.

If you happen to be taking a nap on the kitchen floor, look underneath the dishwasher (you will have to remove the front kickplate). You should see wires coming down from the motor that is in the center. Follow the wires to a small gray junction box with a cover on it held in place by one screw. This is where you hook up the wires.



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