I just bought a new Maytag dishwasher and I'm installing it myself -- a stubborn young fool. My old dishwasher had been refigured with a plug into an outlet behind the diswasher (we have a 190 hot water dispenser also-- that is the reason for the outlet).
Is it easy to convert a dishwasher from a hardwire to a plug in??? Can I buy a power cord that I could connect to the wiring of the dishwasher?? I don't want to lose the outlet behind the dishwasher as we want to keep the 190 hot water dispenser.
It's definetly a learning curve when you buy a new home.
Converting old GE electrical element to plug-in type
adding light kit to ceiling fan
Run conduit from service panel to ceiling joist area?
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