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      I am about to install a new dishwasher and am not sure if I need to install some sort of water pressure valve on the cold water line to a dishwasher? Are there any other requirments ?

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      Bruce T

      your gonna run a COLD water line to your dishwasher????
      (hope you bought one of those expensive ones with its own water pre-heating elements!)

      Your house pressure should be fine for installation of a dishwasher as long as you dont live in a high pressure area and your pressure regulator is functioning!

      You can put a water hammer arrestor somewhere on your water system if your worried about the selenoid.

      » This message has been edited by Bruce T on 26 June 2002

    • #292630

      Here in Australia,

      It is cheaper and more effective to run your dishwasher on the cold service.


      All advice is given with-out seeing the job, and hence all advice MUST be taken as advice with limited knowledge on the exact situation. NO responsibility can or will be taken. And yes, I am a licensed Plumber and Drainer with my own business in Brisbane Australia.
      Try visiting ….

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      Bruce T

      In California we prefer clean dishes.

      Just messin with you bungie…

      I can see your point if your water heater is too far away for it to be of any use…

      but a lot of cheaper dishwashers dont have pre-heaters.

      » This message has been edited by Bruce T on 26 June 2002

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