I am replacing an existing dishwasher that was 30 years old. Currently the dishwasher drain line runs under the floor to its own p-trap. In the installation instructions for the new dishwasher it states that the drain line connection must be 20 inches above the floor. Should I now connect to the sink drain creating this 20 inch height and should I install a air gap. I never had problems with the old one draining.
Take the hose and run it to airgap fitting and , If you have disp. connect it to that are put in a Y tailpiece. Go to http://www.google.com and ask how to connect a dishwasher to disp. are Y tailpiece.
Dont you know ,tired plbg?See that is the purpose of this site,for you to tell people the answer,that is why they ask.Why dont you give it up? Dont even know about an inside spud wrench.You are a joke.
Oscar Do you know how to repair a Fullerball faucet, are how to wipe a solder joint on a broom stick. Better not open your mouth too much might get you shoe caught in it. Try going to school at night with the other two who run me down.
Why wipe a joint on a broom stick,can’t get water through it.Yes I can do both.Thats your problem,you are living in the past.So are your posts.Get with the program” are “get out.Why do use or and are in the wrong places.Look them up in a dictionary.