How Do You Install A Dishwasher Drain Line?
Just as clean water goes in to a dishwasher, the dirty water must go out. Many homeowners attempt dishwasher drain line installation–it’s a straightforward process that requires little technical skill and simple materials. Installing your dishwasher drain line will save you the expense of hiring an appliance technician and provide you with valuable experience that you can apply to increasingly complicated home repair and maintenance tasks. Pull the dishwasher to an open location that allows sufficient workspace. Search the dishwasher’s rear and bottom to locate a fitting, called a “barbed” fitting, over which the interior of the dishwasher hose slips. A barbed fitting is a small plastic or metal pipe molded to create a barbed, exterior shank that catches and holds tubing in place. Locate a second barbed fitting around your garbage disposal’s perimeter. If you do not have a garbage disposal, the barb will protrude from pipe extension of your sink’s P-trap. Drill access holes for dishwa