How to Connect a Countertop Dishwasher

Jul 9th

Those who do not like to wash dishes by hand will be happy to know that there is nothing complicated involved in connecting a countertop dishwasher. Once you have decided on what you want and have purchased the countertop dishwasher, plug it easily.

The Countertop Dishwasher Style
The Countertop Dishwasher Style

Connect the countertop dishwasher to the water inlet (tap) and a water outlet, where dirty water can drain. Drainage is usually sunk. The dishwasher will come with a hose and connector so that you attach to your faucet to get it working. Pull the hose behind the dishwasher. Place the dish in the best place on the counter so that the hose can be connected to the tap. Pull down the black ring on the connector and slide the end of the faucet.

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Release the ring you hear a click. This sound indicates that the connector is properly connected to the tap. Give it a firm tug to make sure it is connected. Open hot water. No water will drain in the sink. Switch the countertop dishwasher. Adjust the setting to match what the load of dishes being cleaned. Turn the dishwasher worktop. You should hear it begins to fill with water. Within minutes the dirty water will drain into the sink rinse cycle. When the cycle is complete, the machine will shut down.