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Dis Old Dishwasher

  1. #1
    Fonaplats victim of incest [daylong jump-start that nome]


    Earlier today I picked up a stand alone dishwasher for $50.
    The bastard forgot to give me the quick disconnect part that hooks to the sink.
    Says he will bring it to Dayton (I guess he works in Dayton) or will mail it to me asap.
    But even with the damn part I still don't see how I'd attach it to my faucet as it is designed to.
    Here is the same part from Lowes.



    My situation is slightly different than most in that I can't really put this beast anywhere near my kitchen sink for reasons I'm not getting into right now.

    My thoughts are to get a Y connection and hook it to the hot water supply for the washing machine and then also connect a drain tube to the drain for the washing machine.
    Scrounge up some 10 or 12 ft hoses and some clamps and call it a fucking day.
    But at the same time it would be nice to be able to have a pressure relief for the water supply so I can unhook the damn thing without water spraying all over the place.

    Thoughts???
  2. #2
    Fonaplats victim of incest [daylong jump-start that nome]
  3. #3
    BeeReBuddy victim of incest [pimp your due marabout]
    Im laying down to try and catch 5 or 6 more hours of sleep.
    Setting my alarm for 10am and going to the hardware store to buy the longest set of hoses I can find and whatever fittings I need to make this shit work.

    Stay tuned.
  4. #4
    Sophie Pedophile Tech Support
    I got a dishwasher but i usually just cook for two, so it takes a while to fill up. So what little dishes there are my gf generally washes after dinner. Which is a good deal if you ask me, considering i cook top tier homemade meals if we're not eating out or getting take-out.
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