How To Disconnect A Dishwasher In Easy Way

If you have an old dishwasher that you do not use and you want to replace it with a newer model. First, you have to remove your dishwasher.

Are you seeking guidance for disconnecting a dishwasher? I assure you this article will provide you more information about how to disconnect a dishwasher.

Here, I suggest a simple procedure to disconnect a dishwasher.

Components required

  • Gloves
  • Screwdriver
  • An old cloth
  • Voltage/ current detector pen

Basic steps to disconnect a dishwasher

These are the basic steps you have to remember whenever you want to disconnect a dishwasher.

  • Turn off the power
  • Turn off the water
  • Disconnect the water supply
  • Disconnect the drain line
  • Unfasten the mounting brackets
  • Lower the dishwasher
  • Remove the dishwasher

Procedure to disconnect a dishwasher

By following these procedures, you can disconnect a dishwasher. It is a simple process and you want to put some effort and tools to disconnect a dishwasher.

Step 1. Switch off the electrical power to the phase that powers the dishwasher and turn it on to ensure that it is not powered.

Step 2. Disconnect the water supply and remove the plug from the socket.

Step 3. Remove the drain from the draining house.

Step 4. Find the hot water tap underneath the sink and switch it off.

Step 5. Stare a counter and you will identify two or three brackets holding the dishwasher to the counter. Unscrew the screws that retain the dishwasher in the brackets.

Step 6. Grab the dishwasher at the front of both sides and pull it out slowly. You want to move it from one side to the other if it does not step forward. Start taking out, when it reaches a space distance of 30 – 45 cm between the back of the dishwasher, and wall.

Step 7. Use a flashlight to examine wherever the connectors are on the back of the dishwasher. It has three.

  • An electrical cable
  • A drain hose
  • A hose that carries water

Step 8. Drag out the dishwasher a little, until the connections are tighter; be careful about the wires with the bottom of the dishwasher.

Step 9. Deactivate both hoses, outlet hoses, and inlet hoses using a French wrench. Follow the source of electricity to the point where it is attached to the dishwasher wires; it may be under the access plate.

Step 10. Erase the bolt that retains the white and black wire next to each other and disconnects the ground wire.

Step 11. You need to lower it by unscrewing the legs of the dishwasher. You can take your dishwasher out.

Suggestion

  • To prevent scratching the floor, lift the dishwasher out of the cabinet. You might want to safeguard the flooring with a canvas drop cloth or a newspaper as you extract the appliance.
  • It is good to install a fixture shutoff valve.
  • You want to install an air gap fitting to prevent wastewater from contaminating the clean dishes.

Conclusion

The process of disconnecting a dishwasher is not a difficult process. You can proceed by following the above-mentioned procedures and saves your money.

I hope this article can provide you more information about how to disconnect a dishwasher.

 

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