|Posted by hj on January 04, 19101 at 08:37:10:|
|In response to Re: Dishwasher Air Gap|
It is done that way more often than through an air gap. Just be sure that the hose is routed up against the bottom of the countertop before entering the disposer so that water will not flow backwards into the dishwasher if the disposer becomes plugged.
: I was having prob;ems with water coming out of my air gap onto my countertop. My air gap was monted at sink level. I disconneceted it and ran my drain line directly into my hose that runs to my disposel and everything seemed to operate alright. Will this be ok? Or will this create problems later on?
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