|Posted by Dale's Plumbing Service on January 15, 19100 at 00:15:51:|
|In response to Re: What needs to be done to install a built-in dishwasher?|
: I am not sure if the plumber I had do my plumbing ran all the outlets I need. Do I need permanent piping ran into my walls to install a built-in dishwasher? I am not sure what he had in mind for me to do. I have a hot and cold for my sink but nothing else.
: Also I need to repair a screw hole in my galvanized piping. It is not screwed together. It is, I guess, glued and soddered together at the joints. I am thinking I would have to take my hack-saw and cut off about a 6" to 8" peice replace it. Would I need more than another 6" to 8" inch piece of pipe to insure a proper fix? Let me know if you can help me.
Josh, All the lines you need to install your dishwasher are there. Put a tee on the hot water with a valve for the dishwasher. Drain the dishwasher to the garbage disposal or dishwasher drain tee through an air gap if required in your area. They do not glue galvanized or solder galvanized. You had better get a plumber to your home to help on that repair. Good luck. Dale Peck LMP
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