How To Installation Portable Countertop Dishwasher
Portable countertop dishwasher – A portable countertop dishwasher is a convenient alternative to washing dishes by hand and can be stored away when not in use. It is very useful in a small house in a full-size dishwasher does not fit, or when the dishwasher is not broken. Although it is designed for use on a countertop, the portable dishwasher can also go on the floor. Countertop dishwashers come with simple installation instructions and require a space for placement and drainage. Place the dishwasher on the hob and the level of the hob. Place it in a place that is near the sink for drainage purposes. Choose a place that has an 18-inch headroom below the cabinets.
Otherwise the dishwasher will not fit. Locate the four screws below the dishwasher and adjust them so that they are level with the countertop. Remove the aerator from the sink faucet and replace it with the one provided in the packaging of the portable countertop dishwasher. Connect the quick connect adapter to the tap with pliers. Once the new aerator is in place, you can easily pop the quick connect adapter in and out whenever you want. Connect the dishwasher to the service. Attach the straight end of the feed tube to the back of the dishwasher and the bent end of the inlet hose to the wrench.
Tighten both ends firmly with pliers. Place the drain hose in a vertical drain pipe or in the sink. Use the U-bend plastic with the dishwasher to bend the U-shaped drain hose at one end. Fit the bent end of the hose into the drain or sump pipe. Connect the other end of the drain hose to the drain hole on the back of the portable countertop dishwasher using the clip provided. Open the water tap. Check the inlet hose and the drain hose for leakage testing both cold and hot water before operating the machine. Plug the dishwasher into a grounded outlet and charge it with the dishes.