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Gather all the installation pieces that came with the unit. Carefully tilt the dishwasher onto the floor, revealing the underside.
Undo the electrical housing and attach the power cord to the electrical wires: black to black, white to white and green to green.
Attach the appropriate change over fitting for the water hose, and then stand the unit upright.
Using a pair of pliers, attach the waste disposal hose using spring clamps that come with the dishwasher.
Once everything is connected to the unit, move it closer to the installation area. Push the dishwasher into place, while pushing both the waste hose and the hot water hose into the area underneath the sink.
Plug the dishwasher into the receptacle. Slowly push the unit completely into the space where it will remain permanently. If the unit doesn't fit, adjust and level the feet of the dishwasher.
Attach the hot water line to your existing plumbing, as well as the waste hose onto your waste water line.
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