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Manage My Life

I have a 630.1630.240 dishwasher. How do I replace the drain hose? This is NOT covered in the use and cars nor installation manual

by Manage My Life Last activity date:
March 14th, 2013

remove and install part # 298564

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The directions should say to remove the two scews at the bottom back before laying on its back
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Daniel; I added a three images below with instructions. The first one appears too small but the other two should be large enough.
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what about the springs that counter balance the door?
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OK how does the base come off, how many screws? are there screws one should not undo?
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Daniel; If this is the case, you will have to lay the dishwasher on its back and remove the base to access the drain hose and drain pump.
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Dishwasher is out , free and clear. hose is not connected to back of washer it goes into the washers guts
how do I get to the end attached to the washer?
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Thank you for your question and I understand your concern.

The dishwasher will need to be removed from under the counter top to remove and replace the drain hose.

Remove power to the dishwasher by flipping the house circuit breaker off for the dishwasher. Turn the water off

and then remove the screws on the lower access panel and remove the panel. Disconnect the water supply line from the water inlet valve. Remove the mounting screw to remove the electrical junction box cover. Disconnect the black, white and ground wire from inside the junction box. Remove the screw to release the strain relief bracket. Remove the nut securing the wires in the cable. Disconnect the drain hose from the sink or disposal.  Feed the drain hose back through the cabinet. Open the door and remove the mounting bracket screws from under the counter top. You may need to removal the locking screw and the adjust the front legs up for more clearance.  Carefully pull the dishwasher out from under the cabinet and be careful not to scratch the flooring. Remove the drain hose clamp from the back of the dishwasher and pull the drain hose off. Be aware of water coming out of the drain hose.

Reverse the procedure to install the new hose to re-install the dishwasher.

 If you get to the point where you need to have a service technician to remove and replace the drain hose, you can schedule service through this link:

Sears Home Services.
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the image on the page of the directions was too small to read. Clicking on the image didnot help it stayed small. I enlarged it but it was pixelated or had too low of a resolution to see what to do.
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Replacing a part on the dishwasher may seem like a difficult task without the proper instructions.  While you are waiting for an expert to respond I was able to locate some great information that could possibly assist you with your issue.  I have added the link below. Hope this helps! 
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