Get that new dishwasher up and running in no time with a little help from our installation guide. We’ll walk you through disconnecting your old appliance and how to connect your shiny new model. If you don’t fancy doing it yourself and haven’t already bought your new dishwasher, choose our installation service at checkout and we’ll take care of it for you.
Here's what you'll need:
Carefully shuffle your old appliance out from its home and uplug it from the socket. Turn off your water supply and grab yourself a bucket and a towel.
Take out the water hose pipe from the back of the machine and tip any remaining water from the pipe into the bucket.
Using pliers or a wrench, remove the other end of the water hose from the wall. Empty any remaining water from the hose into your bucket.
Remove the drain hose from the waste pipe under or near your sink and pour out the wastewater.
Put the blanking disk (a flat disc shaped screw) inside the water pipe to prevent any leaks.
First, make sure the area is big enough for your appliance and that you have access to a power supply, water supply and a drain. Next, turn the water supply off at the valve, this should be under the sink.
Remove any packaging and go through the manual as some models can differ. Check whether you’re connecting to hot or cold fill. Top Tip: Tilt the dishwasher onto its side to make connection easier.
Your dishwasher will come with a hose to connect your machine to your household plumbing. Screw the hose onto your water supply, make sure it’s fastened tight before you turn it on.
Connect the dishwasher’s outlet hose to the standpipe (the built-in pipe), the hose will sit loosely in the pipe.
Before you move it into place, make sure it’s level by adjusting the feet at the bottom and using a spirit level. Now that it’s level and all the pipes are connected; you can move it into place.
Plug the appliance in and turn on the water supply. Now you’re all plugged in, run a test cycle to make sure everything’s working as it should.
Here's what you'll need:
Make sure you have a cabinet door that matches your kitchen as well as the requirements of the dishwasher.
You should get a template with your dishwasher. This helps you make sure you fit the fixings in the right parts of the cabinet door. Line the template with your cabinet door. Mark off the points with a pencil.
Attach and screw in the door rollers (these are metal plates with two wheels) and connection pieces. Make sure each piece is fastened tight.
Now you can slide the door into the roller slots on the integrated door. Just lift it up and slide it into place.
Screw in the final few fixings to make sure the cabinet and fixing plate are properly attached to the dishwasher. We would always recommend following the instructions that come with your machine for the best results.
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Our standard installation service for freestanding dishwashers is £40 while our complete installation bundle is £55. This includes us disconnecting your old appliance and recycling it. Our installation service for integrated models costs £100 because it’s a bigger job.
This is because our installation experts need to make sure that your furniture door will fit nicely on your new model. Also, it generally takes longer to install an integrated appliance.
Within reason, yes. Freestanding models can be installed wherever there’s access to a water and drain connection. Integrated models need to be installed in a kitchen cabinet with similar access to a water and drain connection.
Dishwashers drain the water to a standpipe or through a connection to your sink.
No, you only need a cold-water connection for all dishwashers. You’ll also need a drain connection too.
This can vary depending on your property and if you already have a machine that needs disconnecting. But it roughly takes about an hour to complete in most cases.
Yes, they certainly do, they’re always inside of the new machine.
Yes, your integrated dishwasher will come with everything you need to fit a door, except the door itself.
As part of our installation service, we’ll make sure your new washing machine is up and running as it should.