Install a built-in dishwasher
Built-in dishwashers fit directly into your furniture. It is therefore necessary to provide them with a place when you design your kitchen.
Tools and materials needed:
An adhesive vapor barrier.
A tape measure.
A spirit level.
Step 1: Prepare the location and the dishwasher.
Start by installing an adhesive vapor barrier tape between the dishwasher and the worktop at the end of the dishwasher. Thus, your worktop will not be damaged by the heat that emerges every time you open the dishwasher.
Clear your device and make sure it is straight with the spirit level. If this is not the case, it will then adjust his feet or stall with small skates.
Step 2: Connect the dishwasher to the water supply.
To connect your dishwasher to the water supply, connect it directly to your cold water faucet, which usually has an inlet for this purpose.
If this is not the case, then it will be necessary to use a self-piercing tap.
Step 3: Connect the dishwasher drain.
Theoretically, your siphon must have a connection to connect the dishwasher drain. Simply connect them together according to the instructions in your user manual and make sure that the duct is about six inches high.
If your siphon is inaccessible or does not have an additional connection, it must be connected directly to the drain pipe.
Step 4: Plug in the dishwasher.
It is imperative to plug your dishwasher into a grounded outlet.
Step 5: the finishes.
Finally, install your door decoration by screwing it or fixing it as indicated on your instructions.