The drain hose connector connects the drain hose to the air gap or garbage disposal under the sink. If it cracks, wastewater will start to leak under your sink. Repair the problem as soon as possible by ordering a replacement drain hose connector, which is part #00088403 for Bosch dishwashers, and follow these quick steps.
1. Unplug your dishwasher.
Before you start any appliance repairs, regardless of the appliance, it’s important to unplug it or flip the appliance’s circuit breaker. This keeps you safe from a potential electrical injury, especially when you’re near water. Make sure the plug is elevated or pushed safely out of the way.
2. Disconnect the drain hose from the air gap or garbage disposal.
Set down a towel under your garbage disposal or wherever the drain hose is connected. There may be a bit of water in the drain hose that you don’t want spilling onto the floor of the cabinet. Then start to disconnect the drain hose
To do this,
3. Replace the drain hose connector.
Before you install the new connector, center the clamps to get them out of the way. If your part doesn’t come with new clamps, you can reuse the ones from the old part
Contact us at Twin Cities Appliance for more help with appliance repairs and troubleshooting leaks.