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Danby Pump-To-Heating Element Hose Replacement #673000900045

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This video provides step-by-step repair instructions for replacing the pump-to-heating element hose on a Danby dishwasher. The most common reasons for replacing the hose are if the dishwasher is not filling properly, or if there is poor water pressure to the dishwasher.

All of the information for this dishwasher hose replacement video is applicable to the following brands:
Danby

Tools needed: 5/8" wrench, adjustable wrench, Phillip's head screwdriver, zip ties

Step By Step Instructions

1
To replace the pump-to-heating element hose in your dishwasher, you will need to uninstall the appliance. To do this, turn off the power to your dishwasher
2
Shut off the water supply valve.
3
Remove the lower access panel by lifting it up from the bottom to detach.
4
Use a 5/8th inch wrench or an adjustable wrench to help unthread the water supply line from the inlet valve elbow fitting be prepared for some water to spill.
5
Next, use a phillips-head screwdriver to unthread the screw securing the junction box cover. Then pull the cover off.
6
Note the location of the wires then untwist the wire nuts to disconnect the wires.
7
Unthread the strain relief nut if applicable and detach the strain relief from the junction box.
8
Next, disconnect the drain hose from the sink drain or garbage disposer and feed it through the cabinet.
9
Open the dishwasher door and remove the mounting bracket screws.
10
To move the dishwasher, you may need to adjust the legs to lower the appliance.
11
Very carefully pull the dishwasher away from the cabinet.
12
Tip the dishwasher back so it rests on its rear panel.
13
Break the pinch clamp securing the pump-to-heating element hose to the heating element.
14
Pull the hose off of the element.
15
Now break the second pinch clamp securing the hose to the circulation pump.
16
Cut the zip tie securing the hose to the sump bracket and fully remove the old hose.
17
Prepare the new pump-to-heating element hose for installation by sliding new clamps over each end.
18
Attach the smaller end of the hose to the outlet port on the circulation pump.
19
Secure it with the clamp.
20
Attach the larger end of the hose to the heating element and secure it with the clamp.
21
Use a zip tie to secure the hose to the sump bracket.
22
Return the dishwasher to its upright position.
23
Make sure the end of the drain hose is accessible through the cabinet wall then gently slide the dishwasher back into the cabinet.
24
Adjust the leveling legs if necessary.
25
Replace the screws to secure the mounting brackets to the cabinet or countertop.
26
Feed the drain hose through the cabinet and connect it to the sink drain or disposer.
27
Make sure the hose is elevated above the connection point.
28
Fully position the wire strain relief in the junction box and secure the strain relief nut if applicable.
29
Connect the wires using the wire nuts.
30
Align the cover and replace the screw to secure.
31
Reconnect the water supply line to the inlet valve elbow fitting.
32
Realign the lower access panel and snap it into place.
33
With the repair completed, turn the water supply back on as well as the power and your dishwasher should be ready for use.
Description
This video provides step-by-step repair instructions for replacing the pump-to-heating element hose on a Danby dishwasher. The most common reasons for replacing the hose are if the dishwasher is not filling properly, or if there is poor water pressure to the dishwasher.

All of the information for this dishwasher hose replacement video is applicable to the following brands:
Danby

Tools needed: 5/8" wrench, adjustable wrench, Phillip's head screwdriver, zip ties
Step-By-Step Instructions
1
To replace the pump-to-heating element hose in your dishwasher, you will need to uninstall the appliance. To do this, turn off the power to your dishwasher
2
Shut off the water supply valve.
3
Remove the lower access panel by lifting it up from the bottom to detach.
4
Use a 5/8th inch wrench or an adjustable wrench to help unthread the water supply line from the inlet valve elbow fitting be prepared for some water to spill.
5
Next, use a phillips-head screwdriver to unthread the screw securing the junction box cover. Then pull the cover off.
6
Note the location of the wires then untwist the wire nuts to disconnect the wires.
7
Unthread the strain relief nut if applicable and detach the strain relief from the junction box.
8
Next, disconnect the drain hose from the sink drain or garbage disposer and feed it through the cabinet.
9
Open the dishwasher door and remove the mounting bracket screws.
10
To move the dishwasher, you may need to adjust the legs to lower the appliance.
11
Very carefully pull the dishwasher away from the cabinet.
12
Tip the dishwasher back so it rests on its rear panel.
13
Break the pinch clamp securing the pump-to-heating element hose to the heating element.
14
Pull the hose off of the element.
15
Now break the second pinch clamp securing the hose to the circulation pump.
16
Cut the zip tie securing the hose to the sump bracket and fully remove the old hose.
17
Prepare the new pump-to-heating element hose for installation by sliding new clamps over each end.
18
Attach the smaller end of the hose to the outlet port on the circulation pump.
19
Secure it with the clamp.
20
Attach the larger end of the hose to the heating element and secure it with the clamp.
21
Use a zip tie to secure the hose to the sump bracket.
22
Return the dishwasher to its upright position.
23
Make sure the end of the drain hose is accessible through the cabinet wall then gently slide the dishwasher back into the cabinet.
24
Adjust the leveling legs if necessary.
25
Replace the screws to secure the mounting brackets to the cabinet or countertop.
26
Feed the drain hose through the cabinet and connect it to the sink drain or disposer.
27
Make sure the hose is elevated above the connection point.
28
Fully position the wire strain relief in the junction box and secure the strain relief nut if applicable.
29
Connect the wires using the wire nuts.
30
Align the cover and replace the screw to secure.
31
Reconnect the water supply line to the inlet valve elbow fitting.
32
Realign the lower access panel and snap it into place.
33
With the repair completed, turn the water supply back on as well as the power and your dishwasher should be ready for use.

Applicable Product Model

Parts Needed
Hose
Hose
$10.96
Total$0.00

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