Do you hook up hot or cold water to Ge Triton dishwasher?
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Answer . \nyes only if it is on its own breaker. the dishwasher also must be at least 20 amps and the washing machine as well. if the dishwasher is on its own breaker and they both have the same voltage than yes..
Water is made of tiny pieces called molecules. Heat makes molecules excited. They jump around and move quickly! They need space to do this. Cold, on the other hand, makes molecules slow down and it can make them nearly stop. They don't need as much room to move around and the space between them shri…nks! It would seem that cold water would have to be denser than warm water. (MORE)
Check these things: -Make sure you have water coming into the dishwasher -Check the float to make sure it isn't stuck Unplug the dishwasher for a while and plug it back in and see if it works. If that doesn't work it might be a timer problem.. Check these things: -Make sure you have wat…er coming into the dishwasher -Check the float to make sure it isn't stuck Unplug the dishwasher for a while and plug it back in and see if it works. If that doesn't work it might be a timer problem. (MORE)
You would need to ask their permission. However, if you live in a city, there is probably a requirement to have your own hookup, since you would also use the sewer and garbage services.
Some may have a water heating element inside of them, so they are not dependent on having hot water available.
Glass does not typically "break" at any temperature. If you want to be technical, the melting point of glass is 2600-2900 Â°F, which is much (much) hotter than a dishwasher is capable of. When things are hot, they grow very slightly larger due to their molecular composition. When something is h…ot and is suddenly made much cooler, it will quickly shrink back to normal. When fragile things like glass are cooled down too fast, the shape change is enough to crack or break them, especially if the glass already has hairline cracks. (MORE)
Dishwashers are cold fill. The supply line to the dishwasher therefore is connected to the "cold line" under the sink.
Of course they do ... I mix them everyday when I take a shower ... !
When you add hot water to cold water, the cold water warms upbecause of thermal conduction. Some of the kinetic energy of thehot water transfers to the cold water on contact, eventuallyleading to a uniform temperature throughout.
Cold water heats up when warm water is added because of the secondlaw of thermodynamics. Basically, the heat energy of the hot wateris distributed evenly to the colder water, raising its temperatureuntil both are in equilibrium with each other.
Neither. Technically hot water is heavier, according to quantum physics and string theory, but for practical purposes, they weigh exactly the same. hot water is less dense.
Could the lines have been switched over? body tempreature can also have an affect how you interpret the tempreature of water.
Yes until it turns to ice when it take sup more space than hot water.
To hook a drain line, not a water line, from the dishwasher to the garbage disposer is as follows: \n. there is a connection on the garbage disposer for a dishwasher (on the side) There is a plastic fitting that came with the disposer(if all parts were saved) The fitting is going to look like it ha…s barbed ridges(for tubing to slide over) on one end and a flange and seal at the other end. \n. 1) make sure the plastic is knocked out of the disposer where the fitting connects to. \n. 2) Connect fitting to disposer using 2 screws \n. 3) Connect drain hose from dishwasher to disposer by sliding rubber gromet over plastic barbed fitting. \n. Make sure you cut the rubber gromet to the right size of the fitting \n. 4) Use hose clamp over rubber gromet. \n. 5) Use zip ties to hang drain tubing as high as you can so water wont drain back into dishwasher. (new dishwashers ususally have p-trap built into the drain line already.) \n. thats it. should work \n. (MORE)
An electric socket on a car park to plug in an electric heating for the motor of your car. The heated motor can than be restarted easily a few hours later even if it's very cold outside.
Almost all dishwashers are hot fill. A built in dishwasher is only connected to the hot water.
S/B small Metal cover on front bottom right side. Simply open cover, be it snap off or small screw. Then use existing HARDWIRE (romex) and twis the black existing to the black on diswasher, the white twist to the white, and the green should have a green screw in the same area you opened at bottom ri…ght to secure. The green would be the ground for safety. (MORE)
It depends on the weather and it is usually cold but it seems warm because your body warms it up.
What could be wrong with my GE dishwasher Triton XL when it has power and water to the intake valve but it does not start the water when you hit start?
1) The flood switch has open circuited due to overload or mechanical failure. 2) The solenoid coil has open circuited or the solenoid plunger is stuck in the housing. 3) The wire screen filter in the solenoid assembly is totally clogged with debris. 4) The control circuit board has failed. 5) The is…olation valve in the water line feeding the appliance is closed. I've got this failure mode now ... and in my case ... the flood switch open circuited due to overload ... and as a result of the control circuit board failure. (MORE)
Raisins plump up more quickly in hot water because the molecules in hot water move quicker than molecules in cold water so the hot water molecules diffuse quicker into the raisin.
Water steams up by the weather. water doesn't steam up and go hot in countries like Antarctica and other cold countries. Like with human bodies, in horrendous weather you are cold and in extremely hot weather you are warm. Basically: Water depends on the weather.
Well I think you can only if you have a cold water function. . -) goodluck
Major Frank Burns and Major Margaret Houlihan were trying to write a report on the antics of the camp, when their passions ran away with them, leading to Houlihan's nickname 'Hot lips', because their 'excursion' was broadcast over the PA system.
Our 15 year old GE dishwasher is leaking water from under the unit in the wash cycle and also when it drains. Could this be a bad pump or a bad hose?
Never put your hamster in water! If you're talking about drinking water it may prefer warm or cold.
Africa is a continent, with many countries in it. Some of the countries have large cities, with very nice houses and apartments which have hot and cold running water and flushing toilets too. There are also slums with no water at all . There are also people away from the cities who live in grass hu…ts and mud huts, as they have lived for thousands of years. These people have no water at home and have to collect it and carry it back. (MORE)
well rich and wealthy people in Africa may have hot and cold water others may not. Poor people however probably only have the water they can find which is why some people sponser them they get given frech water
Why would you have hot water coming into your washer when it is supposed to be cold and everything is hooked up correctly?
You have hot water coming in when it is set on cold and also when it is on hot? You have switched the control back and forth? If yes, the fill valve where the hoses connect has to be stuck. It could also be that the Hot & Cold Supplies were plumbed in backwards in the wall. Try switching the hoses …& see if this solves the problem. If not then it could be something wrong with the washer. (MORE)
It's easy.Boil it. You will need to have the particles gain kinetic energy so they move around faster, and that will make the liquid warmer.
The reason for this is convection, when the temperature rises the liquid (in this case water) expands, causing it to rise above the cold water which is denser due to the lower temperature. So the hot water rises and the cold water sinks, making a convection current.
How do you hook up the hot and cold water lines to the new kitchen faucet you are installing the old fittings are not the same as the instructions show?
As far as I know, all kitchen faucets have the same size fitting on them. Should be a 5/8 compression. The supply maybe 3/8, 1/2 or 5/8 depending on the type of pipe in the house. You may need to get new hoses from the house pipe to the faucet. Without more information, there is no way to tell what …you need. (MORE)
Where do you not have pressure? At the sink? Probably some rust came loose and is blocking the screen in the end of the spout.
residential? commercial? new ? replacement? if its a new water heater in a new home then the easiest way is to buy copper flex's and a gas flex and make sure you have low pressure gas at your gas stop like around 10 to 14" water column. Make sure you have a cold shut off on your cold water line befo…re you hook up to the water heater and in some states they require a expansion tank. One good rule of thumb is if you have a check valve somewhere around your water meter or if on a well by your pressure tank then its a good idea to put a expansion tank. (MORE)
They use hot water and if it is not hot enough, the heating element used to dry the dishes will heat it to the right temperature.
Cold slows the rate of metabolic reactions in the body (e.g. pulse, digestion, etc.). When jumping into cold water, the heart rate can slow to a dangerous level while having to pump harder to keep the body warm. The body knows what is dangerous and sends signals to the brain when something could jeo…pardize safety. Jumping into cold water would cause the same amount of fear as boiling water. (MORE)
Hot water line. If you did hook it up to your cold water line make sure your dishwasher is set to heat the water (some models have a selectable setting for this.)
Yes, if you get the proper attachment to hook up the water line from the d/w to the faucet. Don't forget that the d/w emits quite a bit of water. Could create splashing and the drain pipes for the basin might not be able to handle that amount of water if they are plugged up.
Hot water is less dense than cold water. So if you have equal volumes of both, then the cold one is heavier than the hot one. * That's why we build stoves in such a way as to heat the bottom of the pot ... that's where the colder liquid is.
sounds like both upper and lower elements are burned or the thermoststs need to be replaced or you are getting no power to the hot water heater.
Not sure what you are asking. The control valve on the front where you set the temperature controls the burner. The thermocouple that sits in the pilot flame let the valve open when heater needs to come on. The temperature sensor is in the tank and is on the back side of the control valve. All of th…ese have their part to play in causing the burner to light and shut off. (MORE)
hot water is going to give us the heat for cooking and things like that and cold is for drinking for cooling down heat and so when we have warm it is mostly like room temperature which is healthy for you to drink when a little cold and warm
Where it is makes no difference, as long as it is vented. If you are asking if it can be hooked up outside, it could be, but unprotected, it would not last very long and for either gas or electric, rain would be an issue.
It depends, usually there is a switch either going up or side ways, to turn it on for a going up switch flip it up but be careful the water may be hot or cold therefor you adjust it by turning it right or left. With a sideways sink turn it left or right, again be careful water maybe at a dangerous t…emperature! Hope that help! Good luck :) (MORE)
Letter H is stamped out on back of washing machine above or beside correct inlet for hot water.
Salt water exists over a wide range of temperatures; there is no required temperature. It is cold at the poles and warmer at the equator. It can freeze when it is cold enough, and you can boil it on the stove.
No, the water fills to about 3-4 inches then is squirted through the top and bottom sprayers.
Yes, an expansion tank can be hooked up to a hot water line. This is commonly done in the case of hot water home heating systems.
You can buy GE dishwasher parts online at the website called GE Appliance Parts, you can order over 65,000 appliance parts and also accessories from them.
Some wash basins are just plumbed this way. Other times, hot waterheater may not be working or have been shut off.
I have used GE, Jon Woods , Bradford White and Ruud during the past 10 years and have seen no significant differences in reliability between them. -In fact compared to the tanks of the '70's and 80's, most modern tanks are thin, badly assembled and use cheap components.