Garbage Disposal Installment

Step#1:

Turn off the system near the service panel Take off the cover of the base
Loosen the screw
Remove the wire connectors

Step#2:

Unscrew the bolts on the dishwasher Remove the hose
Pull it from its fitting

Step#3:

Remove the damaged system.
If you want to remove the dispenser, put pressure on the bottom Rotate the three tab ring in clockwise direction, until it comes off Unscrew the three bolts and removing the ring
Push the drain off and clean the old putty

Step#4:

Attach putty
Put a drain assembly
Make a 1/2 inch thick putty, about ten inches long Attach putty on the bottom of the drain
Add pressure and press onto the hole of the sink

Step#5:

To complete the drain arrangement, slide a piece of the cardboard washer

Attach the ring to the drain spud

Step#6:

Attach the ring onto the spud

Step#7:

Screw the bolts on tight with a slotted screwdriver
Make sure the putty comes out and is tightened onto the sink

Step#8:

If your old disposal was made out of inflexible conduit, consider an
upgrade
Start off by attaching the previous box connector on the bottom base of the new installment

Step#9:

Get the conduit and wires in the connector and tighten the conduit Attach the wire and black lead in a single wire connector
Get the white wire and attach it in another connector
Bind the wires below the green screw and change the cover

Step#10:

If you want to use the dishwasher fitting, remove the plug with a screwdriver Extend your hand to get the disposer and try to retrieve

Step#11:

Try engaging the mounting ring tab
Use a screwdriver on the ring and rotate clockwise until the base is out

Step#12:

Attach the rubber washer above the end of the crosspiece put a metal flange on the other side
Push the flange in the slot of the disposer
Tighten the bold through the ceiling of the flange

Step#13:

Cut the crosspiece Attach to the drain tee Connect the P trap

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