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Versione corrente di: Jeff Suovanen ,

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This sounds to me like the drain hose is incorrectly connected to the drain, causing kitchen sink wastewater to back up into the dishwasher.
 
The dishwasher drain hose sits lower than the sink drain, and this must be accounted for to keep from having a back-flow situation. There is a simpler way to do this than my instructions below, and while it may work, any future clogged drains will cause your issue again.
 
The proper and most sanitary way would be to install an [http://www.amazon.com/KOHLER-K-9110-VS-Cover-Vibrant-Stainless/dp/B0018KTL4W/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1464724922&sr=8-1&keywords=air+gap|air gap] into the sink. This device fits into one of the extra holes on the top of your sink and has a cap (usually chrome) to make it look nice. The air gap device has two connections, one that comes in from the dishwasher and the other that flows back down to the drain. The air gap keeps you from having a direct hose connection between the dishwasher and the drain and will allow for the dishwasher to overflow into the sink if the drain pipe gets clogged.
 
Search google for "dishwasher air gap" and you'll find all the information you need. iFixit also has a [https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/Whirlpool_Dishwasher_Not_Draining|Whirlpool dishwasher not draining] page with fixes for wastewater drainage problems (it says “Whirlpool” but really it applies to dishwashers in general).
Search google for "dishwasher air gap" and you'll find all the information you need. iFixit also has a [https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/Whirlpool_Dishwasher_Not_Draining|Whirlpool dishwasher not draining] page with fixes for wastewater drainage problems (it says “Whirlpool” but really it applies to dishwashers in general).
 
Good luck!

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Modifica di: Marty Rippens ,

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This sounds to me like the drain hose is incorrectly connected to the drain anddrain, causing kitchen sink waste-water is backingwastewater to back up into the dishwasher.
This sounds to me like the drain hose is incorrectly connected to the drain anddrain, causing kitchen sink waste-water is backingwastewater to back up into the dishwasher.
 
The dishwasher drain hose sits lower than the drainsink drain, and this must be accounted for to keep from having a back-flow situation. There is a simpler way to do this than my instructions below, and while it may work, any future clogged drains will cause your issue again.
The dishwasher drain hose sits lower than the drainsink drain, and this must be accounted for to keep from having a back-flow situation. There is a simpler way to do this than my instructions below, and while it may work, any future clogged drains will cause your issue again.
 
The proper and most sanitary way would be to install an air-gap[http://www.amazon.com/KOHLER-K-9110-VS-Cover-Vibrant-Stainless/dp/B0018KTL4W/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1464724922&sr=8-1&keywords=air+gap|air gap] into the sink. This device fits into one of the extra holes on the top of your sink and has a cap (usually chrome) to make it look nice. The air-gapair gap device has two connections, one that comes in from the dishwasher and the other that flows back down to the drain. The air-gapair gap keeps you from having a direct hose connection between the dishwasher and the drain and will allow for the dishwasher to overflow into the sink if the drain pipe gets clogged.
The proper and most sanitary way would be to install an air-gap[http://www.amazon.com/KOHLER-K-9110-VS-Cover-Vibrant-Stainless/dp/B0018KTL4W/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1464724922&sr=8-1&keywords=air+gap|air gap] into the sink. This device fits into one of the extra holes on the top of your sink and has a cap (usually chrome) to make it look nice. The air-gapair gap device has two connections, one that comes in from the dishwasher and the other that flows back down to the drain. The air-gapair gap keeps you from having a direct hose connection between the dishwasher and the drain and will allow for the dishwasher to overflow into the sink if the drain pipe gets clogged.
 
Search google for "dishwasher air gap" and you'll find all the information you need.
 
Good luck!

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Post originale di: Todd Ratka ,

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This sounds to me like the drain hose is incorrectly connected to the drain and kitchen sink waste-water is backing up into the dishwasher.

The dishwasher drain hose sits lower than the drain and this must be accounted for to keep from having a back-flow situation.  There is a simpler way to do this than my instructions below, and while it may work, any future clogged drains will cause your issue again.

The proper and most sanitary way would be to install an air-gap into the sink. This device fits into one of the extra holes on the top of your sink and has a cap (usually chrome) to make it look nice.  The air-gap device has two connections, one that comes in from the dishwasher and the other that flows back down to the drain.  The air-gap keeps you from having a direct hose connection between the dishwasher and the drain and will allow for the dishwasher to overflow into the sink if the drain pipe gets clogged.

Search google for "dishwasher air gap" and you'll find all the information you need.

Good luck!

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