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#1 Brewster

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Posted 08 September 2005 - 07:03 PM

I just bought a Danby countertop dishwasher (model # DDW396W) but don't want it on the counter. I want it under the sink which requires me to hook it up with normal hoses. So I tried to attach new hoses, but it uses hose threads that dont exist. So I started messing with the water inlet valve solenoid and broke it. So i need to replace it but while I am at it I thought I might as well get one with a normal 3/4 compression end to it instead of the danby end that only danby hoses connect to.

Question: can I use any single solenoid water inlet valve? is it possible to substitute one used in a whirlpool or GE regular sized dishwasher? or should substitute it with another countertop dishwasher like a haier?

The broken inlet valve says
110~120V
4W
50/60Hz
Tu 40 degrees C
Tm 85 degrees C
S0046/W
ULNO.MH11723

The broken inlet valve was made of plastic.


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Posted 09 September 2005 - 03:13 AM

[user=3300]Brewster[/user] wrote:

Question: can I use any single solenoid water inlet valve?


Only critical parameters to match are wattage and flow rate (which is determined by the size of teh flow restricing orifice inside the valve). Should work fine.




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