Ok, I have had it with dishwashers installed so far away from the sink and through solid cabinets that it's impossible to get the drain and fill hoses out and back in the tiny holes in the kitchen cabinets. It's as if the contractor built the kitchen cabinets around the dishwasher.
I had one today where it was impossible to pass the drain hose through the tiny holes in the solid cabinets. I've tried taping hard sticks to the drain hose and even zip tying hard sticks to the drain hose and still the hose won't stay stiff enough to pass through the holes.
ANY ideas aside from telling the customer to cut out one side wall of the kitchen cabinets?
Can somebody tell these knuckleheads that dishwashers NEED to be installed as close to the kitchen sink as possible so you don't need to join 2 drain hoses together and the dishwasher needs to be installed SQUARELY with the cabinets and not at an angle or corner?