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Old 2013-06-09, 07:25 PM
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I had a bit of an accident and about three gallons of water ended up all over my kitchen floor. Water went down the hole for the dishwasher plug to the basement and I don't recall if the plug is directly on the floor or not. Breaker is off right now.

Does anyone have pics of the power plug that Tamarack installs for the dishwasher?

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I had a bit of an accident and about three gallons of water ended up all over my kitchen floor. Water went down the hole for the dishwasher plug to the basement and I don't recall if the plug is directly on the floor or not. Breaker is off right now.

Does anyone have pics of the power plug that Tamarack installs for the dishwasher?

TIA.
I don't have pictures, but I just installed mine so I can tell you where it was in my new house. The top of the dishwasher cable/plug, when plugged into the bottom of the two sockets, was just below the 6-inch mark as measured from the finished floor. I know this because it was just the amount of clearance I needed in order to fit in the recessed area in the back of the dishwasher. So that definitely keeps the outlet itself a few inches off the floor.

Really sorry to hear about the water... what happened?
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Thanks Trepex. That's very re-assuring.

My fish bowl had a crack in it and when I went to pick it up, the whole thing crumbled in my hands.
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