How to change a dishwasher air break system

  1. Dishwasher
    How to change a dishwasher air break system
  2. Safety first remove plug from mains socket
    Safety First
  3. Tools required are a Phillips screwdriver
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  4. Using the phillips screwdriver remove 2 screws and remove lid.
    Lid removal
  5. Using the phillips screwdriver remove 2 screws and remove front bottom closure.
    Front bottom closure
  6. Using the phillips screwdriver remove screws and remove side panels
    Side panel removal
  7. From inside the load compartment release the plastic retaining nut.
    Container cup 1
  8. Remove the retaining nut
    Container cup 2
  9. Remove the vent from the air break system
    Container cup 3
  10. Remove the top pipe from the air break system
    Container cup 4
  11. Remove the corbin clip & remove the bottom pipe from the air break system
    Container cup 5
  12. Remove the air break system from the water softener
    Container cup 6
  13. Take the new matrix from its package ensuring its correct for the appliance
    Container cup large electronic
  14. Fit the new air break system to the water softener
    Container cup 6
  15. Replace the bottom hose and secure with the corbin clip.
    Container cup 5
  16. Replace the top hose
    Container cup 4
  17. Replace the vent to the air break system
    Container cup 3
  18. From inside the load compartment replace the plastic retaining nut.
    Container cup 2
  19. By hand firmly tighten the retaining nut
    Container cup 1
  20. Using the phillips screwdriver replace side panels and replace screws.
    Side panel removal
  21. Using the phillips screwdriver replace bottom closure securing with 2 screws
    Front bottom closure
  22. Using the phillips screwdriver replace lid securing with 2 screws 
    Lid removal
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Disclaimer: The information provided has been prepared as a guide only and the steps taken are likely to vary for different appliance models. We strongly recommend using a qualified engineer to undertake major repairs and fault finding.

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