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Old 03-15-2016, 10:26 PM   #1
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Appliance Questions again

Looking at a dishwasher, hate doing dishes. I have seen several counter-top models. In looking through threads I believe I saw a model that fits in a large drawer.

Could you put the counter-top model permanently in a cabinet with a fake drawer cover? My concern would be the heat created by the appliance itself but if it was drained properly it shouldn't be an issue unless I am missing something.
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My concern would be the heat created by the appliance itself but if it was drained properly it shouldn't be an issue unless I am missing something.

Amazon has a few of them, most do not have heating elements in them so you have to have hot water available. You can permanently plumb them, just by cutting off the adapter for intake/discharge and connecting them accordingly.

I thought about doing this too. I haven't made a final decision based on the fact I don't know if I will have the room. If you're worried about steam, you can always build in a vent similar to a stove and vent it outside....
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Thanks to you both, I swear if I didn't have this website/forum my bus would probably just burst into a giant fireball/steam explosion/electric arc......within 1 hour of starting it for the first trip.
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Thanks to you both, I swear if I didn't have this website/forum my bus would probably just burst into a giant fireball/steam explosion/electric arc......within 1 hour of starting it for the first trip.

You're very welcome! Just no fireballs, electrical arcs, or steam explosions are allowed. I am not much good on advising how to regrow your eyebrows or skin back!!
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