Replacing Kitchen Sink PVC Pipes, Washers, P-Trap, center joints and arms w Dishwasher Attachment

Replacing Kitchen Sink PVC Pipes, Washers, P-Trap, center joints and arms w Dishwasher Attachment

3 Main Problems Explained! This was made by an amateur who learned some things & is sharing them in an easy to understand way! I had 3 major problems that I came across when replacing the PVC Pipes under my kitchen sink. First of the washers / gaskets: There were 2 different kinds a flanged washers and smooth 1 1/2″ washers. The directions on the bag from Home Depot did not explain well enough what to do with these! Secondly: How to connect a threaded PVC pipe to a Non-Threaded PVC Pipe… that one took a while! Thirdly: How to attach Dishwasher Attachment to the pipes under the sink. I hope the things I learned can help you with your DIY project under the kitchen sink. This video Includes the P-Trap, center joints and arms w/ Dishwasher Attachment. Just one stay at home mom taking on another house repair project! Hope this video helps you repair your leaky sink pipes!
*How to Installing Install Repair Repairing Replace Replacing Kitchen Sink PVC Pipes P Trap dishwasher attachment arms center joints * 10 inch groove joint pliers, small hand saw, everbilt leak tight washers, stay at home mom diy,



aox32 says:

This video was great! Thank you so much.

Melissa Kootsikas says:

You are the best! Your explanation was perfect and completely solved my issue! Thank you so much! Now I don't need to call a plumber. I did it myself!! 🙂

Heidi Huber says:

After almost a month of going to the store and googling, your video answered all of my questions (except what those flat washers do!!) My sink is now running perfectly and God bless you for the post 🙂

Azteca Brun says:

Your video inspired me to fix my kitchen sink by myself. I particularly liked the way your pipes look nice and straight. Tools, washers, non threaded pipes and your instructions really helped out!


How about the garbage disposel??? Absolutely can't ignore that.

Indira Moyer says:

Thanks for explaining the washers. I went to go put my sink back together (took it apart last night, but hubs forgot to buy the sink drain seal) this morning, found that straight washer, and couldn't for the life of me remember where it went. You probably saved me from having to do it all over again. Appreciate ya!

mandy lewis says:

so happy I watched your video, I too had the problem with fixing a plain end to a screw end…now I don't have a problem…leak fixed, thank you xxx

Marjohn Salhi says:

This video a) inspired me to believe I could replace my kitchen pipes after a leak b) gave a thorough explanation as to how I would go about doing so.. great video!

Mary Renner says:

Wish I had found this before I called the plumber…………

Joan Burbank says:

Thank you so much! your video answered all my questions and I just finished replacing my kitchen sink plumbing! great job.

Chris Haskell says:

i could not for the life of me figure out the non threaded connected to threaded part. thank you sooooo much for this great tutorial.

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