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I pulled my ge nautilus dishwasher out cause of a water leak it wasnt the dishwasher but i disconnected some hoses and possibly wire connections are there diagrams or owners mannuals it appears to be 6-8 years old

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Find out who makes the nautilus (Westinghouse or GE,i.e.) check with their online custmor support.

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