Water inlet connection:
2 options for filling
Using the water inlet hose
Plug in via Bob’s connection on the back, and on the other side to a water inlet via the 19 mm (3/4 inch) threaded end and make sure the connection is firmly tightened.
Using Bob’s built-in water tank
Fill Bob’s water tank to use it autonomously as a freestanding dishwasher. In this case, no water inlet hose is needed!
Use the Bob Carafe to quickly fill the water tank with cold or hot water up to 60°C (140°F).
Water outlet connection:
Plug the water drain hose into the back of Bob.
To prevent leaks, use the provided clamp to secure the water drain hose.
2 options for draining wastewater
1 Siphon drain pipe
Connect the water drain hose to a siphon drain pipe (usually accessible under the sink).
Warning: The draining wastewater can reach temperatures of up to 70°C (158°F).
Install the water drain hose in a fixed or flexible way using the equipment provided with your Bob.
Place the water drain hose directly into your sink and secure it with the equipment provided with your Bob.
Place the water drain hose in a container (jerrican, bucket, etc…)
Power plug :
Secure the power cable to Bob’s electricity connection and connect the power cable to a 100-120V 60Hz plug.
Before connecting Bob to a power supply, make sure that the voltage on the type plate corresponds to the voltage of your power supply.
Do not plug or unplug Bob by pulling the cord, always pull the plug directly from the base.
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