connecting washing machine and dishwasher waste

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  1. tomhumf

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    Hi guys,

    I currently have a washing machine with a vertical waste tube, with a p-trap? At bottom, that my washing machines hose goes into the top of. We plan to install a dishwasher next to it and would like to combine the wastes. Assuming this is possible, what's the best way to do it? I'm a bit concerned about them both being on at same time and having water gushing out. The sink is the other end of kitchen so not possible to connect to its waste.

    Thanks for any suggestions
    Tom
     
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    How about McAlpine V33WM?
    Could suit you well!
    John :)
     
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    Ok I've seen those, does the grey part of my hose fit onto here? Do they need a jubilee clip or something?
     
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    Yes, sometimes, the hose ends need cutting away and a jubilee clip secures them.
    John :)
     
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    As above, or click HERE for another couple of options...
     
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