Okay. I completely remodeled my kitchen. The sink is in the same area. I moved the dishwasher. The dishwasher they had in here was not working and was disconnected from the power source (they had it tied into a junction box with multiple lines) I am running a new line so the dishwasher is on its own breaker. This is a one level ranch house.
#1 The water supply line was cut and ran down into the basement. I looked around and there was a copper pipe 3/4 in (what ever the standard is) cut and has a valve on it. My guess is this was the water supply line. I would like to use this. The valve has the copper pipe coming out of it. My questions are:
-3/4 of a inch to copper tubing (flexible) what do I use? My guess is a reducer but the fitting it solider how to do you tighten it? Tighten it and then solder?
-So after this I run the copper tubbing up from through the floor. How does it attach to the dishwasher, what fiting do I use, my thought is you solder the fittings but then it wont turn because then its all one solid piece?
#2 The drain pipe they had coming from the dishwasher down into the main sewage pipe with a rubber tubing into a 3/4 - 1 inch copper pipe into a reducer. I am going to remove the rubber tubing and then put on a copper cap. I think that is the easiest and the right way in doing it for now. I am then going to drain into the kitchen sink drain pipe.