Depending on the exact situation you might be able to convert the DW to
cord-and-plug connected, and install a duplex receptacle under your sink.
That would allow you to use flexible cord instead of Romex. Steve
On Thu, Feb 1, 2018 at 8:06 PM, Tony <email@example.com> wrote:
> Thanks Jim — with a 1 inch inside diameter, I should be able to get
> several turns of Romex through it. Not sure what the optimal number of
> turns would be. Obviously the size of the cable limits the number of turns.
> Sent from my iPad
> > On Feb 1, 2018, at 9:36 PM, Jim Brown <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Check out Fair-Rite p/n 2631814002. It's a BIIG toroid. Weil suited to
> this application. I just did a group purchase of 150 pieces for our
> contesting club. Cost in that quantity was $13.57 each.
> > Yes, one of these cores right at the point where the cable leaves the
> machine would be the way to go. BUT -- FIRST, contact the vendor and ask
> him to either fix it or come and get it.
> > 73, Jim K9YC
> >> On 2/1/2018 6:01 PM, Tony wrote:
> >> All:
> >> Well, it turns out that the new Bosch dishwasher (see link below) is
> quite noisy on HF. It looks like I can wind choke on the A/C supply and
> tuck it under the unit without interfering with anything. The choke would
> be right at the supply line hookup on the dishwasher.
> >> I'd rather not wrap the 3 wire Romex directly around a ferrite ring so
> I'll have to get cable better suited for this purpose. I seem to recall a
> commercial A/C choke with the appropriate connections inside an enclosure.
> That might be a safer approach.
> >> Any suggestions?
> >> Tony
> >> http://www.sears.com/bosch-24inch-built-in-dishwasher-
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