Originally Posted by camaroderrick73
This is prime example that people need to explore all options before putting in a deep basin sink. Also... No air gap?
I am not a fan of air gaps, often they fail and leak causing water damage. Fortunately, inspectors in my area do not require them. BUT raise the dishwasher drain line up the the bottom of the countertop and secure it there. Otherwise you will often find ground up food particles in the bottom of your dishwasher...ick!
I would be very concerned about the flexible tube used to raise and connect the trap to the wall tube. Now that
is a code violation in my area. NEVER ever use flexible corrugated tubular drainage parts. They are disasters waiting to happen and just not the right way to plumb a sink drain. Eliminate that part!
Edit: I now realize dave80906 did probably use a regular extension tube. Oops, sorry.