Thanks Matt30 and frodo for responding. No, I saved nothing from the old faucet. I don't even remember the brand or model. We didn't need to hook up the dishwasher until about a week after installing the new faucet. By then, the old faucet had been picked up by the trash collectors. I am able to unscrew the end tip of the Moen faucet. That end tip has male threads that screw in the female thread of the faucet end. I use that end tip when I shop looking for an adapter with male threads of the same size but haven't found any. But even if I did, I'm worried about what that man told me. Is it true that Moen faucet handle mechanisms cannot sustain water pressures encountered during repeated dishwasher cycles?
did you salvage the aerator of of your old faucet that fits the dishwasher?
You will want a traditional style faucet without the pull out spray that you can unscrew the aerator and put your adaptor on.
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