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CDT706P2M4S1 General Electric Dishwasher

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The roller helps the lower rack of your dishwasher to smoothly slide in and out of your appliance. A broken or worn roller wheel can make it clunky or difficult to get the rack in and out of the dishw...
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If your dishwasher door will not close or latch, or the machine will not start, you may need to replace the door latch. This genuine OEM replacement latch is meant to keep your dishwasher door closed ...
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This genuine OEM bracket is used to secure the dishwasher to your cabinetry. The mounting bracket measures approximately 3 inches in length and is made of metal. If you have a solid-surface countertop...
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This is a washer inlet valve assembly for your dishwasher. This valve allows water to flow into your dishwasher at the proper rate. If your dishwasher tub is not filling with water or filling when the...
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This kit includes the lower and middle spray arms. Water is forced through this spray arm by the unit's pump and motor assembly. The force of the water propels the spray arms, spraying water and deter...
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This electronic control board is for dishwashers and manages the functions of the dishwasher such as washing, draining and drying.
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This is a genuine GE dishwasher leveling screw. It operates as a leg on the bottom of your dishwasher, and can be screwed in and out to raise and lower the height of the dishwasher. It is made of meta...
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Leaking
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Will Not Start
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Not drying dishes properly
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Not cleaning dishes properly
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Door latch failure
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Will not fill with water
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Not draining
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  • Customer:
    David from SHAWNEE, KS
  • Parts Used:
    WD05X30818
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
Diswasher not drying dishes
Didn't actually do the compete repair but got close. Pulled out dishwasher, disconnected and checked continuity on the existing heating element (about 16 ohms) the new element was also about 16 ohms. This indicates they both were working fine and no need for replacement. Next step would have been to swap the elements would have been simple. Tried to replace main board as well, still not the issue so giving up and replacing the dishwasher. It wasn't the high temp cut off thermostat either incidentally and no error codes in maintenance mode. Check continuity of your existing element before ordering to save aggravation.
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  • Customer:
    Daniel from JACKSONVILLE, AL
  • Parts Used:
    WD05X30818
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers, Wrench (Adjustable)
The dishes were not dry after the wash cycle
Open the washer, remove the bottom dish rack, then twist off the bottom water sprayer. Use a screwdriver to remove the mounting/ stabilizing screws so you can slide out the dishwasher. Close the dishwasher and slide it out. Underneath at the back there are two wires powering the drying element, carefully remove them. Use an adjustable wrench to remove the two plastic mounting nuts for the drying element. Open the washer and remove the old drying element, and insert the new element. Reassemble the dishwasher in the reverse order if disassembly.
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  • Customer:
    James from ALBRIGHTSVLLE, PA
  • Parts Used:
    WD21X10490
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
Door latch not functioning
1. Turn off breaker supplying power to dishwasher in electrical panel
2. Open dishwasher door
3. Unscrew the screws that secure the dishwasher to the counter.
4. Tip dishwasher forward. Identify the non-functioning door latch. It looks exactly like the replacement. Unclip the wire harness from the door latch.
5. On the inside of the dishwasher, there are 2 screws directly under the door latch. Unscrew them and carefully set aside.
6. Remove old door latch.
7. Set new door latch in place. Holding securely, replace screws removed in step 5. Toward the end they get a little tougher to screw in.
8. Plug wire harness into new door latch.
9. Re-align dishwasher and re-secure to counter in previous position.
10. Test latch to make sure it closes properly.
11. Turn on breaker in electrical panel.
The dishwasher should now function properly.
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