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PDW7880G00SS General Electric Dishwasher

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The wheels on the lower rack of your dishwasher allow for the rack to slide in and out smoothly. If this is not happening, it may be necessary to replace one or more of the wheels. This kit includes 8...
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This is a genuine OEM replacement axle for the lower rack in your dishwasher. The axle is used to mount the roller wheel to the rack. If it becomes damaged, you may have difficulty gliding the bottom ...
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The rack slide end cap attaches to the rails of the upper dishrack, to prevent it from sliding all the way out. It is a one-inch white plastic part that can break over time. This might be the part you...
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This is a kit of 4 and also includes 4 axles.
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This basket is part of a silverware basket combines left, mid and right baskets, 5 sections inside.
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This door recess spring or dispenser lever spring in your refrigerator is used to return the ice door to the closed position or the dispenser lever to the home position once released. You will find th...
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This part releases the detergent and rinse aid into the dishwasher.
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The lower spray arm is mounted to the bottom of your dishwasher tub, and it rotates and sprays water to clean the dishes in the lower dish rack. This spray arm is made of gray plastic, and is approxim...
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This is a handle actuator for your dishwasher. It is made of black plastic, and is sold individually. The handle actuator is found in the control panel, and it releases the door latch when you lift th...
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This upper track roller kit comes with a screw for easy assembly.
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This dish rack is for dishwashers. Dish rack holds the dishes in place during the dish washing cycle.
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The hinge link on your dishwasher connects the spring to the dishwasher door hinge. If the hinge link becomes cracked or damaged, you may not be able to shut or lock your dishwasher door properly. In ...
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Not cleaning dishes properly
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Leaking
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Door latch failure
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Not draining
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Will not dispense detergent
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Door won’t close
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Noisy
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Will Not Start
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Will not fill with water
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Door Sweating
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Not drying dishes properly
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Ice maker won’t dispense ice
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Door won’t open or close
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Frost buildup
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Not dispensing water
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Freezer section too warm
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Ice maker not making ice
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Freezer not defrosting
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  • Customer:
    Mark from Huntingdon Valley, PA
  • Parts Used:
    WD35X21038
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
  • Tools:
Lower rack wheel was melted
Unsnapped clip,and moved it 90 degrees. Slip wheel and clip off. Installed clip on new wheel. replaced new wheel. The wheel did not come with a new clip and was not suggested on the parts list. The existing clip was still OK but if it was not, I would have had to order a clip and wait. All in all, a good experience.
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  • Customer:
    Teresa from Phenix City, AL
  • Parts Used:
    WD35X21038
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
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The rear wheels were missing on the lower rack.
The wheels came with a clip on part that clipped to the rack and the wheel snapped into that clip. I am a woman and it was easy for me to do. Thanks to Parts Select for being an easy to use and navigate site, for quick shipment and for good directions with the parts. Sincerely, Teresa from Alabama.
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  • Customer:
    James from Naperville, IL
  • Parts Used:
    WD12X10163
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
soap door latch broken, wouldn't hold soap for later release in middle of cycle like it was supposed to.
Turned off power to unit, 'cuz it has a solenoid lead to open the soap door.
Removed the phillips head screws that held the door together. The screw are located on the inside edge of the door, there are 10-12 of them.
Spearated the door shells carefully, trying not to disturb the location of the wiring in the middle of the door.

Found the 4 screws that hold the module assembly to the door from the inside, and removed them.
Popped the assembly out, cleaned the gasket-seat area and placed the new one in place.
Carefully tightened the 4 screws. It is easy to over-tighten them, so only turn them until you feel they are snug. Let the gasket do the work.
Attached the two solenoid control wires in the same positions they were in before they were removed from the old assembly.
Re-assembled the door halves, again taking care to not over-tighten the phillips-head screws. One got "spun" and I removed it and re-set it into some epoxy.
Returned power to the dishwasher, and stopped washing dishes by hand.
Note: the latch is now made with a plastic that is more dense, and likely will not fail as soon as the original one did. I think GE learned something about the durability of their component plastics since this was originally built.
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