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GDT720SSF0SS 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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If your dishwasher is leaking water while it is running, there may be an issue with the gasket. Also known as a door gasket, the tub gasket creates a watertight seal between the tub of the dishwasher ...
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If your dishes are not dry after a cycle in the dishwasher, they may be an issue with the heating element. This part is used to heat the water in the dishwasher while it is running, and then helps to ...
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The flood switch in your dishwasher controls the amount of hot and cold water that enters the appliance, ensuring the proper quantity of water to run the cycle. If your dishwasher is over or under fil...
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This dishrack is for dishwashers. The dishrack holds the dishes in place during the dishwashing cycle. Follow the instructions in the manual when installing this part.
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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 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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This part is the upper spray arm for your dishwasher. The spray arm is made of plastic and is approximately 10 inches wide. The upper spray arm is mounted to the top of the dishwasher tub, and rotates...
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This part is the replacement door hinge cable for your dishwasher. The door hinge cable connects the door spring to the door hinge, and allows the door to drop down slowly when it is opened. If you op...
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Will Not Start
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Customer:
Jeff from AUBURNDALE, MA
Parts Used:
WD21X10519
Difficulty Level:
Easy
Total Repair Time:
30 - 60 mins
Tools:
Nutdriver, Screw drivers
No water flowing into dishwasher
We tried cleaning out the filter and it clogged with a huge amount of gunk. We removed the gunk, scrubbed the filter, and tried running the dishwasher, but still no water. That took over an hour (not counting the time the dishwasher spent running). Then we tried your diagnosis center and it pointed to the flood switch or the water valve. I extracted the flood switch (another 30-60 minutes) to check it, and it also contained gunk and (significantly) did not rattle, which made me suspect the flood switch was the problem, so I ordered one. Once the replacement arrived, I checked it and the flood switch rattled, confirming that it should work properly. I spent 30-45 minutes installing it, plus the filter assembly and racks I had to remove to access it. Ran the dishwasher and everything came out sparkling clean. I don't know where the gunk came from, but if you aren't getting water and the filter is full of gunk, check the flood switch.
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Customer:
Mohammad from WOODBRIDGE, VA
Parts Used:
WD08X23476, WD08X10093
Difficulty Level:
A Bit Difficult
Total Repair Time:
1- 2 hours
Tools:
Nutdriver, Pliers, Screw drivers, Socket set, Wrench (Adjustable)
Water was leaking from the bottom of the door during wash cycle
I replaced the tub gasket around the door circumference which took less than five minutes to replace. However the problem was replacing the beach gasket that prevents the water from flowing out of the dishwasher tub. The door had to be unhinged from the dishwasher which was unscrewed from the cabinets and brought out from its location. Af ter the door was completely removed it was laid on its front. After removing the door hinges which were secured with just one bolt I tried to slide the back panel off the front panel but without any success. So I had to remove the torn and worn out gasket while working in a tight space. This is where the problem rose because according to installation instructions there are screws supposed to be holding it to the main body frame. However, in my case rivets were used by the manufacture since this was the first time the gasket was being replaced. So I had to use a power tool With a grinding bit to remove the face of the rivets and essentially cut them out to reveal the underlying holes. After this I replace the beach gasket and then used half inch SS Philips bolts and nuts to secure the gasket to the body frame.
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Customer:
Cheyne from RIVERSIDE, CA
Parts Used:
WD21X10519
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
Less than 15 mins
Tools:
Nutdriver
Heating Element Wasn't Turning On So Dishes Weren't Drying
Ran the diagnostic code test and no alarms turned on. Ran the heater test and it didn't turn on. I figured it was either the flood switch or the heating element itself. Removed and cleaned the flood switch and still nothing. Replaced the old flood switch and now it works like a charm. It took a minute to run tests and figure out a pl an of action, but after ordering and receiving the part it was a quick operation to replace the old flood switch. Kill the power. Remove lower basket. Remove lower arm. Remove the coarse filter and the fine filter. Dry up water in bottom of dishwasher. Use 1/4" nut driver to remove two screws holding flood switch in place. Unplug old switch. Plug in new one. And put everything back. Saved a few bucks for sure. If I can do it, you can do it!
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