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66213273K112 Kenmore Dishwasher

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The mounting bracket is used to secure the top part of your dishwasher to the underside of your counter or cabinet. If you have solid surface counters (granite, quartz, etc.) you will likely need to s...
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This black rubber gasket is a genuine OEM replacement part for your dishwasher door. The gasket helps to provide a tight seal between the door and the tub, preventing water from leaking while the appl...
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If there is still water left in your dishwasher after it has finished running, there may be an issue with your drain pump. The pump is designed to remove water from the tub, and if that is not happeni...
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The friction sleeve, sometimes called a friction pad, is made of a flexible black plastic and measures a bit over one inch in length. It is designed to reduce the friction between the hinge and the do...
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This is an authentic OEM replacement drawer track for the upper rack of your dishwasher. Also known as a rack slider bar, it helps to support the top rack and allows it to glide in and out of your dis...
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Sold individually. Used with the heating element.
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The retainer clip is used to hold the access panel on your dishwasher in place. It is a genuine OEM part that is black in color and sold individually. The only tool required to complete the repair is ...
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This hose clamp extends from half an inch to an inch in diameter. It is made entirely of metal and is intended for use with Maytag brand washing machines.
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This detergent dispenser assembly is for dishwashers. Detergent dispenser assembly holds the dishwasher detergent and rinses agent in covered compartments.
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This part acts as as safety mechanism that keeps the dryer from overheating. Once the dryer temperature reaches a certain point, this part will shut down power to the heating element.
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This part is used to hold the access panel in place. Sold individually.
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This water inlet valve should be located behind the lower kickplate panel in either the right or left corner. The attaching solenoids on the valve open and close according to the desired amount of water needed.
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Customer:
Andrew from Alexandria, VA
Parts Used:
WPW10348269
Difficulty Level:
Easy
Total Repair Time:
Less than 15 mins
Tools:
Screw drivers
dishwasher not draining after wash cycle
Caviat: The actual repair is less than 15 minutes, but I spent a lot of time playing with it before I figured out it was that easy and fast. You don't need to remove the dishwasher from the counter to do this. And it will probably help to look at the new part closely so you can understand where the retainer clip is to press it and release the old pump.

First remove the water from the dishwasher pan that would not drain with a wet/dry vac. Otherwise the water will all drain on the floor when you remove the pump. Then remove the two screws on the kickplate on the front of the unit below the door. Remove the kickplate/maintainence access cover. The drain pump is on the right about 8 inches in. Using two hands you grasp the drain pump with your right hand and use the left hand to push the retaining clip down. Then the drain pump will rotate 1/4 turn counterclockwise and can be removed without pulling the dishwasher out. There is likely to be some water leak out that was traped in the pump housing that you can not reach with the vac. Disconnect the wire. Connect the wire to the new pump, put it in place and 1/4 turn clockwise to install it. Replace the kickplate and you're done.
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Customer:
Penny from Manchester, MI
Parts Used:
W10542314
Difficulty Level:
Really Easy
Total Repair Time:
15 - 30 mins
Tools:
Screw drivers
The door gasket stuck to the door a pulled out of place after every use
Worked the new gasket into the groove with a smooth screwdriver and my fingers. No leaks and it stays in place. Parts Select had the right part and I got it fast
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Customer:
Clifford from Centennial, CO
Parts Used:
W10542314
Difficulty Level:
Easy
Total Repair Time:
15 - 30 mins
Water leaking from front right corner (door) while washer running
The hardest part of this was figuring out the cause of the leak. It only leaked while the washer was running (arms spinning). I thought it might be the air intake seal at the lower part of the door-but that did not look damaged.
I cleaned off the door gasket really good and that slowed the leak - so I figured the gasket was the prob lem (plus changing the gasket is cheap and it was old anyway).

I pulled the old gasket off (no tools required).
I cleaned the track/slot that the gasket goes into, and the area around it from all the caked-on soap and gunk.
Cleaned off the door edge that seals with the gasket too.
I took the new gasket and folded it in half to find the middle, then started with the middle, putting it into the track (used the center door latch on the frame to know the middle on the washer).
I worked the gasket into the slot just with my fingers. I found that if I pinched the part that goes into the slot with my thumb/finger that helped get it deep into the slot without tools.
I worked around one side, slowly and carefully pushing it into the slot. Did the other side the same way - starting from the middle and working down to the end at the bottom of the washer. Checked the gasket to make sure it was all set in well.
There is an inch or so of the gasket left over at the bottom - I just bent that around the bend so it was not in the way.
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