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Heating Element Brass Nut – Part Number: 154106202
Heating Element Brass Nut
Fix Number FIX1524878
Manufacturer Part Number 154106202
This heating element mounting nut is used in dishwashers and is used to hold the nut to prevent leaking. If your nut is damaged or you notice leaking from the dishwasher, then replacing this nut will solve this problem. The tools needed for this repair are a 1/2 inch wrench, 1/4 inch nut driver, and needle nose pliers. To repair, locate the two element heating nuts. Next, disconnect connecter wire and remove nut with wrench. Tip: when installing new nut, remember to add insulator sleeve back on. As a safety precaution, remember to disconnect the water supply line before beginning this installation. Also, unplug your dishwasher from the power source.
Fixes these symptoms
Not drying dishes properly

Installation Instructions
Michael from Stoneham, MA says,

Heating element connection leaking
There was a serious leak coming from under the dishwasher. I backed out the mounting screws and pulled it out onto the kitchen floor. Emptied out the water and turned it on its side. The brass nut ho...read more

Faucet Adapter – Part Number: WPW10254672
Faucet Adapter
Fix Number FIX11751238
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10254672
Used with some portable dishwashers and washers. NOTE: As per the factory, this is used for faucets with inside or outside threads. For female connection (outside) just remove the washers.
Fixes these symptoms
Will not fill with water

Installation Instructions
Saul from El Paso, TX says,

The connector to the faucet was not holding correctly
Simply unscrew the old one and replace it with the new. All I needed was a pair of channel lock plyers....read more

Hose Clamp – Part Number: WP285655
Hose Clamp
Fix Number FIX11740613
Manufacturer Part Number WP285655
This hose clamp is sold individually.
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Installation Instructions
David from Middletown, PA says,

Slight leak in tub drain hose
Unplug unit from electrical outlet. Remove two Phillips screws in bottom of front cover. Swing front cover up and off the washer. Loosen both hose clamps. Place a large rag (or several paper towels) a...read more

Element Grommet – Part Number: 5300806833
Element Grommet
Fix Number FIX451462
Manufacturer Part Number 5300806833
Sold individually.
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Coupler Gasket – Part Number: WP910218
Coupler Gasket
Fix Number FIX11746842
Manufacturer Part Number WP910218
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Installation Instructions
Dan from Hope, KS says,

dishwasher leaks at faucet coupler.
R&R coupler gasket in coupler. be sure all surfaces are clean and new gasket is facing right direction. lubricate with petroleum jelly. be sure rubber washer in faucet adapter shows above end of adapt...read more

Faucet Adapter Coupling – Part Number: 5304490369
Faucet Adapter Coupling
Fix Number FIX7321390
Manufacturer Part Number 5304490369
This part connects the drain hose to the sink.
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O-RING – Part Number: WP912510
Fix Number FIX11746849
Manufacturer Part Number WP912510
Fixes these symptoms
Not cleaning dishes properly

ROLLER – Part Number: 5300807957
Fix Number FIX451807
Manufacturer Part Number 5300807957
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Inlet Hose Washer – Part Number: WPY013783
Inlet Hose Washer
Fix Number FIX11757437
Manufacturer Part Number WPY013783
This high pressure inlet hose washer is black. It is an inch in diameter, made of rubber, and used with many washing machines, refrigerators, and dishwashers.
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Rocker Switch – Part Number: WP31986601B
Rocker Switch
Fix Number FIX11741002
Manufacturer Part Number WP31986601B
This is an OEM part sourced directly from the manufacturer. This rocker switch is used a number of appliances, most often it is used in ranges, dishwashers, range hoods, wall ovens, and cooktops. He uses vary depending on appliance, but some common uses are to turn on oven lights and downdraft fans. In the case of ranges, and wall ovens it fits in the control panel and allowed you to turn the oven light on an off. Due to the mechanical nature and the fact this part is made out of plastic it may wear down over time, at which point it will need to be replaced. To replace this switch you first need to remove the control panel, you will then pull the connector off the back of the switch, make sure you attention to which is the top and which is the bottom, this will make installing the new switch easier. After the connector had been removed you can then push the old plastic rocker switch out of the hole, and pop the new switch into place. Then reconnect the wires, and reassemble the control panel. Before starting this repair make sure your appliance had been unplugged.
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