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Lower Spray Arm
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Fix Number FIX12585623
Manufacturer Part Number 5304517203
This is a single lower spray arm found in dishwashers to spray water and detergent vigorously over the dishes. This spray arm is made of plastic, so can warp or crack with time. The holes in the spray arm can get clogged with debris, so it should be cleaned every so often. If it is beyond cleaning or damaged, it will need to be replaced. If the holes are clogged, this can sometimes mean there is a problem with the filter system, so it is a good idea to inspect this as well. For this repair, start by turning off the water supply to the dishwasher. Pull the lower rack out of the dishwasher and out of the way. Remove the lower wash arm. Using a flathead screwdriver, push the small locking tabs located on each side at the bottom of the spray arm. You should now be able to easily pull the spray arm out of the dishwasher. Align the new lower wash arm and push it down to secure it in place. Make sure it can spin freely and is not making contact with the heating element. Place the lower dishrack back into the appliance and close the door.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Leaking
  • Noisy
  • Not cleaning dishes properly
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Installation Instructions
Leesa from Clarksburg, WV
Took lower stray arm off because of draining issues, put back together and arm melted after starting.
The reviews before mine helped A LOT!! First of all, It has everything to do with making sure that when the arm is installed that it is turned until it clicks/locks in. This is why my arm melted when I put it back together the first time. I read the reviews before I purchased and that was really the only way I knew how to repair the piece. It does not come with instructions. Read more...
$28.72
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Dishwasher Bottom Door Gasket
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Fix Number FIX9495545
Manufacturer Part Number 809006501
This dishwasher door gasket is attached to the bottom of the door, creating a strong seal between the tub and the outer edge of the door. This seal is prone to wear and tear due to its constant exposure to water, detergent, and food particles. If the gasket appears cracked, broken, or you notice a leak coming from the door, it will need to be replaced immediately. This gasket measures approximately 23 inches long. For this simple repair, no tools are necessary. Open the dishwasher door and remove the bottom rack. The gasket is located right along the bottom of the door, molded inside the channel. It is held in place in the groove across the bottom. Remove the old gasket by pulling it out with your hands. Take your new silicone gasket and line it up so the notch fits into the groove and slide it in place until it is secure. Reinstall the lower dishrack. We recommend leaving the door closed for a few hours to ensure the gasket is sealed tightly.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Door latch failure
  • Door won’t close
  • Leaking
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Installation Instructions
Everette from Hardyville, VA
Dishwasher leaking around bottom of door
Watched the video, easy replacement. Read more...
$29.03
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Dishwasher Tub Gasket - Gray
Fix Number FIX8260227
Manufacturer Part Number 154827601
The door gasket provides a watertight seal between the tub and the door, to keep water from leaking out of your dishwasher. If your dishwasher is leaking you may need to replace the door gasket. This gray door gasket is made of rubber and measures approximately 73 inches. For this repair, open the dishwasher door and remove the lower dish tray. Use your hands to pull out the old gasket. Clean the channel with a rag. Press the new gasket in place so it sits inside the groove in the door. Keep the door closed tightly for a few hours to ensure a strong seal is made.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Door won’t close
  • Leaking
  • Not cleaning dishes properly
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Installation Instructions
Patrick from Pleasanton, CA
leak from door
I ordered the top 3 parts in terms of probability of solving the problem (water inlet valve, tub gasket, and bottom door gasket). I installed all 3 and it did not solve the door leak. Then I realized that the bottom door gasket had come out (in other words, I had not installed it properly). I reinstalled the bottom door gasket (a critical point is that it has to be *pressed in* firmly -- there should be some resistance), and it worked. Note that the bottom door gasket is a hybrid between a true seal and a splash guard. The notch in the middle is designed to drain water from the door back into the tub. Because of that notch opening, there is sputtering and splashing at various points of the wash cycle. This appears to be by design, and those splashes result in water being absorbed by the insulating foam. Thank you to the previous submission/posting authors, as this is what clued me in. Read more...
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Lower Spray Arm Support
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Fix Number FIX12712289
Manufacturer Part Number 5304518968
This genuine OEM part is a lower spray arm support for your dishwasher. It is found in the bottom of the dishwasher and is the piece that the lower spray arm attaches to. If this part has become damaged, it should be replaced so that your dishes are properly cleaned. To complete this repair, you will need to remove the bottom rack, lower spray arm, and the glass trap in order to access the support. No tools are required to remove any of these pieces. The old support simply twists out with a clockwise turn, and the new support can be lined up with the tabs and twisted in place with a counterclockwise turn.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Leaking
  • Noisy
  • Not cleaning dishes properly
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Installation Instructions
J D from Edgewood, WA
worn spray arm and support
remove arm pull straight up, remove strainer turn 1/4 turn, remove support three screws, install new parts Read more...
$8.85
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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.
Installation Instructions
janet from Galena, MO
water leaking out bottom
turned off power to dishwasher at the elec. panel. removed the "kickplate" off front bottom of dishwasher. leak was coming from where the heating element went thru tub. removed connector from bottom of heating element and brass nut practically fell off. it was cracked. ordered new brass nuts from this site it arrived quickly and installed it immediately. used a deep well socket to tighten the nut and leak was gone. Waaa Laaa!! Read more...
$53.09
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Water Inlet Valve - 120V 60Hz
Fix Number FIX1990907
Manufacturer Part Number 154637401
This is a genuine OEM replacement water inlet valve for your dishwasher. The water inlet valve supplies water to the dishwasher by opening and closing the solenoids attached to the valve, depending on the desired quantity of water. If your dishwasher is overfilling and leaking, or not filling with water at all, these may be signs that your valve is faulty. Other symptoms can include your dishes not cleaning properly, and the dishwasher not draining. You can check the inlet valve for continuity with a multimeter. It should show a reading between 500 - 1500 ohms if the valve is working and will read infinity if it is faulty. Another test is to open the dishwasher door while it is filling. If the tub continues to fill with water when the door is opened, the water inlet valve is defective and should be replaced.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Leaking
  • Noisy
  • Not cleaning dishes properly
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Installation Instructions
Patrick from Pleasanton, CA
leak from door
I ordered the top 3 parts in terms of probability of solving the problem (water inlet valve, tub gasket, and bottom door gasket). I installed all 3 and it did not solve the door leak. Then I realized that the bottom door gasket had come out (in other words, I had not installed it properly). I reinstalled the bottom door gasket (a critical point is that it has to be *pressed in* firmly -- there should be some resistance), and it worked. Note that the bottom door gasket is a hybrid between a true seal and a splash guard. The notch in the middle is designed to drain water from the door back into the tub. Because of that notch opening, there is sputtering and splashing at various points of the wash cycle. This appears to be by design, and those splashes result in water being absorbed by the insulating foam. Thank you to the previous submission/posting authors, as this is what clued me in. Read more...
$20.15
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Filter Base
Fix Number FIX11770494
Manufacturer Part Number 5304506533
Located at the bottom of the dishwasher, this filter keep large particles of food and foreign objects away from the pump.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Not cleaning dishes properly
  • Not draining
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Installation Instructions
J D from Edgewood, WA
worn spray arm and support
remove arm pull straight up, remove strainer turn 1/4 turn, remove support three screws, install new parts Read more...
$45.64
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Dishwasher Drain Hose
Fix Number FIX9494138
Manufacturer Part Number 807117001
The drain hose connects to the pump located below the lower spray arm. It aids in proper dishwasher drainage. Size: 7.5 feet long
Fixes these symptoms
  • Leaking
  • Not cleaning dishes properly
  • Not draining
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Installation Instructions
Mary from San Antonio, TX
Unable to drain water in washer and leak in dishwasher
Hi, I had a dishwasher and a dryer go out during the same weekend. I ordered both parts about 3 hours apart. We (my husband) and I could not have been more pleased. Both came in the same package and were here in a short amount of time. The parts and shipping totaled about $58.00. We feel that we saved about $1000 that weekend by doing the work ourselves (and not replacing them) and using a very user-friendly website to diagnose the problem and getting the right parts. We will definitely order from this company again. As a matter of fact, I did order a shelf for our refrigerator and had the same outcome- very satisfied with all. Walter and Mary Read more...
$62.00
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Silverware Basket
Fix Number FIX12728992
Manufacturer Part Number 5304521739
This silverware basket has been redesigned by the manufacture. This is a one piece basket that replaces a system of three baskets that snapped together. The new basket measures 16.88" x 8", has two lids and grey in color.
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Charlotte from Greenville, IL
No problem
Removed broken basket; inserted new. Read more...
$36.62
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Upper Spray Arm
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Fix Number FIX11770483
Manufacturer Part Number 5304506516
The upper spray arm is found above the top rack in your dishwasher. If your dishes are not properly cleaned after the cycle has finished, the spray arm may need to be replaced. As the part is made of plastic, it can crack or disintegrate over time. Replacing this OEM part is a simple repair that does not require any tools. Remove the rail stop clips from the top rack rails, and then remove the top rack from the dishwasher. With the rack out of the way you will be able to access the upper spray arm. Unthread the nut holding the spray arm to the ceiling of the dishwasher, and remove the damaged spray arm. Line up the new spray arm, and begin to thread the part onto the inlet tube. The nut should be firmly tightened so that there are no leaks, and the spray arm should be able to spin freely. The top rack can be placed back inside the dishwasher, and the rail stops reattached.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Leaking
  • Noisy
  • Not cleaning dishes properly
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Installation Instructions
Charles A from VIRGINIA BCH, VA
the spray arm came apart.
Step 1. Remove the stabilizer screws holding the dish washer steady. Keep the screws handy for later re-installation.
Step 2. Pull the dish washer out about half way.
Step 3. Lift the insulating blanket and slip it back from the supply tube
Step 4. While applying downward pressure with your hand, fit the mounting nut to the threaded portion protruding though the top of the casing.
Step 5. Hand tighten the nut firmly. Apply GENTLE side to side pressure to make sure the nut is sufficiently tight.
Step 6. Move the insulating blanket back in place and fasten it down with the tape still attached to the blanket or with replace it with new.
Strep 7. Slide the dish washer back in place and secure it with the securing screws removed to allow the dish washer to be moved out to affect the repair.
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