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Lower Rack Wheel Kit - 8 Pack
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Fix Number FIX11726733
Manufacturer Part Number WD35X21038
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 wheels along with 8 axels, both of which are made of white plastic. Replacing a wheel is easy, and just requires a set of pliers. For this repair, you will want to remove the bottom rack from your dishwasher and place it on a solid work surface. Remove the damaged wheels from the rack by unclipping the axel and pulling them off. Insert the new axel into the new wheel pushing firmly until it locks into place. Slide the axel onto the rack, and clip into place. As this kit contains genuine OEM parts, it ensures the parts will be the proper fit for your appliance model.
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Installation Instructions
Kevin from Excelsior, MN
Lower rack wheels worn out
Perfect fit products. Snap the axle into the wheel then snap that assembly right onto the lower rack. Read more...
$11.66
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RACK SLIDE END CAP
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Fix Number FIX2370502
Manufacturer Part Number WD12X10304
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 need if you are not able to close the dishwasher door properly. If this part is worn or damaged, it can be replaced by popping out the cap with a small flat-blade screwdriver and snapping the new one in its place. If the rear cap needs to be replaced, you will need to remove both the front caps and completely remove it for full access. Keep in mind that this part is sold individually, and more than one may be required, depending on your repair. This is an inexpensive part, so we suggest purchasing several at a time to have on hand in case you need it.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Door latch failure
  • Door won’t close
  • Not cleaning dishes properly
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Installation Instructions
Jim from ROSEVILLE, CA
The rack slide end cap broke.
Leave the sliding rack closed all the way. Remove the old end cap. Slide the new one in with the keeper on the outside of the slider arm. Snap it in place, your done. Read more...
$11.61
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LOWER RACK ROLLER
Fix Number FIX16217024
Manufacturer Part Number WD12X26146
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 dishwasher, and the part should be replaced. The rollers are sold individually, however there are four in total in your dishwasher. You may want to replace all at the same time to ensure they have even wear. Replacing a broken roller is a simple job and may require the use of a flat blade screwdriver. Remove the entire lower rack from your dishwasher and place it on a suitable work surface. Release the tabs to open the cover on the roller assembly, using the screwdriver if necessary to pry them open. Pull the damaged wheel off the assembly and push the new one into place. Reattached the cover and place the rack back into the bottom of your dishwasher. The lower rack should now easily glide in and out. These rollers are genuine OEM parts that measure approximately 1.5 inches in diameter and are charcoal in color.
$25.40
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Upper Roller and Axle - Kit of 4
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Fix Number FIX3486910
Manufacturer Part Number WD12X10327
If the upper rack in your dishwasher is not sliding in and out properly, the rollers may need to be replaced. Faulty rollers can also cause your rack to fall off the track, the door may not close properly, and can make the machine noisy while operating. To replace this part, you will need a flat blade screwdriver in order to remove the rail stop clips from the track, which allows you to completely remove the top rack from your dishwasher. Once you have the top rack on a suitable work surface, the old rollers easily pop off and the new ones can be clipped into place. This kit comes with four genuine OEM rollers and axles, which are white in color and made of plastic.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Door latch failure
  • Door won’t close
  • Noisy
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Installation Instructions
Don from Little Egg Harbor, NJ
Upper Rollers on top rack went bad
The rollers roll inside of a 'C' shaped channel that is capped on both ends with a plastic insert. The most confusing problem was how to get the plastic inserts out without breaking them. The trick to removing the end cap on each side is to pry the rear tab on the cap backwards until it clears the C channel then it can easily be moved outside of the channel and the end cap comes out easily. After both end caps are removed the entire top rack slides out and the new rollers can be easily snapped in place. Once you know the trick about the end caps, they can be easily popped back in place to secure the top rack again. Read more...
$23.72
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Corner Tub Baffle - Lower Left
Fix Number FIX263964
Manufacturer Part Number WD8X228
This is a genuine OEM corner tub baffle for the lower left-hand side of your dishwasher. It is made of black plastic, and is used to prevent water from leaking out of the dishwasher while it is operating. This part works in conjunction a matching right-hand baffle that is sold separately. We recommend replacing both the left- and right-hand baffles at the same time, as this ensures that they wear evenly. Replacing this part is an easy repair that does not require any tools to complete.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Leaking
  • Not cleaning dishes properly
  • Not draining
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Installation Instructions
Steve from North Bethesda, MD
Dishwasher was leaking
my 15 year old dishwasher still runs great but suddenly started leaking a bit. After inspecting the gasket I determined it was pretty worn so I removed the 6 or 8 Phillips head screws and separated the door. In addition to the worn gasket the little plastic corners feet in the bottom of the door seat seemed worn. Additionally, I was getting chunks of what looked like black plastic appearing from time-to-time. Once I had the door apart it was apparent that the "plastic" was pieces of the noise dampening stuff that's taped on the plastic door. Over the years it looked like that had melted and slid down the door. So I ordered all of those pieces - it came to something around $30 for all of the pieces. So putting it all back together was not a challenge - I cleaned up everything well including using a paper towel covered tooth pick where the gasket goes, put the gasket in, the little middle piece of the gasket, the black feet in the bottoms of the door, removed all of the melted noise damper and placed the new one on then put the door back together and refastened the 8 screws. We loaded up the dishwasher and started the cycle. I was very disappointed to see that the thing still leaked! Then, my wife said, "ever since we got that new soap it's been leaking". When I looked at the little soap balls carefully I realized it was laundry detergent and not dishwashing soap! No doubt that my dishwasher is much better off after the changes BUT, before you start ordering and disassembling, check the soap to ensure it's actually dishwasher soap ... laundry detergent bubbles will leak! Read more...
$23.72
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Corner Tub Baffle - Lower Right
Fix Number FIX263963
Manufacturer Part Number WD8X227
The corner tub baffle is made of black plastic, and is used to prevent water from leaking out of the dishwasher while it is operating. This genuine OEM part is for the lower right-hand side of your dishwasher. This part works in conjunction with a matching left-hand baffle that is sold separately. We recommend replacing both the left- and right-hand baffles at the same time, as this ensures that they wear evenly. Replacing this part does not require any tools, as it uses a friction fit to stay in place.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Leaking
  • Not cleaning dishes properly
  • Not draining
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Installation Instructions
Steve from North Bethesda, MD
Dishwasher was leaking
my 15 year old dishwasher still runs great but suddenly started leaking a bit. After inspecting the gasket I determined it was pretty worn so I removed the 6 or 8 Phillips head screws and separated the door. In addition to the worn gasket the little plastic corners feet in the bottom of the door seat seemed worn. Additionally, I was getting chunks of what looked like black plastic appearing from time-to-time. Once I had the door apart it was apparent that the "plastic" was pieces of the noise dampening stuff that's taped on the plastic door. Over the years it looked like that had melted and slid down the door. So I ordered all of those pieces - it came to something around $30 for all of the pieces. So putting it all back together was not a challenge - I cleaned up everything well including using a paper towel covered tooth pick where the gasket goes, put the gasket in, the little middle piece of the gasket, the black feet in the bottoms of the door, removed all of the melted noise damper and placed the new one on then put the door back together and refastened the 8 screws. We loaded up the dishwasher and started the cycle. I was very disappointed to see that the thing still leaked! Then, my wife said, "ever since we got that new soap it's been leaking". When I looked at the little soap balls carefully I realized it was laundry detergent and not dishwashing soap! No doubt that my dishwasher is much better off after the changes BUT, before you start ordering and disassembling, check the soap to ensure it's actually dishwasher soap ... laundry detergent bubbles will leak! Read more...
$30.63
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BASKET ASM SILVERWARE
Fix Number FIX12703061
Manufacturer Part Number WD28X24469
This basket is part of a silverware basket that has 3 sections. This is the middle section of the basket.
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Barbara from Eaton, CO
worn part
There was no repair. All I needed to do was replace the worn silverware basket with the new one. Read more...
$39.10
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Door Latch
Fix Number FIX6447681
Manufacturer Part Number WD21X10490
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 while the machine operates, and if your latch is faulty your appliance may not work as intended. This is an easy repair that just requires a Phillips screwdriver, but you will need to pull the dishwasher out from underneath your counter to access the part. Since there is an electrical component involved, be sure to disconnect the power supply before beginning your repair. At this time, you should also inspect the door strike for damage, and replace that part if necessary.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Door latch failure
  • Door won’t close
  • Will Not Start
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$32.23
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Drain Valve Shaft Seal
Fix Number FIX263930
Manufacturer Part Number WD8X181
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bradley from york, PA
Water leak
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$30.76
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Silverware Basket (Grey)
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Fix Number FIX261346
Manufacturer Part Number WD28X265
This silverware basket is gray.
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Installation Instructions
Lajos from HOUSTON, TX
inlet sump hole made by rat
it went well took three hours to r&r part all went well advise taking your time.
remove screws that secure the dishwasher and slowly pull the dishwasher to make sure electricity turn off and then unplug from the wall outlet then pull slowly from the opening very lower part of the dishwasher is your water line turn water off location under kitchen sink turn off and go and unscrew the water one under the dishwater fitting is 1/2 in unscrew you will have a little water coming out undo the dishwasher drain line as a clamp undo clamp and disconnect line beware as something to catch water w
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