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LOWER RACK ROLLER
$13.13
In Stock
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.
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2 Reviews
Fix Number
FIX16542476
Manufacturer Part Number
WD22X27724
Fixes these symptoms
  • Leaking
  • Noisy
  • Not cleaning dishes properly
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Installation Instructions

Kevin from SUN CITY WEST, AZ
Rhythmic noise from bottom spray, arm, banging on heat element
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Gasket
$8.54
In Stock
Fix Number
FIX11700870
Manufacturer Part Number
WD08X21894
This is a genuine OEM replacement gasket for your dishwasher, that measures approximately 22 inches long and is made of plastic. It is found at the bottom of the inside panel of your dishwasher door. The purpose of the gasket it to provide a tight seal at the bottom of the dishwasher so that water does not leak out while the appliance is operating. If your dishwasher is leaking, you should inspect the gasket for signs of damage and replace it if worn out. Please note that gaskets for sealing around the tub are sold separately. Basic tools are needed for this repair, including a pair of pliers to help with removal of the old gasket. Depending on your model, you may need to remove door panels to access the gasket which would require a Philips screwdriver.
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Fix Number
FIX16618975
Manufacturer Part Number
WD28X30219
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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Dishwasher Tub Gasket
$21.59
In Stock
Fix Number
FIX11774412
Manufacturer Part Number
WD08X23476
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 and the door. This prevents any water from leaking out while the machine is running. If the gasket has become loose, it can be reinserted, however if it is damaged, it will need to be replaced. This is a simple repair that does not require any tools, but you may find needle nose pliers helpful for removing the old gasket. Pull the old gasket out of the groove, and replace with the new one, pressing it into the groove. This part has been sourced from the original manufacturer and is made of black rubber.
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Randy from Garber, IA
door leak
Removed old gasket put new one in the same way as the old one. Read more...
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4 Reviews
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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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...
Lower Dishrack with Wheels
$89.96
In Stock
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1 Review
Fix Number
FIX12743260
Manufacturer Part Number
WD28X26099
This is an authentic lower dishrack with wheels. Please note that the manufacturer has made a design change, which requires the silverware basket to be relocated from the door to the inside of the rack along the right side. The lower dishrack is where large pots and plates are stored and can be easily rolled in and out of the dishwasher. It is usually replaced because it has started to rust, corrode, or break. Simply slide the old one out, line the new one up with the tracks, and slide it into place, very quick and easy.
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No Longer Available
Fix Number
FIX16542477
Manufacturer Part Number
WD22X27740
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RACK SLIDE END CAP
$12.63
In Stock
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1 Review
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

Renee from North Chesterfield, VA
Broken roller wheel on the right side of upper rack.
I bought these parts for my girlfriend, had them sent to her house, and before I could get there to help her fix the dishwasher, she had done it herself! She reported that it was straightforward and was not nearly as difficult as she dreaded it would be. I think her comment was, 'I should have done this a LONG time ago vs just putting up with it being broken!' Don't be afraid to dig in there and do it yourself; you'll be amazed at the self-confidence and sense of satisfaction you get from the repair. Read more...
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2 Reviews
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
  • See more...

Installation Instructions

Renee from North Chesterfield, VA
Broken roller wheel on the right side of upper rack.
I bought these parts for my girlfriend, had them sent to her house, and before I could get there to help her fix the dishwasher, she had done it herself! She reported that it was straightforward and was not nearly as difficult as she dreaded it would be. I think her comment was, 'I should have done this a LONG time ago vs just putting up with it being broken!' Don't be afraid to dig in there and do it yourself; you'll be amazed at the self-confidence and sense of satisfaction you get from the repair. Read more...

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