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HOLDER
$8.81
In Stock
Fix Number
FIX12081829
Manufacturer Part Number
MEG64438801
ROLLER ASSEMBLY
$9.33
In Stock
Fix Number
FIX12075858
Manufacturer Part Number
4581DD3003C
The dishwasher roller assembly connects to the dishrack, and is located in the lower level of the dishwasher. It allows the dishrack to easily slide in and out. If the lower rack keeps falling off the track in your dishwasher, makes noises, the door will not close, or the dishes are not getting clean, then it is best to replace it for more security. A flat blade screw driver is the only tool needed for this installation. Open the lower dishwasher rack and remove retaining tabs from both ends of the rack and slide it out. Locate the older roll assembly, remove it and replace the rollers. Remember to put the tabs on each side back before sliding it back in. Make sure the dishwasher is off before starting this installation project.
Hinge Cable
$17.93
In Stock
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2 Reviews
Fix Number
FIX3524406
Manufacturer Part Number
4933DD3001B
If the door to your dishwasher drops suddenly when opening, there may be an issue with your connector assembly. It works by connecting the door hinge to the door spring, which applies tension and prevents the door from dropping quickly. To replace this part, you will need to pull the dishwasher out from under the cabinet in order to access the spring. This part is sold individually, but you may want to consider replacing both the right and left-hand side connector assemblies, as they can wear at similar rates. This genuine OEM part has a black plastic portion on each end of a white rope that measures approximately 12-inches in length.
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Richard J from Los Osos, CA
Door spring not working, door dropped down too fast and was way too heavy to lift easily.
Found a diagram of the door hardware and determined it had to either be a broken door spring or a door spring connector. It was the door spring connector.its the piece that goes from the door spring around the pulley to the connector mounting on the bottom of the door.to get at it you have to1. Take the two Phillip's head screws out of the washer about 2/3. The way up the frame that help hold the water in place.they are inside and very close to the front when the door is opened. Step 2. Pull the washer out of its enclosed area of the kitchen cabinet about 8 inches. That will expose the door springs, the door spring connectors on both sides of the door and the pullies that the connector are supposed to wrap around. The connectors are nylon line with plastic fittings on each end. These are what usually break (as in my case). I replaced both because one was broken and one was worn. Both the springs were fine.i replaced the connectors, pushed the washer back in to its original position, replaced the two side mounting screws. Job done, no problems, door now works fine. Total labor time, about 30 minutes. Only tools required are 1 screw driver and a pair of pliers to pull the spring down when attaching the new connectors. Read more...
HOLDER
$8.81
In Stock
Fix Number
FIX12081830
Manufacturer Part Number
MEG64438901
Spring,Hinge
$17.43
In Stock
Fix Number
FIX3524564
Manufacturer Part Number
4970ED4004G
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Installation Instructions

Richard J from Los Osos, CA
Door spring not working, door dropped down too fast and was way too heavy to lift easily.
Found a diagram of the door hardware and determined it had to either be a broken door spring or a door spring connector. It was the door spring connector.its the piece that goes from the door spring around the pulley to the connector mounting on the bottom of the door.to get at it you have to1. Take the two Phillip's head screws out of the washer about 2/3. The way up the frame that help hold the water in place.they are inside and very close to the front when the door is opened. Step 2. Pull the washer out of its enclosed area of the kitchen cabinet about 8 inches. That will expose the door springs, the door spring connectors on both sides of the door and the pullies that the connector are supposed to wrap around. The connectors are nylon line with plastic fittings on each end. These are what usually break (as in my case). I replaced both because one was broken and one was worn. Both the springs were fine.i replaced the connectors, pushed the washer back in to its original position, replaced the two side mounting screws. Job done, no problems, door now works fine. Total labor time, about 30 minutes. Only tools required are 1 screw driver and a pair of pliers to pull the spring down when attaching the new connectors. Read more...
NOZZLE ASSEMBLY
$41.80
In Stock
Fix Number
FIX7788355
Manufacturer Part Number
AGB73093001
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Door Gasket - Black
$53.51
In Stock
★★★★★
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1 Review
Fix Number
FIX3522654
Manufacturer Part Number
3920DD3005A
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Jeremy from LITTLETON, CO
Door seal was dry rotted and had chunks falling off. Tripping the leak detector under the device.
Pull out old one, press in new one. Used a screw driver to apply pressure in some spots. No more leak, no more error code. Read more...
Diverter Motor - 120V 60Hz
$40.50
In Stock
Fix Number
FIX3579323
Manufacturer Part Number
4681ED3001D
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Dishwasher Drain Hose
$73.79
In Stock
Fix Number
FIX11760658
Manufacturer Part Number
AEM69493808
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Roller Assembly
$7.89
On Order
Fix Number
FIX3523051
Manufacturer Part Number
4581DD3003B

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