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Rack Track Stop
Fix Number FIX11746591
Manufacturer Part Number WP8565925
This is a single rack track stop clip used to prevent the upper dish rack from sliding all the way out of the dishwasher. It is made of gray plastic and can wear with time. This is an easy repair that should not take very long to complete. Start by opening the dishwasher door, depress the tabs to remove both the front stop clips and remove the upper dish rack from the appliance. Now, using your small flat head screwdriver, release the retaining tab to remove the rear stop track that you are replacing, and pull the clip up to remove it. Install the new clip by inserting it into the support rail from the top and press it down to secure it in place.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Door latch failure
  • Door won’t close
  • Not cleaning dishes properly
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Installation Instructions
Richard from Austin, TX
Wheels on original upper rack adjust fell off and end stops would not stay on.
Removed old end stops. Pulled rack out of machine. Carefully removed old adjusters. Snapped in new adjusters. Slid rack back into the runners. Clipped in the new end stops. Done. Read more...
$8.44
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Touch-Up Paint - White
Fix Number FIX385132
Manufacturer Part Number 72017
18ml
Installation Instructions
Al from Cape Coral, FL
No heat when trying to dry clothes .
Followed instructions on your videos. Everything went as planned and the dryer works like new.... Read more...
$7.76
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Rubber Washer
Fix Number FIX11743934
Manufacturer Part Number WP717273
Sold individually. Used with the heating element.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Leaking
  • Not cleaning dishes properly
  • Not drying dishes properly
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Installation Instructions
Mark from Belmont, MI
Heating element failed
1)Turned power off to dishwasher 2) removed toekick cover 3) shut off water 4) disconnected water line to dishwasher 5) removed top screws holding DW in place 6) slid DW out of cavity to access the read bottom 7) removed terminal clips from bottom side of heating element under DW 8) remover special "nuts" that held the heat element in place under DW 9) removed old heat element from inside DW 10) installed rubber wagers on. New heat element 11) installed new heat element from inside DW through holes in back of DW 12) screwed "nuts" back onto the new heat element under DW .... Note .... The new element used different "nuts" than the original .... So I was glad I had ordered new "nuts" just in case and would suggest you do the same 13) attach the electrical connections back on the new heating element 14) slide the DW back under the counter and attach to counter top nosing 15) hooked the water back up and turned it on 16) turned the breaker back on Read more...
$9.11
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Soap Cup Latch Kit
★★★★★
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Fix Number FIX382922
Manufacturer Part Number 676413
This latch kit is for the soap cup door of your dishwasher.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Door latch failure
  • Door won’t close
  • Leaking
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Installation Instructions
Gary from Wellington, OH
Wife pulled soap cup latch out
Follow the video, but I did clean all moving parts up Read more...
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Spring, Lid
Fix Number FIX11744874
Manufacturer Part Number WP8066018
This metallic spring is for your dishwasher's soap cup cover. Sold individually.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Door latch failure
  • Door won’t close
  • Not cleaning dishes properly
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Installation Instructions
Francis from Strykersville, NY
Dishwasher leaking at bottom of door
It was real easy to change the door seal after I watch the repair video.Only after i installed the new seal it leaked worse than before.After reading up on the problem iI decided to check the float it had crud in it and the Vent in the door was full of crud and build up. After cleaning them and freeing them up. The dishwasher works great. the seam and water have to have some where to go when the machine is running., if the float is plugged the washer will over fill. and if the vent in the upper door is plugged the water will be pushed out the bottom of the door and because the door had a new seal it made more water come through the bottom of the door because it had a tighter seal. hope this helps some one. this saved me from buying a new machine. Read more...
$60.12
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Dishwasher Door Gasket - Gray
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Fix Number FIX11755809
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10509257
It provides a waterproof seal between the tub and the door.
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Installation Instructions
Francis from Strykersville, NY
Dishwasher leaking at bottom of door
It was real easy to change the door seal after I watch the repair video.Only after i installed the new seal it leaked worse than before.After reading up on the problem iI decided to check the float it had crud in it and the Vent in the door was full of crud and build up. After cleaning them and freeing them up. The dishwasher works great. the seam and water have to have some where to go when the machine is running., if the float is plugged the washer will over fill. and if the vent in the upper door is plugged the water will be pushed out the bottom of the door and because the door had a new seal it made more water come through the bottom of the door because it had a tighter seal. hope this helps some one. this saved me from buying a new machine. Read more...
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Rinse Aid Cap
Fix Number FIX11741341
Manufacturer Part Number WP3378134
This cap does not require the use of a o-ring seal.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Leaking
  • Not cleaning dishes properly
  • Not drying dishes properly
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Installation Instructions
Stephanie from Indianapolis, IN
The spray arm had broken off of the mount. Also, the rince aid cap had long ago melted.
I simply followed the video instructions to replace the spray arm kit. I had to first replace the spray arm mount as mine had actually broken apart. It literally took less than 15 minutes including watching the video. I have to admit I felt very proud of myself for doing this repair myself. After opening my dishwasher door one evening to find spray arm broken off and laying in the lower rack, my first thought was "oh no, I broke my dishwasher and I can't afford a new one". Once I calmed down I decided to see if it was possible to order dishwasher parts. I used my best friend, google, and found this site. I was impressed with both the affordability and the timeliness. I had my part within 36 hours of placing the order. When I first opened the package and realized there were no instructions included I was a little nervous but then I remembered that I had seen there was an instruction video on the site. I would highly recommend watching the video and will tell you that it was as simple a fix for me as it was for the technician in the video. As for the rinse aid cap, I had to pry out the old one with a screwdriver as it had melted but that wasn't difficult either. The best part is that my dishes look better than they have in a very long time! Read more...
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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...
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Hose Clamp
Fix Number FIX11743008
Manufacturer Part Number WP596669
This washing machine hose clamp extends from half an inch to an inch in diameter. It is made entirely of metal and is intended for use with Maytag brand washing machines.
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Installation Instructions
Albert from Unadilla, NY
noticed water was leaking in front of washer-right before we were leaving for vacation
Upon returning from vacation, we needed to do laundry-so I put some plastic under the washer and we did a load. The water was leaking from the seam between the lid and the back panel on the side with the hot and cold water connections- not the front. I removed two screws from the front bottom panel and two screws from the underside of the lid.Turning the washer on showed the leak was coming from the injection valve( it was brittle from age). The rubber injection valve was replaced and installed( using a little liquid soap to help the rubber hose to slip over the rubber injection valve) with a new clamp. The leak was fixed. Read more...
$7.94
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Pin (Lid Hinge)
Fix Number FIX11741308
Manufacturer Part Number WP3372028
The lid hinge pin or detergent lid pin on your dishwasher helps dispense your dish detergent when your dishwasher is running. The pin fits with the dispenser lid and allows the lid to pop open and dispense detergent. It is a small, plastic pin that is approximately 3 inches in length. Due to its small size, the pin can be damaged relatively easily, and if your pin is broken or missing, it will need to be replaced. This product is sold individually.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Door latch failure
  • Door won’t close
  • Not cleaning dishes properly
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Installation Instructions
Stephen from Mt Pleasant, SC
hinge pin broke form unknown cause
Note the position of the lid spring. After step 3 you won't be able to change the spring orientation. 1 - remove the lid, spring and cover. 2 - side the pin about 1/3 the way in and slip the spring on in the correct orientation and slide the pin in the rest of the way. 3 - snap the lid onto the pin. The spring won't hold the lid open until you hook the ends of the spring into the lid. 4 - Unbend the paper clip and with the pliers create a 45 degree bend 1/16 inch from the end. 5 - slip the clip end under the pin and hook the end of the spring. Pull the end to the side until it clears the lid rim and let the spring end settle in. Repeat for the other spring end. Read more...

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