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Manufacturer #: 154574401 /
Manufactured by: Frigidaire /
Fix #: FIX1524979
Manufacturer #: 154574401 |
Manufactured by: Frigidaire |
Fix #: FIX1524979
1 Unscrew door back 2. disconnect wire connectors 3. unscrew /remove old unit 4 replace and screw in the new unit 5. reconnect two wire connectors 6. replace back of door and screws.
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I watched the video and it is as simple as unscrewing a few screws, sliding door out and replacing the part. took no more than 15 minutes.
I watched the video and the repair went exactly as advertised. In about 20 minutes it was done and I did not need a repairman or a new dishwasher. For the cost of the part, our washer is good to go!
Safety first. Turn off power to dishwasher. Removed front panel (two screws). Disconnected wires to the dispenser. Removed dispenser (approx 6 screws). Installed new dispenser, screws, wiring. Put front panel on...better than ever.
followed the instructions on the video, took just 20 to25 minutes to remove the old one and replace it with the new one. Took the screws out dropped the outside panel removed the 6 screws, inserted the new one and secured the screws and replaced the front panel, works like a charm.
The motor was unlatching the detergent door, but the door did not open fully, so at the end of the cycle there was usually caked detergent still in the well. The problem was probably the spring to open the door. It was either worn out, or binding against its setting. There seems no way to fix it, as the spring is bound by a plastic rivet inside a plastic housing, so opening it would destroy the thing. The replacement looks exactly the same. It was easy to install, just watch the video. The only tricky part is supporting the door panel on and off.
Followed online video from this site and replacement was easy.
Just follow the instruction video. easy!!!
The video that was recommended to do the job was perfect for the replacement. I recommend watching it before you start taking the old part out. The job was very simple and only took about 5 minutes to do. Well worth the 50 bucks versus spending 400 to 500 for a new dishwasher. Dont forget to unplug the unit before you start repairing.
Watched the video that this site furnished. Took out the two bottom screws for door. Removed wiring from old dispenser and took out the six screws holding part in. Put in new dispenser, attached with screws and reattached wiring. Aligned door and used the two small screws. Took less than 15 minutes.
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