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Manufacturer #: WD35X21038 /
Manufactured by: GE /
Fix #: FIX11726733
Manufacturer #: WD35X21038 |
Manufactured by: GE |
Fix #: FIX11726733
Perfect fit products. Snap the axle into the wheel then snap that assembly right onto the lower rack.
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Snapped them on... my Labrador could have done it
So easy to install. Took 5 minutes to replace 6 wheels.
My wife and I purchased our home in 2010 (new to us but 21+) years old. We're not sure how old the appliances are but we have experienced issues with the wheels on the lower rack of the dish washer falling off and two fell on the hot coil and melted. We ordered enough axles for all wheels and two new wheels. They were so easy to install and now the rack moves smoothly in and out. Such an easy repair but one that was well worth the time and money.
Took off what was left of the broken slides. Installed new slides with screws.
Snapped on replacement
I watched the videos for both the replacement of the wheels and the seal. The wheels were done in moments and without any tools. It was so nice to be able to slide the drawer without it fall off the track. as far as the seal--although it required a bit more time and tools it was still an easy fix. So nice to have a tight close at the bottom of the door again. My husband was surprised that I did it without his assistance!
Pulled the rack out and clicked the wheels on. Love this easy kind of repair!
The "Renewal Parts" kit arrives with a new axle — a well-used old wheel and axle — so it's not all 'new' as described. While the new design of the axle looks like it would solve the problem it doesn't, and the wheel assembly wobbles nearly as bad as the worn and broken axle I replaced. It's simply a bad design, made from plastic, designed to fail. To solve the problem use a new axle and epoxy it to the shaft on the basket so it won't wobble, then replace the NARROW back wheel with one of the WIDER wheels from the front of the basket so it won't slide off the rail — the way the manufacturer should have built it!
Simply pushed the new part on to the axle on the rack, pushed it in til it was all the way. Done!
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