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Manufacturer #: WD12X10304 /
Manufactured by: GE /
Fix #: FIX2370502
Manufacturer #: WD12X10304 |
Manufactured by: GE |
Fix #: FIX2370502
Leave the sliding rack closed all the way. Remove the old end cap. Slide the new one in with the keeper on the outside of the slider arm. Snap it in place, your done.
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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.
Well, first I open the door, which I had to pull JUST a little bit and the door came open, then I pick up the part with my Thump and index finger, reach down to the place it where the part was suppose to go and with my Thump and Index finger, I slid the part in place. The part didn't want to go in place, so I had to back up and take the part in straight so it would line up with the slot and pop! it when in with ease, I didn't even brake a sweat. now! when you pull on the top rack, it stop where it is suppose to and doesn't come out anymore. Now! if a person doesn't have a Thump and Index finger, the job would be nearly impossible and would take probably all day to do and you would have to hire someone to repair the dish washer for you. LOL
You have the best repair-parts site on the web. Easy to navigate and purchase, the parts arrived on time and the instructions were clear and accurate. Nice!
snaps in place
Researched the internet and found parts supplier who had the replacement parts suggested and how to videos. Only difficulty was the old piston & nut assembly which was "frozen tight in place". Had to muscle it out. Rest of repair couldn't have been much easier. Once old parts were replaced, dishes seem to be coming out better. For now this beat spending $$ for a new dishwasher.
1. Twisted the old end caps and pried off from the slide with the flat head screw driver.2. Slide out the old upper rack assembly.3. Install the new upper rack assembly into the slides.4. Pop in the new end cap. Done.
Snapped the end cap on the track. Took about 30 seconds.
Watch the video for the repair. Even for a novice like me,the repair was very easy. With new parts,older machine works like new.
Removed the end caps on the slides with a hacksaw and pliers. Replaced with new rack and new end caps (as recommended by manufacturer) and slid it back in. Great info and video!
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