Level of DifficultyReally easy
Time to do repair15 - 30 mins
Age of Appliance5 - 10 years
David From Lexington, NC
Nov 15, 2007
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Removed the lower panels from beneath the dishwasher door. 4 screws. Turned off the water.
Removed one screw holding the inlet valve to the side rail of the dishwasher. It was attached to the hot water line and then the washer water input line. Removed the electrical connector..Pull straight off, and use a pair of pliers to open the squeeze clamp on the washer hose. The hot water supply hose has a brass fitting to loosen and remove.
Replaced the inlet valve, reconnected the electrical and also replaced the hot water line from under the sink to the washer. Used a new braided 5' hose with fittings. Used teflon tape on the screws and did not over tighten the brass fittings.
Turned on the hot water supply and checked for leaks. Operated the washer and checked for leaks. Replaced the lower covers.
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Part Number: PS402521