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ZBD6800K03BB General Electric Dishwasher - Overview

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$1.07

Single Wheel Axle

This axle attaches the dishwasher wheel to the rack. Wheel is not included. Sold individually.

$1.80

Lower Rack Wheel - Front or Rear

This slotted rear wheel is sold individually. It is gray in color and does not come with the attaching axle.

$2.14

Wheel Axle - Clip On

Sold individually. Wheel NOT included.

$16.66

Silverware Basket

$43.36

Detergent Dispenser with Rinse Cap

$3.00

Upper Rack End Cap

This end cap is sold individually. It is the same end cap used on the right and left side, for both front and back. It attaches to the end of the upper rack slide rail, and prevents the rack from falling when being pulled out too far.

$2.36

Tine Retainer

This dishwasher retainer connects to the removable tine.

$196.88

Lower Dishrack with Wheels

$3.84

Rinse Aid Cap

This part holds the rinse aid liquid in the dispenser until the timer activates the rinse cycle.

$18.16

Tub Gasket

This gasket lines the inside cabinet in the dishwasher.

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My wheels would not stay on the roller rack which made me dread having to put a dish in the rack.

  • Customer: Michelle from Weddington NC
  • Difficulty: Really easy
  • Time to Complete: Less than 15 mins
  • Tools Required:
  • 362 of 363 people found this instruction helpful
All I had to do is take out the rack, pop off the old wheels, place the new stud rollers on, then pop on the new wheels. So easy and now my dishes don't get chipped when I pull the rack out and push it back in. I wish I didn't wait so long to order new parts. read more

Lower rack began rusting and wheels broke off.

  • Customer: nathan from commerce MI
  • Difficulty: Really easy
  • Time to Complete: Less than 15 mins
  • Tools Required:
  • 98 of 161 people found this instruction helpful
Pull old rack out, slip new one in!
One thing i did was order wheels and studs as i was unaware they lower rack came fully equiped with all wheels,studs, and flip up dish dividers. So if your replacing the rack no need to order the wheels! The diagram made it look as if you only et the wire rack and not all the added pieces. read more

The wheels kept falling off the right side of the bottom rack; it was extremely annoying. We basically had to lift the bottom rack to get it in and out of the dishwasher.

  • Customer: Jean from Richmond VA
  • Difficulty: Really easy
  • Time to Complete: Less than 15 mins
  • Tools Required:
  • 288 of 211 people found this instruction helpful
I removed the old wheels & studs on the right side of the bottom rack of the dishwasher, and I gleefully THREW THEM ALL OUT! HA HA!

Then I put the nice new rollers on the studs, and then I put them on the rack.

Helpful hints for others beleaguered by this design problem:

1) Be sure to get new studs - that's the part tha... read more