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PartSelect Number PS10064063
This part has been redesigned and now comes in a kit. This kit includes 2 adjuster assemblies, 1 left hand and 1 right hand actuator cover, 2 gray adjuster covers, and 2 gray adjuster housings.
This part works with the following brands: Whirlpool, Admiral, Estate, Inglis, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Roper, Maytag, Crosley, Jenn-Air, Hardwick, Magic Chef, Amana, Caloric & Glenwood.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Replacement was pretty easy after figuring out how to unsnap/unlock the old pieces. Tools only used to do a little prying and poking, but really aren't needed. Everything either snaps or slides together. Piece of cake
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I took the broken basket adjuster off and then attached the new one. It wasn't too difficult, however some removal instructions and re-install instructions( or just a picture supplied) would have been helpful. This isn't an issue for a mechanically inclined person, but would be a challenge for someone that isn't. Thanks.
Took apart broke piece and disassembled parts. Ordered new main part but used old clips to reassemble. Part arrived swiftly (2 days), put together and works fine. Saved repair bill and house call. Used screwdriver to pry apart main clip that attached adjuster to top of rack. There were 5 clip type pieces in total and analyzed right hand adjuster as model for reassembly.
I took a picture of the old assemblies position. Then I removed one side. It was original and held in place by plastic snaps. We followed the instructions on the first side. The metal wheel assembly and the housing have matching channel & grove so the metal fits into the channel on the housing. We accidentally placed the metal wheel assembly in the adjustment housing backwards then could not get it out and broke two small plastic tabs getting it back out. Turns out that was not a fatal error. We had a bit of difficulty determining the exact positioning of the actuator in the housing and how the housing fit to the rack. One has to really look hard at the instructions. !!!A YouTube video would be very nice for this!!! Once we had the positioning then the assembly went together very easily. The two screws went in easily with a ratchet nut driver and star bit. (an adapter is provided for those who don't have the star bit). The second side was incredibly easy since I knew exactly how to put it together the second time. First side: 20-25 min. Second side 5 min.
Pulled upper tray out. Removed old adjusters and replaced with new. The pictures in the installation instructions were bad (blurry and hard to distinguish). Had problems with the first side button. Put it in before installing the wheel base on the second side. Went much easier that way. You did need a star tip for the screws.
Removed and trashed unnecessary extra "stuff" originally provided in top rack by KitchenAid. Followed installation instructions contained with parts. Pictures were poor but usable after studying them. Thanks to whoever developed the replacement instructions - would have been near-impossible without them. Customer service was efficient, polite, helpful, accurate and more than I could have asked. Thank you all
First, this replacement kit seems to be of much better quality than the factory original. I was able to remove the old adjuster from the top rack with my hands - did break a little more in the process, but as this was destined for the garbage anyway, I wasn't delicate about it. The new adjuster kit snapped together easily with clear instructions and pictures in a matter of minutes, even with a 1, 3, and 5 year old "helping." Last step requires a screwdriver. I only replaced one side, for now, and it took longer to get the old adjuster off than it did to install new. Done in under ten minutes start to finish and works perfectly!
Watched the u tube video. Very clear! He said up front what kind of screwdriver to use and it was necessary to have that kind and size of screwdriver.
Took half hour to take off old Adjuster just trying to figure which things pop off putting on new one side 10 minute at the most
Removed old parts by breaking them with a screwdriver. Insert thr stainless slide. As shown by twisting thought through wire rack the rest is easy.
The repair was easy: just remove old assembly and replace with new one which was slightly different. The included directions were very poorly printed and practically useless so if you are not somewhat mechanically inclined it would be almost impossible to install just using the instructions provided
The repair kit was easy to install, required a torque tip screw driver and thin flat head screw driver to remove the old parts. Took me 15 minutes start to finish. Simply follow the instructions provided with the kit. Nothing else needs to be said.
I read through the instructions which actually took longer than actually doing the repair because some of the pictures were a little dark and it wasn't clear exactly which direction the parts were facing. The repair went exactly as the directions said.
Figured out what was worn and went to website to order replacement parts. Three days later the parts show up, I find the replacement parts are better build than the original parts. Took less than 30 minutes to repair and reinstall. Works perfect. Website was easy to use and the repair was simple.
Watched on line video, helped tremendously. The video gave clear concise instructions.
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