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PartSelect Number PS11726733
This kit includes the 8 wheels and 8 axles.
This part works with the following brands: GE, Hotpoint & Kenmore.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
I pulled off the old rollers and studs and pushed out the old studs and replaced with the new ones. Then I popped the new studs and rollers back on. Job completed and it has been wonderful. The new studs are much more industrial like than the ones that came on it. What a relief.
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Simple enough to remove the existing dishwasher shelves . . . then tweak off the old axles and rollers and replace them with the new ones. Trying this yourself? Don't be dismayed at first if the parts you just bought aren't exactly the same configuration as the ones you pulled off! The new configuration axles secure just fine with a little thought and pressure in the right places. Last word: The parts were received in just two DAYS after the order. Now the dishwasher shelves are gliding like the day we installed it!
I ordered a set of 8 studs and rollers as recommended in some of the other reviews. First, I inserted the stud into the wheel PRIOR to putting the set on the rack. This was a simple repair and makes all the difference in the world for a stay at home mom who runs the dishwasher twice a day.
Just snapped the stud roller through the center of the wheel and then attatched it to rack.
Took out the main lower rack, removed all the wheels, inserted the studs into the wheels first and then snapped the wheels onto the rack. Real easy to fix, however, I don't think the original parts should have gone as fast as they did. Overall, not happy with the dishwasher itself.
Install the rollers on the studs first, then snap the assembly onto the tray. Really easy.
I had no problems at all. The old wheels had already fallen off. All I had to do was put the wheel axel into the wheel and slip it over the wire support for the wheel. No fuss - no muss - no problems.The only problem I had with this repair was trying to find the wheels and axels for the job. None of the supply houses around here had them and no one was offering where I could find them. Sooo, I went on line, found your ad, pulled it up, input my model number and lo and behold -- there they were. Thanks.
I just purchased a house just before it went on foreclosure and several parts to th dishwasher was missing. I went on th internet and came upon your web site. Having no manual I thought that this was going to be abut as much fun as stepping on landmines. I was surprised that I entered the model number and was able o get all the parts hat I needed. The replacement was easy but a word to the wise sometimes on wheels they sell them with the locks that hold them to the basket and they will have the same part number. Other then that a fun experience.
Removed the old wheels and studs. Pressed on the new studs and wheels. Viola.
The best money I've spent on a repair. Easy. The lower rack now rolls in and out smoothly.
I am NOT handy, but my husband was gone when the wheels and stud/axles came. I was able to replace all of them in about ten minutes with no tools. Easy and no more frustrations!!!!!
Just snapped studs and wheels together and put them into place.
Just remove the lower basket from the machine and pull the old wheels off. Then snap on the new wheels on the pegs. The old style wheels snap in place without much force. The new wheels take much more force to install and lock onto the basket which keeps them from coming off when the basket is heavily loaded.
I measured the diameter of the working wheels from the existing ones, and located the parts I needed from the website. I order two packages, each containing the wheels and axles for the rack.When delivered, I snapped the wheels onto the delivered axles. Then, I snapped the axels unto the bottom rack, at the correct place. I used a large pliers for leverage because the axel was a bit tight to just simply snap on.The middle wheels are located just behind the front wheels, thereby offering support when the botton rack is pulled forward for loading. Likewise, they offer support when the rack is pushed back in place.
The most difficult part was removing the old wheels. The plastic coating on the rack had come off, leaving the metal exposed. The wheels had rusted on - that's why they wouldn't roll. Once we got them off with pliers, hammer, screwdriver and basically everything in the tool chest, we were home free. Installing the new wheels and axles was easy.
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