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PartSelect Number PS11741351
NOTE: *Original may have two screw holes, only one screw is needed now.
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:
Need needle nose pliers to remove the keepers in the end stops on basket rails. Basket must be removed to get to the spinner assimbley.The upper rinse spinner is held in place by a stainless steal bracket. NO SCREWS!1. You push the spinner assembly up and push it to the back of the machine.2. Then you pull the spinner assembly down to clear the bracket and then pull it to the front of the machine.3. To replace it just reverse the procedure.Used part # 3379329.Louis at email@example.com
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First I took out the upper rack, unscrewed the old remains and screwed in the new part. Next, I took out the upper rack, turned it over, removed the old hanger (no longer necessary with newly designed part), unscrewed the other part, and screwed on the new part. So easy! And one more thing-I ordered my part on a Fri. and it was on my porch by the following Tues. Now THAT'S service! - Pam
This gets a little lengthy... but it explains where Cascade Dishwashing Powder came up with its brand name - it's been a cascade project.I started by replacing the Middle Wash Arm Tube as the old tube developed leaks. As others have stated this is a new design but directly replaceable and easy to do.This didn't solve the cleaning issue so reading the experiences of others on this site realized I also had broken parts in the Upper Spray Arm Assembly and the Upper Wash assembly. I replaced these and the dishes were suddenly much, much cleaner. These were very easily replaced.I did find that I did not need the Mount for the upper spray arm (PS402277) as a redesign of the Upper Spray Arm Mounting bracket no longer required it - the bracket simply clipped in -the diagram was out of date. Everything seemed to go well for about 3 loads when the dishwasher started leaking heavily out of the bottom of the door. I then noticed that the lower Wash Arm Bearing Ring and the Seal, Lower Spray Arm had disintegrated so I replaced those but this didn't affect the leaking. Someone had stated that if the lower wash arm assembly had too much 'wobble' that it cause 'waves' that would leak out the front door... mine had some wobble so I added a nylon washer from Ace Hardware that reduced wobble but still leaked.I then replaced the Door Seal Kit - this was by far the most difficult part as the door needed to be removed and it was somewhat difficult - and it seemed apparent after we had removed the door that these parts weren't the problem but we replaced them anyway. Also, someone else had noted that they had to attach the door seal (this is NOT the gasket that goes around the door opening) with a sealant - I had the same problem; the original seal fit tightly with friction but the new replacement required an adhesive - I used silicone. Still leaked.From here on I can't guaratee any useful information: I took the strainer screen out of the bottom of the dishwasher and found one slightly loose screw holding what I believe is the 'pump outlet' according to the diagram. I had also read that the water fill is controlled not by the float at the bottom of the washer but by the electronics and it was suggested that I disconnect the DW from the power to 'reset' the timer, this I did and hit the 'Cancel' cycle a couple of times to make sure that all programs were cancelled. Whether any of this made a difference I have no idea - except that the dishwasher suddenly stopped leaking and hasn't leaked a drop for at least 20 washes. So I don't know, for sure, why it leaked or how I fixed it, but it's working and washing great now - except the tines on the lower rack are beginning to rust out and breaking off. The rack is pretty expensive but so far I've saved a lot of money and my family thinks I'm a dishwasher genius.
After hearing ominous grinding sounds and water leaking around the gasket, it was about time to rehab the dishwasher. This is usually the point where I say "t'hell with it, buy a new one". I am glad I didn't.The Kit to rehab the impeller and such had EVERYTHING I needed. Right parts, right price.Removed the upper arm assembly, T15 screwdriver, the screen strainer, the impeller, T25 screwdriver, the food grinding spring and impeller (the grinding noise, spring was sprung), and finally the post and impeller thingie (had to break it off, very brittle). The pieces went back on a lot more smoothly than it took to get them off! Use your digital camera! I took pictures of every stage of the parts removal and what I removed. I got confused with some little balls that were inside and the pictures told me exactly where they went. Door gasket? I should have replaced it YEARS ago, so easy and cheap with PartSelect parts.
1) Removed the two white clips from the left and righ hand side of the top tray roller rail. this allows the tray to be completely removed and ease access to the washer assembly. The clipe looks like the letter "k", so you will need to close the "k" to almost straight line in order to get it through the hole.2) Put a sheet or a towel at the bottom of the machine, just incase you drop the two small cross head screws. This prevents the screws from falling to the bottom of the machine.3) Remove the screws. At this time the washer assembly will/should slip out very easily. very little force is required to pull the assmbely out.4) Slip on the new washer assembly and put the screws back in place. Tighten screws, Be careful not over tighten the screw as you may crack the plastic flange. Note: My machine is an older model, so the washer assembly had two screw fixing. The new assembly only had one hole. Although one fixing appeared to be sufficient, I decided to drill a hole on the other side and this worked fine.5) Replace the top tray, taking some care to ensure rollers are correctly located within the rails. Then replace the clips and job's complete.
First I read the other repair stories and knew it was a relatively easy repair. I removed the end caps on the front of the top dish rack and removed it for ease of access to the part. I then removed the two screws holding in the old part observing how it was positioned to make sure the new part was replaced in the same manner. I put the new part in place and screwed in place and replaced the dish rack. Everything is working just fine.
Removed upper basket and installed the arm. New snap in didn't require phillips screwdriver as old one and new support had split to insert. Replacing upper spray spinner dropped screw down around pump. This caused misery unassembling lower covers to receive Stainless Steel, so magnet won't help ended up with mirror and hemistat to reach through large screen figures. So make sure to put towel or something in the bottom to catch parts.
just put the pieces where they belonged and tighten the screws. it longer to figure out how it was supposed to fit than the actual fixing.
It was very simple, the repair took less than 5 minutes start to finish. I removed the top dish rack, took out two screws and the broken part slipped right off the water feed tube. I slipped the new upper wash assembly on the end of the tube and replaced one screw. My dishwasher is an older model and the new part only has a hole for one screw but I cannot tell any difference in stability or performance. I put the top rack back on and the dishwasher is as good as before.
used a screw driver, removed 2 screws, removed broken piece, screwed in new part ....all done :) took less than 15 minutes to do*i just wanted to let everyone know..I ordered the part on a monday and received it on wednesday I was amazed...the part fit perfectly ...and was very easy to install myself....ty so much ...
The repair was easy. We used the towel in the bottom of the DW hint to catch any falling screws, etc. My husband did drill out the other side of the bracket , since the new part comes with only one hole ( ???why would they do that?) But all in all it was a simple fix and saving $$$$ on DIY is the way to go when possible. Thanks! The part came very quickly. Great service. Your company is great!
Simple,removed broken part and replaced with new part.Piece of cake, Took two mins. I can't get over how fast the part was received.I am sold on "PartSelect"
All you have to do it remove the 2 screws (OEM) and release from the water tube. Then, just put in the new part and use the one screw hole (on the new part). That's it!!
My model dishwasher was a bit older. The new replacement top upper wash assembly had a slightly different construction but was a perfect fit. It even has added protection of the spinner by adding two little fingers around the spinning wheel to protect it from being knocked off by dishes, the most probable cause of its damage to begin with. Only minor issue was that my old unit had 2 screws/holes to mount it and the new replacement unit only came with 1 hole pre-drilled. But if your doing this yourself, you probably have a drill and some small bits somewhere, so a few minutes extra and you'll have an exact replacement unit. Total time took less then 10 minutes and my unit was as good as the day I brought it. Good buy!
Removed the upper spray arm and hose to rear of washer by detaching the hose clip at the back of the upper dish basket and removing the screw at the bottom of the spray arm. Reinstalled the new one piece hose assembly and the new upper spray arm by replacing the screw at the bottom of the spray arm and attaching the new hose clip at the back of the upper dish basket.My original top spray unit was held in place by two screws. The new top spray unit uses only one screw but the second attachment point is still part of the new unit. I drilled a hole for the second screw. I removed the two screws that held my damaged top spray in place and removed the damaged top sprayer. The small hose to the top sprayer easily slides out of the unit when the screws are removed. I reinstalled the new top sprayer using the two original screws.
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