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PartSelect Number PS11742305
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:
pulled out the old broken axels and pushen in the new ones and then snapped in the wheels.
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...popped out the old in with the new...could not have been easier!
pulled the washer out and replaces the top roller system on both sides and the replaced the weels and brackets on the bottom drwaer. however i had trouble putting the dish washer back correctly and had to call a repairman to adjust the dishwasher and alighn it to open and close properly. but i did do good inside. i feel it was easy and a success. thank you for having the supplies for us to attempt to repair it on our own.
Soaked the axles in warm water and installed them, then placed the roller wheel on the axle. A no-brainer!
I took the dishtray outside to the patio and removed all the old wheels and axles. Sipped some coffee and then snapped on all the new axles and wheels. It now rolls like new even when full of dishes. I,m glad I found your website again!
With a very upset husband. The wheels were difficult to take off, although after he got the hang of it he stopped breaking them. I had ordered 6 wheels and axles, should have ordered 8, but the ones he didn't break we could use again. Now, the old cutlery basket from the old rack does not fit into the new rack. Today I ordered a new basket after being told the manufacturer must have changed the rack. Hoping the new basket fits the new rack.
Removed broken axles by hand and installed new axles and wheels. The repair took less than 5 mins.
It was a "snap" to repair diswasher wheels(snapped off the old and replaced witht the new ones) and bumpers(heated them in hot water first so as not to break them before snapping them into place)! Oven rack simply needed to be placed into the oven. Hardest part of this project was replacing the light bulb. Removed two screws that held glass lens/metal frame in place. Twisted bulb left to remove it. Glass bulb released itself from the metal base instead of coming out as one piece, so I had to disconnect the power source, then get plastic handeled pliers to remove the metal base that was still inside the socket. Once that was removed, the new bulb was placed into the socket, power was reinstated and "wa-lah!" there was light in the oven again! Hooray!
Snapped in new ones (8) by hand. I was amazedhow fast I was able to find this part online and theordering was easy and in a few days the partsarrived. No hassle trying to explain to anyone whatpart I needed. There were pictures of all partsavailable. Ordering online, especially if youknow what you are looking for, is really the way to go.
I just pulled out the rack and removed the eight existing roller wheels and roller axles. I was able to remove most of the roller axles with my fingers but needed pliers to remove a couple of them. I then snapped the new roller axles onto the rack and then the roller wheels onto the new roller axles and put the entire rack back in the dishwasher.The lower rack now rolls smoothly and consistently no matter how many dishes we have piled into it. Also, it has not come off the tracks since replacing the roller axles and roller wheels.
It was easy to remove rack from dishwasher. I screwed on rollers and it was like new!
Simply replaced the wheels/axiles and brackets using functioning ones as template. No problem at all.
The website had great pictures, I compared the wheels I had and the broken axles with the pictures, and picked what I thought would match. They were perfect. I used pliers to pop the axle on, and my fingers to put on the wheels. It works perfectly now
I ordered all new axles even though not all of them were broken - I figured it was just a matter of time. Ordered one new roller because one was missing, and an extra one just in case. Removed all old rollers and axles. A couple of them did not want to come off, so I "hit" them with a screwdriver. Put on all new axles and replaced the rollers. The whole project took about 10 minutes. SUPER EASY. CHEAP FIX FOR MY OLD DISHWASHER.
Removed the old broken axles and last fewwheels. Needed pliers to help remove theaxles. Took a few minutes.Put on the axles and popped on the wheels.Threw out the old silverware basketand put the new one in place,Finished in approx 20 minutes.I really thought I had to get a new dishwasher but then stumbled on your web site. Saw another woman's story about how her dishwasher was like new when she did the same replacements. She was RIGHT. I feel like I have a new dishwashwer. The parts were reasonably pricedand the shipping was VERY VERY QUICK. All parts were correct.
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