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PartSelect Number PS11743051
This part is located under lower spray arm.
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:
i removed the strainer cover and then removed the discharge assembly. then repeated steps to finish.. parts select was very fast and cheap ordered ontuesday and arrived on thursday. I will recomend parts select to all
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Removed all parts down to wash impeller following online videos and parts breakdowns (took a while to figure out how to do this). The only difficult part was separating the Discharge Pump housing from the Suction Plate. They are fitted together with friction, and a flat-blade screwdriver can push them apart. Replaced broken parts including Wash Impeller, Suction Plate, and Discharge Pump Housing. Purchased Filter Support because it was involved and appeared to have been damaged, but the new part looks identical to the old part. Purchased new o-ring & gasket to avoid digging them out of broken parts. Cleaned out the spray arms top & bottom and it now works like new!
Using the break down view suppled by the PartSelect website I removed the parts covering the broken pump impala. The busted impala also scored the pump housing, which also needed to be replaced. For added measure, I replaced the O rings I encountered (alway a good thing to do while your in there). The shaft of the motor is rusted and I needed to break off the last of the impala with small chisel and some light taps. Before reassembling I used some fine grit sandpaper on the shaft, don't go wild here, a tight fit is better than a sloppy one. Total time on the repair wasn't that long. (But don't tell the wife, it bought me a cupple quarters of football!)
I disconnected the dishwasher and started to take the impeller assembly apart but could not get it all apart. Went on line to start looking for the parts and came to Partselect and they had and exploded view of the the whole inside assembly and I saw what was wroung, some parts had broken and melted together. With this picture I was able to see what had happened and able to get it all apart. Ordered the bad parts, got them within a week (this was over the hoildays), took about 15 minutes to get the new parts in and the dishwasher running. It runs great now, very quiet, it's like a new dishwasher for $30. P.S. I had to order some extra parts because one of my dogs was helping me and chew them up.
My dishwasher started making a loud screeching noise so I took apart the bottom assembly of the dishwasher to see where the noise was coming from. I found the part that had come loose and went to partselect.com to see if I could find the replacement part. I quickly found the part and the price was very reasonable. The repair was fairly easy. Once I pulled out the bottom rack in the dishwasher I unscrewed the plastic piece that held the rotating spray assembly. Once that was unscrewed 3 pieces were removed. A nutdriver was then used to remove a large cover at the bottom of the dishwasher. Once it was out of the way I could reach the discharge housing assembly with the nutdriver to remove it. I swapped the parts over to the new discharge housing then reassembled and it works like new again!
We heard a horrible grinding noise just after starting the machine TWO DAYS before Christmas. On a whim, I disassembled the lower spray arm assembly right down to the wash impeller. I ran the dishwasher and heard no grinding noise, so I knew it wasn't a problem with the motor/bearings. After taking out the old parts, I noticed the discharge pump housing was in two pieces, and judging by the look of it and how those two pieces were fitting together, felt something must be wrong with them. I ordered a new discharge pump housing unit and a few extra parts just to be sure, and after 30 minute install of the new parts, the dishwasher is back to life. A $65 shot in the dark repair by a non-repairman vs. a new dishwasher... I'll take the shot in the dark. Thanks PartSelect!! I'm on to ordering a new utensil basket now!!
disasembled lower spray piece by piece got to pump found in 2 pieces looked up part number , went to PartSelect found part ordered. it came with in 24 hours . had left tools etc. out, installed . only thing to watch is adjusting new part by screwing shaft to the same hight as original pump so spray spins without hitting sides.$20 cost instead of buying new machine or paying to have repair sevice.
EasyRewove rinse arm (unscrew round plastic nut)lift off complete arm assembly (do not remove arm from clips - whole assembly comes off as one piece Lift off screen basket - - remowe star screws (6) from pump cover Remove discharge pump assembly (3 screws)Remove "O" ring from old assembly or replace with new oneTake off plastic discharge nut ( grab with pliers and unscrewReassemble!!!
Since I did not orig. order a fill valve I bought one locally(at twice your price) and after installing it the dishwasher worked. I then continued to install the pump motor housing and the wax motor for the soap dispenser.The dishwasher now works great, is quiet, the dishes are clean and sanitized.
I removed the lower spray arm, then the cover over the discharge housing. Then removed the discharge housing,and the wash impeller. I reassembled in the reverse order of the disassembly,with a new discharge housing nut,housing gasket,and lower spray arm seals.
very well i had tried to temp. repair the original part until the new one arrived but it only lasted once. the part change was easy and it works like new again. thanks for the great service, ED.
After determing the waher arm is removed by unscrewing plastic threaded nut on center of arm all other disassembly was pretty self explanatory. Removed all parts down to the discharge impeller and found the bottom of the impeller had broken off and was rubbing against the impeller making the noise. Easy fix with simple tools, I did find the parts breakdown from the Parts Select website helpful in determining the part was supose to be one piece.
I had to remove all parts of the dishwasher until I got down to the main gasket on the motor and then replaced all gaskets and discharge . I used the parts diagram to make sure every thing went back in the correct spot.
Simple no problems I have Arithus and can not move so well
removed lower spray bar took discharge housing off replace new parts
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