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PartSelect Number PS11745495
NOTE: This part is no longer available in white or biscuit.
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:
removed the top panel (6 screws), popped of the old handle, poppd on the new one, added the springs, and reassambled top panel. The nly thing that would have been easier is if the top panel did not need screws! Took 5 minutes to complete. Good self-service design.
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Remove 8 screws remove the front panel. Un clip the door lock device. The broken side was the side with the spring on. Remove the spring, attach the spring press the close into the two pins and re/assemble the front panel. Done. If I purchased the handle again I might order an extra spring to have one on each side.
Remove the six screws along the top half of the door. Remove top exterior panel. This does not disconnect all the way, leave the wire connections in place. They do not get in the way. Now remove the broken pieces of the door handle. You may need to pull out the clips on the two sides of the latch unit and remove that to extricate the handle completely. Next slide the new handle into position on the latch. You will need ti tilt it to align the pivot points correctly. Now gently press the slotted tabs onto the pivots on both sides. Take care not to press too hard. Once the tabs are seated correctly, attach the spring to the L-shaped pins on the latch and the handle. Gently slide the locking tabs on the latch onto the locks of the plastic frame. Press gently until they latch. You may need to adjust the latch assembly position to get it to sit exactly right. Test the handle to ensure it moves freely and slides back when released, and that the latching mechanism moves up and down correctly when you do so. Now carefully reposition the whole assembly back on the door and reattach with the six screws. You are done.
Unscrewed top 6 screws to pull away panel and replaced handle and attached the springs. Screwed panel back in. Handle is made of plastic, which is why is breaks so easily. Also product numbers are confusing using both ones and the letters I and L.
Removed screws in top control panel to remove old broken handle. Snapped in new handle and connected springs. Was very,very easy.
1) unscrew the top part of the dishwasher which contains the control panel2)remove the spring attached to the latch3)removed the broken latch and replaced it with the new latch and connect the springs to each side of the latch4)attach the panel cover and screw it back together with the 6 screws
I removed the same six torques screws needed to replace to touch panel. Snapped the new handle in place. Replaced the springs. Reinstalled the touch panel.
I removed the 6 screws that hold the top door panel in place. Then pulled the door panel up but didn't disconnect the electrical plugs. I popped the latch loose from the cover and removed the door switch from the latch mechanism. I then snapped the broken latch handle from the latch mechanism and snapped the new one in place. I replaced the door switch with a nut driver and snapped the latch and handle assembly back in place to the door panel. I slid the upper door panel in place on the door and replaced the 6 screws. It was a simple repair and the new parts fit perfectly. I must commend PartsSelect on their delivery service. I ordered the parts on Saturday and received them on Tuesday during the busy Christmas week. It made my job easy.
removed panel behind handle. removed harness/handle assembly. insalled new handle. reinstalled backpanel it worked.
THe upper portion of the door was removed to gain access to the latch assembly.Removing wires and loosening nuts and micro switch screw allowed me to remove the assembly. The new unit fit perfectly and after repacing the wiring, nuts and screw. The upper prtion of the door was reattached. It now works as good as new. Thanks
My husband took off the old handle, we found the new part, it was delivered within a day and went back in with no difficulty. Easiest repair!
Took the top 6 screws out of the door and removed the top front panel. Saw that the handle was broken and one of the springs had fallen into the door. Ordered the replacement parts (diagrams on the site were great!). Once received, easily replaced the handle and the springs. Tested and everything worked like a champ. It literally could not have been easier.
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