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PartSelect Number PS11747642
This wheel mounting strip is ten and a half inches long.
This part works with the following brands: Whirlpool, Admiral, Estate, Inglis, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Roper, Maytag, Crosley, Jenn-Air, Hardwick, Magic Chef, Amana, Caloric & Glenwood.
The sketches on PartSelect.com were very-very helpful, in picking up the parts to order and also while fixing the parts.For oven range. First I removed the two screws that hold the flat top in place and lifted the flat top. I then unscrewed the two screws that holds the element kit. Disconnected the three wires, and replaced the broken element with the new one. All done.For dishwasher, just snapped the parts in and all set.
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I had two problems with the dishwasher. The top basket was loose, but the main problem was a plastic part inside the bottom assembly. The part was backordered, so I re-ordered it through Sears. They said it would arrive in two days. Theirs came in two weeks, and their customer service was terrible.Your "backordered" part came in two days, even before it was supposed to come had the part not been back ordered. I am delighted with your customer service and your company. The illustrations on your website were excellent. They helped us not only to identify the part, but to diagnose the problem. This was my first purchase through your company and if I ever need parts again, there is absolutely no reason to go anywhere else.You have an excellent company, and great website! I bookmarked your page for future purchases.
I aligned the V-shaped tabs on the inner side of the part with the slots in the mating part and simply pulled the old part out (it was already disengaged from the wheels in the metal rail). I then inserted the new part into the slots. One side went in well, but the other side required the part to be bowed slightly to match up the V-shaped tab with the slot. Then the hard part was getting the wheels in position to snap them on. Once in position, it took a bit of effort to engage the snaps in each wheel. I was afraid of breaking the new part. These snaps are very stiff and even with the notch between them there isn't any give, but I was able to apply enough constant, steady pressure to finally get them to snap in without breaking.
No Tools Required! unclip the end caps of the slide rails, slide the upper rack out of the dishwasher. Remove the broken Wheel Mounting Strip from the rack and replace with the new unit. Re-assemble the rack into the dishwasher and re-fasten the end caps. Don't forget to get the appropriate accolades from your spouse!
I brought the rack to my computer and pulled up your diagram. It was relatively easy to follow the diagram to install the parts. They didn't need any tools, just snap them in place. Wife factor, very high, she can now use the dishwasher again.
Simply took old parts off and replaced them with new parts - no tools required.
Take old wheel off and snap on new wheel-very easy
The side that was broken,the wheels mounted to the tray itself not brakets so to keep cost down I had my wife buy parts to match otherside (two clip-on brakets,slide bar and wheels)and costom fit to the broken side which made the wheels to far from the slide-rail on the inside wall of the dishwasher so i spaced both side-rails out from the innerwalls withthe write size washers to make the slide-rails work,it will give us at least two to four more years of use unless someone falls on it again (I'm a 53 year old carpenter of thirty years and always have think ahead this time it worked,made my wife happy and saved my son money $$)
Removed the white mounting strip on the right side of the upper dishwasher rack by aligning the v-shaped slot. Note that one slot that's aligned with the "v" and push that part through the slot. It will take a slight downward twist to align the second slot, then push that slot downward as well. I popped the mounting strip from the wheels (the front mount on the mounting strip was damaged to it came out easily). Put the mounting strip back in through the "v" slots (reversing the above direction starting with the slot that aligns at a slight angle first), then snapped the wheels back into the mounting strip.One note when ordering is that the picture shows the strip with wheels, but the strip came without wheels. Fortunately, the existing wheels worked OK, but be aware that you should order the wheels separately if they're damaged as well. No tools required and the only tricky part was figuring out now to get the "v" in the mounting strip aligned with the slots (and doing it in the right sequence.)
The entire repair took less than a couple of minutes, and I'm not very mechanical. It was easy. I used a screwdriver to pry open the cap at the end of the upper rack's rail. Removed the rack. Attached the new pieces (simply snapped them on). Then, I put it all back together.
Sanpped off the old parts and snapped on the new ones.. very easy..
I simply snapped off the old pieces and snapped on the new ones...Couldn't have taken more than 5 minutes. AMAZING selection of parts...HIGHLY RECCOMEND THIS WEBSITE!
Removed spray arm from bottom of dishwasher, Then three torx screws holding housing and filter screen together. Next the 5/16 screws csme out and I founf the broken pump impeller pieces. Took the 5/16 screw out of the broken impeller hub and pryed the broken hub off the shaft with two screwdrivers. Be careful not to break the housing when taking off the broken hub. (hardest part was getting the broken piece off). Also went deeper and replaced the drain pump impeller ( which was not broken) and the seal assembly. re assembled in reverse order. Repared a broken wheel on the top rack too. Unit works great. Thanks for the fast service and valuable info for the home repair person
It was very easy, I just took out top rack got the old mounting strip, which just pulled right out. At that point I put the Mounting Strip right in, which fit like a glove then popped the wheels back on ! I then put the rack back in and secured it and pushed the rack in and Voila! Done.
The upper basket is designed for easy disassembly. I removed the upper basket, removed the wheel mounting strip from the basket, removed the wheel from the broken stud and the wheel from the unbroken stud (had to break the stud in the process), pressed the wheels onto the new strip, and reassembled the mounting strip to the basket. Put the basket back into the dishwasher. The only difficulty I had was pressing the wheels onto the studs.
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