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PartSelect Number PS11748729
This part includes the black handle, latch and 2 switches. This part is a simple on/off mechanism that prohibits the dishwasher from operating when the door is open.
NOTE: White handle is no longer available.
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:
Easiest repair I've done and I'm not a real handy guy. I removed all the screws around the frame, disconnected the two wires.. making sure electricity turned off. inserted the new piece and voila.. after replacing all the screws it fit fine and worked like a charm. And besides the price was right ant thedelivery service outstanding! On my list for any further parts. Thank you.
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Remove about 8 torx screws on inside door panel. Prop panel to hold door open. Disconnect power from dishwasher (I did not realize I was getting entire latch assembly including switches). Old latch assembly comes right off since it is secure with panel screws. Using a flat head, carefully pry electrical connectors from switches; I would remove one and immediately connect it on the new assembly so I would not get them mixed up. Reposition new assembly on door. Put panel back in place and replace screws. Door may "pop" when closed but that is just the panel snapping back in place. Restore power to dishwasher. Test door latch. Voila!
Removed the eleven torx t 20 screws from the inner door panel, which when lifted up ,exposed the door latching mechanism. Removed 4 wire clips, removed old latych assy. installed new assy. using reverse order.( very simple )
i unscrewed the torx screws and removed the inside panel. The latch and handle was loose so i just unpluged it and plug the new one up. Then i just put the panel back on.
Ifirst tried to get a replacement from Maytag.com. Bad mistake, all they list are recommended service centers. but my son went on your website and found the part in 30 seconds! So I went ahead and placed the order. Replacing the handle was real easy. after unplugging the dishwasher, I just removed the 9 or so screws from tthe back cover using a cordless screwdriver. Then i simply transferred the 2 electrical connections from the old handle to the new handle and reattached the back cover. Took less than 5 minutes. Probably saved over a hundred bucks doing it myself since a serviceman would have charged that much to replace the busted handle. Next time I get another busted appliance, I'll make sure to make your website my first stop for spare parts. Thanks a lot!
First I removed the screws in the door panel and removed old latch assembly and replaced with a new latch handle. Then I removed the screen assembly from around the impeller and replaced the impeller.
I removed the screws that hold the cover on the dishwasher door. I disconnected the wires from the old latch assembly and connected them to the new latch assembly. I replaced the door cover and replaced the screws.
Unscrewed the inside door panel, uplugged the old door latch, plugged in the new and screwed the door panel back on.
Removed the inner front panel, removed broken latch handle and put in new handle. PartSelect is great to do business with!
Removed inside door panel hardware .Removed old latch after disassembly of mounting structure.Problem occurs with new latch which is redesigned to fit more than one model. Insert tabs have to be slide behind the mounting mechanism hold downs. Caution must be taken to prevent damaging the tabs.Trial and error is required for this step.Reassemble the inside door panel.
removed inside door panel 12 screws. Removed and replaced latch assembly, installed inner door panel
Simply removed 8 screws holding front panel, removed 2 connectors, installed new part. Very easy.Should have done it sooner.
Turned power off. Removed inside door liner. Latch assembly was then exposed. Removed two wiring clips. Put clips on new assembly. Placed latch inside door. Reinstalled door liner. Very easy.
I removed the upper and lower trays. In the process I broke one of the rail stops. They snap in & out but if your not familiar with how they work it's easy to break one. After removing the trays the docking stations snap out with little effort. The flappers push into the openings on the docking station and then just snap the docking station into place. The door handle broke (cheap plastic) so I replaced the whole assembly. You'll need a #20 torx driver to remove the screws around the inside door panel. Lift the panel up just enough to remove the switch and handle assembly. With a small flat blade screwdriver pry off the electrical connectors. Open the circuit breaker to the dishwasher if you're not comfortable with working on live circuits. Remove and replace the switch assembly, replace the connectors, and replace the screws to the door panel. It's so easy
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