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PartSelect Number PS11748730
This bisque door latch with the switches is a simple on/off mechanism that prohibits the dishwasher from operating when the door is open. Please NOTE: The bisque handle is no longer available separately. Only available with this assembly.
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:
Unscewed 11 scews, unpluged electrical connections, Of course, made sure power was diconnected,replased hander according to website directions, very simple, took ten minutes. Thanks. You saved at least $100.00 dallars
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Removed the inside panel of the door, removed the latch assembly using a pair of pliers to release the wire connectors. Installed wiring on new door latch assembly. Placed new latch inside of door and reinstalled the inner door panel. Tested the repair, works fine.
So easy a Cave man could do it. Remove 8 screws, prop open inner cover, lift out old latch unit, unplug power switch leads and replace. I did this with the power on but recommend turning it off for your safety. Very easy and part arrived in 2 days.
replaced assembly by removing screws around inside of door and opening up interior door and unplugging two wires. removed failed unit and put in the new one.
First, I removed the screws holding the inter liner to expose the broken part. I then removed the handle assemble, the broken part. I then got on the internet and serached for a parts place replacement company and I found Parts Select. I entered my request and purchased the replacement part within minutes. The part arrived in a couple of days and I installed it without a problem. Great service!
Remove screws holding the panel inside the door.Use weight to keep the door open.Disconnect connectors at the door latch.New latch fits in nicely, replace connectors.Screw the door panel into place.The hard part: separating the 2 connectors fromthe micro switches on the latch.
Turned power off at the breaker. Opened the inside skin of the door by removing torx screws. Broken handle came right out. Released power supply clamps from old switch and removed wiring harness. Attached power cable to replacement switch. They were tricky to seat properly. Reset handle and closed door.
Be careful when ordering. The Door Latch cost more than the Handle and Door Latch which is confusing. The return was easy.First, remove the 12 Torx screws holding the the inside door panel. Second, unplug the old Handle and Door Latch. Third, plug in the new Handle and Door latch. Fourth, reposition the door panel and reinstall the 12 Torx screws. Done
Turn off power at fuse boxRemove screws from inner door panelLift door panel up - pull out latch assemblyPry off wire connectors from switches on old latchReinstall wire connectors on new switchesPlace new latch on doorReassemble door panelTurn power onHave replaced latch once before - 3 year lifeIs pretty straightforward
Could not easily remove the wires from old switches that are connected to the broken handle, but could remove the switches and reuse them on the new handle assembly. Just needed the handle assembly only (not handle assembly with switches).
First turn off power to dishwasher. I then got dishwasher open and removed screws on inside. I then found the broken handle and I then disconnected the wired connections from the handle and slid it out. searched for it on partselect.com . They had it in stock, I ordered it on a Saturday and received it on the following Tuesday. I installed it and it worked great. I will use this site again for any parts needed in the future.
Removed interior front of door, about 8 screws. Disconected the wiring from the door handle after turning off the power. Unscrewed the old door handle and replaced with new on after attaching the wires. This is the fourth door handle on a six year old appliance. Two were under warrenty plus the original. This would have cost about $125 if the appliance store had done the work instead of $30.00.
I removed the screws from the inside of the door that mount the inside panel to the door frame. The latch assembly is mounted with 2 of these screws. I disconnected the wires on the old latch assembly and installed them on the new assembly. Note: the connectors are color coded and need to go on the correct side of thelatch assembly. Then put the assembly into place on the door frame. Then I replaced the inner panel using the screwsw previously removed. I then tested the latch-works perfect. Thanks Partselect.com...you are the best!!!
Replacement took maybe 3 minutes.If you can not replace this part, then you have no business owning a home or going to the bathroom by yourself.PartsSelect was economical and shipping was lightening fast. I'll be back for all my appliance parts needs.
Took the inside cover off the door and replaced the handle. This probably saved us $100 by the time we would have paid for a service call from a repair man.
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