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PartSelect Number PS11749127
This adjuster connects to the right hand side of the top dishrack. It is used to change the height of the upper rack.
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 7 torx screws to take old adjuster off and reinstalled new adjuster. new adjuster actually looks more robust and better constructed than the factory original.
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Jesse, from San Jose (above) describes the situation perfectly. Here's the unique thing I noticed: the replacement parts are exact replacements! They fit well, and do the job admirably. I've ordered parts from Sears for older appliances, and the replacement part sometimes isn't what was originally used. Bottom line, Parts Select is awesome.
I was wondering what the big deal was I just got a glass the right size placed it in the right front conner on the lower shelf to support the middle shelf and like magic it worked. Then I used the t 30 (t stands for torx) and r & r the medal wheele assembley.
I propped up the dishwasher rack. I opened the stopper at the end of the track, just move it in the direction of the arrow. I removed the right side rack adjuster. I put the rack into the track, put the lever in the adjuster cover and put the cover in place. I replaced the screws and closed the stopper. I found it very simple for a female with limited repair experience, but I saved hundreds of dollars doing it myself.
First, I popped off the dishrack stop clips to release the upper basket out of the dishwasher. Then I took the five screws holding the broken rack adjuster off. I popped the new adjuster on and secured the screws. Lastly, I realined the basket back onto the tracks and put the stop clips back on. The repair was done while I chatted with my kids and without any written instuctions. Very easy!
Took Rack Out Installed Adjuster And Put Rack Back
I removed the top rack from the dishwasher. The screws on the cover plates were removed on the adjuster. The new adjuster on both sides were replaced and the cover plates were screwed back on. The rack was placed back into the dishwasher.
Removed covers on the rails holding the upper rack. Removed the upper rack and removed the screws from the upper rack assembly. Separated the cover from the old assembly and replaced it with the new one. Replaced the cover and the screws then slid the rack back into the rails and replaced the rail covers.
we unscrewed one side and removed the rack adjuster. we replaced the wheels and screwed in the side. it works perfectly.
My husband was away, and I could not wait until he came back, so as soon as I got the part I went to work on it. it was really easy. I removed the '4 or 5 screws holding it together, pulled the rack out and replaced it with the new one. Works great now! Definitely beats waiting all day for the repair man and its also cheaper.
Easy to repair. Take out old screws, replace broken half and reinstall.
repair was easy and fast.....
Very easy to install; took me longer to figure out how to get the end pieces off the track. Keep the screws from old part - new part does not include screws. The replacement part is better made than the original.
First, I removed the top rack. then I removed the broken rack adjuster, which was held on by Five Small screws. Next, I installed the new adjuster, replaced the top rack in it's proper position and ran a load of dishes.Works like new. Easy install.Tom Burns
My husband removed top rack, installed new rack adjusters and it was ready to go!
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