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PartSelect Number PS11751688
This is the door latch and switches only. The handle is not included with this part.
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:
First I watched the repair video provided at your site. Once I got the right part, it went like a breeze. Just a phillips head screw driver and 5 minutes of my time. Speaking if the right part.... I would suggest that you remove the 'LATCH-DOOR-NO Handle' from your parts list.It only cause confusion in ordering the part I needed, and a loss of several days time in the repair cycle.All in all, a good repair experience. I would reccommend you to my " Do It Yourself" friends. Thanks, Harold L.
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Disconnect power, remove inside cover from door, disconnect e-plugs from latch assy., remove latch assy., open cover of black box retaining printed circuit board, unplug e-connections from circuit board, remove Panel Control and replace with new panel, reconnect e-connections to circuit board, replace cover on black box, snap in new latch assy. and connect the two e-plugs to it, put inside door cover back on. Power up dishwasher and test its functions. Done.PS: It wasn't really nessesary to replace the control panel (a $72.00) item, those plastic snap on's are not needed to secure the latch assy. They just hold it in place unil you put the screws back in which secure the inside door cover.
I turned off the electricity at the circuit breaker. Sitting in a chair in front of the opened dishwasher with the partially opened door resting on my knees, I removed the 10 screws lining the inside of the door (setting them in order on the cabinet above -- 2 are different length so this helps keep them in order.I tilted the inner cover on the door up (which is what the screws had been holding). With the door not fully open because it was on my knees, I was able to position the cover so that I did not have to remove the connection to the soap dispenser.The two middle screws removed earlier were the screws that held the latch in place, so the assembly was already loose at this point. I put a black mark on the assembly to mark the side that the black wires were attached. Then with the pliers removed the plugs that were connected to the switches on either side of the assembly. Then marked the replacement assembly with the black mark on the same side as the one removed. I attached the plugs to the the replacement assembly using the black mark as reminder for which side was which. I lined up the latch on the door where it goes, lowered the lid (lifting the lower edge over the base a little), lined up and started the latch screws (middle 2), then started all of the other screws and then tightened them all. Closed the lid and tested the latch. It was closing correctly now. I turned on the electricity and tested to make sure all was now working properly.
Turn off the power. Remove all the dooe panel screws. Tape the iner door panel to the counter top to hold it out of the way. Remove the plugs from the latch. Remove the handel and install it in the new latch. Remove the Control Panel and replace it with the new Control Panel. Plug the ribbon cable into the socket on the circuit board. Reistall the plugs on the door latch. Fit the inner panel to the door and replace the screws. Turn on the power. Lots of green lights and a dishwasher that works.
I removed the inside door panel, unplugged the old assembly and replaced with the new. The only caveat is that I THOUGHT the unit came WITH a new plastic handle, and it did not. It was very difficult to remove the handle from the old unit, and to install it in the new unit. The description was not adequate. I had read other blogs and they warned of the same missing handle, and I thought I had ordered correctly. The repair is fine, but the old handle is cracked, so I dont know how long it will last.
The door wouldn't close and it thought it the sensor was constantly open so it would turn on even if the door was wide open. Took the 10 or so torx screws off and removed the cover. Lifted the old assembly out and had to use pliers to get the wires detached from the door sensors. Attached the sensors to the new assembly, replaced the cover and screws and that was it. very easy fix.
Easy! Unscrewed panel, took off old latch, put on new. Took about five minutes.
First I made sure the breaker for the appliance was turned off!I only had to unscrew all the screws from the inside door.Next I used pliers to pry the old Latch Assembly (it is all pig tailed so only to plugs to undo).Next, I snapped the new Latch Assembly into the two sockets.Screws were replaced and wa la!Turned breaker on and tested. Easy as pie. Took about 10 minutes from collecting the tools, fixing the problem, and replacing all the tools.I actually had my 14 year old daughter do it so that she could learn how to make small repairs. This would have easily cost approximately $150 for a repairman to come and fix.Then we went to the garage and unstuck the valve on the carberator to our '75 Chevy! (it was cold).Not bad for a couple of girls!
First I removed the screws from the inside of the door exposing the latch assembly. Removed the old part and installed the new assembly. Don't screw it on to the door untill the cover is on again. First I ordered only the latch without the handle. Found after opening it up the handle was broken on the inside so had to order the assembly. It's a piece of cake to install. If you're having touble opening the door don't think because the handle looks ok from the outside it's not broken.. probably is. Partselect.com is the greatest company to deal with. I'd recommend them to anyone and have.Sam
Removed screws. New Part does not come as an assy. Need to order handle. Other sights offer full assy for less.
Removed ~12 screws holding the inside liner onto the door. Pulled off the two connectors (one with black and one with white wires). Replace the handle and latch mechanism. Redid connections and replaced screws. Viola. (Be sure to buy BOTH the handle and latch mechanism- I don't see how you could easily install the handle on the mechanism myself, and what broken in my case was the black handle).
I took the screws out of the door and un pluged ths brooken latch pluged in the new one replaced the door screws.
first, i removed the inner door panel exposing the latch assembly. i then disconnected the wiring to switches noting their locations. removed and replaced with new latch assembly, connected all wiring back to their corresponding switches, assembled the inner door panel and checked to make sure the latch was working properly.
1. remove inside door panel2. verified the part needed using partselect web site (entire latch assembly).3. removed connecting wire sockets and replaced part and door (simple process).
Turn off the power. Unscrew all the screws around the door. Pull back the door assembly. Unscrew the handle. Unhooked the wires or remove the relay switches from the latch assy. It was a lot easier removing the relay switches from the old handle and swapping them with the new one than removing the wires. Screw the handle back in. Screw the door back together. Very easy and cost effective especially if I had to buy a new dishwasher. Love the diagrams on line!
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