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PartSelect Number PS2099645
This part senses when the door is closed so the cycle can start.
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:
remove the eight screws that hold the inside door cover to gain access to the door switch. remove the four wire conections and replace with new new switch
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1. Turned power to the unit off.2. Used a star bit to remove the 7 screws holding the door panel in place.3. Handed each to my 2 year-old grand daughter.4. Removed a 1" switch metal retaining plate and a black plastic cover. Removed one screw holding the switch in place.5. Gently lifted out the old switch and compared it to the replacement switch.6. Inserted the two black connectors into the new switch.7. Removed each of the four wires connected to the old switch and connected each, in-turn, to the new switch. Removed the exterior black handle from the old switch and snapped it into place on the new switch.8. Put the switch into place, reinstalled the black plastic housing cover and long 1" metal switch retaining panel.9. Set the door cover in place and let the 2 year-old screw in the 7 retaining screws.10. Don't have to listen to the wife complain about the dishwasher anymore.
I removed the screws on the inside of the door. Removed the cover and changed door switch and holder and put the new one in. Replaced the coverall in less than half an hour.
1 - Turned off the power2 - Loosened screws on inside door panel3 - Removed panel (still attached by ground wire)4 - Removed black swtich cover5 - Removed screws holding latch assembly6 - Dropped in new latch7 - Pulled away plastic switch holder, carefully8 - Examined black micro switches (Land R); noticed right switch button defective9 - Removed wires (2) from clips on right switch10 - Pulled out switch (holding up plastic arm)11 - Replaced defective switch from those in dorr switch assembly (I did not replace the plastic assembly itself, since the old one was OK, but you could if you wanted to be punctilious about it.12 - Screwed assembly back in position13 - Put on black cover again14 - put on inner plastic door panel15 - Screwed panel back16 - Ran a load of dishes - perfect!
I had to remove the screws around the door frame and remove the side panels that attached the inside cover from the interior of the door. Once I removed it I could then unscrew the top cover that then allowed me to remove an inside cover for the internal electrical connections and the door latch was then open for repair. The electrical connections to both sides of the door switch and holder assemby had to be pulled from the assembly and I was then able to remove the assembly and the door latch. The new door holder and latch handle had to be connected to the electrical wires and inserted back into the door and the initial process was reversed to reinstall.
very easy to replace! ! Remove the retaining screws holding the inner door panel in place. Then lift the panel away,make sure you unplug the wiring connector there noting the way it was plugged in. Then remove the screws holding the stainless trim panel in place over the latch assembly area. Unscrew the screw retaining the latch/switch assembly, unplug the connectors on each side of the two switches,assemble the new latch/switch assembly and install ! !
Our dishwasher got to the point where it would not complete a wash cycle. I found that by jiggling the door latch, the dishwasher would whir back to life. For awhile, if I put a clothespin on the door latch, somehow enough pressure would be put on the switch to keep the dishwasher going. Finally, the dishwasher refused to cooperate...so I ordered a replacement switch.The repair was easy. I only had to remove the interior door panel, unscrew the metal bar at the top of the door and underneath the door panel, then remove the black plastic shield. After that, it was just a matter of wiggling the old switch out and wiggling the new switch.CAUTION: Be very sure that the power to the dishwasher is turned off. I got a scare because I thought the circuit breaker was off, but I had flipped the wrong one and suddenly, with my fingers very close to the bare connectors, the dishwasher came back to life briefly. I ran downstairs and found the correct circuit breaker and all was fine after that.
Removed the inner door panel-Removed the black cowling covering the timer and wires.Removed the swicth assembly and installed new part.Reassembled dishwasher.I checked the operation of the two switches. One switch did not click, when button was pushed, as cleanly as the other. There was a bit of delay and play in the button when depressed, even sticking a bit.
Turned off power to machine t breaker. Open door and removed inside cover of door by reoving screws along edge. Removed panel over door switch. Unpluged old switch and pluged newswitch in. Replacd pannel and inside door cover. Turned power back on and washed dishes.
After checking this site for any clues I saw that others had the same problem and changed the door switch so I thought I would give it a shot.I removed the inner part of the door(plastic).It had about 8 screws.Then there was a plastic cover that covers the wiring that comes right out and there was the switch.There are really 2 switches that come with the latch.then take out one screw with the nut driver.Take the four wires off the old latch and install on the new latch.Then screw back into the door and put inside part of the door together.Close the door and turn on and away you go.I also turned off the power to play it safe.I was thinking of replacing the dishwasher cause it is 10 years old but now I can take my time and wait for a good deal.Thank you very much partselect.Also I ordered the part 12.00 Sunday nite and recieved it on Tuesday afternoon with no special shipping.Wow!
Once I removed the inside panel from the door replacing the switch was pretty simple. completed the job in less than twenty minutes.This was the third appliance I have repaired with the help of Parts Select in the last three months.
Removed door interior, confirmed with tester that power was reaching door cut-off switch, but not power on other side of switch when engaged. Noticed that little switch button frozen in shut position, assumed switch had burned out. Installer new door cut-off switch with new (dual) switch units in place, plugged in unit and it ran perfectly.
Took out screws on inner door(door part #8), being careful not to let the door swing upward once the screws were removed. Then removed bar reinforcement (door part#9). Next removed the control panel barrier (control panel part #6). Took picutre of items to be removed. Next removed the wires from the door switch, had to use needle nose pliers. Removed door switch&latch handle. Reassembled parts using old "foam". Easy. Total cost: $34. 49 Vs a quoted price of $160-200. 00 For service&parts.
I determined that the problem was the door switch after disassembling the door and noting a broken electrica switch. After receiving the new part, I replaced the whole door switch assembly, and the dishwasher turns on and works fine.
My husband removed the screws that hold the inside panel in place to expose the contral panel area. He disconnected the wire connections and removed the part to replace. One of the relay housings cracked and he had to glue it back together before he could reassemble the whole thing. I did not include drying time in the repair time estimate. After reassembly, the dishwasher worked like a charm.Many thanks to PartSelect.com and my husband!
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