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PartSelect Number PS260070
This part works with the following brands: GE, Hotpoint & Kenmore.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Our older dishwasher would get hung up and not proceed to its next wash cycle. I removed the power to the unit took it apart to inspect. I figured it was somthing to do with the timer. I unhooked the power connection to the motor for the timer. I then plugged the unit back in and checked voltage to the timer motor. I had power at the connection. I then plugged the connection back into the timer motor. The timer motor still did not function. I went online looking for parts and found this site www.partselect.com. All the parts needed to make repairs were listed and good pictures showing the parts I needed. The part was recived a couple days later. I installed the new timer plugged the unit it and it works great now. I even purched a couple other parts to make the unit good as new.
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Disconnected power to dishwasher removed the seven screws that hold inside liner to door, and placed liner to the side. Disconnected power leads to timer then removed the two screws that held the timer in place.Installed new timer in revers order.Also replaced the door gasket, one door liner screw, and the vent pad.The most difficult part was keeping the door latch mechanisim in place when reinstalling the door liner.
Timer - (easy):Turn off power for unit at breaker box. Open the front door and remove the screws holding the front cover. Locate timer. Unplug timer and remove screws holding timer in place. Reverse process to install new timer.Drain solenoid - (a little harder):Turn off water to dishwasher under sink and disconnect from plumbing. Disconnect drain line. Remove any screws holding dishwasher in place and start pulling unit from it's cavity. It should come about half way out. At this time you can peer under the unit and see the drain solenoid.If you don't know what you're doing (like me) I recommend the following. Remove the water line from the dishwasher (and possibly the drain line) It should now be easy to pull the unit all the way out and tip it on it's side, fully exposing the drain solenoid. Note: The drain solenoid provided to me was encapsulated in a different bracket than the original one in my dishwasher unit. It was necessary to pry the solenoid out by bending the bracket and installing in the original bracket. Then squeeze back together in a vice with a few gentle love taps with a hammer to squeeze it all back together. It was still a little loose but the solenoid just goes up and down so no big deal.There's a little metal clip holding the white plastic arm to the drain valve. Let's say this O represents the diameter of the metal rod it's hooked to. That clip is removed by a small screwdriver pushing the clip away from that rod, this way: 0 ==> It will make sense once you do it.From there it's pretty easy to replace the solenoid unit and reverse the steps above to re-install the unit.Chris
Remove the back of the front panel. Replace timer held by 2 screws and 2 elec. connectors.
pulled out old motor. replaced new motor. works like new. i couldent use the hole unit because it was for a dryer. i new the motor would work because it had the same gear and rpm. i couldent find a motor no wear.
Removed the 6 screws and took off the inside pannel. Removed 2 screws that secured the timer.Unplugged old timer leads and put the new one in reverse sequence. Piece of cake.
i removed the screws that holds the timer in place and removed the wires and installed the new timer and it worked like a charm
I took the inside of the door off of the dishwasher and disconnected the timer, ordered the new timer and with a couple of screws and the attachment of 3 wires I was back in business! Now my dishwasher is working better than ever!
My old timer stopped rotating. Ordered this one. It showed up and the part number is off by one digit. Put the new one in, and the timer rotates fine, however water is no longer coming into the dishwasher. Put the old timer back in and manually rotated it and water comes in no problem. So we figured the old timer's electrical motor is burned out, and the new timer's signaling function is probably a bit different. Turns out the motor is really easy to remove, just pry the metal latch out a bit with a flat screwdriver and out it comes. We put the motor from the new timer on our old timer, and presto, everything works! Like other reviewers said here, pop off the seven screws and the interior door panel comes right off. Disconnect the power plug, signal plug and ground plug and reverse the procedure. Really easy repair. Make sure you shut off the fuse panel before starting the repair.
replaced the master toner relay.
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