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PartSelect Number PS263963
This baffle fits the lower right hand corner of some dishwashers. It is black and has a matching left hand lower corner baffle. It is recommended that you replace and install both left and right at the same time.
This part works with the following brands: GE, Hotpoint & Kenmore.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
The left and right side baffles should be installed/replaced at the same time. Right side baffle is sold separately.
I had a slow drip under the dish washer that originated from the solenoid shaft. The replacement o ring fixed it up. While I had it pulled out I replaced all the door seals and top rack rollers.I ordered the parts on a Thursday evening and received them on Friday. WOW now that's fast! The parts came from Illinois and I live in Indiana so that might have helped but I was very surprised and glad for the quick service. I would defiantly order from Parts Select again. Thank you!
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The replacement of door rubber seal was easy as well as the corner boot tub baffles. I did take the door off to make cleaning and installing seal easy. I wish your web site would recommend if replacing certain parts, additionalparts should be replaced at the same time. For my project I should havereplaced the 3 inch separate seal located inside bottom of door. You can'tsee it until removal of the door. I am thankful for the easy to followinstructions other people wrote and it made the job much less stressful..Thanks again
removed both corner baffles, also door gasket was bad, all parts were easy to order and install, the customer service was excellant with all my questions and concerns to get the right part and the parts arrived in just two days, thank you
My GE Potscrubber 940 would not drain on all cycles. After checking the basin traps and not finding any blockage in the water drain line, I suspected that the problem was with the drain solenoid, since the motor was running smooth. I removed the dishwasher, primarily by removing the water supply line on the left side from the water inlet valve and disconnecting the electrical connections. Make sure you turn off the water and electricity before you do any work on the dishwasher. With the dishwasher taken out and on its side, the drain solenoid unit will be visible near the motor in the middle assuming that the front bottom panel of the dishwasher has been removed. I found mine to be all crudded up. I removed the electrical connections and the solenoid bracket. Then by using my multimeter, I found a bad resistance reading (infinity) for the solenoid. I ordered the Drain Solenoid Repair Kit and replaced all the items except the plastic rocker arm. Naturally, just reverse your steps to get the dishwasher back together. Turn the water and electricity back on and fire her up. Check for proper operation and any leaks and you should be done.
The baffles looked worn so I started with replacing both of those. This did reduce the leaking from the left corner but did not totally stop it. I then decided to replace the door gasket so I put in an order for one and it came the following day. This was also very easy (no tools required). I just cleaned really good and dried the area and put the new door gasket in. NO MORE LEAK! We are getting ready to sell our home and this saved us from having to buy a new dishwasher. Thanks PartSelect:)
Opened door, Removed lower tub baffles on each side of tub, cleaned area and inserted new baffles, no tools needed
Simply replaced the left and right baffle. Leaking stopped completely. Wanted to run the dishwasher 3 times before I responded and so far, so good!! Very simple to replace
Simply remove both baffles by hand, wash space under baffles with warm water and dry, then insert new ones which fit perfectly and were tight.
the parts just pull off and after cleaning the area the new corners just slide into place unfortunately it still leaks and is mostly likely the door seal. we are deciding that it may be time to replace the whole unit.
Replaced both left and right baffle and the problem seems to be corrected. Very simple without the assistant of a professional.
Leaking at bottom of door edge - ordered new gaskets all around - no sense in replacing one at a time and paying extra shipping. Removed screws on the inside of the door panel and it lifted off easily. bottom corner of gasket was black and that is where some of the leaking was from. I replaced the door seal and ran the washer and it still leaked.... Pulled the washer out from the enclosure and it was quite wet back there - so I wanted to pull the washer to dry and clean things up - turned off power and water and remove screws at top edge that secure it to countertop. Insulation wrap was wet - Removed that and put it into the sun to dry - no sign of where water was leaking - reconnected water and power and ran a cycle with the washer pulled out - slowly leaking from top of washer where hose enters the top sprayer. Was easy to get to the sprayer - two little screws hold it in - removed the hose that feeds the sprayer and it was disintegrating - crumbly- I ordered the part and put it all back together and used a washer at the sprayer/hose junction to compress the fitting in hopes it would hold until the replacement came - it did. The replacement installed in 10 mins and did not need to disconect water or power. I would suggest replacing this hose at the same time you replace door seals based on condition of my hose.
The solenoid and linkage was easy to disasemble, but getting the retainer (push on nut) off was difficult without removing the motor and pump. Once removed it was a snap. Getting the pump/motor back onto the pipes was near impossible from underneath. I had to remove the dishwasher from under the countertop to get it back correctly. I would reccomend doing this for this repair, as it made life a lot easier. Unwiring and removing the water supply line was not a problem either. WORKS AS GOOD AS NEW!
Removed old parts and installed the new ones.
I just installed the tub baffles in place by hand and ran the dishwasher and the leak is gone. No old baffles was in the place where they should have been. I had a servece man out and he didn't know why it leaked so I got on your web site and found out about the baffles could be the reason it was leaking. Thats when I look at the area for the baffles and found they were no baffles. Next time I see the service man I will tell him how I fixed the problem. He should pay me and not bill me ( ha ha ). Many thanks for you good service.
Door seal was brittle and flat.Not a hard job to do just having to keep making sure the seal did not pop out on the bottom corners of the door. The seal would tare easy so have to be careful. Before you remove the old seal on the bottom of door there is a 4 inch space between the ends of the seal. Mark the spot with marker so you know where to start placing the new seal.Baffles were orginaly put in place with plummer putty, do not use this. Get GE clear seal is the best will hold forever but will come loose with a good tug. easy to clean out when replacing baffles again. Do not use any sealent when inserting the door seal just push into opening. Make sure you support the door when pushing down on door to put the seal in the slots. The hardest part is the bottom corners the seal tends to slip out I found that if I streached the seal over the openings and continued on and come back to the corners it was easier to make the seal slip in.
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