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PartSelect Number PS3486910
This drip bowl, also known as the drip pan and burner bowl, is 6 inches in diameter and is used to catch spills from cooking on the top burner. If your bowls are getting stained, dirty, or rusted, then this replacement can solve it. First, remove the element from the top stove, then pull out the old drip pan. Set the new bowl and make sure it is aligned to where the element is plugged into. Lastly, you can put the element back in. For safety precautions, make sure to unplug the range from the power source and wait until the surface is cool before replacing this part.
This part works with the following brands: GE, Hotpoint & Kenmore.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
1. Sit down and think of what would be the best and least difficult to remove the rollers.2 Remove end caps from rails.3. With end caps off pull top tray out .4. remove old rollers and re[lace with new rollers 5. Reverse the above steps in 4,3,2 and load dishwasher.6. Sit back and relax.
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unclipped end piece from runner; unclipped broken roller from rack; inserted new roller assembly (one piece); clipped to rack; clipped back on end piece. might not of taken 30 seconds,
First we removed the end cap of the track thing on the side, then the broken roller was taken out and the new roller put in and the end cap replaced. the other half of the broken roller was removed from the rack and the new piece clipped on. The hardest part was getting the end cap off. It took some effort but finally came off.
removed end caps from metal runner and slid top rack out. Popped off old brocken rollers and snapped new ones in place. replaced top rack and popped end caps back into place. Very easy repair. Took less than five minutes
With a combination for pulling with pliers and jambing with screwdrivers, I pried off the endcaps on the upper rack slides. Pretty easy but busted one of the endcaps. Slid upper rack out, popped the old rollers off and popped the new ones on, EASY! Should have ordered new endcaps at the same time, would have saved time. I was truly considering just buying a new dishwasher, but now I will probably get several more years out of it! Thanks!!!! Got back on the computer and ordered a new endcap which arrived in like 2 days! I am very pleased!
I had to take the ends off of the two glides that held the rollers. This was the most difficult part. They are plastic and tricky as you have to push in a small part while pulling out the edge- felt like they were going to break. Next pop off the old rollers and replace by inserting the metal end on the top rack into the new roller then snapping them on. Last was replacing the plastic at the end of the two glides- also tricky. Pull on the outside while pushing on the inside. A VERY two handed project!All done in under 5 minutes!!!Works great- and the top rack is no longer falling off.
I removed the roller keepers by tapping the rails where they were indented and slide out the keepers. I rolled the top rack out and removed all four rollers by pushing the rollers onto the pins and clipping the rollers to top rack. I rolled the rack back into place and slide the keepers back into place. I took the hammer and screwdiver and bent the indentations back into place to keep the rack in place. I had been really dreading tackleing this job but after finding the part select web site I had no fear at all. They made the repair easy.
You need to carefully take off the end caps (which I broke), pull off the rack rollers/ snap the new rack rollers on, and carefully place the end caps back on.
The parts arrived early that lead-time posted. Excellent service and price.Have already reccomended the site to four other neighbors & friends.
pulled out the roller bar, removed old clips, took of ends, replaced clips, replaced ends on rollers. real easy, hardest part was removing the roller end, needed a screwdriver to get out.
Removed the end caps from the rails. Slid the broken rollers from the rails. unclip the broken axel from the basket. Clip on the new roller assemblies. Feed rollers back onto rails. Reinsert the end caps onto rails. Done. Couldn't be much easier. There are diagrams on line.
It was super easy- Pulled the top tray out, pulled of the old rollers. Gladly tossed them in the garbage and replaced with the new ones. It is amazing a cheap little part could make a million dollar difference. It slides so easy now. thanks -Made brownie points with the wife.
Easy out and in repair with OEM parts.
I watched the instructional video when I ordered the new rollers and found it to be extremely helpful. I did exactly what the instructions told me and had the new rollers on in about 10 minutes. Very easy!
Finally determined how the caps at the front of the rack slides are removed. You twist the front part inward till the plastic notch disengages from the slide and you can pop it out. I was surprised that the front part actually twists without snapping in two.Once caps are removed you can slide the rollers out the end. New rollers can be snapped onto the rack and then onto the slide.I was able to push the caps back into place using pliers to push them in till the notches lined up on the slide.
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