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PartSelect Number PS452448
This kit comes with one axel/clip and one wheel/roller.
This part works with the following brands: Frigidaire, Gibson, Kelvinator, Kenmore, Tappan & White-Westinghouse.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Remove the bottom cover plate. Disconnect the water inlet and black rubber hose. Remove 2 mounting screws. Pull out electrical connector. Reverse order. Be sure to get the brass inlet connector really tight so it won't leak. I did the final tightning after the part is mounted. Not a bad repair at all. The only problem was that it leaked in the first place and messed up my subfloor and laminate flooring.
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Took the roller out of the package, snapped it into place. Less than 15 seconds. Works good as new.
It was simple, I do have extended warranty from AHS, but they charge me a trip charge of $55 per repair, and then all parts and labor is covered. But when I checked with Parts Select the parts costed me about $10, so I decided to do it myself.While I was at it, I also bought other parts and updated my dishwasher with some upgrades.Good place to buy any parts from, they are very helpful, if you do not know your parts. They even had drawings of my dishwasher, and this actually helped me find what kind of other parts I could buy to upgrade my dishwasher.Parts select is on my favorites list and pass it on to all my friends.
The repair was extremely easy!!!!!!!! All I had to do was unscrew the 6 screws on the inside of the door panel. After that I had to unscrew the 2 screws that attached the latch to the panel. Once they were off I just pulled off the 4 wires from the old latch and slid them back on the corresponding metal "tongs" of the new latch. I attached the latch to the panel with the 2 screws. After that I pushed the panel back onto the door and screwed the 6 screws back in......voila.....all done(-:
Popped the old melted wheels off and simply clicked the new ones into place. It took less than 2 minutes.
Alighned the bracket and pushed in.
One Roller detatched and hit the heat coil and melted. Both of the Spring Linkages borke. It's was quite obvious they were made not to last long. My Husband did the repairs. Thank you for asking.
removed the remnants of the old wheels and popped the new ones on....simpleGot to say, I was pretty amazed that I received my order the following day! You guys are wonderful!
Very, very easy. Pop off the old wheels and snap the new ones into place on the rack.
Took out the 2 set screws in the counter that held the dishwasher in place; pulled it out and found the broken spring; replaced both springs. Pushed the washer back in place reset the screws. Then snaped on the 3 rack wheels and was done! Now, all I have to do is to keep the grand babay from helping too much!
Just snapped the wheels on and attached the bracket to the existing part.
I went to your website found part# and parts diagram and ordered parts . I picked standard shipping . That evening e-mailed me they were instock and shipped also gave tracking # thet parts were here the next day.I removed the front dec panel then the 4 nut& bolts holding door to hinges(with door in closed position).Then I removed the 2 screws holding the hinges to the frame/axle. Replaced hinges with new ones .Put screws back in frame/axle . Put 4 nut and bolts back to secure door to hinges . Then i reinstalled under counter put new wheels on lower rack . I then filled it with dishes and ran a long cycle checked for leaks THEIR WERE NONE!!! THANK GOD !! Job complete, Thanks parts direct for a well designed website and detailed pics and parts#. TIM
So easy it shouldn't even count as a repair, really. The dishwasher, there when I bought the place, had a lower rack that wouldn't roll out as it should. That's because there were no wheels on the left side. The rack lifts out easily. These wheels snap on to small protrusions from the wire rack.
I clipped the wheels onto the rack. It couldn't be any easier. then i removed the # 25 torx screw which attached the broken slide wheel to the tub and installed the new wheel with the same torx screw.
The new roller just snapped in place.
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