10 of 10 people found this instruction helpful
Level of DifficultyEasy
Time to do repair:Less than 15 mins
CustomerBryan from Gilbert AZ
Replacement of soap dispenser
I replaced the broken/cracked soap and Jet Dry dispenser (i.e. MODULE RINSE AND CAP ASM - part #PS1481889). (Water was leaking into the soap holder and hardening the soap into a lump before the door would open, rendering the soad useless).
1) Unplugged the dishwasher.
2) Unscrewed the 6 screws holding the front stainless steel panel to the plastic door; set aside panel and insulation.
3) Unplugged two wires from small electric motor in broken ASM.
4) Unscrewed 6 screws holding ASM in place; easily slid out of door.
5) Slid in replacement ASM and put 6 screws back in (tightened snugly to make slightly warped door bend to new ASM).
6) Plug back in two wires into new ASM.
7) Re-attached stainless steel cover to door (having a 2nd person hold this in place while screwing would've helped).
All done - works like a charm! No more dirty dishes because the soap didn't work right...
Bottom line: If you have a phillips head screwdriver, you can do this repair. Easy to do.
3 of 5 people found this instruction helpful
Level of DifficultyReally easy
Time to do repair:15 - 30 mins
Customersteve from parsippany NJ
Soap compartment door latch broken
FIRST REMOVED THE EIGHT PHILIPS HEAD SCREWS THAT HOLD THE OUTSIDE BOTTOM DOOR COVER, TO GET ACCESS TO THE MODULE. THEN REMOVED THE TWO WIRES AND THE TEN SCREWS HOLDING THE MODULE IN PLACE. PUT THE NEW MODULE BACK IN, RECONNECTED THE WIRES, AND RE-TIGHTEN EVERYTHING. DID NOT HAVE TO USE THE BRACKET AND CAP.