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Faucet Adapter
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PartSelect Number PS11751238
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10254672
The faucet adapter for your portable dishwasher or washing machine attaches to the faucet and allows you to connect the machine to the tap. Before you install the faucet adapter on your taps, be sure that it fits the coupler on your dishwasher or washer. As per the factory, this is used for faucets with inside or outside threads. For female connection (outside) just remove the washers. This adapter is approximately 1 inch in length, and slightly less than one inch in diameter. This adapter comes with two different thicknesses of rubber washer. You will not need to use both so be sure to determine which thickness works best for your tap before installing it.
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Stephen from Enfield, CT
faucet attachment would not sit correctly in hose connector to portable dishwasher. Received machine second hand. Could not find a replacement faucet adapter. So ordered new one and hose plus connector.
Turned machine on side. Removed two casters with Wonder Tool prybar. Then used it to remove plastic push screws holding cardboard bottom cover. Unscrewed water hose. Used screwdriver to remove clamp on drain hose. Stood machine upright, opened door. Unscrewed two screwsfrom tabs into woodblock top. Slid top forward and removed it. Cut plastic hose retainer. Removed hose assembly. Installed new hose by reversing steps. Used a new wire strap to hold hoses in place on top corner of machine. Read more...
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Faucet Adapter Coupling
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PartSelect Number PS7321390
Manufacturer Part Number 5304490369
This part connects the drain hose to the sink.
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Liza from Hazel Park, MI
Purchased used appliance that needed parts
I purchased a wonderful portable dishwasher at a garage sale for $20. The woman had just redecorated her kitchen and was selling the relatively new portable model. All it needed was a new caster and a faucet adapter. After ordering the parts, they arrived in a couple days, and after less than 5 minutes of installing them I had a "new" dishwasher that works like a champ! Thanks for making this so easy! Read more...
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$53.94
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Drain Hose
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PartSelect Number PS11747697
Manufacturer Part Number WP99002652
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Tim from Penn Valley, CA
Cat brought in a mouse that turned into a RAT!
Ist Repaired a hole in a rubber hose under the sink. 2nd Removed the 10 foot drainage hose with a regular screw driver (1 clamp at each end of the hose).
3rd Removed the insulation and replaced with the new after disinfecting the entire top and sides of the dishwasher with bleach. This eliminated all bad odor etc. only had to remove 2 plastic brads, 1 on each side of the unit.

Done and no leaks.
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Fill/Drain Hose Assembly
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PartSelect Number PS11746837
Manufacturer Part Number WP903404
This hose assembly is used for portable dishwashers.
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James from Wharton, TX
Faucet connection leaking, door leaking
Use towels to catch water that spills from unit. Lay unit on side to expose bottom. Remove plastic retainers, rear wheels, and bottom cover. Disconnect inlet and discharge hoses. Tie pull cord onto each hose separately. Temporarily re-install rear wheels. Set uinit upright. Remove two star screws from underside of wooden top. Slide top forward to release and remove top. Remove tie strap holding hoses to inner bracket. Lay unit on side again and pull hoses out. Remove discharge hose first to allow removal of inlet hose from plastic housing on back of unit. Tie pull cords to new hoses. Pull new hoses into unit. Reconnect hoses. Turn unit upright. Replace tie strap on bracket with new hoses. Hoses are marked as to where they should be secured to the bracket. Replace top. Remove old door gasket by pulling from one end of gasket. Clean gasket groove. Push new gasket into place. Close door to seat gasket. Remove and replace faucet adapter kit. Run unit and check for leaks. Lay unit on side, remove rear wheels, replace bottom cover and plastic retainers, reinstall rear wheels. Read more...
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Water Inlet Injector
PartSelect Number PS11746852
Manufacturer Part Number WP912533
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brian from osceola, WI
Water leasks from left side of dishwasher.
Remove screws that hold the unit to the countertop and pull dishwasher out. Unhook hose from inlet, replace old with new inlet and gasket. Reconnect hose, slide unit back in, install screws. Done. I had ordered just the gasket first and that didn't stop the leak. Read more...
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Drain Hose
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PartSelect Number PS11757610
Manufacturer Part Number WPY913158
This gray drain hose is eight feet long.
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TUAN from ATLANTA, GA
Leak at hose drain and under motor shaft
1. Hose drain: I could not use the new hose drain I bought because the female end to be hooked up to the dishwasher is not bendable enough without breaking the hard plastic casing. You can bend the corrugated hose only so much. I considered adjusting the orientation of male end to accomodate the female end. It was too risky for me. In the end, I abandoned all options and resort to salvaging my old hose by patching the nail-size hole with a combination of caulk, teflon tape and electrical tape. It's holding up for a week now.
2. Impeller: Another leak was under the motor shaft. Days of investigation lead me to believe that I need a new impeller because mine was broken into pieces. Searching for a new impeller was not easy. The part number does not help. I just stumbled upon it by chance after browsing through forums after forums.

Anyway, replacing everything that comes with the impeller kit makes the matter worse. It leaks even more!

Seeing me wasting 5 days already on the dead horse, my wife grows impatient and threaten to buy a new machine or call a pro. This would either hurt my pocket or my ego.

She was out that evening so I sneaked in trying to give it what's left of me. Taking the machine apart and going through every part, I narrow down to motor shaft seal. I compare the new one with my old one and notice that the new one is like 1/8in higher. Compress each by my thumb, I feel that I could not press the new one down as much as I can with the old one.

So i removed the new one and put my old motor shaft seal back. The rest is history.

My mother-in-law was so proud of me. My wife was apparently not. She sounded like "yah right, 6 days on that dead horse...".

Other than saving several hundreds buck, I just taught my self another lesson: Don't quit. Try harder and happy ending would come. For me, it did.
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Injector Hose
PartSelect Number PS2097810
Manufacturer Part Number 912633
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$60.60
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Dishwasher Drain Hose
PartSelect Number PS11747615
Manufacturer Part Number WP99001782
This dishwasher drain hose is eighty-seven inches long. It is all black in color and is made of a hard plastic.
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David from Wilmington, NY
leaking drain hose
removed clamps with screwdriver from bottom of dishwasher and clamp from sink drain. I taped the new hose to the old one and pulled it through. worked perfect. Read more...
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$46.03
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Injector Hose
PartSelect Number PS11747732
Manufacturer Part Number WP99002852
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MANIFOLD-
PartSelect Number PS11747692
Manufacturer Part Number WP99002642
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Loretta from Ancram, NY
Dishes were coming out dirty... cloudy and white.
I know that I have very hard water, but am reluctant to get a softener. I hope that changing the "guts" of the water delivery to my dishwasher will help...already replaced the filters which helped too... so far, it's a little better.

Installation was a breeze. Took off the upper, middle and lower spray arms. Had to loosen screws in filter assembly to remove old manifold. Popped everything into place... had to scrape mineral deposits off clips that support manifold and upper spray arms.
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