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Pump Motor Kit
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PartSelect Number PS3497737
Manufacturer Part Number 154844301
This kit includes the motor and o-rings.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Leaking
  • Noisy
  • Not cleaning dishes properly
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Installation Instructions
Jeff from Lancaster, PA
not cleaning, spray arms not working
The hardest part was disconnecting the dishwasher. the motor is located on the bottom so after pulling it out and laying it down on the front of the machine the motor unplugs and 2 screws hold it in place.The new motor comes with "O" rings so I applied a little grease and put it back together. 2 minutes to replace motor, 15 minutes to disconnect water and electric, 15 to reconnect. Read more...
Drain Pump
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PartSelect Number PS1765174
Manufacturer Part Number 154580301
The pump ejects the water from the unit.
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Installation Instructions
Phillip Foster from Cleveland, OH
Dish washer would not drain
Repair was easy I removed the old drain pump by removing 1 clips with pliar & 1 band with a screw driver and replace the drain pump with the new one, I replace clip and the band. replace drain hose tighten down the band. I had to adjust the drain pump because it seem to be a little loud then the one I had to replace , now it works ! Read more...
Circulation Pump and Motor Kit
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PartSelect Number PS3501022
Manufacturer Part Number 154844101
This kit includes the 2 o-rings.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Leaking
  • Noisy
  • Not cleaning dishes properly
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Installation Instructions
John from Herndon, VA
replaced dishwasher motor
Single-handedly. Tipped dishwasher on its side for easy access to water and electric connections. Went back together with no problems or leaks, washes quiter than ever. Read more...
Dishwasher Circulation Motor & Pump Kit with Harness
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PartSelect Number PS3501031
Manufacturer Part Number 154859101
This part has been redesigned by the manufacturer and may appear different, but will function the same. This kit helps propel the water through the spray arms.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Leaking
  • Noisy
  • Not cleaning dishes properly
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Installation Instructions
Kurt from Corrales, NM
The dishwasher would not spray to middle or top rack and detergent would not dissolve.
I pulled off the cover inside the sump area. Then pulled the washer out from the counter and turned it on it's side. I took the old pump out and crimped a new wire harness on. It was a simple repair for a DIYer.

Before pushing the dishwasher back, I tested the dishwasher with it pulled out from the counter. It was easy to see water was flowing forcefully through the upper tubing now. Success.

Troubleshooting this faulty pump was harder because it was functioning, but it did not have enough force to push the water up to the top rack. I convinced myself that the pump was the problem by plugging the lower rack with a cork. The spray was still too weak to rotate the upper spray arm. I also ruled out the timer with a stop watch. This unit alternates upper and lower racks by pausing either 0.6 seconds or 3 seconds. This controlls a ball that diverts water to the upper or lower rack.
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Motor and Pump Assembly
PartSelect Number PS12712308
Manufacturer Part Number 5304519906
Drain Pump and Motor Assembly
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PartSelect Number PS1993409
Manufacturer Part Number 5304463777
The drain pump ejects the water from the dishwasher.
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Installation Instructions
William from Union City, TN
Water wasn't draining out
I pulled the dishwasher out.laid it on it's back,and removed and replaced pump.very easy.pump was shipped very quickly,and at a very affordable price.would highly recommend service from parts select.Thank You!!! Read more...
Tower Motor Kit
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PartSelect Number PS3501032
Manufacturer Part Number 154859201
This kit includes the motor, two o-rings and the wire harness.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Leaking
  • Noisy
  • Not cleaning dishes properly
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Motor Shaft Seal Kit
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PartSelect Number PS452574
Manufacturer Part Number 5300809909
This motor shaft seal kit does not include a macerator blade, but does come with wash and drain impellers(upper and lower).
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Installation Instructions
Trevor from LOGAN, UT
Water leaking from motor shaft under dishwasher
DISASSEMBLY
- Switch off circuit breaker for dishwasher.
- Remove lower front covers from washer to observe motor (for later steps) and to clean-up water.
- Remove top and bottom dishracks.
-You may want to take pics of the placement/orientation of components in the following steps as you disassemble them for reference during reassembly.
- Remove spray-arm base from pump housing.
- Remove and discard impeller— put a screwdriver in the impeller grooves to prevent it turning as you loosen the screw.
- Remove impeller, O-ring, and blade. Discard impeller and O-ring, but keep blade (I couldn’t find the O-ring; it had probably disintegrated).
- Remove pump housing, pump plate, and gasket.
- Use two flat-head screwdrivers on opposite sides of the rotor to pry it off the motor shaft. Be cautious not to damage the area around the motor shaft—wood can be used to protect the area and provide better leverage. If the rotor can’t be removed, a chisel or hacksaw can be used to split it before prying it up— be cautious of the motor shaft when splitting the rotor. Discard the rotor.
- Locate the upper seal, note its orientation (cup-side-down), remove it, and discard it (my upper seal was in the recess in the bottom of the rotor).
-Drive the shaft-key (small metal tab) out of the shaft groove using a hammer and flat-head screwdriver and discard it— the new rotor has a molded-in tab that will slide into the groove in place of the shaft-key.
- Remove ceramic ring from motor shaft and discard it (my leak was caused because the ceramic ring was broken in half).
- Use a flat-blade screwdriver to pry loose the lower seal—before removing it from the shaft, note its orientation (wide-side-down). Be caution not to damage the area around the motor shaft—wood may again be used for protection and leverage.

CLEANING/PREP
- Clean shaft with wire brush, white vinegar, and a rag (you may not need the wire brush if the shaft is in good shape, but my motor shaft was heavily corroded/rusted and I needed to smooth it to prevent it damaging the seals). Clean groove in motor shaft with flat-head screwdriver and rag.
- Use a rag and white vinegar to clean motor shaft recess and pump housing seat. The bottom of the motor shaft recess must be clean and smooth for the lower seal to seat properly.
- Clean pump plate, gasket, blade, pump housing, and screws with white vinegar and a plastic-bristled brush.

ASSEMBLY
-Wet new rubber seals, new ceramic ring, and new rotor with water to help them slide into place.
-Refer to pics taken during disassembly as needed for the following steps.
- Place new lower seal (wide-side-down) over motor shaft in bottom of recess.
-Push new upper seal (cup-side-down) into recessed area in the bottom of the new rotor.
-Push new ceramic ring into upper seal (cup-side) in bottom of rotor.
-Align groove on motor shaft with tab in rotor (a mark on the outside of the rotor shows the tab’s location) and seat rotor on the motor shaft by hand. Verify that the motor turns when the rotor is turned by hand. If not, remove the rotor and reposition it so that its tab slides into the groove in the motor shaft.
-Place gasket, pump plate, and pump housing in position. Start pump housing screws, but leave them loose.
- Place blade and new O-ring on rotor.
- Place new impeller on rotor and insert screw. Tighten moderately — overtightening could cause leaks. Hold the impeller by hand to prevent it turning as the screw is tightened— do not use a screwdriver to prevent the impeller turning.
- Finish tightening pump housing screws.
- Seat spray-arm base on pump housing and insert/tighten its mounting screws.
- Switch on circuit breaker for dishwasher.
- Start washer and watch motor to verify that shaft seal is not leaking. Run a full cycle to rinse the new parts and remove debris and vinegar residue. Continue to observe motor shaft area for leaks during cycle.
-Replace lower front covers.
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Pump Motor Shaft Seal
PartSelect Number PS451182
Manufacturer Part Number 5300803903
This pump motor shaft seal will help prevent the water inside the dishwasher from leaking around the shaft of the motor.
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MOTOR
PartSelect Number PS2351288
Manufacturer Part Number 5304470281

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