Kenmore Dishwasher Legs and Foots

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Leveling Leg
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PartSelect Number PS261477
Manufacturer Part Number WD2X320
This leveling leg is located under the dishwasher cabinet. It is sold individually.
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$9.33
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Leveling Leg
PartSelect Number PS11770497
Manufacturer Part Number 5304506540
Sold individually.
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FOOT
PartSelect Number PS8728141
Manufacturer Part Number 00617585
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$40.32
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CASTER (4 PACK)
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PartSelect Number PS11746474
Manufacturer Part Number WP8559933
This includes all 4 casters.
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Dishwasher/Portable Washer Roller
PartSelect Number PS11741296
Manufacturer Part Number WP3370639
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FOOT
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PartSelect Number PS8728142
Manufacturer Part Number 00617586
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Leveling Leg
PartSelect Number PS2379462
Manufacturer Part Number 5304475617
Sold individually.
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$11.50
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FOOT
PartSelect Number PS3496159
Manufacturer Part Number 5304482408
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Dishwasher Transport Wheel
PartSelect Number PS11740644
Manufacturer Part Number WP302819
The transport wheel attaches to the base of the dishwasher and allows you to roll the dishwasher into the cabinet during installation.
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Leveling Leg
PartSelect Number PS557020
Manufacturer Part Number 8193716
Installation Instructions
Phil from Fairfax, VA
Water was leaking.
This unit was unique that whole motor assembly was held in its place by two plastic clip. The gasket had few rings that worked as place holder, although gaskets don't go bad often this model could be if it gets pulled alot and if motor assembly get pushed it will push up the gasket and cause a leak. Repair was simple, 1) take spray arm off from inside. 2) get under neath the dishwasher, take off wires so it would free up some room, pulled two plastic holder out, gently push the motor assembly up to the tub, 3) from inside the tub, pull up the assembly enough to get your hand under the gasket and pull them off. 4) Replace the gasket, align the assmebly and push down to snap in the gasket. 5) get under and push in two plastic clip back in, put wires back into its place. Back in the tub to push down the assembly again to make sure there are flush with surface. Put spray arm back on. Finished. Read more...

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