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Motor
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PartSelect Number PS5136127
Manufacturer Part Number W10537869
Also know as a diverter valve. This diverter motor is for dishwashers. Diverter motor controls the flow of water to the spray arms. Unplug the dishwasher and shut off the water supply before installing this part. Wear work gloves to protect your hands.
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Installation Instructions
Dennis from PORTAGE, MI
Diverter valve was leaking.
After shutting off electricity, lay dishwasher on it's side (use a towel to absorb any water) then just use nut driver to remove faulty valve. Read more...
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$142.95
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Circulation Pump and Motor Assembly
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PartSelect Number PS11699805
Manufacturer Part Number W10782773
*** This part no longer includes the Chopper Assembly as per the Manufacturer *** The part functions by spinning the impeller of the circulation pump, which is used to move the water through the spray arms during the wash cycle.
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  • Leaking
  • Noisy
  • Not cleaning dishes properly
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Installation Instructions
Geoffrey from Indianapolis, IN
Dishwasher was not cleaning dishes.
SAFTY: Turn water off. Flip the circuit breaker.
PREPARE FOR REMOVAL: Unscrew / Remove kickplate. Disconnected water connect just behind the kickplate. Be ready with a couple of dishtowels. Pull the door down and remove any screws that go into the under part of your counter top. Jack the front legs screw down.
REMOVE: Gently pull the Dishwasher from under counter. Push the insulation flat against the side of the dishwasher about every six inches that you pull the dishwasher out to prevent it from snaggin on the cabinet face edges. Remove the baskets and spray arms. Careful not to damage the heating element.
NOTE: Here I noticed that the guy who installed the dishwasher kinked the copper line limiting the water into to my dishwasher. So my circulation pump/motor was probably running dry. I replaced with a flex type "dishwasher" hose that will easily coil up behind / underneath without kinking when I push back in. DO THE REPAIR RIGHT - DO IT YOURSELF!
REPAIR: I gently laid the dishwasher on it's side (cardboard underneath). I disconnected the power - 2 wires. Then, I only disconnect one wire harness, the sump tubing and the I thought I'd better remove the impeller that the sump tubing was connected to (it was only attached with one screw). Remove the 3 plastic clips around the pump/motor. Carefully push the pump into the dishwasher. DO NOT LET THE PUMP FALL AS IT MAY DAMAGE THE HEATING ELEMENT IN THE DISHWASHER! Push the new pump/motor in place until the seal is at least flush with the bottom. I used the back of a wood spoon. Don't pull on any part of the motor from the bottom or you'll break the thin aluminum casting. Just inserting the plastic clips back in place will pull the seal flush with the bottom again.

I was lucky. I simply removed the motor/pump, replaced it with the new motor/pump, and put everything back together in reverse. I put a little bit of silicone grease on the o-ring of the temperature probe. I happened to have some silicone grease because I also have a pool.
Done. It cost me $220 Vs. $550 quoted by Sears. That doesn't count the extra Sears would have charged my for repairing the kinked copper line. And you know they would've kinked it again. That only cost me $20 more and the flexible line couldn't have been easier to install. I could have done the whole thing for less but I opted to replace the pump/ motor together.
Getting it all done right, no leaks, no kinked line, keeping the dishwasher that matches the other appliances (VS. replacing it at $550 repair price), all less than 1/2 the price of a quoted repair - PRICELESS. - THANK YOU PART SELECT. DISCLAIMER: I have no affiliation with Part Select.
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Diverter Motor with Wire Harness
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PartSelect Number PS2328555
Manufacturer Part Number W10155344
NOTE: This part has been updated by the manufacture and the shaft seal is now incorporated into the sump housing. The seal for diverter motor shaft only available with the pump sump housing.
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John from Springfield, OH
Water leaking underneath dishwasher
The leak was dripping from the diverter motor. After removing dishwasher the diverter motor was found to be corroded. The shaft grommet looked good. A new diverter motor was installed and dishwasher connected. After running it awhile the leak reappeared. It seemed the only possible thing left was the shaft grommet. Of course the grommet comes as part of the belly assembly. After searching for a better and cheaper solution I ordered a Whirlpool WPW10195677 grommet and it solved the leak. Read more...
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$160.98
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Dishwasher Pump Motor
PartSelect Number PS11765780
Manufacturer Part Number W10894668
The pump motor delivers water to the spray arms to clean the dishes during the wash cycle.
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Terry from BELLINGHAM, WA
Dishes not coming clean
Replace motor-pump. All was as advertised plus the surprise of included outlet hose. I didn't have the tool to operate the clamp, it leaked, so I replaced it with a stainless worm gear type. Read more...
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MOTOR
PartSelect Number PS11730993
Manufacturer Part Number W10843811
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$54.63
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Vent Fan Motor
PartSelect Number PS11755275
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10469575
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$100.51
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FAN-MOTOR ASSEMBLY
PartSelect Number PS11749156
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10155595
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$192.89
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Circulation Pump Motor and Impeller Assembly
PartSelect Number PS11757387
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10757216
Installation Instructions
Kenneth from PAHRUMP, NV
no water reached top rack spinners
Removed DW following great instructions for our unit at: repairclinic.
Problem when removing actual pump as a thin metal screen fell out after. Cleaned it and tried to reinstall the screen. It took over an hour figuring out how the screen went back in as it was cut to fit a certain way and had to try it over and over blindly then try to get it to stay before putting in pump. Finally put DW on its face. It was almost two hours after starting that everything was done exactly as instructed.

Started washer. Water came in perfectly. After about two minutes when the washer arms would start there was a horrible grinding sound and we promptly turned it off. My wife gave up the fight and is washing dishes by hand. That was a $172.00 experience.
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$171.20
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MOTOR-PUMP
PartSelect Number PS2579599
Manufacturer Part Number W10200940
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$457.39
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Pump and Motor Assembly
PartSelect Number PS3500990
Manufacturer Part Number W10428773
This part also comes with a self-cleaning filter and a sealing gasket. **Part# W10428773 is currently on Factory Backorder with ETA of or around 09/16/19**
Installation Instructions
Michael from Stuart, FL
Poor wash quality and excessive noise
I inspected the pump and checked on-line for instructions . I removed the lower panel and the lower dish rack . Removed the washer head from the top of the pump inside the dishwasher . I next unplugged the wiring after disconnectiong the power supply . Next step was to remove the drain hose from the bottom of the pump . Put a towel under it because it's full of water . Unscrew the nipple from the bottom of the pump to allow clearance so it may be removed thru the top . There are four plastic ears that rotate on the base of the pump . Move them into the outboard position and lift the pump out thru the top. I applied some liquid detergent where the pump seal goes and pushed it back in . Installation is the reverse of removal . Read more...

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