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Drain Pump Assembly
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PartSelect Number PS11706890
Manufacturer Part Number ABQ73503004
This drain pump assembly is a genuine OEM replacement part for your dishwasher. In order to complete this repair you will need a Phillips screwdriver, pliers, and a socket. You will need to pull the dishwasher out from the cabinet and lay it on its back in order to access through the bottom and replace the drain pump.
Fixes these symptoms
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Patrick from CHANDLER, AZ
Water not draining, causing "0E" number to appear and initiatate dishwasher shutdown.
According to your site, the part(s), to consider, to resolve the problem were: 1.Motor Assembly DC Pump, OR 2.Drain Pump. I simply selected the drain pump because it was cheaper and because it was making a clicking noise. (The only significant noise that this dishwasher was making) To be safe, I unplugged the unit and turned off the water, under the sink. I removed the kick plate and I unscrewed the anchor clips from under the counter and carefully pulled the unit out. I then opened the dishwasher and removed the lower rack. To minimize water clean-up, I took a rag and soaked up the standing water in the bottom until it was nearly dry. I then tipped the dishwasher on it's left side, knowing where the location of the drain pump (front, right), would be in an easier location for me to work. I first unplugged the pumps wiring. Then, with pliers, I was able to disconnect the clips on the short, rubber hoses that hold the pump in alignment.(Use caution: If reusing the same rubber hose(s) on the new pump, it will be easier if you put them on in the same direction as they were take off) Then I removed the rubber supports off their hooks, that allow the pump to hang from the bottom of the dishwasher. Once the rubber hoses are re-connected on the new pump and placed on to it's former proper alignment, you can re-attach the rubber supports to their hooks. And last, but not least, remember to plug the new pump's wires back in place. Carefully stand up dishwasher and push it slowly back into place. I plugged in the unit and turned on the water. Before I screwed the unit back to the counter and kick plate back on the front, I ran a load and watched for leaks beneath the new pumps area. No leaks. "Easy, Peasy". Read more...
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Circulation Motor Assembly
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PartSelect Number PS3579321
Manufacturer Part Number 4681ED1004B
Fixes these symptoms
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Doug from NEWPORT NEWS, VA
Dishwasher was noisy. PartsDirect suggested replacing circ pump.
Relocated dishwasher to garage and set it up on a table (easier on back having it elevated). Connected temporary water supply, drained to a bucket.

Removed pump, and found it severely corroded, indicating leakage from pump shaft seal in sump. Inspection of seal revealed excessive wear, requiring sump replacement (there is no way to replace just the pump seal). I have photos of old pump & sump, but I don't see any way to upload them.

Removed sump from dishwasher with all components attached, swapped components over to new sump, reinstalled sump (with new sump gasket) and started dishwasher to check for leaks. The heater was the most difficult component to swap. Reinstalling the sump assembly was tricky.

Reinstalled dishwasher into kitchen cabinet.
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Case Assembly
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PartSelect Number PS3530721
Manufacturer Part Number ABQ32598101
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Glen from LINESVILLE, PA
Dishwasher gave the Ne code
When I turned the dishwasher over I discovered the PS3579323 diverter motor had failed due to a leak around the PS3536016 valve, check. No use replacing the diverter motor without fixing the leak so I turned the machine back over and disassembled the spray arms and top of the pump cover which reveled the case assy and the valve, check. Upon removal of the valve, check I discovered hair wrapped around it which compromised the MO31 packing and caused the leak. I probably could have just cleaned out the hair and reassembled it but because my installation is a bit of a pain I elected to change the case assy (because of a slight depression where the packing sets) the M031 packing, the MO25 valve, check, and the MO35 pump gasket. After that was accomplished I turned the machine upside down and replaced the MO26 diverter motor and reinstalled the dishwasher. End result: Ne code cleared, no leaks and now the dishes are clean on the top shelf and the wife is happy. There are great instruction videos on YouTube. Good luck! Read more...
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SUMP ASSEMBLY
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PartSelect Number PS7788926
Manufacturer Part Number AJH31248608
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Terry from SAINT LOUIS, MO
MY DISHWASHER WAS SQUEAKING WHEN RUNNING
I watched the video and it showed every step to remove the old part and replace the new one. Went fairly easy except when put the new motor in the new seal was difficult to put on. I think if I would taken off the front door I could have got close to the back of the rubber seal to secure it a little easier. Had to use a rubber hammer hold my breath to not brake the plastic motor. But that was only way I could get in. The video showed it going rely easy that was not the case because it was a new seal. In the end it all worked out.
Thanks for the video's to help
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Impeller Assembly
PartSelect Number PS3528695
Manufacturer Part Number 5911ED3003A
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Robert from PASADENA, TX
LE error
Was getting an LE error - locked rotor. From the inside I took the bottom screens apart and discovered carnage - blade worn out, screen worn thru and stuck in the blade. AHA - easy fix, I thought. Ordered the parts, put them in - easy enough. STILL LE error.
Digging deeper found the main board was fried. Replaced that. STILL error.
Ended up replacing the whole sump assembly which includes all the parts I bought originally.

Moral: Pull the dishwasher out and check your sump motor before buying parts. Mine was obviously damaged as the sump had leaked and the motor was heavily corroded.
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CASING ASSEMBLY,PUMP
PartSelect Number PS11707090
Manufacturer Part Number ABT72909202
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Bruce from PLEASANT HILL, CA
Leak coming from pump/motor assembly
Ordered complete M030 Casing Assembly (RepairClinic Item # 4116143) after cleaning and testing rubber seal and pump assembly. Worked for two washes, then leak came back. To replace complete assembly, remove dishwasher from under sink, tip on back, disconnect all electrical and connectors to Case Assembly. Next, remove heater assemble (single nut) - this requires upward pulling to release the rubber washer and unit. Once removed unscrew the case assembly (four screws). That's it. Reverse the order to install. Read more...
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SUMP ASSEMBLY
PartSelect Number PS7788927
Manufacturer Part Number AJH72949004
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Sump Assembly
PartSelect Number PS3532845
Manufacturer Part Number AJH32598001
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RUSSELL from LANDING, NJ
Circulation motor died
Very simple repair. I am mechanically inclined; however, even someone who never did a repair like this can do it. The following YouTube video describes the steps. It took me about 40 minutes to complete. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jyTeXK5dYMk Read more...
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IMPELLER ASSEMBLY
PartSelect Number PS7788176
Manufacturer Part Number AER72929001

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