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66512769K313 Kenmore Dishwasher - Overview

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Door Balance Link Kit – Part Number: 8194001
Door Balance Link Kit
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PartSelect #: PS972325
Manufacturer #: 8194001
This part is a door balance link kit, also sometimes known as door cable or door spring cable kit, that helps support the door as it opens and closes by connecting to the dishwasher door hinges. The k...
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Upper Rack Adjuster Kit - White Wheels, Left and Right Sides – Part Number: W10712395
Upper Rack Adjuster Kit - White Wheels, Left and Right Sides
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PartSelect #: PS10065979
Manufacturer #: W10712395
This authentic Dishwasher Upper Rack Adjuster Kit with white wheels is a kit made up of primarily plastic and metal components, and which will require a screwdriver to install. This kit comes with all...
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Rack Track Stop – Part Number: WP8565925
Rack Track Stop
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PartSelect #: PS11746591
Manufacturer #: WP8565925
The rack track stop on your dishwasher is designed to stop the dish rack at the appropriate place when opening and closing the rack. If your dishwasher is not cleaning your dishes properly, the rack s...
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Mounting Bracket – Part Number: WP8269145
Mounting Bracket
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PartSelect #: PS11745496
Manufacturer #: WP8269145
The mounting bracket is sold individually, without screws. This part secures the upper side of the dishwasher to the underside of the counter or cabinet to prevent the dishwasher from moving, shaking,...
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Tine Pivot – Part Number: WPW10082853
Tine Pivot
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PartSelect #: PS11748190
Manufacturer #: WPW10082853
The tine pivot clip, also known as the tine row pivot, is used in dishwashers and is located in the upper dishrack. At around 3 inches in length, the clip is used to keep the tine row in place in the ...
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LOWER DISHRACK WHEEL ASSEMBLY – Part Number: WPW10195417
LOWER DISHRACK WHEEL ASSEMBLY
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PartSelect #: PS11750057
Manufacturer #: WPW10195417
The Dishwasher Lower Dishrack Roller is a grey plastic part which attaches to the bottom of the lower dishrack, allowing you to slide it easily in and out. If the rack no longer moves smoothly or sho...
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Dishwasher Positioner – Part Number: WPW10195840
Dishwasher Positioner
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PartSelect #: PS11750093
Manufacturer #: WPW10195840
Also known as rack adjuster. Sold individually. This is an original part from KitchenAid, Kenmore, Whirlpool, Jenn-Air, and Maytag for use with Dishwashers. The dishrack adjuster arm positioner clip...
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Silverware Basket – Part Number: W10807920
Silverware Basket
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PartSelect #: PS11722963
Manufacturer #: W10807920
This is a basket for washing flatware or silverware in your dishwasher. This part has been updated and may differ in appearance but will function the same as the original.
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Rail Stop Clip – Part Number: WPW10082861
Rail Stop Clip
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PartSelect #: PS11748191
Manufacturer #: WPW10082861
This part goes at the end of the rail to stop the dishrack from falling out.
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Dishwasher Dishrack Adjuster – Part Number: WPW10195839
Dishwasher Dishrack Adjuster
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PartSelect #: PS11750092
Manufacturer #: WPW10195839
Sold individually. This dishrack adjuster is for dishwashers. Dishrack adjuster lets you change the height of the dishwasher's upper rack. Wear work gloves to protect your hands when installing this part.
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Tine Row – Part Number: W10728160
Tine Row
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PartSelect #: PS10057161
Manufacturer #: W10728160
The tine row on your dishwasher rack divides the rack into columns to keep your kitchen items in place during the washing cycle. If you notice that one or more of the tines on your current tine row is...
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Retainer Clip - Black – Part Number: WPW10503548
Retainer Clip - Black
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PartSelect #: PS11755736
Manufacturer #: WPW10503548
This part is used to hold the access panel in place. Sold individually.
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Replaced Hinge Link
Pulled dishwasher from under counter, attached link to spring, hooked spring back into frame/chassis, threaded link through pulleys, attached other end of link onto door, reinstalled dishwasher under counter. All's well. Note-I purchased an extra link anticipating that the other one will fail. They're cheap enough.
Parts Used:
Door Balance Link Kit
  • Scott from Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
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Door spring link broken
1. Open the dishwasher and remove the two plastic grommets about halfway down on either side of the opening. Then remove the two screws under the grommets.

2. Remove the kick plate under the door. May have to lower unit by turning the feet using the adjustable wrench.

3. Make sure you have enough slack in the water input line and electrical wiring that you can pull the dishwasher out about 12 inches or more.

4. There is a spring and nylon rope link on both sides of the unit. Probably just one link is broken, but the replacement comes with two, so you can replace both or save one as a spare. Look at the good side and it should be pretty self explanatory how it attaches. I found it easiest to first thread the link around the lower pulley, then attach the link to the spring, then spring to the rear support, then the link to the door.

5. Reverse (2 to 1) to reinstall the dishwasher.
Parts Used:
Door Balance Link Kit
  • Sean from Ramona, CA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers, Wrench (Adjustable)
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The door would drop open when it was released
This was the second time I had this problem so I knew the symptoms and remedy. The tools needed were two nut drivers a ¼” and 5/16” along with a flat pry bar and Phillips screw driver. I started by removing the lower front panel by removing the two ¼” screws on either side. The lower panel will lift up and then can be removed by pulling on the bottom. There is a flat sheet metal piece behind the front panel with insulation that can be removed very easily along with the front panel. When the front panel is removed it exposes the front legs that may need to be dropped to let you lift the dishwasher over the tile (if you have ceramic tiles). The next step would be to remove any ties to the counter top if it is attached. Mine were attached by the two straps on either side with Phillips screws. After the top is free, lower the front legs by lifting the dishwasher with the flat pry bar and threading the legs up into their holders. With the legs lifted the dishwasher can be pulled out to expose the tension springs located along the sides at the very bottom. Chances are the ropes are broken off the plastic holders that fit over the door hooks.
Remove the plastic guides by removing the 5/16” nut from the middle of the lower roller. Remember to note which hole the screw is coming from this also sets the tension for how fast or slowly the door drops. Placing the nut closer to the front will drop the door slowly and toward the back will drop the door more quickly. I placed mine in the middle hole. When the plastic guides are removed attach the nylon pope to the spring and attach to the back of the dishwasher. There is a hole located on a flat piece of sheet metal the spring will attach to at the back of the dishwasher (if it is broken). Check the other side if it is still in tact. With the spring in place weave the rope around the plastic guides then pull the springs to help get the plastic end over the door hook located at the bottom of the door. Repeat this operation for the other side (kit has a both sides covered) and reinstall dishwasher in cabinet.
Steps
1) Remove front panel (1/4” nut)
2) Release Dishwasher from Cabinet
3) Lower front legs
4) Pull Dishwasher out from under Cabinet
5) Remove Rope Guide (5/16” nut)
6) Install new Rope Guide (Supplied in Kit)
7) Attach new rope to Spring and attach spring to dishwasher
8) Weave rope through rope guide
9) With door closed pull spring to relieve tension so rope can be attached to door
10) Repeat for other side (Kit has both sides)
Parts Used:
Door Balance Link Kit
  • David from La Quinta, CA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver
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