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PartSelect Number PS11750035
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10195091
Manufactured by Whirlpool
Troubleshooting
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Not drying dishes properly | Not cleaning dishes properly
This part works with the following products:
Dishwasher.
This part works with the following products:
KitchenAid, Kenmore, Whirlpool, Maytag.
Part# WPW10195091 replaces these:
AP6016742, W10195091, W10339563
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    Harry
    January 27, 2018
    The dishes are not drying and the "sanitize" light is blinking at the end of the cycle. The dishes are wet. I have tested the heater element and I have some resistance at ~14 ohms. The thermostat shows continuity at room temperature; however, I am not sure at what temperature it should go to infinite? If those two items are fine then would it be with the control board?
    For model number WDF775SAYW3
    Hello Harry, Thanks for your question. The electronic control board is PS8260225 - this is rarely the issue, but it could be worth cutting off power to the dishwasher for one minute and then restarting it to see if that fixes the issue before replacing the board. The heating element should read between 8 and 30 ohms so that is testing properly. High limit thermostats are open at room temperature. If cutting the power does not work, you may need to replace the board. I hope this helps.

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    Mike
    April 29, 2018
    This dishwasher was approximately 18 months old when it stopped drying the dishes properly. The dishes are always wet on completion of the washing cycle - no heat drying ability. I've tested the heating element and it rings out closed or @ 0.0 ohms. I've also tested the thermostat in the same manor - again it rang out closed or @ 0.0 ohms. The heating element to me is ok with the continuity test - not open or damaged. The t-stat on the other hand shouldn't be ringing out @ 0.0 ohms and should have some resistance... am i on the right track? or are both parts sounding faulty?
    For model number KDTE104ESS1
    Hi Mike, Thank you for your question. If the heating element is reading fine, then I would replace the theromstat. I hope this helps. Thank you and have a great day!

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    Carmelo
    January 11, 2019
    My dishwasher wont start, i checked the breaker and the gfi and they are both working
    For model number KDTE204DSSO
    Hi Carmelo, Thank you for your question. If your dishwasher will not start, there are some parts that you will need to check to see which ones are causing the issue. You will need to check the door balance link kit, the turbidity sensor, the door latch, the overfill control switch and the thermostat. I hope this helps. Thank you and have a great day!

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    Ken
    July 31, 2018
    We have moisture on the door when we open after cycle has completed! This also caused silverware to have moisture on it! In checking we opened door during drying cycle and it appears to be heating properly! Any suggestions!
    For model number WDF760SADB2
    Hello Ken, Thank you for the email. I suggest checking to see if the door seal has wear and needs to be replaced. Also make sure the door is closing securely and is not lose allowing moisture and heat out during the drying cycle. Hope this helps!

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    Jim
    January 31, 2019
    My dishwasher quit during the dry cycle. I opened it and it was very hot and steamy, pressed start and it completed the cycle. This was after previously having problems and checking the heater which measured 16 ohms, and replacing the thermostat. After replacing the thermostat, i ran it through a diagnostic cycle which it completed fine, then ran it through a normal wash cycle with prodry selected (empty) and it completed fine. So we loaded it with dishes and ran a normal was cycle with prodry and it stopped during the cycle. Could the heater have a sporadic problem? Should i replace it even though it measures as good, or, is there another more likely part to check/replace?
    For model number DTE404DSS0
    Hi Jim, thank you for your question. If your heater is measuring working then you would not need to change it. I would suggest taking a look at the turbidity sensor perhaps. However the problem might actually be in your control board itself if it is not in the smaller parts like the thermostat and the sensor. I hope that helps. Good luck with your repair.

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    Jeremy
    February 3, 2020
    My dishwasher occasionally keeps washing dishes and never stops until we open the door and manually set it to drain. We think it might only do this when we use the normal wash cycle, bunt we haven’t experienced it on express wash. We think it is just an ever ending wash cycle,and never drains. Water gets hot, everything else seems to work. Thanks for any advice.
    For model number Kdte204dss0
    Hello Jeremy, thank you for your question. We would recommend testing/replacing the thermostat and the turbidity sensor. If the sensor is bad, it will continue to detect dirty water and keep washing. I hope this helps.

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    Kate
    March 17, 2020
    The dishwasher is getting as hot as it normally does. During the wash cycle, the water is warm but not as hot. Also during the drying cycle, it’s not getting hot enough to dry the dishes. The heating element is brand new. We are wondering if the thermostat needs to be replaced.
    For model number KitchenAid KDFE104DBL2
    Hello, Thank you for your question. The parts that solve that issue is the Element and the thermostat. If the element is new and working properly it could be Thermostat- PartSelect Number PS11750035. We hope this helps.

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    Jim
    January 22, 2019
    Our dishwasher won't complete it's cycles. If i just start it, it will fill with water then just blink the front light - not run. If i run the water at the faucet until it is really hot, it will complete the first cycle, but, then it may not run the rinse cycle. If it completes that, it begins blinking during the dry cycle.I assume the problem is with the heater or the thermostat. is there a way to determine which without removing the parts and testing? are there any other parts that could be at fault?
    For model number KDTE404DSS0
    Hello Jim, Thank you for the question. Unfortunately the only way to know for sure if they are defective is to remove and test them. If the element and thermostat is good, you may need to replace the main control board. Hope this helps, good luck with this repair!

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    Jim
    January 22, 2019
    Following up on my prior question - i measured the resistance of the heating element - it was 12 ohms which seems to be an acceptable range from the other messages. I then measured the resistance of the thermostat (assuming it is the part on the spring bracket near the front of the dishwasher near the water inlet) and it was zero at room temperature. You'd commented previously that this connection was normally open at room temperature, so, is it good or bad? If bad - can you tell me how to remove it?If good do you have other suggestions of what i can check to find out what is wrong with our dishwasher?
    For model number DTE404DSS0
    Hello Jim, Thank you for the question. If there is no reading at all then it sounds like it can be defective. The thermostat just plugs into place. Hope this helps, good luck with this repair!

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    John
    December 17, 2019
    Washes continuously and doesn’t change cycles or stop.
    For model number Kdte404dsp
    Hello John, thank you for your question. We would recommend replacing PartSelect Number: PS11757214 turbdity sensor. This part Measures level of soil in the water and shortens or lengthens the cycle time. If that part is replaced and the issue persists, we would recommend replacing the main control board. I hope this helps.

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        Dishwasher does not finish its cycle. The sanitizer light flashes red and there is soapy water left in the dishwasher.
        I replaced the thermostat (part # PS11750035) along with the heating element (part # PS9494999) and the turbidity sensor (part # PS11757214). I also checked the filter (part # PS11759673) and it was very clean with no holes. The dishwasher still has water and soap suds standing in dishwasher after I ran it through different cycles. Also, when I run the sanitize cycle the sanitize light flashes red at the end. It doesn’t appear to completely filling with water. Also my hot water temperature is 130 degrees after running for 1 minute. I am at a loss! Any suggestions?
        • Ron from OKLAHOMA CITY, OK
        • Difficulty Level:
          Easy
        • Total Repair Time:
          30 - 60 mins
        • Tools:
          Wrench (Adjustable)
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