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Replacing your KitchenAid Dishwasher Turbidity Sensor
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PartSelect Number PS11757214
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10705575
Manufactured by Whirlpool
Product Description

Turbidity Sensor Specifications

Measures level of soil in the water.
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Replacing your KitchenAid Dishwasher Turbidity Sensor

Replacing your KitchenAid Dishwasher Turbidity Sensor
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This part fixes the following symptoms:
Not cleaning dishes properly | Not draining | Will Not Start | Leaking
This part works with the following products:
Dishwasher.
This part works with the following products:
KitchenAid, Kenmore, Whirlpool, Maytag.
Part# WPW10705575 replaces these:
AP6023867, 8563432, 8574079, W10055980, W10082647, W10134016, W10134017, W10134058, W10253602, W10705575
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Pulled the dishwasher out from the counter, on the lower right hand side, about mid way back there is a bundle of all yellow wires, follow that to the sensor which mounts into the bottom of the wash tub. The sensor is easily removed by grasping it by hand and turn it about a half turn (can't remember which direction). It then just pulls out. Disconnect the wire bundle by pushing on the retaining clip and the install is the reverse.
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  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
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    Screw drivers
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Dan
December 9, 2017
I have a Maytag 665.15114 dw. Apparently the wdt710paym4 Whirlpool is the same unit. Neither spray arms work. I've cleaned them both. I've replaced the water control valve and circulation pump. It drains fine. To test water level i added a couple quarts of additional water after the filling process. I hear a series of clicks from the control panel. It appears to run through the cycles but never spray the water. Help please.
For model number WDT710PAYM4
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Hello Dan, Thank you for your inquiry. I would check both of your spray arms to make sure they are not clogged. We would also check your impeller motor and pump assembly to make sure it is working properly to force the water up through the wash arms. You can also test the Turbidity Sensor with a multimeter to make sure it is functioning as well. Hope this helps!

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Matt
November 8, 2017
Water is not draining after wash cycle. It will drain if you push the drain cancel button, but it is starting to not drain unless you stop and start the drain cyle a few times. Would replacing the drain pump correct this or does something else control the drain pump?
For model number WDF530PLYM7
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Hi Matt, Thank you for your inquiry. The drain pump is the part that fixes the issue the majority of the time. There are some parts that you may need to check as well to see which one is causing the issue. You will need to check the drain hose, the filter, the turbidity sensor and the heating element. I hope this helps. Thank you and have a great day!

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Tony
November 22, 2017
My Whirlpool dishwasher is not cleaning or drying or running on 1 hour cycle and it only 3 yrs old. Please help, everything is clean as far as filters. Pump is working along with drainage. Seems like a control board issue or sensor. Need advise thank tony
For model number WDT790SLYM2
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Hi Tony, Thank you for the question. This sounds like a timer issue on the board and the board,Part Number: PS8260219 will need to be replaced. Hope this helps!

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Joe
May 28, 2019
Does not drain unless i press the cancel-drain button before the entire wash cycle is complete.It drains completely when i do this.No blockage,replaced check valve.Any ideas? Thanks,joe.
For model number mdb8959sbb1
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Hello Joe, thank you for inquiring. For this symptom you will want to replace either the Turbidity Sensor part PS11757214, the Drain Pump part PS11753379, or the Sump and Motor Assembly part PS11757411. We hope this helps.

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Jevonn
April 1, 2019
The dishwasher wasn't draining, so I replaced the pump and motor, and drain pump. We ran a cycle and it still didn't drain all the way. The drain hose is clear. Any clue as to what else it could be?
For model number JDB3200AWS4
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Hello Jevonn, thank you for contacting us. Besides the part you have mentioned, you may need to replace the Filter part PS11759673, the Bi-Metal Fuse part PS2360984, or the Turbidity Sensor part PS11757214. We hope this helps.

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George
November 26, 2019
Kitchen aid dishwasher does not heat. I have changed the heating coil and thermostat. At times when it completes a cycle the soap door is open and the soap is laying in the bottom of the tub. When it does complete a cycle dishes are wet and not too clean. I have cleaned the screen and filter. It drains fine. Any ideas?
For model number KDTE104DSS1
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Hello George, thank you for writing. You will want to consider replacing the Filter, part number PS11759673, and the Turbidity Sensor, this part number PS11757214 for your model dishwasher. Good luck with your repair!

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Karen
January 17, 2020
Is this likely the best next step? My dishwasher starts and fills, then the panel clicks which may or may not be followed by humming underneath the dishwasher. It waits the appropriate time and then drains and continues. What it doesn't do is spray water through the arms or dispense the detergent. I checked that the arms aren't clogged, checked that the float moves freely, checked whether the inlet valve was clogged, ran a quart of vinegar through it which visibly cleaned some fat out of the drain hose, and checked the door switch with a multimeter and it is fine. This looks like an easy job and i can actually reach it from the front of the machine, but should i be looking at anything else first? Thanks!
For model number MDB4948SDM2
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Hello Karen, Thank you for your question. After doing the checks with the spray arms and door switch, yes we would also suggest replacing the turbidity sensor under part PS11757214 for your model to fix the issues, as there aren't any other parts other then the control board as a last case scenario that would fix the issues. We hope this helps.

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JAKE
September 25, 2019
My unit won't drain at the end of the cycle. If i wait until the water cools and hit cancel, it will drain just fine but it won't do anything if the water in the bottom is still hot. I have replaced the heating element, turbidity sensor, sump pump and cleaned out the hoses. I've powered it off several times with no help either is this a control board issue? Thanks!
For model number KDTM404EBS1
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Hi Jake, you have replaced all the suggested parts that we can recommend to fix the washer not draining, it is definitely possible it is the control board, but there is no way to tell for sure. Thank you for your question and good luck with your repair!

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Clint
December 2, 2017
There is very poor water pressure during wash cycle. Water flows in well from he lower fill opening. Float sensor seems to work. It drains well and quickly when prompted. I haven't looked at impeller, but was looking for some direction from here.
For model number WDT720PADM1
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Hello Clint, Thank you for your question. I would advise checking your water inlet valve, the overfill control switch and your drain hoses. Hope this helps!

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Patrick
February 8, 2024
Hi, I've had this dishwasher for 10 years now. Still runs fine but lately I'm hearing a squealing sound when the water is filling. This is new to me. Possibly I need to check the pump motor ? i'm stumped. Thanks for your help.
For model number wdf530payb3
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Hi Patrick, thank you for reaching out. Based on the description, you may have this issue because of the inlet valve, part number PS12578165. We would recommend replacing the inlet valve to fix the issue. We hope this solves your problem!

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