On a washer, this part is used for circulating the water. On a dishwasher, it is used for draining the water during operation. If you notice your appliance is not draining properly, the circulation pump motor may need to be replaced. If this part is for your washer, you may notice your clothes are not cleaning properly. In your washer, to access this part you will need to remove the entire front panel. The circulation pump is 120 volts and 30 watts. The part is white in color and is sold individually. This OEM part comes directly from the manufacturer.
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March 18, 2022
My dishwasher fills, drains and heats the water. However, it makes a strange noise and is not washing the dishes well. I wonder how to tell if it is a pump or an arm that doesn't rotate fast enough, or?
For model number LDF7932ST
Hello Susan, Thank you for the question. We suggest spinning the arm to see if it spins freely and check the holes to make sure there is no blockage. If the arm is good, you may have a faulty Circulation Motor Assembly. If you need help placing an order, customer service is open 7 days a week. Please feel free to give us a call. We look forward to hearing from you!
le code dishwasher fills with water then throws code if i restart it will drain water then refill and throw le code again
For model number ldf6810 st
Hello Thad, thank you for writing. The LE code could be the Impeller part PS3528695. If you need help placing an order, customer service is open 7 days a week. Please feel free to give us a call. We look forward to hearing from you.
Disconnect washer - pull out and turn on it's right side. Remove bottom plate (2 screws). Water intake valve is attached to water line. Disconnect water line. On the other end of the pump is a rubber hose. Disconnect hose by using a pair of pliers to open pipe clamp. Disconnect the electric line by pulling the pronged plug out of the pump. The part is composed of the pump and a metal mounting plate. They are connected by 4 screws. Remove the screws and pull out the back half of the pump. The front of the pump is attached to the washer frame by 2 screws. When removed you will notice an o-ring that forms the seal between the two halves. Remember this when installing the new pump. You will have to take the new pump apart because the whole part will not fit through the frame opening, thus the need to make sure the o-ring is properly seated. You can either install the mounting plate to the frame then attach the pump half or with half of the part in front of the frame and the other half behind the frame connect the two, then attach it to the frame. Reconnect incoming water line using teflon tape and a crescent wrench. Reconnect out-flow line with the pipe clamp and attach the power line. Since you have to take the new pump apart make sure the o-ring is properly seated as it will have a tendency to fall out. Reassemble the rest.