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Upper Rack Wheel and Mount Assembly
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PartSelect Number PS11745525
Manufacturer Part Number WP8270019
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Kevin from Hurst, TX
top dw rack fell off of rollers
Amazingly, this not-too-old dishwasher's plastic parts that hold the top rack onto the sliders became brittle (a real design flaw, in my opinion) and the tabs that held the rollers in place all broke off. With the right parts and the great instructions on this site, the repair was fairly easy and we saved a lot of $$ by not having to call for service. Just follow the instructions... Read more...
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ROLLER
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PartSelect Number PS12071116
Manufacturer Part Number 5304508016
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Ice Auger Motor Shaft
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PartSelect Number PS11739142
Manufacturer Part Number WP2188917
This part is the drive shaft for the auger.
Fixes these symptoms
  • Ice maker not making ice
  • Ice maker won’t dispense ice
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terry from panama city beach, FL
ice would not drop
removed the shaft that had worn end-replaced with new one- ok now Read more...
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$11.61
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Crisper Drawer Roller
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PartSelect Number PS7321350
Manufacturer Part Number 242236801
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$4.10
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WHEEL PAN COVER
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PartSelect Number PS283653
Manufacturer Part Number WR01X10209
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Thomas from Kissimmee, FL
Broken shelf and drawer
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Roller Assembly
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PartSelect Number PS3532772
Manufacturer Part Number AHJ72909001
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Front Roller
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PartSelect Number PS11738962
Manufacturer Part Number WP2166108
Sold individually. Hardware not included. Roller only.
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Tony from Chicago, IL
Right front wheel broke
Definatly a two man job. I suggest you put a pad down to protect your floor. Remove the filter, grill, and bolts per instructions. Everything is straight forward. Move the frame back 1/2 to 1 inch then tilt the frig back on it's side about 4 inches. If the frame doesn't drop down, move it back until the front of the frame comes of the front lip of the frig. Place a block under the frig lip NOT the frame and WATCH YOUR FINGERS. The wheel should be hanging down. Just pull out the pin, replace the wheel (make sure you have it facing the correct way) and tilt back and pull the blocks. Move the frig back in place and replace the bolts. Took me and a buddy less than 30 minutes. Read more...
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Single Roller
PartSelect Number PS11738235
Manufacturer Part Number WP10450603
This wheel is sold individually. It is located on the bottom of the refrigerator.
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mike from holly springs, NC
Left front plastic wheel was broken
Pop loose the plastic grate at the bottom.

Locate and remove the wheel leveling screw from the front bottom corner.

Remove cotter pin from the pin that mounts the wheel assembly to the refrigerator. Tap out the mounting pin.

Lift out the wheel assembly.

Remove the Roller pin from the wheel assembly. I used a Dremel tool with a cutting disk. A hack saw will also probably work.

Install the new roller pin and wheel into the wheel assembly. Use a hammer or vice to peen over the end of the roller pin.

Reinstall and adjust wheel assembly.
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$43.26
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Single Roller - Right Front
PartSelect Number PS11755875
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10515762
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$30.95
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Single Roller - Left Front
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PartSelect Number PS11755876
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10515763
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Daniel from BOCA RATON, FL
Original bracket foot brake screw hole was stripped and foot brake would not extend
The repair seemed simple, I just needed to remove the old bracket -- 4 screws -- and slip the new one on.

The tricky bit is that the roller bracket holds the weight of the fridge. So in order to make sure that the fridge did not fall over, and to keep the installation point off the ground so that I could align the screw holes, I needed to shim up the side of the fridge that I was working on.

To tap in the shims, I used a hammer and a spare chunk of wood. I ultimately used 3 shims, and kept tapping until the roller wheel could roll freely. Then I knew that the fridge was high enough. After that, it was pretty easy to remove the 4 screws, align the new bracket, and replace the screws. After that, in order to get the shims out I could just extend the foot brake as it was designed, and that lifted the fridge enough for me to easily slide out the shims. After that I just had to level out the fridge by adjusting the two feet.
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