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Circulation Pump Motor Kit

Part Number: AP5272390
MFG Part Number: 154859201
Made by: Frigidaire
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Includes motor, two o-rings and wire harness.

Genuine Frigidaire part. Frigidaire brands include Electrolux, Frigidaire, Gibson, Kelvinator, Westinghouse, and others. See all items in Dishwasher Pump.
Electrolux also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore

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Part Number 154859201 (AP5272390) replaces 154682801, 154792901, 154683201, 154599501, 154474001, 154395401, 1940278, AH3501032, EA3501032, PS3501032.

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The dishwasher runs fine and was, up until this point, very quiet, however during the wash cycle now it is making a straining noise that coincides with the pumping of the motor or circular motion of the arms. Having read now lots of possible problems, it sounds like the bearings in the circulation motor. Any other ideas or would you concur? Thank you for your input.

Michael for Model Number FDB4050LHS1


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The dishwasher fills up with water, but the wash cycle never starts. I push cancel and the machine drains properly. I replaced the circulation motor. Not sure what's next; the control panel??

Jeff B for Model Number 154547901


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Dishwasher bottom sprayer does spin and dishwasher makes a real loud noise when its running and leaves dishes not too clean.

Tom for Model Number FDB126RBQ2


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My dishwasher is fairly new and barely used. Using it for the first time in a while, it started making some funny noises. When the whole cycle was finished my whole floor was flooded. I tried to find where the leak was coming from and it was right under the circulating pump. I took it out and put it back in thinking maybe it's just loose. So I ran a full cycle once again and found water dripping from the same spot but not as much. Inside the dishwasher however is stagnant water that I found upon removing the strainer. I tried draining it by running the dishwasher and bypassing the door control. The water would dissipate but eventually came back after the motor stopped. Is it normal for the water to collect in the pump area? And what is causing the leak?

Glenn for Model Number Frigidaire/Electrolux FFBD2405KS0A


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I have Frigidaire dishwasher model FPHD2491KF0. The circulation motor would only occasionally engage and then it got to the point where it did not engage at all. With an occasional soft "bump" of the door, it will sometimes briefly engage, but not always. Thinking the motor was defective, I ordered a replacement motor from you and installed with no problems at all. But this did not solve the problem - the exact same thing occurred. The water fills and drains fine, and it will run through a cycle on time, drain at correct intervals and the heating elemnet even comes on at the correct times. The circulation motor simply won't engage to wash. There is no noise or sound coming from anywhere when it is supposed to be circulating. My guess at this point is either a faulty control panel or a faulty wiring harness. Do you have any guidance on what this might be? Thanks for any help - I'm out of work and trying to keep costs as low as possible.

Rob for Model Number FPHD2491KF0


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Hi, I have to replace the circulation motor on my dishwasher. On the old motor it says: Johnson DCJ72(4)MLG 120V 60Hz P/N 15439901 ID No: 106N6504003 0.6 A 60Watt 3100 RPM. I could not find this part on your webpage. Could you please, help me to find the right motor? Thanks, Jenny

Jenny for Model Number Frigidaire


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