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Complete GE Pump and Motor Assembly

Part Number: AP2616850
MFG Part Number: WD26X10013
Made by: GE
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Original GE Part. New and improved dishwasher pump and motor kit. Replaces many previous versions. Fits GE-made dishwashers including GE, Hotpoint, Magic Chef (GE design), RCA and Kenmore (model prefix 363). Complete pre-assembled kit. This kit may not look like your old pump/motor assembly. Recently redesigned by GE, it replaces many previous versions since 1970. Complete instructions are included.

Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Dishwasher Pump.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WD26X10013 (AP2616850) replaces 820985, AH260801, EA260801, PS260801, S89-286, WD19X0028, WD19X28, WD26X0064, WD26X0067, WD26X0068, WD26X0069, WD26X0070, WD26X0073, WD26X0074, WD26X0077, WD26X0078, WD26X0081, WD26X10003, WD26X10004, WD26X10007, WD26X10008, WD26X10009, WD26X10010, WD26X10011, WD26X10012, WD26X64, WD26X67, WD26X68, WD26X69, WD26X70, WD26X73, WD26X74, WD26X74R, WD26X77, WD26X77R, WD26X78, WD26X81.

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How to Replace Complete GE Pump and Motor Assembly #WD26X10013

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Complete GE Pump and Motor Assembly #WD26X10013 for Dishwasher made by GE, Kenmore. Note: This video is intended to give you the general idea of the part replacement procedure. Your appliance may differ depending on the manufacturer and model.


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Our dishwasher stopped starting - it would just hum when we turned it on, and there was about 2" of water in the bottom of it that wouldn't drain. I took the motor assembly apart and took the motor off and the motor itself turned freely. I hooked it back up, and then it seemed like the it was working - the motor would turn on for a second at least. However, it seems like it would start for a second and then stop. Then i had the bright idea that i might of hooked the solenoid up back words, so i switched the wires. Then the solenoid started to smoke a bit, so maybe i had it right in the first place. Anyway, any ideas? I was thinking about replacing the solenoid, but maybe something else is wrong as well? Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

Helix for Model Number gsd2200G02ww


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My dishwasher does not empty completely. There is 2 inches of water or better left in the bottom after a complete wash cycle. This happened for a short while previously and then began to drain completely. I removed the drain hose form the disposal unit and blew the line clear back into the tub without much resistance.The water was bubbling at the check valve. Will replacing the pump assembly fix this problem? Thanks , Wayne



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Motor pump fan does not turn unless given help. Have lubed, no luck. Can I just replace the motor or do I have to purchase the entire motor pump assy? Also looking to find wire diagram and assy instructions if I need to replace. Thank you.

Jim L for Model Number GSD3435F00WW


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The dishwasher does not drain after the wash cycle is complete. The drain line has been checked… it is clear.

Rodney for Model Number GSD5120D03BB


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I have a GE dishwasher which is not getting enough water pressure to spin the spray arms and is obviously not washing dishes. When turned on, it spurts a quick stream of water, then just bubbles over. I have replaced the piston and nut assembly because it was showing signs of wear, but no change. The motor seems to be working. Ideas?

Scott for Model Number GSD3230F00WW


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The unit fills with water and the heating element is working, I hear a click and then nothing. The wash part of the cycle does not start, after some time the unit drains and goes into rinse then drains again. At no time does water appear anywhere but the bottom of the unit. Is this a bad Circ Pump? Is there anything else I should check before purchasing the part?

Mike for Model Number GE GSD5400 Dishwasher


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