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Drain Solenoid

Part Number: AP2039683
MFG Part Number: WD21X802
Made by: GE
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Dishwasher Valve.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WD21X802 (AP2039683) replaces 2333, AH260462, EA260462, PS260462, WD21X0440, WD21X0664, WD21X0710, WD21X0802, WD21X440, WD21X664, WD21X710.

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I had the smell of burning insulation followed by failure to drain the dishwasher seemed to cycle ok Dan G. • El Dorado, CA • November 17, 2014

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Drain selenoid went bad Connie L. • Hazel Green, WI • May 06, 2014

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My Ge dishwasher (GSD2000Z05AD) did not use for several years, now it appears never get water draining, in my observation, every washing cycle could not trigger the water drain program, even slow-adjusted the timer failed to drain water, which always remained on the tub of dishwasher. verified no clog in the drain line. what need do to check and fix? thanks

Josh for Model Number Ge dishwasher (GSD2000Z05AD)

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My old Ge dishwasher (GSD2000Z05AD) looks work normally. But every time water can not drain out totally. already checked the whole drain line, no clog. sometimes adjusted timer, drain out water. In most time, cannot find the drain phase by using timer. I am not sure if the Drain Solenoid or pumper is broken. appreciate any idea in advanced. Thanks!

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Ordered and received the drain shaft seal from you. Replacement went just fine but when I reinstalled the solenoid bracket and connected the spring and ran the dishwasher, the action of running the pump through cycles spits the plunger out of the solenoid. It seems the spring return pulls the plunger out of the case.

Matt for Model Number gsd4320z00bb

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I purchased the shaft seal and retainer washer. When I was taking it apart, the shaft itself snapped off. Is the shaft available?

John for Model Number GSD680XX02WW

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I hooked this dishwasher up and ran a cycle. When it clicks over to drain, It starts leaking water from the drain solenoid. That is the only water I can see leaking. IS there anything else that I should change, or should I just put a new drain solenoid on?

Jon for Model Number GSD4120Y70BB

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Replaced solenoid part # WD21X802 (AP2039683) in my GE dishwasher about a year and a half go because it wouldn't drain and there was a heavy burnt electrical smell. The metal plunger had become so hot it literally melted the black plastic cylinder to a puddle. Symptoms recurred last week (not draining and heavy burnt odor). Any idea what might cause the solenoid to overheat and fail in the first place before I replace it again? Thanks for your help, Greg

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