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Flood Switch Assembly

Part Number: AP3203416
MFG Part Number: WD12X10151
Made by: GE
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Dishwasher Switch.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WD12X10151 (AP3203416) replaces WD21X10168, 1088514, AH958959, EA958959, PS958959, WD12X10043, WD12X10058, WD21X10119.

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Dishwasher flood switch had failed flooding my floor James P. • Oxnard, CA • October 28, 2014

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I have a GE dishwasher that I bought new Jan. 2009. I do not use my dishwasher but maybe once every two weeks, as it is just me. I noticed my laminate wood floor bubbled in front of dishwasher. My dishwasher, I'm assumming leaks only when I use it. It doesn't flood. I haven't used it now in a month and took the front panel off and everything is dry under the dishwasher. Could this mean the flood assembly switch is out? Or am I looking a something more major. I thought dishwashers should last at least 12 years and longer if you don't use it that often like me. Thanks

Charlene for Model Number GHDA485N1OCS

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My dishwasher keeps tripping its breaker. I went through the test mode and all components worked until I activated the water valve, which caused the breaker to trip. Not sure how to test the flood switch- I know the valve itself functions by wiring it to 115v on the bench. Could the flood switch be tripping the breaker?

Doug M for Model Number GSD6700G00BB

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Unit was only draining partial. Checked sump pump motor replaced it with a new one. No clog in the drain hose. Flapper new. Still leaves water in bottom of unit,

Jeff for Model Number GLD5500L15BB

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The dishwasher will not fill with water. I ordered the inlet valve and installed it but did not fix the problem. I tested the flood switch and between the end terminals the continuity swung from infinity to no continuity. No continuity using the center pin in the test. I don't want to simply continue throwing parts at this. Please offer your insight.

Shawn for Model Number GLD42360L00SS

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Dishwasher won't fill with water. Tested voltage at the inlet valve and there wasn't enough when I thought it should be filling. Disassembled the float, it appeared clear and was making the clicking sound when I pressed on the stem. Tested continuity of the float switch and was surprised that it had continuity when the switch wasn't pressed but lost continuity when the switch was pressed, just the opposite of what I'd expect. I thought the switch would have continuity while pressed. Do you think it's a faulty float switch?

Leo for Model Number ghda475m15cs

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The dishwasher was pouring out the flood switch WD12X10151 bottom until the floor. To check the flood switch I removed it from the machine and cleaned all of the float assembly. With my meter it showed no continuity. When I pressed in the lever in the switch I got continuity. Is that OK? When I reassembled the unit, put the stem and cover together I checked the unit and got continuity (because the cap was pushing down on the stem and lever) When water is in the machine will it float the cap enough to disengage the switch? Anything else I should look for or do I need a new switch? Thank you in advance for your help. Where should I check?

Darryl R for Model Number GLD440800WW

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