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Impeller Seal Kit

Part Number: AP3883871
MFG Part Number: WD19X10038
Made by: GE
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Dishwasher Impeller & Seal Kit.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WD19X10038 (AP3883871) replaces 1168286, AH1017766, EA1017766, PS1017766.

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Motor impellar seal was worn and leaking Richard O. • St George, UT • August 23, 2014

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My dishwasher seems to work fine but makes a light grinding noise when it's draining or about to drain (light grinding noise started a few months ago). I figure maybe it's the impeller seal kit that I need? Can stuff get stuck in those parts and cause a grinding sound? thanks for any help! Kent

Kent for Model Number GSD4000R15BB

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How many ohms should I get when checking the motor. Also does the motor control the wash cycle as well or just the pump. My machine is draining but not all the way.

Willy for Model Number gsd3300rrooww

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I am having problem with water pressure to all arms. I completely disassembled everything (down to the entire motor assembly) and thoroughly removed all sediment and debris. I reassembled everything and started a rinse cycle. I stuck a screw driver into the door to trick it so I could hold the door open and watch it run. When the pump kicked on, the spray was strong but then quickly diminished to where the middle arm was moving in a circle really slow and the water shooting out was medium pressure. (Yes I got very wet doing this but I had to see what was going on). My question: Is this related to the circuit board not providing a consistent current to the motor or is it the motor? I am at my wits end. Please help.

Richard for Model Number PDWF480P00SS

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Hotpoint Dishwasher will not drain, the wash cycle seems to be working correctly,(water goes in the unit),& I can hear the water spraying inside, but when it comes time to drain, unit will not pump out the water. The solenoid arm is working up,& down,I took the impeller assembly apart, & didn't notice any wear patterns.Would an impeller repair kit possibly resolve the problem? *I have a clear piece of hose spliced into the drain hose,& when the unit is trying to drain, I can see the water fluctuate back, & forth approximately 1/4"

Denny for Model Number HDA2000V00WW

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The unit will not drain.

Et for Model Number gsd4000n20ww

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Why does the dishwasher make a loud rumbling noise when running in any mode? This noise louder than when we first bought it. It works fine just makes the loud noise. I tried cleaning the dishwasher with name brand dishwasher cleaner fluid. Still makes the loud noise. Thank you. Ed

Ed D. for Model Number GHDA450L00WW

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