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Main Conduit

Part Number: AP3183362
MFG Part Number: WD12X10057
Made by: GE
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Dishwasher Hose Or Tube.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WD12X10057 (AP3183362) replaces 943413, AH651676, EA651676, PS651676, WD12X10059, WD18X10009.

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The plastic part which the screw for the upper spray arm screws into is stripped out. One post states to replace the main conduit. However, in the GSD6660G02SS it appears the plastic receptacle is a separate piece which looks to be press fit into the top of the dishwasher enclosure. Is this piece included with the main conduit? Or has mine broken away...I just want to be sure I have the parts to enable the screw to hold tight and fasten the spray arm correctly. Thanks.

Mark for Model Number GSD6660G02SS


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Our dishwasher is making a growling noise when cleaning, but not when draining. I suspected one of the wash arms was vibrating. By removing each of the wash arms and the fitting on the main conduit, I was able to determine the vibration was coming from the conduit so I'll be replacing that. My question is there is no screw securing the conduit to the back of the washer but there is clearly a mounting point for one. Should the screw be used and what part number screw should I use?

Eric B. for Model Number GLD6966R10SS


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I had to take apart this conduit to clean some gunk out of the filter sump because my dishwasher wasn't draining. I accidentally snapped the plastic tab that holds the piece attached to the bottom of the tub with the hose going into it. It still seems to function fine and I don't see how the hose could pull out in normal use unless there was a really large amount of pressure. Is this tab really necessary or should I not worry about it if the washer seems to be working fine.

Jacob for Model Number GLD4560N


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The dishwasher is making a vibration noise during the wash and rinse cycles. A while back we had a GE service tech out who couldn't fix it and when I looked he clearly broke more parts than he fixed. The main conduit has a crack in the part that joins up with the hose that brings the water up to the top arm and the piece that clips it to the hose is gone. Is is possible that this would cause such harsh vibration? I've cleaned the filter and pulled some junk out what I believe to be the impeller (forward of the filter?) but I am still getting this vibration. No vibrations when the unit fills/empties, only when the arms are spinning. Think it's worth replacing the "Main Conduit" (AP3183362) based on the cracks and lose connection? Unit it 8+ years old now.

Jack for Model Number GSD6660G10SS


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Top and middle arm not turning, does not appear to be clogged. turns freely by hand.

Fred for Model Number GLD5950N00CS


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I have a black gunky build-up at the bottom of the dishwasher. No matter how much I clean it, it keeps coming back. It appears on and around the filter piece. Thanks for your help.

Jeannine for Model Number PDW7880J03SS


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