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Part Number: AP3189460
MFG Part Number: WD21X10155
Made by: GE
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Dishwasher Control Board.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WD21X10155 (AP3189460) replaces 948000, AH260202, EA260202, PS260202.

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The old timer would not allow the dishwasher to start when turned to the start position i had to rotate the dial until the washer made the connection and started the wash cycle Rebecca C. • Jackson, MS • September 09, 2014

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Dishwasher won't fill. Checked for water pressure and debris in overflow float, both OK. Tested the water control valve for continuity across its terminals OK Replaced water control valve, no difference. Replaced the overflow switch, no difference. Checked for power to the water control valve connection. NO POWER to the connector. Checked continuity from the timer plug to the water control valve connecter, good continuity so not a broken wire. Pump runs so there's power to the timer. Do you think there's a problem on the timer not sending current to the valve?

Jerry for Model Number GSD2200g02ww


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When I turn the timer knob to wash the only thing that happens is the soap door opens. The check for power on the motor, nothing, none. Is the timer bad ?

Joe P for Model Number 363.14252100


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Sometimes my GE Nautilus dish washer works fine. Other times, when the switch is turned to start, you can hear the water come on and fill but then nothing happens, but you can hear the timer continue to click. When this happened the other night, I moved the timer to where I thought it would drain so I could start over, but it just hummed. I tried to start over anyway and the water over flowed. Bailed out the water, took the basket off the drain exit and found a couple small pieces of debris, nothing major. Moved switch to a drain position and it worked. I started the cycle over, it filled with water and stopped. Moved switch, drained the water out, started over and the machine is now running through full cycle--once it starts "normally", it runs through the whole cycle with no problem. My question is: is the timer faulty?

Andy for Model Number GSD2200G00CC


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You have advised that I test the float mechanism and switch. The switch seems to move without obstruction and I can hear/feel the switch click. I will test the continuity. Is the switch difficult to replace? Does Appliancepartspros carry the float switch? What is the part number?

Drew for Model Number ADW1000K00BB


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The DW steps through it's cycles but it does not let in fresh water. I replaced the inlet water valve/solenoid (WD15X10003) and it did not correct the problem. Do I have a bad timer?

Drew for Model Number Hotpoint ADW1000K00BB


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My dishwasher drains while it is filling, the solenoid does open and close for the drain. I figured it was the timer so I purchased a new one and I have the same problem. I did manually move the solenoid to close off the flapper and the water sprays normally, there is enough pressure that sprays the dishes when it is manually by passed. The solenoid does electrically move up and down, but I was wondering if it possible over heats and releases? Could it be the solenoid for the drain or an obstruction somewhere? It has been working fine and within the past 2 weeks it started this. NOTE: Manually moving the timer to each of the positions the water does turn on but then drains while filling. During the wash cycle the pump runs but no water in the bottom. Thanks in Advance for any assistance.

Leo for Model Number GE Dishwasher GSD2200G02CC


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