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Turbidity Sensor

Part Number: AP3794341
MFG Part Number: WD21X10202
Made by: GE

Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WD21X10202 (AP3794341) replaces WD21X10118.

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The digital timer starts a new cycle showing approx. 20 min. longer than it use to. Then when the reaches 1 min. it will continue to run for another 10 to 15 min. It's about 8 years old. How should I start to trouble shoot this problem? Could it be the Turbidity Sensor? Thanks in advance for any help, Ken

Ken for Model Number GHDA650L 15WW

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Water is pouring from the red cap on the turbidity sensor. The sensor itself has been discontinued, can I replace the red seal/cap/boot? Do I need a new dishwasher?

Jennifer M. for Model Number gsd6900n00bb

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Would this failed sensor cause the dw to continue washing?

Jdizzle for Model Number gsd5560g02ss

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I recently replaced the sump on my dishwasher and it is still leaking from the turbidity sensor. I thighted the clamp but I didnt want to tighten it too hard in fear of breaking it. Do I thighten it more? Do I need some silicone or anything like that?

Kris for Model Number GSD5500G02CC

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After the cycle ends , the pump will not start. The pump checks out ok. Could it be a sensor or what? Thanks

Woodsman for Model Number ?

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Dishwasher not draining. Drain pump hums but nothing. Could it be the pump or sensor turbity. Thanks

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