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Water Inlet Valve

Part Number: AP2039343
MFG Part Number: WD15X10003
Made by: GE
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Dishwasher water valve with a 3/8 inch inlet and mounting bracket.

Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Dishwasher Valve.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WD15X10003 (AP2039343) replaces 165D5792G001, 785330, AH259368, EA259368, PS259368.

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Leaky inlet valve for dishwasher Don S. • Battle Creek, MI • April 22, 2014

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Water inlet valve Brady L. • Great Neck, NY • December 06, 2014

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How to Replace Water Inlet Valve #WD15X10003

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Water Inlet Valve #WD15X10003 for Dishwasher made by GE, Kenmore. Note: This video is intended to give you the general idea of the part replacement procedure. Your appliance may differ depending on the manufacturer and model.


 

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Water backs up when dishwasher is not in use.

A for Model Number GSD4800G00WW

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When I start my GE dishwasher it fills with water for only 40 seconds. The owners manual says the start/fill cycle should last for about 60 seconds. Then (after 60 second fill) the wash cycle begins. Therefore, I am only getting about 66% fill. The water does not come close the the shut off valve in the front left corner. It seems to me the control panel is telling the water valve to shut off too soon. It is shutting off at 40 seconds instead of 60 seconds = incomplete fill. Can the control panel be "reset" to the factory spec of 60 seconds fill time? Please reply to my email address: lowrypierce@hotmail.com Note: I removed and cleaned out the water valve filter screen. It was very dirty. That did not help much with filling.

Lowry P for Model Number GE model GLD4900P00BB

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My dishwasher is not filling with water. I changed the inlet valve thinking it was the problem. It still does not fill. Using my ohm meter I confirmed that the float switch is working. I do not know where to go from here. Thanks

Jason for Model Number GE GSD2200G00WW

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I am trying to locate a part for my dishwasher that is leaking. There is a sticker that says C-412/07 33129009 165d7414g001 I am sure this is the drain pump assembly. It is attached to a metal bracket and has a hose that comes in at the top side and then the bottom.

Jennifer for Model Number GLD4560N10SS

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The water inlet valve developed a very slow water leak. Do I have to buy the whole water valve or can the diaphragm inside be replaced?

Ray for Model Number GSD2000J01CC

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Unit got cold and froze. Water started coming in while the switch was off.

Larry for Model Number gsd1100g00ww

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