My dishwasher is leaking from the bottom. It seems to be dripping from the circulation pump. Do I need to replace the pump or just the o-rings or other? Joro
Answer Hello Joro,
If you are sure it is leaking from the circulation pump, you can try replacing the "O" rings 154246901, 154247001. Be sure to put some liquid detergent on the "O" rings before inserting the circulation pump back into the sump. This will prevent them from tearing or trying to reposition. If the water is leaking out of the motor 154859201, it will need to be replaced.
replaced o rings on motor but still leaking right where motor joins body .
Answer Curtis, A couple of things to check, Make sure the O rings did not "shift" when you installed the motor assembly. Check the pump case, make sure there aren't any hair line cracks in the casing. Make sure the motor bracket 154595901 is installed properly and tightly. This bracket exerts the pressure on the pump and seals it to the case so it doesn't leak.
It goes thru all of the cycles but I have no water spraying in the wash cycle. I have water in the bottom of machine though. We have had a gum up problem before.
Answer Hello Dennis. If the water is filling to the bottom of the heater, and the motor is not locked up or clogged, you will need to order the motor kit and replace it on the unit. The impeller on the motor moves the water through the unit.
Our washer quiit pumping out. Is the shaft on the motor supposed to have play in it or is it suppose to be ridged.
The shaft of the motor 154859101 should not have any type of play to it. With the unit not draining and if lines are clear then you would want to replace the pump.
Top arm does not move during the wash. The bottom arm works fine.
You will want to pull the pump apart and check the diverter ball to make sure that there is nothing causing the diverter to not operate properly. No clogs or blockages.