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    • Part Number: AP2616850
    • MFG Part Number: WD26X10013
    • Made by: GE
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Dishwasher makes a grinding noise during wash cycle. Can this be caused by the pump and motor assembly?

Rich for Model Number gsd900g-02

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Does not drain completely. The drain solenoid tests good. Mine does not have a check valve or piston assembly. If I disconnect drain hose at insinkerator, dishwasher drains almost completely into a bucket except for about 1/4". I pulled insinkerator and all drain pipes out and there doesn't appear to be any blockages. Both sinks drain fine. I did notice that when I pulled the motor/pump assembly out that the rubber flapper attached to solenoid arm is chewed up a bit and allows some water to shoot back in the tub during drain. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

Kevin K for Model Number GSD4000J00WW

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The upper rack sprayer does not turn around when spraying. The top and bottom sprayers spins fine. I have cleaned all filters and there is plenty of water coming in (at least 1" or more on bottom). Water does come out of the sprayer but the flow is not as strong as I would expect. Top rack dishes are just not getting clean. All lines are clear of debris and clean. Does this sound like maybe just a weak pump?

Mark for Model Number PDW8680J00SS

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dear staff, I am original owner of dishwasher ref no.550 of schematic broke. I know it is not a stocked item. no part number is listed. Do I need to purchase the hub and support asm wd22x0126?. Years ago I changed out the pump/motor asm. So now I have a threaded connector sticking out of bottom of dishwasher. The spray arm is not working due to broken ref no.550. What do I need to purchase from you and what mods if any do I need to do? thanks

Brian for Model Number 3631441591

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My dishwasher leaks from the drain solenoid only when the solenoid opens. what is the part i need to change? I removed the drain solenoid and do not see any cracks in the plastic housing. It would appear to be leaking from the bolt that comes through the plastic pump housing that the drain solenoid attaches to. Is there a seal "inside" the pump housing for this bolt? There is No seal on the outside of this housing. If there is a seal inside the housing what is the best way to get to it? from inside the dishwasher by removing the bottom panel or removing the entire dishwasher from between the cabinets and removing the pump from the bottom.. thank you. george

George for Model Number GSD3230ZZ2WW

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My pump housing has 2 small hose ports. All new ones have only 1. What do I need to order? Thanks.

John for Model Number gsd3735d01ww

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The 2 hoses from the pump were do they go to, one is the drain and goes to the garbage disposal. The upper hose goes were ?

Jerald J for Model Number gsd500d-o3aw

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When I turn my dishwasher on it fills up with water in the bottom then nothing happens. After a few minutes goes buy the water drains and thats it. Should I replace the motor and pump?

Drew for Model Number gldt696tss

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My GE 2220Z02BB Dishwasher has leak at the bottom. I open the panel and found the leak at,near the solenoid every time the water is discharged. What is the problem and what part should be replaced? I am very much a handy man, should I replace it myself or I really need a professional? Thanks

Bien Vu for Model Number bvu3@cox.net

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When the solenoid activates, should the drain valve switch 100% open (pump to drain) or 100% closed (pump to sprayer arm)? It appears that the solenoid travel allows the valve switch to divert water 100% closed (pump to sprayer arm) but when it switches, the valve only opens about 70%, allowing some water from the pump to drain and some to pump back into the sprayer arm. I am wondering if this is why I have intermittent draining problems. Everything appears to be functioning as designed and there is no obvious damage or wear to the components. Is my drain valve suspect or should I focus on the solenoid?

Brfoss for Model Number GSD4030Z07WW

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