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    • Part Number: AP2616850
    • MFG Part Number: WD26X10013
    • Made by: GE
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my portable dishwasher is leaking by the pump could this just be the gaskets gone bad or more. my dishwasher s a GE product. If only the gaskets how hard is it to fix.

Melinda for Model Number 165D5450P001

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Water draining directly under the motor assembly. When the pump goes bad do they leak?

Whitetail for Model Number Hot point HDA3220Z07BB

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Hello. After watching your video I pulled out my dishwasher to look at replacing the pump and motor assembly. Your replacement pump looks similar, but somewhat different than the one in my unit now. This was expected. What I am unsure of though is one of the connections on my existing dish washer (the one that is right under the motor if my dish washer were upside down) has an opening that is smaller than the replacement piece has. Mine looks like it is an inch across and the replacement is perhaps 2 to 3 inches. Not sure if there is an adapter I need, but it is not shown in the included parts, and was not in the video. Thanks

Michael for Model Number GE QuietPower 3 Dish Washer

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The dishwasher does not drain after the wash cycle is complete. The drain line has been checked… it is clear.

Rodney for Model Number GSD5120D03BB

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I have a GE dishwasher which is not getting enough water pressure to spin the spray arms and is obviously not washing dishes. When turned on, it spurts a quick stream of water, then just bubbles over. I have replaced the piston and nut assembly because it was showing signs of wear, but no change. The motor seems to be working. Ideas?

Scott for Model Number GSD3230F00WW

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The unit fills with water and the heating element is working, I hear a click and then nothing. The wash part of the cycle does not start, after some time the unit drains and goes into rinse then drains again. At no time does water appear anywhere but the bottom of the unit. Is this a bad Circ Pump? Is there anything else I should check before purchasing the part?

Mike for Model Number GE GSD5400 Dishwasher

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The repair man said my pump is leaking and that is why the water is not reaching the top of the dishwasher and is not draining completely. If I was to buy the new pump to replace it, will it fix these problems? Is it much harder to replace than the video is showing if the part has been changed and improved? Thank you.

Eileen for Model Number 36315161790

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Hi, I've checked for any hose blockages to/from the dishwasher to disposal and there do not appear to be any. Water seems to drain fine while the sump is in operation (I see water flowing into the disposal). Then the pump tub area fills back up again to the top of the sump cap after the pump ceases operation. I don't think that much water is supposed to be left in the dishwasher. I've changed out the piston and nut assembly, but this did not seem to help. I've also removed the piston assembly to make sure the rubber isn't distorted, and I've also checked the valve gasket and this also appears to be ok. Is this just a bad pump assembly?

Jeff for Model Number GSD3600G00BB

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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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