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    • Part Number: AP3183362
    • MFG Part Number: WD12X10057
    • Made by: GE
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The dishwasher is making a vibration noise during the wash and rinse cycles. A while back we had a GE service tech out who couldn't fix it and when I looked he clearly broke more parts than he fixed. The main conduit has a crack in the part that joins up with the hose that brings the water up to the top arm and the piece that clips it to the hose is gone. Is is possible that this would cause such harsh vibration? I've cleaned the filter and pulled some junk out what I believe to be the impeller (forward of the filter?) but I am still getting this vibration. No vibrations when the unit fills/empties, only when the arms are spinning. Think it's worth replacing the "Main Conduit" (AP3183362) based on the cracks and lose connection? Unit it 8+ years old now.

Jack for Model Number GSD6660G10SS

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Top and middle arm not turning, does not appear to be clogged. turns freely by hand.

Fred for Model Number GLD5950N00CS

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I have a black gunky build-up at the bottom of the dishwasher. No matter how much I clean it, it keeps coming back. It appears on and around the filter piece. Thanks for your help.

Jeannine for Model Number PDW7880J03SS

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How do I remove part wd18x10009 out of a dishwasher?

David

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Is there supposed to be a gasket /o ring on the main conduit part b/c I think that mine is missing. There is a loud growling noise and also a noise that sounds like banging dishes when I run the cycle.

Christina for Model Number GSD6200J01BB

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Soap dispenser always seems to have soap left in it.Also, is there supposed to be an "O" ring on the nozzle in back that pushes into the upper spray arm?

Harley for Model Number gsd6200j01ww

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I am having trouble getting any pressure to the sprayer under the upper rack and also the sprayer at the top of the dishwasher. Is there supposed to be a screw holding the main conduit against the inside back of the cabinet? it looks like it has a screw hole mid way up be there is not a screw in it. I have cleaned all the filters, everything seems to fit tight but it does not seem like there is much of a seal where the top rack pushes into the main conduit. The top rack dishes do not seem to get very clean. Can you also tell me where the water level should be for proper cleaning? I am confused as to how much water should be in the bottom.

Bob for Model Number General Electric GLD6966R10SS DISHWASHER

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When spray arm goes around makes a clanging noise, sounds like two dishes banging aganist each other. replaced lock nut system and fixed for awhile now doing it again, will replace again but why does it keep breaking ears off nut?

Dennis C for Model Number gsd6260jloss

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I too have a growling noise coming from the dishwasher - had it repaired under warranty the first time and the conduit main (WD12X10057) was replaced. After 1 year, and now out of warranty it is doing it again. Checked the filters,arms,and can find no problem. Could the conduit be bad even though I can not find any reason to beleive it is?

Joe for Model Number GSD6500J01BB

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Washer would keep running and not clean anything very well at all.Also the touch pad only responds to a couple commands, mostly does not function. Repair guy said it needs a new touch pad, water inlet valve and also thinks the 'main board' is bad because 'with no water, looks like the unit overheated'. This was $95 worth of advice and wants to charge $504 plus tax to repair. I'm sure I could repair once I had the parts. This unit is only 3 years old and pretty disappointed with it's seemingly short life span. Can reasonable mechanical skills repair with a diagram and parts from you? Thanks

Mike H. for Model Number PDW9280NOOSS

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