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    • Part Number: AP631386
    • MFG Part Number: WD19X10032
    • Made by: GE
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The washing arms does not get water in them and will not spin.

Loretta for Model Number Bosch shu 3006 uc

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I bought a dishwasher that is leaking water. I think it is coming from the drain Solenoid. My question is how does the water get to the drain solenoid to make it leak, And what is the best way and cheapest to stop the leak and fix it?

Jon for Model Number GSD4120Y70BB

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This machine fills with water. It will not run, it just hums. Does it require part number WD19x10032? If I put citric acid in the unit, it will start 50 percent of the time. Will this part resovle the issue? Thank you folks!

S.j. for Model Number GE gsd3620z02bb

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My G.E. Profile dishwasher has suddenly begun making a loud, ringing noise when the motor runs. I have removed the motor/pump assembly and found the aluminum ring just beyond the impeller is quite loose in its space. When I rattle this ring with my finger, the pitch of this sound is similar to the noise it makes when running. Will your impeller/seal kit eliminate this ringing? Thank you

Dale for Model Number PDW7880J03SS

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Replaced old sump w/new one. Still leaking, seems to be from seal. Took apart pump from motor, had to pry off pump housing after pulling seal apart. Shaft on motor seems to have a shaft sleeve on it for wear protection. Is this included in the impeller and seal repair kit? How do I get the old shaft sleeve off the motor shaft? It seems to be rusted on? Really do not want to ruin motor shaft and have to replace whole unit @ $145. Dishwasher is over 20 yrs old, would I be better off replacing with a new model?

Rookie Repairman for Model Number gsd700l-20

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Water is leaking underneath my dishwasher, unfortunately I cannot get a good enough vantage to see the source of the leak. The leak is evident when, after the fill completes, the pump turns on. I ordered a new seal repair kit thinking that might resolve the issue (the motor unit was replaced a few years ago, so it felt wrong that the seal should have failed). The dishwasher is still leaking. I am looking for suggestions for any next steps. The inlet sump is relatively new (1 year) and neither that part nor the pump connector show any obvious signs of being broken/torn. The clamps on both the inlet sump and the pump connector are snug/tight. Any thoughts on how I might be able to see the source of the leak or any thoughts on next steps would be most welcome.

Bob for Model Number GE PDW8280J03SS

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Do you have the impeller for this unit?

Richard for Model Number BOSCH DISWASHER SHE5AL0500/05

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Water enters the machine, but it seems to drain at the same time, and not fill enough to spray out the spray arms. Could a bad piston & nut assembly do this, or something wrong with the pump? The motor runs fine.

Scott for Model Number kenmore 363.16222100 dish washer

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I've removed the old pump seal. The shaft is fairly rusted/corroded (~0.5 mm thick gone) near the motor side. Will a new pump seal still work? Or do I need to replace the entire motor? Obviously, I prefer to only replace the $20 parts Vs a $130 motor, but I don't want to have to do this again in a year. Any chance the new seal can work? If it helps any, I would be glad to send a picture of the shaft. Thanks!

GE Dishwasher for Model Number GE Potscrubber Dishwasher

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I am repairing a leaky pump to motor seal. I ordered the repair kit wd19x10032. While waiting for the parts to be delivered I am disassembling the pump. The motor unscrewed from the pump like I expected but the screen at the inlet side of the pump seems to be glued not twist locked in place. This unit is about 15 years old. Is this the case ? I know a replacement screen is included in the kit, do I cut out the old part? It is solidly bonded to the pump housing. I am hoping to avoid buying a whole new motor pump assembly.

Craig for Model Number HOTPOINT HDA330Y73WW

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