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    • Part Number: AP2039463
    • MFG Part Number: WD19X10015
    • Made by: GE
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I don't get any draining from my dishwasher. I have back tracked the drain system to the Drain Pump (WD19X10015). Here is the following information I measured from my multimeter: Impedance was approx. 26 Ohms. When the drain pump is supposed to be running (Step 12 on F-1 Test Cycle), it measures 0 volts. The pump is doing absolutely nothing. Am I also supposed to get some draining from the main pump (it is running when it is supposed to)? Can someone please help me determine if I need a new drain pump or if I need to continue tracking the drain up line from here? The 2 leads to the pump are red and the other is red/white. The red/white wire goes into a switch or sensor at the front-right bottom of the tub. Out of that, a larger red/white wire goes out into front panel of the dishwasher, which I have not removed yet.

Kent for Model Number GSD5330D01WW

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Hi I was wondering if this will work to replace the pump on my GE model number GSM603D-01 Thanks so much

Sue for Model Number GSM603D-01

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My dishwasher is not completely draining .It is leaving a little bit in the bottom.I cleared the line and can feel the water leaving through the line when I do a quick rinse.Do I need a drain pump?If so direst me to correct on.I could only find model #GSDL 132FWW,is that the same one?I also need the silver screen filter with rubber trim in the bottom.I need to repair or replace this asap.Ive got a mad wife ,with a torn up dishwasher lots of cooking for the holidays.Thanks very much for making this available.

Frank for Model Number GSDL132F02WW

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My GE GSD5860G00SS is not draining water. All lines are clear but it appears the pump isn't trying to work to remove the water. Any ideas?

Marc for Model Number GSD5860G00SS

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The GE Triton III does not fully drain at the end of the cycle. I cleaned all the traps and made sure the drain line is clear. I also replaced the piston and nut assembly but it still does not fully drain. Is the next step replacing the drain pump? Is the correct part number AP20309463? Thanks.

Dennis for Model Number GSD5330D02WW

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Hello. I have a GE Triton dishwasher that is not draining completely at the end of the cycles. You recently answered my question about this, and suggested, after checking all the hoses and drains for obstructions, that I change the discharge pump. I checked everything, hoses, took drains apart and cleaned them, etc. The pump will discharge water at the end of the cycle, just not all of it. None of the cycles, wash, rinse only, etc. will empty the machine completely. there is always about an inch and a half of water in the machine. What else can I check? Could the timing board, sensor, or whatever it uses be bad? And if so, is it in the panel behind the touch operation panel? Please advise, as I am leaving it apart until I get some suggestions. As usual, any help is much appreciated.

Greg for Model Number GSD5360F01SS

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I asked recently about a GE dishwasher #r GSD5360F01SS not draining properly. As I suspected, you said I should change the discharge pump. I installed the pump, a WD19X10015, and the problem persists. Interestingly it fills with water fine, runs a complete cycle and does discharge water, just not all of it. I have checked all the hoses, disassembled the screens where the tub feeds into the discharge pump, made sure the backflow valve (flap really) is not obstructed and it still does not empty completely. i am wondering if the timing sequencer or board can be going bad or is bad; everything else checks out. Any other suggestions?

Greg for Model Number GSD5360F01SS

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I have the GE Triton dishwasher model #GSD5360F01SS. At the end of every cycle, no matter if its wash or rinse only, it has about an inch and a half of water in it. In reading the other Q&A, i did what you suggested. i took off the hose to the sink and ran a rinse cycle. it discharges about a gallon of water no problem. i ran a wash cycle and it did the same. The drain hose is not obstructed, the discharge pump does pump out water, just not all of it. Is there a sensor or some other method of the unit thinking it is empty that may be bad, or can a weak pump run for a specified time and just not empty completely. I am not sure if the drain cycle is time driven or water level driven. Please, any help would be appreciated before I begin changing parts. Thanks.

Greg for Model Number GSD5360F01SS

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Hello, I have a GE Profile Triton and it is not fully draining. There are no blockages in the hoses and the air gap is fine. The pump seems to be pumping but the valve was worn already. Can I just replace the valve or do I have to replace the pump and valve? Does the pump comes with the valve? In the picture it does seem like it. Thanks!

Rey for Model Number gsd5330d00ww

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I ordered this part and it does not seem to help or fix my problem. Could you please give me a suggestion on what other part I would need to check. I have checked the pump with a multimeter and all seems to be good with it.

Anthony for Model Number gsd5120d01bb

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