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    • Part Number: AP2039738
    • MFG Part Number: WD21X10060
    • Made by: GE
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I have a leak from the shaft that goes into the pump motor when the solenoid is activated (drain function I think). Does Solenoid Part # WD21X10060 include the shaft seal that will stop the leak?

Joaquin A for Model Number GE GSD3820

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Water will not drain, in the dishwasher. Checked all hoses for clogs and no clog. Pulled the motor and solenoid out and test solenoid. Flap only opens manual, does it sound like my solenoid not doing the job?

Sid

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The plunger on my solenoid assembly is rusted and I wish to replace it. Also a small leak occures when the solenoid operates. It looks like the leak is coming from behind the bracket that attaches the assembly to the housing. does part # a p2039738 contain the seal or gasket for the mounting screws that will stop this leak. I will order the selenoid assay and any additional part necessary to correct this problem.

Eugene for Model Number gsd3425f00bb

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Fills fine but drain solenoid stays open & keeps draining. Con is fine with solenoid, crack door to brack juice to solinoid & it will releace. Is this the mother board?????

Ray for Model Number HDA3400G02BB

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My dishwasher has no electrical power. There is power to the machine, but it won't start. Help!

Keith M. for Model Number HDA3220Z04BB

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I just purchased the Solenoid Assembly kit. Part number WD21X0050 and order number 2847767 and I cannot figure out how to get the old white plastic piece off the dishwasher. I have all of the other pieces off but this looks like a gromet or something holding it on. Should I pull it off, is it a snap off and I use the new screws on the upgraded version? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance! Brian

Brian F. for Model Number GSD2220Z05BB

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My dishwasher somtimes will not drain in any cycle modes, but if i turn it rinse only it drains, could this be the timer?

Kevin for Model Number GSD3200J00WW

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Dishwasher operates fine and drains completely; however, a drip leak occurs whenever the drain kit solenoid engages to drain the tub. Looking at the (WD21X10060 GE Dishwasher Drain Solenoid), the drip seems to be coming from the area of the top screw on the metal plate of this part. I suspect there is a gasket/ seal behind this metal plate where it screws into the pump assembly. Can you simply purchase a new gasket or does a new gasket come with a new WD21X1006o Solenoid Kit Assembly?

Nick for Model Number GE "Potscrubber" Model# GSD2220Z04BB

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My ge dishwasher runs through its cycle fine but doesn't drain at the end leaving dirty water up to the door level. I've pulled it all apart and there are no plugs in any of the lines. The pump appears to be working fine. I think it's the solenoid as I don't see it moving during any part of the cycle. Is there a way to manually open the drain valve to confirm if it is the solenoid that's the issue? Any suggestions would be much appreciated!

Jess

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Hi, I have a GE Nautilus dish washer that fills with water and starts operating but then drains again, leaving not enough water for the arms to turn. The float switch is operating fine, I tested the fill cycle while holding it down manually. I am suspecting that it might be the timer switch, since I have the following timing pattern: water starts filling and I start hearing the spray arm turning, at 15 seconds drain opens for the first time (fill valve still open), at 25 seconds drain valve closes (fill valve still open - I can hear water going in), at 39 seconds drain valve opens for the second time, 3 seconds or so later fill valve closes, a few seconds later drain valve closes but it drained out enough water for the spray arms to stop. The timing pattern is the same from the Start as well as from the Rinse position. I am 100% sure that it's not the float switch opening, since I tested the fill cycle while holding the switch down manually. There is a little bit of leakage coming off the drain valve shaft when it's draining, but that might be a separate problem. There is some corrosion on the drain valve solenoid, but it seems to open and close fine. I am basically trying to figure out whether I should try to replace the timer first, or whether replacing the pump assembly might fix this, or both. Any help much appreciated.

Hans for Model Number GSD2200G00WW

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