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    • Part Number: AP2910020
    • MFG Part Number: 675238
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Hi, I noticed with the drain hose off, water leaks out of the check valve after the fill cycle. The tank water level will be low after the wash cycle and the heating element is still hot. Is this from a defective check valve? Thanks.

Bob for Model Number Whilpool DU930PWKQO

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I was trying to fix a drain problem and unscrewed the 4 screws that go through the "support, pump mounting" bushings. part number 14. I ended up screwing them back in, since I realized that I didn't need to unscrew them, but they don't really screw in that well and some of them seem to be stripped. Anyway, after clearing the drain check valve, and turning on the machine, it's leaking all over the place. I suspect that I broke a seal when I removed those 4 screws. What should I do? Also, do I need to have the spray arm re-attached before I test things out? Perhaps that's why it was leaking. Thanks! Mark

Mark V. for Model Number SHU30041

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Similar to a previous question about not draining as it should, but pressing cancel/drain a few times after cycle drains it. I disconnected hose from pump and it was clear. Inserted a piece of copper wire into 'Check Valve', from both ends to check for obstruction. Just where the check ball before the drain hole, I discovered a black rubber ring with the center of it solid and a white piece of plastic that appeared to fit over the solid center piece. I never noticed this before, so I can only assume it came from within the 'Check Valve'. Is this a correct assumption and if so what is it? I ran a cycle and it appears to be draining okay now. Have I ripped this piece out of the 'Check Valve'? Does the 'Check Valve' have to bereplaced?

Dennis for Model Number DU945PWKQ1

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Dishwasher Drains very slowly. Even on drain cycle, flows slowly. Since it doesn't drain properly, dishes come out dirty. Checked the line, no obstructions. Do you suggest removing and checking drain check valve next? Thank You

Pat K for Model Number Whirlpool dishwasher w10073320

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I have replaced the impeller, and all gaskets - including the pump tub gasket and my Kenmore dishwasher is still leaking around the black plastic piece that the check valve screws into. The check valve has a black flapper (preventing backflow), a small wing and an O ring that all look to be in good shape. What else could be making it leak...?

Kerry for Model Number 665.15982990

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I'm getting an E6 alarm and the water is not draining. In hear it trying to start the pump but it stops after a couple of seconds and the E6 alarm comes back. What should I do?

Greg for Model Number 665.1694190

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Dishwasher will not drain. Disconnect the hose and it is clear. Removed the drain check value and inside the fit all most perfectly was a check ball, found on a previous parts diagram. Is this supposed to be inside the check valve, if not where does the check ball go?

Eric

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I am ordering a new drain hose assembly AP3083678. The/both clamps look good. Do I need anything else other than the hose? Do I need a new Drain Check Valve also AP2910020?? Is it a good idea anyway? System is 1998, works great. Thanks, James

James for Model Number DU980QPDQ4

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The water is not completely draining from the tub after each cycle change. So I end up rinsing my dishes with dirty soapy water, and when it's done there is still a lot of water left in the bottom. I can get the water to drain completely by pressing the Cancel/Drain button one or two extra times. The drain hose is not clogged, I've checked it twice. What controls how the water is drained? Is it the float or is there a timer or something else?

Joel for Model Number 665.15639000

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Are there plastic parts inside the body of the drain check valve other than the flat round black flap, or is it clear straight through other than this flat black flap?

Isaac Z. for Model Number Whirlpool disher drain check valve part 675238

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