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    • Part Number: AP2910020
    • MFG Part Number: 675238
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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My check valve does not have a threaded end on it, I notice the replacement does, the one I have has a flat surface with an o ring where threads are on the replacement, it looks like the one I have was possibly glued. does that sound correct or am I missing?

Mike for Model Number 66516765691

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My dishwasher suddenly collects water when I drain the sink. Do you think this could be the check valve? Any suggestions as to the cause of the problem?

Joe for Model Number gld4100loobb

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Nasty water collects into the bottom of the dishwasher. Do not use because of this and it stinks. Routed drain hose up high and has a loop but water still drains back into the dishwasher. Removed and cleared hose and cleaned around flapper near the motor. How can I install an in-line check valve to prevent?

James for Model Number 154608701

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We have an 11 year old dishwasher that wont drain. I have pulled the check valve and cleaned it, but the washer still fills with water. Reading help sites it seems like there might be something missing on my valve. Is there anything inside besides a rubber flap? Other than that, when running, it seems like there isn't enough pressure to evacuate the water, the drain line has water and air sloshing back and forth. The line is clear. The motor is running and spraying, but does seem to hum oddly. Any suggestions?

Tony for Model Number Whirlpool Imperial dishwaser

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The dishwasher will not drain, but the motor has a low pitched hum when it gets to that function. The dishwasher goes through all the other cycles okay. Will a check valve replacement allow the machine to drain? And if so, is this accessible if you pull out the machine from under the right side? I'm guessing it just screws off, is that right? Thanks.

Elizabeth for Model Number Whirlpool model shu3004-1

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Water comes right out of the check valve when we start the dishwasher. Is there a pop out disk in the valve?

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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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