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    • Part Number: AP4324941
    • MFG Part Number: W10155344
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Is there a part # for the seal on the diverter motor, or does the new part come with the seal.

Gary for Model Number 66513923K012

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This dishwasher is only 20 months old. No water comes into the unit. The inlet water valve was replaced, still no water. Next, the diverter was replaced, still no water. Codes flash forever, do I need a control board?

RAY0214 for Model Number KUDE60FXSSO

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I can't get water to come out either the lower or upper spray arms. The pump works, the water fills correctly. When I start the cycle in the prewash cycle the water comes out of the turbospray nozzles on the back wall. I looked at the diverter motor and the connections seem to be fine and tight. I do not get any error codes the dishwasher runs the cycle but nothing is clean and the soap is caked in the dispenser.

Pete for Model Number kenmore 66513163k701

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I am getting error codes 4-3 ("diverter motor stuck on") and 4-3 ("reserved"). My problem is dishes not getting clean. I think I had leakage months ago (warped floorboards in front), but nothing recently. Should I just replace the diverter motor (W10155344) or is there something else I should do first?

Davidr for Model Number Kenmore 665.13429K701

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Error code 6-1 on Whirlpool dishwasherGU3600XTVQ3 even after replacing faulty diverter motor. My dishwasher was ending each attempt at a wash cycle after a few seconds and flashing error code 6-1. I opened the control panel and ohmed out each test specified in the repair manual. It passed all except the diverter motor circuit which tested as open (no conductivity). I followed the procedure for removing the sump to access the diverter motor. I removed and disassembled the gear housing and found water infiltration and corrosion of electrical connectors. I ordered a new motor and replaced the old one (after verifying good conductivity over both wire pairs between the new diverter motor and control panel. I did not use the wiring harnass that came with the part, as I did not see a place for it. Even after checking and all wiring connectors in the ensire unit, I am still having the original problem. I would appreciate any suggestion of what to check or try next!

David M for Model Number GU3600XTVQ3 (Whirlpool dishwasher)

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It appears that my diverter motor is leaking. The seal comes out of the sump and looks ok. But the motor assembly has 2 blue wires, 2 orange wires. Contacts on orange look really good. Blue contacts look awful. One of two contact points is there but corroded, other is missing. I see the replacement part for w10056349 but the wiring harness only has one lead? How do I install this part? Cut and splice? Which wires and where? I will use plumbers silicone grease for the seal. Advice??

Ron for Model Number kitchenaid kude60fv

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I have been having the same problem as some others with a leaking diverter motor. The seal had much gunk around it and doesnt seem to fit very tightly around the shaft of the motor. But my bigger problem is that the wiring harness seems to have issues. There is a set of blue wires leading to the diverter motor and the leads and contacts are in good shape. But the orange set has all sorts of corrosion on it and when I unplugged and inspected the contacts, the contacts on one of the orange wires was decent, the other contact on the other orange wire was basically nonexistent....apparently corroded away. The wires are long and bundled all the way up to the control panel in the door. What do I need to do to save this dishwasher that cost me $1000 two years ago? What seal, wiring harness, motor or other parts do I need to fix this thing right? Help!!

Ron W for Model Number kude60fv

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Thanks in advance! Okay, first we started noticing the dishes had lots of water left on them and then a white film after drying. Next we noticed the Sani-rinse light was blinking after trying to run a cycle with this option. First I verified the water flow and temp. Next I checked the heating element. Then I ran a diagnostic and recieved the code 4-1. Question 1 am I on the right track? 2 do I need to change the Sump Housing if the diverter motor isn't leaking?

JR640518 for Model Number gu2800xtvb1

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My dishwasher started showing a blinking "Clean light. The pattern was 6-1. The tech papers with the dishwasher indicate this is a "No Communication" fault. One of the recommended checks is to measure the resistance of the diverter from "the load side of the fuse to the P12-6 on control. The reading should be 1300-1600 Ohms. When I look at the wiring diagram, this seems to indicate I am supposed to measure the resistance across the diverter motor. I was able to locate where there are two light blue wires plugged into the diverter. upon removing this connector and checking the resistance, I get infinite resistance. This seems to indicate to me the diverter motor is shot. Do you concur? According to your sight, the recommended diverter motor is W10155344. Do you think replacing this part will solve my problem?

Rob for Model Number KUDEFVBL02

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After selecting a wash cycle and then start there is about a minute delay followed by the clean light blinking 6 times with a 2 sec pause followed by a single blink nothing runs . There is water in the bottom from not draining . Float moves fine. What do you think?

John for Model Number dishwasher 665.13889800

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