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    • Part Number: AP4390017
    • MFG Part Number: 99002363
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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The float switch has gone bad from what looks like water leakage. There was some calcium deposits on it and on the metal plate above it. There was no water present at the time of dis-assembly. The tub does not look like it is cracked. Will a new switch correct the problem?

Nick for Model Number mdb4100awb

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I am getting water dripping off the stem of my water level float. Water dont always drip, one out of three time used. What to do?

Mike for Model Number mdb6100aww

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Machine is overfilling with water and running out the door. Could this be the water level switch?

Bortledd for Model Number mdb4100awb

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Water is standing in the bottom of the dishwasher at the end of the cycle. I checked the drain hose where it attaches to the disposal. I removed a little debris, and drained the dishwasher using a shop vac attached to the end of the drain hose. The water was clean (no additional debris), but after running the dishwasher again, the water still does not drain. Is there a pump, separate from the main motor that could be the problem? Thank you!

Marlon for Model Number Jenn-Air JDB-5

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Does not fill with water! runs OK if I put water in. Could it be the float?

Frank for Model Number older kitchen aid

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If I shorten the stem on the Float would that lower the water level in the tub. The micro switch is cutting the water coming in to the tub ok. The water level at this time is just over the Heating element

Frank for Model Number MDB4800AWB

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Float Part # AP439OO17. Is there an O Ring or any type of seal on the stem of the Float?

Frank for Model Number MDB4800AWB Magtag Dishwasher

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water starts coming out of float hole about half way throughwash cycle. how can i check water level? can i turn off washer and open door without water running out?

Barry Courtney for Model Number MDB5100AWW

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My unit has been serving well since 10/16/2000 - however now - water collects in the bottom of the machine - but seems not to be circulating via the rotating arm below the dish racks - I opened up that area - removed some odd plastic scraps of seeming yogurt container? and odd food scraps - the soap does not clear out of dispenser - dishes remain dirty - what's to be done?

Dave for Model Number MDB7100AWQ

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Hello - heres my situation - dishwasher was running we noticed an odd smell opened dishwasher and found that the float part# ap4390017 had popped off and landed on the heating element and melted it... We want to order a new one but, cannot find the clip that holds it in ....Im afraid if i just pop in the new one it will come off like the orig, one did ...I cannot find a part# for the clip mentioned in the other q/a ...Please help something must hold that plastic mushroom in place ...THANK-YOU

Philip M. for Model Number maytag undercounter dishwasher model#mdb4100awq ser#15743241ys

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