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    • Part Number: AP3039162
    • MFG Part Number: 8268395
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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How do you replace the sump pump seal on my dishwasher? Can you access it from the top or does it have to be pulled out and access from the bottom?

Carol K for Model Number KUDS01FLSS3

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I would like. A manual or instructions on how to replace a gasket on my dishwasher model 665 15899100. Gasket model 8268395. It's the round gasket at the bottom of the dishwasher on the inside. Thanks

Cab H for Model Number 665 15899100

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Water leaks from area under the pump.

Richard W. for Model Number gu1200xtlt3

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My Whirlpool Gold is 12 years old. I am getting back debris on the bottom and interior of my silverware basket. Upon inspection is it also on the bottom interior of the door and some on the interior of the door panel around the vent. This is after a complete wash cycle. My seal sump appears to be disaggregating and causing the black stuff. Is this part replacable? How difficult is the replacment? Thanks Leo

Leo for Model Number GU1500XTKB0

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I'm noticing a build up of black debris just below the door after a wash cycle that must be cleaned out with a rag or paper towel. Upon further inspection, the pump sump gasket seems to be deteriorating. Could this be what is causing the black debris build-up? The washer is just over 10 years and stills runs great. Is the gasket worth replacing? Thanks for your help.

Walt for Model Number KUDi01TJBLO

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With all your help and comments, I finally managed to remove the “Sum and Motor Assembly”, Item 14, Part #8268413. Installing back the unit it has been a hassle. It seems that the “Seal Pump” is a very tight fit. In other suggestion, you advised that a hair dryer can or could be used for heating the seal and then it will fit into the place. Can you confirm or give me additional ways to install the unit. Once again, I thank you and waiting for your respect so I can proceed with the final installation

Stan R. for Model Number 665.17379301

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I recently replaced the circulation motor that I purchased from you on my dishwasher . Everything is working and sounding like new again! When changing the motor I did not remove the sump pump housing nor disturb the sump pump gasket. Now I'm getting leaking from around the gasket when viewed from below. What would cause this gasket to leak now? Have I broken the seal when changing the motor or moving the dishwasher around? How can I stop it from leaking with out removing it? Can this gasket be removed and a "gasket sealer" used on it to stop the leaking? Any recommendations for a sealer to use? Is there a sealer supplied with a new gasket? If I have to replace the gasket, is it necessary to replace the 3 clips - part # AP4701275, or are they reusable? Are there any instructions available for removing the sump housing and changing the gasket the Whirlpool service manual isn't very clear on this procedure? It looks like the sump housing sits into the gasket and is held in place by the 3 clips. Thank you.

Charlie for Model Number 66516482300

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I recently had the inlet valve replaced. We have hard water and it was very fouled with scale etc. The old valve did not allow normal water flow into the sump. The next time we started the unit after the new valve, we found water on the floor to one side of the washer. Close inspection did not reveal any breaches in the door gasket. Could the sump gasket dried out when the water did not fill the sump entirely?

Ken for Model Number 66516389300

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