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    • Part Number: AP4410881
    • MFG Part Number: W10134017
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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My dishwasher is leaking water at the sensor no.23 in the schematic does it screw out or need to be replaced.

Fred for Model Number GU2275XTVY1

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My dishwasher is not working at all. It appears there is no power going to it however it is plugged in and breaker is on.

Rhonnda for Model Number WDF530PAY5M

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My dishwasher is shutting down completely at certain points in the cycle. A normal wash will shut down approximately 3 times, where as a light wash will shut down only once. The dishes come out clean and all audible visible functions are operating, wash pump, drain pump and heating element. The shut down completely disables the control panel for approximately 10 minutes. I have replaced the control panel (same issue happening). I ran a diagnostic cycle and it came up as the OWI sensor. I removed the sensor, cleaned it and placed it back in the unit. I ran a another diagnostic cycle and did not get the same OWI sensor indication, but still had the same shut-down issue when I ran the unit. I have ordered an OWI (turbidity sensor) and plan to replace it. Thoughts? Maybe the control board?

Timothy for Model Number Maytag MDB7609AWS2

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The washer is working properly except when the sanitize option is chosen. This light flashes continually when the wash is completely done, indicating the water temp was not hot enough to sanitize. I replaced the heating element (the original one tested good when I used a ohm meter) Also, the dishes don't seem to be drying completely when the heated dry cycle is chosen. Thermostat? All the functions of the control board have been found to work properly.

Brad for Model Number MDB4709PAB1

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Replaced heating element. The replacement melted a part of the plastic tub. The element Was not oem. What could be the cause?

Leo for Model Number Whirlpool quiet partner II

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I have a leak from the bottom front of my dishwasher Kitchenaid Model KUDP021RWH2 where two wires are attached to this cylindrical shaped part about the size of a thimble.  Could this be thermistor AP4410881 and can this part be replaced without disassembly of the pump housing? This thimble shaped part with two wires is not part of the inlet valve assembly, nor the pump itself but from below appears to be located in or attached to the cavity of the return water back to the pump for circulation.

Ron for Model Number KUDP021RWH2

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My dishwasher does everything but wash cycle. Fills drains heats dumps the soap. You Can hear a click when it should wash then a slight buzzing or humming noise. Machine is less than 5 yrs old.

Leas for Model Number Du1345xtvb1

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Dishwasher will run through a cycle until the time gets to 39 minutes remaining. I keeps on running over and over but does not count down any further. I replaced the control board, and still have the same problem. Any suggestions?? Thanks.

Bill for Model Number gu2700xtsq1

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Pressing start immediately clears the wash mode light and the washer goes to standby. Hitting it again and it drains. Washer does drain fine, just wont wash.

Mark L for Model Number 665.13743k603

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Ran the service diagnostics several times. It doesn't clean anything in the top rack. All spray arms and tubes are all free of obstruction. Keeps showing low water. Also says overfill in stuck open position. Ohm meter shows overfill working just fine. Shows all the circuits working. Fill valve seems to work just fine. Don't know if the OWI sensor is bad. Plenty of water getting to the valve. No blockage to the fill valve. The control board is 6 months old. I just don't know what else to check. Dishwasher is only 4 years old and I'm not ready to trash it yet. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

Edward K. for Model Number KUDS30FXSS1

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