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Accumulator Assembly

Part Number: AP3609773
MFG Part Number: 8193918
Made by: Whirlpool
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Genuine Whirlpool part. Whirlpool brands include Whirlpool, Maytag, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air, Amana, Magic Chef, Admiral, Norge, Roper, and others. See all items in Dishwasher Pump.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 8193918 (AP3609773) replaces 1027501, 8193515, 8193582, 8193917, 8268392, 8268393, 8268429, 8268430, 8534951, 8534952, AH897295, EA897295, PS897295, W10274856.

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Do the accumulator and filter separate so I can rinse out the filter? There is some fuzzy stuff on the inside that I am unable to reach without separating them. They seem like they'll budge, but I don't want to force it and break it.

Mariana for Model Number GU2400XTP2

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My dishwasher keeps blowing the internal fuse. I have replaced 3 times. Each time it runs good for 2 or 3 cycles then it blows the fuse. I have noticed that after it blows the fuse, usually not right after, I check and there is still water in the bottom of the tank. I know it is not the drain pump. Any suggestions

Mark for Model Number Kitchen-Aid KUDS01DLBT02

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This Jenn-Air has worked fine for 5 years, and it still does today. Cleans dishes just fine but after the machine is off, within a few hours there is a puddle of clean water at the bottom of the tub. I run the rinse cycle and it is drained and clean again. I thought is was fine but the next morning a pool of water leaking out the closed door. There is a round grey colored water device in the front right tub basin that sometimes seems to be leaking very slowly, while other times it is not leaking at all. Again, I ran the dishwater 5 or 6 times to see if some dirt or debris was opening this device but to no avail. Any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks

Richard A. for Model Number Jenn Air Dishwasher JDB1255AWS0

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I have been getting some nasty buildup on my dishes that's kind of a sticky, sandy substance. I took off the lower spray arm and looked at the accumultor filter, and there was a hole in it. Is there any way for me to buy the screen/filter without buying the whole accumulator assembly?

Seth for Model Number GU1200XTKT0

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There is broken glass visible under the filter at the bottom of the unit. I've been able to remove the lower arm and also have removed the three screws visible. I thought now I'd be able to pull out the filter and vacuum the glass, but nothing is budging. Can you advise on how to get under the filter? Also, what can happen if I run the dishwasher without removing these small pieces? THANK YOU!

Cris for Model Number Kitch´n Aid KUDS35FXSS2

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I have a Whirlpool dishwasher model DU1145XTPQ9 There is glass visible below the lower arm in the accumulator. I've removed the lower arm and the screws to the top of the accumulator. Now what? The top of the accumulator looks like it might twist off but what the water feed arm.

George for Model Number DU1145XTPQ9 Whirlpool

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