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Float & Washer Assembly

Part Number: AP3044159
MFG Part Number: 8519587
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 Valve.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 8519587 (AP3044159) replaces 904645, AH396493, EA396493, PS396493.

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Regarding the float assembly, does the nut need to be attached to the stem from under the tub? If so, is the stem accessible from the front of the dishwasher by removing the front panel OR do I have to pull out the unit from the wall? Also when the old nut broke off....must it be removed somehow and from where? Help Please.

James for Model Number DU943PWKT0

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I mistakenly pulled the float out. I have no idea where the nut and washer are and I'm not really sure what to do absent calling a repair man - I am not handy. I'm assuming I cannot just push it back in. Can you give me any advice?

Mindy for Model Number DU850SWPS3

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My dishwasher is leaking from the bottom. I've checked the seal and it seems to be good. I did not take it out. It does it with plan water. What do you suggest?

Debra M. for Model Number DU+56PWS00

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We had the leak as described from the float - made it all the way to the basement. I was able to get a float at a local parts store and replaced it and there is still a leak - although much smaller in magnitude - at the same location (the switch that controls the stops the tub filling. What is the correct way to install the new float? What is the position of each of the three pieces? The nut is put on after the float is inserted through the pipe? Correct? The rubber washer goes on the top of the tube or underneath before the nut goes on? It seems like it is going to leak some amount no matter what? Thanks for any guidence you can provide.

Peche

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So my washer will come on and fill up with water just like it should when doing laundry but will not shut off like it should? What could be the problem?

Kassidy

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We have water leaking through above the float switch where the float and washer assembly are. The switch is working, but water comes in once the tub is full and the cycle starts. There doesn't appear to be too much water, I am wondering if it's possible that the float assembly washer could be the cause? Also, you mention that the washer should be below with the nut, isn't the washer supposed to be in the cap of the float assembly?

Cmiper for Model Number DU948PWKQ1

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