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Part Number: AP3179951
MFG Part Number: 8193830
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 Handle.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 8193830 (AP3179951) replaces 8270175, 961514, AH886294, EA886294, PS886294, W10077984.

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Door kept un latching during wash cycle Rolland W. • Hilton Head, SC • March 04, 2015
Appliance: KitchenAid Undercounter Dishwasher KUDS01FLBL5

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Dishwasher seems to latch but won't turn on. Checked power and seems to be on.

Joe for Model Number Kudio2crbs1


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Howdy. The door wont stay shut. Pops open during cycle. Do I need a new strike? A new latch door? Have they been redesigned? Which are the proper parts? AP3885288 AND AP3179951? Thanks, Doug

Doug M for Model Number KUDIO1FLBL6


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I have the same problem with our Kitchenaid dishwasher popping open that seeming hundreds of others have. I have had limited success bending the strike (MFG part # 8574157) down. It seems very flimsy and ineffective (metal fatigue?). Now the door pops open ten or more times during a cycle. I intend to order a new strike, hoping that will solve the problem. I am also thinking of replacing the latch (8193830), since this is the part that engages the strike. Should I replace only the strike first to see if that solves the problem, or should I replace both? The latch is much more involved to replace. I am hoping the strike alone will solve the problem. I have checked the hinges and the door will stay open at any position, so I don't think there's a problem there.

Phil for Model Number KUDP02CRBS3


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I replaced the latch and strike on my kitchenaid superbra undercounter dishwasher. Before, I could use a mop to hold it closed and it would work. It is staying closed on its own but it does not start. Do you have any ideas on what could cause this? The lights on the panel work but the dishwasher is not engaging. In addition, I am not hearing the click associated with the water and latch engaging. Thanks Sam,

Samuel W. for Model Number kuds01flss5


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How do I install latch part # AP3179951? Thanks.

Bob S. for Model Number KUDSO1FLWH6


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This is not so much of a question as it is more an observation. I just finished fixing this dishwasher because it was no longer latching securely after replacing the two counterbalance ropes. What I found when the ropes eventually broke is the door slammed down on its own and that it literally bent the hinges some. Upon removing the hinges I could see how they were bent. I was able to straighten the hinges, chances are most people probably would have to replace them. One way I could tell they were bent before disassembly was when I closed the door the bottom of the door would strike the inner lower dish rack. My suggestion for most people would be to replace the hinges. People complaining of the door no longer remaining latched after replacing the counterbalance ropes, most likely have this scenario and should replace the hinges.At first I thought it was the latch failing I disassembled the latch itself and found very little wear after seven years of operation.. After straightening the hinges I was amazed at how much more securely the door latched. Thank you I'm just passing this information on to you. The question and answer information I found on your website was extremely helpful. When the hinges bend this causes the lower portion of the door to be cocked inward and upward causing an oversensitive latching scenario.

Jeff W. for Model Number kitchenAid kudso1FLBT3


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