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Motor/pump Housing Assembly

Part Number: AP4365227
MFG Part Number: 6-917113
Made by: Whirlpool
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Includes motor, lower pump housing, both impellers and seals needed for complete installation

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 6-917113 (AP4365227) replaces 99002482, 1469540, AH2340914, EA2340914, PS2340914.

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My unit still working however has loud noise while washing took apart and checked sounds like noise coming from motor.. How complicated is it to replace motor/pump assembly?

James for Model Number MDB7100AWB

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I just had the PCB repaired and I can run the test in manual not auto. But when I run the wash cycle, the motor in wash mode tries to start, you hear a small hum and then it drops out. One minute later it tries again. If I place the unit in Drain mode, the motor functions and the water drains completely. I get impedance on the motor and also get voltage to the motor, values are slightly different. Do you think it is the motor?

Rino F for Model Number MDB9150AWS

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My Dishwasher used to be very quiet. Now it makes a loud whine whenever it is washing and draining. The washer works just fine but it is loud. My question is would the Motor/pump Housing Assembly - Item Number: AP4365227 fix my problem?

Mark for Model Number MDB7100AWW

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Is there an easy way to verify that the existing motor is bad? I would imagine an ohms test across the correct two terminals on the motor would verify. Can you tell me which terminals to check. Also, if replacement is needed, anything special to be aware of? I have never replaced one of these before. Step by step directions anywhere?

Larry for Model Number MDBD880AWW

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Thank you for your response. I believe I need to purchase a new dishwasher since this is getting too complex. I have a multimeter and there a momentary spurt of voltage when the motor tries to start. Since the motor does not run, I cannot tell any voltage drops since the voltge spurt is momentary. Since I replaced the motor and pump assembly there are no obstructions and the water fills properly. It is at the start of the wash cycle that the motor tries to start. I ran the function test that is described in the wiring schematic under the kick plate on the washer. It showed a Motor - Low current fault. I do not know how to check the low current at the motor. There are no leaks of detergent and all connections seem to be clean and tight. Thank you for your help, my wife is now making me do the dishes.

Joe S. for Model Number mdb7100aww

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I found the wiring diagram in a plastic bag behind the insulation, thanx. The diagram had a function test. Running the test indicated a fault in the motor - low current circuit. Cannot tell what that is and where to track the fault. Please help, again.

Joe S for Model Number mdb71001ww

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