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Motor-Pump

Part Number: AP4538422
MFG Part Number: W10231537
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 W10231537 (AP4538422) replaces W10231538, 1872785, AH2579742, EA2579742, PS2579742.

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Horrible and loud noise when motor/pump was running Scott S. • Frisco, TX • November 11, 2014

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Everything works except the washing cycle. Could it be the motor?

Joe S. for Model Number du1055xtvs1

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Unit cycles through but very little water is being pumped. No noises etc but not getting volume or pressure from the pump. Does drain OK. Is the pump and motor sold as a unit or can one buy pump alone?

Terry for Model Number Maytag DW MDB6709AWQ1

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Why still some remaining water inside at the bottom of the dishwasher after finishing ?

Abel for Model Number MDBH949/WS2

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During the last cleaning cycle of our dishwasher, the normal cleaning sounds were abruptly replaced by a loud constant buzz, like something that was moving may have locked up. When opening the door, everything looked normal inside. We shut the door, cancelled the cycle, and waited for everything to drain out (no unusual noises). I have taken everything apart and found no blockages, nothing broken, or any other obvious problems. Looking at the wiring diagram, it says that the wash pump motor has a run winding (3-7 ohms) and an aux. winding (6-10 ohms). Removing the wash pump motor connector, I saw 3 blades (2 silver in color, each w/rounded ends and one gold in color w/a square end). The resistance between the 2 silver blades is 6.2 ohms. Gold blade to either silver blade is open, so I figured bingo-I lost one of the 2 windings, bad motor. Now that I have the motor fully removed, it looks like the gold colored blade is just a ground. If so, how do I check the 2nd winding (to verify this is a bad motor) with just 2 blades? The shaft does turn easily, with no bearing noise or end play. The 23.5 uF (+/- 5%) capacitor tests in spec. at 22.6 uF. The dishwasher is 25 months old and is probably used 6-8x a week. The drain pump motor shows as 15-19 ohms on the electrical drawing, I measure it at 19-21 and it also turns easy for a 1/4 turn and then is noticeably harder to turn the next 1/4 turn and keeps alternating between easy and hard a quarter revolution at a time. A little weird, but wasn't this motor used (without the noise) to remove the water in the bottom of the tub when the cycle was cancelled?

Mike G for Model Number Whirlpool DU1345XTVQ4

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How to check the motor?

Tom for Model Number GU2475XTVYO

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How do you remove the motor from the pump assembly? I cannot seem to move it counter clockwise.

Mike B. for Model Number 8524569

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