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Sensor

Part Number: AP4410881
MFG Part Number: W10134017
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 Fuse Or Sensor.
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Part Number W10134017 (AP4410881) replaces 8574079, W10134058, 1486559, 8563432, AH2352007, EA2352007, PS2352007, W10055980, W10082647, W10134016, W10253602.

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Ran the service diagnostics several times. It doesn't clean anything in the top rack. All spray arms and tubes are all free of obstruction. Keeps showing low water. Also says overfill in stuck open position. Ohm meter shows overfill working just fine. Shows all the circuits working. Fill valve seems to work just fine. Don't know if the OWI sensor is bad. Plenty of water getting to the valve. No blockage to the fill valve. The control board is 6 months old. I just don't know what else to check. Dishwasher is only 4 years old and I'm not ready to trash it yet. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

Edward K. for Model Number KUDS30FXSS1

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I have a Whirlpool dishwasher model #DU1055XTSD2. Water will not heat for normal or high temp wash cycles but the heating element is good because it heats during the heated dry cycle. Ran the diagnostics and it failed during the thermistor check. The only part I can find that seems to be a thermistor is the turbidity sensor, which appears to be a combination soil sensor and thermistor? Your site shows it as part #25 on the pump and motor parts diagram, part #W10134017. Does this seem like it might be the right part for the symptoms I am experiencing?

Roger for Model Number DU1055XTSD2

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I have a one and half year old whirlpool gold series dishwasher. It will not drain the water at the end of the cycle. I took the drain pump off and wire it to 110 and it ran fine. I hit the cancel / drain button and it clicks and that all it will do. Do you know of other things for me to check?

Steve for Model Number w10073650

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My 3.5 month old dishwasher developed a problem. It will not drain completely between cycles or at the end of the program. The drain pump runs and discharges a small flow when it runs. I have run the complete cycle holding the drain hose going directly into the sink. Between cycles it will leave wash water at the level of the heating element and then refill to start the rinse cycle. When completely done there is water still remaining at the level of the element. Pressing the cancel/drain button will cause the tub to completely drain.

Brian for Model Number 665.13964k017

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You guys helped me fix my dryer a week ago, now my dishwasher is broken. I'm having bad luck lately with my appliances. I'm hoping you will be able to help with this appliance as well. The dishwasher stopped in the middle of a cycle. The control pad is not responding and there are no lights. I pulled out the wiring diagram from under the dishwasher and I came across a suggestion to disconnect the keypad ribbon from the control circuit board. Then reassemble the panel and close the door.The next part of the instructions puzzle me. It says to disconnect and reconnect the thermister or OWI sensor two times in less than 6 seconds. Trouble is I have no idea where that is! Would you be able to tell me please? I have ordered a new bi metal thermal fuse from your site yesterday. I have a feeling though that it may not be the problem. I took the fuse out and tested it for continuity with my digital meter and it registered 0 which in my understanding means it is good. However when I replaced my cycling thermostat on my dryer it was registering continuity as well but it was still bad. So I don't trust the test. A dryer is one thing with its mechanical parts but the electronics on the dishwasher are annoying me. Any ideas what I can do?

John for Model Number 665.13733k600

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I've had this dishwasher for about two years. Recently, the control panel started acting up. Some of the buttons no longer functioned, e.g., ProScrub option. Also, the Normal cycle would get to the Rinse cycle and then Cancel / Drain and turn off. I could occasionally get it to complete a cycle.I then replaced the control panel and all the lights and cycles appeared to be functional, but the problem remained. I did attempt to replace the control board, but the one I purchased did not have the plug for the control panel display and I returned it. However, I did install it before I realized the plug issue and the original problem remained. At this point I ran diagnostics to no avail. My question is what else could be the issues. As I see it, there are only two other part I could replace: the main control board (W10380685) and the sensor (W10134017). Any help would be much appreciated.

Jerry for Model Number KUDS30CXWH0

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