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Part Number: AP4321532
MFG Part Number: W10164259
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 Duct.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number W10164259 (AP4321532) replaces 1455033, 8572583, AH2180216, EA2180216, PS2180216.

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Hello, Water leaking from left bottom side of door. I can feel that the insulation is getting soaked behind the door. Replaced door seal and still leaks. Removed door panel and ran rinse to observe. Dried soap and active leak seen around vent module, but it looks to me like the leak should drip inside the tub anyway. Should the vent module still be replaced- I don't think you can get a separate gasket? Observed alot of water coming through the air vent on the bottom, but it looks like this again drains into the tub. Should water come through this and is this normal? My wife sometimes throws extra soap inside the tub after filling the soap dispenser, so possible getting too sudsy and overflowing the tub? You help is appreciated. Thank you

Richard K. for Model Number KUDL03ITSS3 Dishwasher

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This dishwasher seems to be having overheating problems. I have replaced the control board twice, and the control panel once. The motor on the soap dispenser was melted and I replaced that assembly. After all of that repair work, only two weeks of a few cleaning cycles, it seems I have blown the thermal fuse at the point where it was either heating the water for the steam cleaning cycle or drying. The interior was warm and there was water still in the bottom, but it appears the dishes were clean when it stopped. The thermal fuse is on order but all recommendations say I should find the source of the over heating including if the vent is opening properly before I install the new thermal fuse.. How do I check the vent- how does it work on this model. I'll look around for shorts but can you recommend any other checks I should perform? Thanks

Dave for Model Number MDB7749awm

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