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General Electric Dishwasher LOWER SPRAY ARM
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25 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS17137081
Manufacturer Part Number WD22X33499
This lower spray arm assembly in your dishwasher distributes water and detergent during the washing cycle by spinning around and spraying water in different directions. You can usually find it attached to a support or hub at the bottom of the dishwasher. If this part is broken, you might notice some signs. You might hear a knocking or banging sound coming from the dishwasher. The spray arm may not rotate properly or might seem wobbly. It is important to replace a damaged arm assembly as your dishes will not get cleaned properly, and they will still have dirt on them even after a wash cycle. It can also cause the dishwasher to have a bad smell because of leftover food residue. To remove your existing arm assembly, you will need to release its locking mechanism before lifting it out of your appliance. Please be informed that this OEM-verified part is sold individually.
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  • Leaking
  • Noisy
  • Not cleaning dishes properly
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Wendy from CHESAPEAKE, VA
Replaced Lower Spray Arm for GE Dishwasher
There was no repair -- it was a simple snap-in replacement of lower spray arm assembly. The shaft holding the lower spray arm in place is plastic so of course it broke when a utensil blocked the arm from spinning.

I appreciate the Parts Select company for enabling me to purchase a replacement part though that allows me to keep my old dishwasher working.
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General Electric Dishwasher LOWER RACK ROLLER
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20 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS16217024
Manufacturer Part Number WD12X26146
This is a lower rack roller for your dishwasher. It attaches in the lower roller assembly on the bottom of your rack to allow the rack to smoothly slide in and out. This replacement part is 1.5 inches in diameter and is charcoal in color. There are four rollers in total, please consider replacing your other rollers at the same time as they may be wearing at the same rate. Sold individually.
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Dennis from CICERO, IN
Roller carrier got melted by heat coil
Replaced bad roller carrier with a new one. Read more...
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General Electric Dishwasher Gasket
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27 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS11700870
Manufacturer Part Number WD08X21894
This part is a replacement gasket for your dishwasher. The gasket creates a seal at the bottom of the dishwasher tub, so water does not leak out while the dishwasher is running. If you notice water leaking out onto the floor, you should inspect the gasket for damages and replace as necessary. The gasket is gray in color and is approximately 22 inches long. It is made of plastic and is sold individually. This is a genuine OEM part sourced directly from the manufacturer.
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D from LE CENTER, MN
Gasket at the bottom of the door disintegrated.
Took off the kickplate, diconnected the wires and removed the whole door by lifting straight up, removing spring wires from hinges. Once door is disconnected from the machine, removed one hinge by removing bolt. Slid gasket into place, secured hinge back in place, then reconnected wires at bottom, replaced hinge spring wires and slid door back down onto hinges. Now that we know how to do it, could do it in 15 min to half hour. Read more...
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General Electric Dishwasher CONFIGURED UI BOARD
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19 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS17137058
Manufacturer Part Number WD21X31902C
This is the user interface control board for various dishwashers. The user interface panel is what you directly interact with on your dishwasher to start and stop it and select the specific cycle you want. If your user interface panel is not responding and you have tested your dishwasher to ensure no other part could be at fault, it will need to be replaced immediately for it to regain function. Replacing this panel will requires some disassembly of your dishwasher, and will require tools like a screwdriver, wrench, and a pair of pliers. This OEM user interface panel measures approximately 14-inches wide and is sold individually.
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Brian from MANSFIELD, MA
Dishwasher was randomly beeping when not in use. Then eventually the display wouldn’t light up.
I first tested for 120volts to my dishwasher to verify it was getting power from my electrical panel. Then tested pins 2 and 5 on the control board to make sure there was 14 volts going to the user interface harness. After I verified that I knew it was the user interface that was bad. I watched a video I found on YouTube and followed it. This repair was fairly easy while watching the video and making sure that you use the correct pin out that comes in the box for your model. I’m not an appliance repair person and it took me about an hour start to finish. I’m going to attach the video I https://youtu.be/TI8cUjy5YOE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GN5t4VFgLCY
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General Electric Dishwasher Upper Rack Assembly
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40 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS16618975
Manufacturer Part Number WD28X30219
This dishrack is for dishwashers. The dishrack holds the dishes in place during the dishwashing cycle. Follow the instructions in the manual when installing this part.
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Cooke, from STAMFORD, CT
Racks were rusted
Terrible! Bottom rack was wrong... original was discontinued. Fork and knife holder did not fit in original location. Parts company new this and still processed the order! Disaster! Read more...
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General Electric Dishwasher Lower Rack And Swb Replacement Kit
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17 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS16618974
Manufacturer Part Number WD28X28918
This dish rack is for dishwashers. Dish rack holds the dishes in place during the dish washing cycle
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Wilson from MENIFEE, CA
upper and lower rack ASM showed sing of rust
Repair was simple, lower rack just remove and replaced with out any tools or disassemble required, for the upper rack installation, the end cap need to be removed out of the sliding tracks, slide old rack out and discard, clean the track with a suitable cloth and slide new rack in to the tracks, reinstall the old end caps, as a good preventing measure, order new end caps just in case they are need it if the old ones crack during removal.
save old rollers from old racks for future repairs
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General Electric Dishwasher Lower Dishrack with Wheels
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PartSelect Number PS12743260
Manufacturer Part Number WD28X26099
Note: This "Service Rack" fits numerous models. Per factory, on some models, it may be necessary to move the silverware basket to the inside of the rack along the right side.
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Nick from ELK GROVE, CA
Protective Cover had melted resulting in rust
Slid out old part, slid in new part. Read more...
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General Electric Dishwasher Door Latch
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PartSelect Number PS6447681
Manufacturer Part Number WD21X10490
This is replacement door latch for your dishwasher. The door latch is attached to the tub frame, and connects to the door strike to keep your dishwasher door closed during operation. If you have a broken or faulty door latch, your dishwasher door may not stay closed, and this can prevent the dishwasher from running. This item is sold individually, and if your door strike is also damaged, you will need to replace that part separately. This is an OEM part sourced directly from the manufacturer.
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  • Door latch failure
  • Door won’t close
  • Will Not Start
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James from ALBRIGHTSVLLE, PA
Door latch not functioning
1. Turn off breaker supplying power to dishwasher in electrical panel
2. Open dishwasher door
3. Unscrew the screws that secure the dishwasher to the counter.
4. Tip dishwasher forward. Identify the non-functioning door latch. It looks exactly like the replacement. Unclip the wire harness from the door latch.
5. On the inside of the dishwasher, there are 2 screws directly under the door latch. Unscrew them and carefully set aside.
6. Remove old door latch.
7. Set new door latch in place. Holding securely, replace screws removed in step 5. Toward the end they get a little tougher to screw in.
8. Plug wire harness into new door latch.
9. Re-align dishwasher and re-secure to counter in previous position.
10. Test latch to make sure it closes properly.
11. Turn on breaker in electrical panel.
The dishwasher should now function properly.
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General Electric Dishwasher MID SPRAY ARM
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PartSelect Number PS17137080
Manufacturer Part Number WD22X33498
This OEM mid spray or center wash arm assembly distributes water and detergent in your dishwasher during the wash cycle. It has small nozzles that spray water onto your dishes and is located between the lower and upper rack. A broken assembly will result in weak water flow and ineffective dishwashing. It may also display signs of damage such as cracks, breaks, or missing nozzles. Additionally, a malfunctioning assembly can cause imbalanced water flow, potentially leading to damage to other dishwasher components such as filters or pumps. Prompt replacement is necessary to ensure proper dishwashing performance and prevent further damage. To install this to your appliance, you will need to snap its mounting bracket onto the rack before attaching the arms onto it. This replacement part is sold individually.
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James from DELAND, FL
Knocking sound during wash cycle
Replace all three spray arms and knocking sound disappeared.
Unscrewed counter clockwise old sprayer arms and lifted. Replaced with new sprayer arms and noise disappeared.
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General Electric Dishwasher Tub Gasket
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31 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS11774412
Manufacturer Part Number WD08X23476
The tub gasket, also known as the door gasket runs along the perimeter of your dishwasher basin and creates a seal that prevents water from leaking out when the tub is full. If you notice water on the floor after you run your dishwasher, it may be an indication that the gasket is loose or damaged. If your door gasket is damaged, it will need to be replaced. To replace the gasket, simply pull the old gasket out of the groove it rests in, and press the new gasket into place. This part is made of black rubber and is sold individually.
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Mohammad from WOODBRIDGE, VA
Water was leaking from the bottom of the door during wash cycle
I replaced the tub gasket around the door circumference which took less than five minutes to replace. However the problem was replacing the beach gasket that prevents the water from flowing out of the dishwasher tub. The door had to be unhinged from the dishwasher which was unscrewed from the cabinets and brought out from its location. After the door was completely removed it was laid on its front. After removing the door hinges which were secured with just one bolt I tried to slide the back panel off the front panel but without any success. So I had to remove the torn and worn out gasket while working in a tight space. This is where the problem rose because according to installation instructions there are screws supposed to be holding it to the main body frame. However, in my case rivets were used by the manufacture since this was the first time the gasket was being replaced. So I had to use a power tool With a grinding bit to remove the face of the rivets and essentially cut them out to reveal the underlying holes. After this I replace the beach gasket and then used half inch SS Philips bolts and nuts to secure the gasket to the body frame. Read more...

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