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Re: GE pdw 9900 Dishwasher
There is an outer panel (toe kick) part number WD27X10207 for a white PDW9900N20 and a toe kick assembly inner part, part number WD27X10217. (this may be the " brace " you are referring to.) It is really more of a sound insulation part than a brace, and is held on by the screws through the front toe kick, one on each side. The dishwasher will work just fine without the inner part if you are missing it or it was discarded.
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You need a door link balance kit for your dishwasher door. It is part number 8194001. Google it and you will see what it is. You can get it at Sears brand central or ebay or any online appliance parts supply store. You will have to slide your dishwasher out a little to replace them. Look along the bottom edges of the right and left side of the dishwasher and you will find that one of the balance link "strings" has snapped. Yes......they use nylon string and not wire cable. Remove the bottom front black toekick panel as well. Very simple job once you gain access to the lower sides of the dishwasher. Suggest replacing both at the same time as if one broke, the other isn't far behind. Hope this helps.
Remove the bottom toekick panel from the front of the dishwasher. Look just inside and you will see spring mounting holes on the bottom support frame. The spring goes from a hole to the hole in the lower door hinge. If I had a model number I could be more specific.
if you're not using the d.w. for a couple of days and water is still coming into the d.w. you have a bad water valve on the bottom left hand side of the d.w..the valve isn't closing all the way allowing water to enter the d.w. even when it's not in use.you can try shutting off the water valve under the sink and see if this stops the water from going into the dishwasher,if it does then you definetly know it's a bad water valve on the d.w.let me know what you find
Hello. Disconnect the dishwasher drain hose from the disposal and look into the disposal tube where you will see a plastic plug that you will need to knock out with a screwdriver and a hammer. Regards, J.
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When you say that the circuit breaker is not the problem, are you sure you are getting power to the receptacle that supplies power to teh dishwasher ? Just because the breaker in your house does not appear to be tripped does not mean that you have power getting to the dishwasher itself. You need to check to see that you are actually getting AC power delivered to the dishwasher as your first course of action. There are normally two methods of supplying power to these.. the more recent method is to plug the dishawher into a receptacle that is dedicated for that and is normally located in the sink base cabinet..so if you have an outlet there, you can try plugging in a lamp or radio toit to verify you have power there.. Older techniques for supplying AC power to dishwashers usually require the removal of the toekick panel on the front of the dishasher to gain access to a junction box where the wires are joined. Do not attempt to check these wires unless you or someone you know is familiar with safe handling electrical systems like this ..but in general... you would need to verify that the black wire has 120VAC on it ... If you aren't trained in these areas, get someone who is... Hope that helps you...
We have a PDW7800J01WW that I removed all the arms on recently. There is a single hex-head screw that acts as the pivot at the center of the top most arm. Just remove this screw to remove the spray arm. Be very gentle reinstalling it though as it is easy to over torque it and strip the plastic hub it screws into.
It could be the fill valve or that the power is not getting to the fill valve. Pull the bottom panel and find where the water line hooks up to the valve. There should be an electrical connector on the valve. First, listen when the dishwasher is at the cycle where it should be calling for water, to see if youhear a click of the valve opening or water running in. If not, and you have a volt meter, pull the electircal connector and check for AC voltage across it when the dishwasher is off - it should be 0, and when the dishwasher normally would fill - it should be something above 0 - it might even be 110v. If the voltage is ok, but the valve is not working, you need to replace the vavle. If the voltage stays 0, then something is wrong in the timer/control circuitry.
If it is older, the pump may not be draining the machine completely. The impellers, which is what acually moves the water could be clogged with yuck and could be cleaned if you can take the machine apart. If you call the repairman, he will likely replace the pump and motor.