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Well find your brand and model. Search replacement parts on the web. I really don't know what your wanting to do. Replace or repair?

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SOURCE: I have freestanding Series 8 dishwasher. Lately during the filling cycle water hammer is occurring. How can this be resolved

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It sounds like you've got a bad power switch or a wire at the power switch or as you described it... (circle with a I, looks like a reset button?) that's the power button, this will require removing the control panel, but I'd check the power at the dishwasher first though...

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**Use caution when checking voltages with a live circuit. Turn off the breaker when servicing the unit first**

If you have any reservations or aren't completely confident performing these tasks I suggest calling in a pro, sometimes the $100 or so is worth it.

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