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Broken rollers inside top rack slides

The rollers inside the slides for the top rack on my Dacor EDW24 dishwasher have broken and fallen out. I need to replace some/all of them, but I can't find them - no part number.
I found the slides, but apparently the little rollers aren't pre-installed on the slides.
Please help! I don't want to have to buy a brand new dishwasher because of a few plastic pieces!

Thanks in advance.

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  • clairelichte Mar 16, 2009

    Lost one of the rollers and they want *Gasp* $72 for 4 little rollers.  Want an alternative

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We got rollers recently from Johnstone Supply, 501 Third Avenue, South, Nashville, TN telephone 615-259-3440 or 254-0702. I don't know the cost, but I'm pretty sure it was not $72. I suggest that you have the model #.
I am planning to buy some for another dishwasher at the moment.

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