Question about Whirlpool WDF510PAYS Dishwasher with AnyWare Plus Silver Basket - Stai
There should be a couple of bolts that hold it on, I wouldnt pull on anything
Posted on Nov 28, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
would be easier to remove the dw form the cabinet , at least partially. Hopefully there is enough slack in the electrical line as well as water feed line. sometomes you can walk the d/w out woithout disconnecting them. the heating element can be unscrewed from underneath( 2 white lug screws mount them to the underneath of unit)..
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
my repairman contacted whirlpool about my washing machine staying on
wash.. to his surprise.. and mine.. and his co=workers.. this is the answer,
it worked.. and we have never heard this before.
In your original istallation booklet it tells you to let the dishwasher run til its complete
the first time you use it as it may rinse twice... my original installation man told me this also.
however.. if you suffer a "blip" in your electricity.. it could put the little dishwasher "brain"
out of whack.. it can run as long as 3 to 4 hours on wash to reset itself.. if you stop it
(like others have mentioned.. and which I did also).. it doesn't complete the reset and it
will attempt to do it the next time..
answer?.. just let it go once as unnerving as this is.. it works.. They did mention that
if it went to 5 hours.. call your repairman because you need a new mechanism.
karen in Dothan
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
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1) First of all, turn the circuit breaker off to the dishwasher . The circuit breaker is located inside your home's electrical panel.
2) After the circuit breaker is turned off , open the dishwasher door and carefully pull the lower dish rack out of the dishwasher.
3) Then look at the dishwasher's heating element. The heating element is the very thin, circle shaped tube located at the base of your dishwasher.
4) Then locate the access panel to the dishwasher which is directly below the door. Properly remove the screws that secure the access panel to the dishwasher with a proper screwdriver. There are mostly two screws at the top edge of the access panel. To remove the screws, you will need to open the dishwasher door and remove them from the access panel.
5) Then carefully pull the access panel out from the dishwasher. You can use a flashlight to locate the wires that are connecting to the heating element terminals( the two ends of the element). One wire is connected on each of the terminal ends. The heating element terminals are located at the rear of the dishwasher.
6)Slowly pull the wires out of the heating element terminals. Hold the wire at the metal leads where they connect to the terminals. If you hold the wires anywhere else, the wire may get cut in between or wire may break out.
7)Then you will have to remove the nut located on each terminal .The nut secures the heating element tight to the dishwasher . You have to remove the nut. After the nut is removed , then pull the flat washers and the rubber washer from each terminal.
8) Then carefully open the dishwasher door and properly un-clip the heating element from the holding clips in the bottom side of the dishwasher. Then hold the ends of the heating element and without applying force on any other part slowly pull them straight out of the dishwasher bottom. You will see two rubber grommets. That should come up out with the terminal ends. If the grommets does not come up with the terminals and remain stuck up in the bottom of the dishwasher, then pull them out of the holes with bit of force.
9) Now the heating element is out. You can get new replacement element from local appliance part store. You can reinsert the new element in reverse instructions of how you removed the old element.
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