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Broken spring cable I have replacement How do i install ?

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  • jktireman Jun 03, 2009

    Model GSD-700-G-01

    Ser # TT766133 B

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Hi

To replace the Cable atttached to your GE Dishwasher door follow these instructions--

1 - unscrew that holded the machine in place, these screws were on the top of machine.
2 - pull out machine about 5 inches.
3 - unscrew the cover at the bottom cover. there were 4 screws, 2 on the left and 2 on the right.
4 - connect 2 cables in series with 2 springs.
5 - hook one end of 1st cable to the left pin and the other end of 2nd cable to the right pin.
6 - slide both cables lay on both wheels.
7 - Tight all 4 screws back to their place and push machine in place.
8 - tight the last 2 screw which hold machine in place.


Also see the schematic this schematic so that you can replace it esasily--


Ge door spring

ge spring cable

GE GSD-700-G-01

Ge spring cable installation

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Rylee

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Whats the model of your dishwasher?

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One end goes on the pin located on the side of the bottom platform then, through the pulley, then to the end of the spring.But this is different on different models, so please post back make and model for complete detailed instructions.

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