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I have a maytag dishwasher model MDB9150AWQ the diagnostics call the turbidity sensor. But I cant find one to buy thay all say NLA can yoy help Ralphj

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  • rbuckman1 Jul 14, 2009

    thanks I ordered that sensor hope it works or Ill buy a new dishwasher and it wont be a maytag
    thanks again
    Ralph

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Since they don't make the one you need anymore, you may not be totally out of luck, usually they make one that will still work but call them directly to confirm this. I think the one located at the following website may work on yours but there was no image and no specs to confirm this. You have to love when a company stops making a part that you need.

http://www.appliancepartscompany.com/xcart/product.php?productid=54600&cat=516&page=1


Call M-F from 8am-8pm Local Market Time
Sat 8:30am-5pm Local Market Time
Should be Eastern time zone



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The "E2" error code means that thermistor/turbidity sensor has failed. This can be corrected by replacing the turbidity sensor or main control board. I would suggest contacting a professional to come and properly diagnose your appliance to avoid any unnecessary part purchases. -Matt

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Hi Art.

Here the removal procedure from service manual:

The turbidity sensor-thermistor is located in the front portion of the water collection section of the
sump. This sensor is used by the control to determine the turbidity of the water, then adjust the cycle length as needed, and also to determine water temperature in the dishwasher. An o-ring
seals the sensor from leaking water into the base tray. The thermistor is wired to the electronic control and can be checked at the control for resistance. The thermistor is checked by reading its resistance at room temperature; this will be 10K ohms, if it is checked after a fill, the reading will very depending on water temperature.

To remove the turbidity sensor/ thermistor:
1. Pull unit from its installation position. Lay unit on its back.
2. Remove the base tray.
3. Push back the retaining clip and pull electrical connection from turbidity sensor/ thermistor.(See Figure 5-36)
4. Using a 20 Torx bit, extract the two screws securing the turbidity sensor/ thermistor to th bottom of the sump. Pull sensor from unit.



To remove the base tray:

1 . Tilt unit back to access the screws along the edge of the unit base. If blocking materials are not available, the unit may be set on its back.
2. Using a phillips head screwdriver, extract the two screws securing the base tray to the unit frame.
3. Tilt the front of the base tray away from the unit then push backwards to release the tabs from the locating slots in the rear of the unit.
4.Remove base tray for unit.

Here the picture of the Thermistor/Turbidity Module:
11_21_2011_9_45_56_pm.gif

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I have to replace the Thermistor / Turbidity Module on my Electrolux EIDW6305 dishwasher. (Error Code 2). I have ordered the part. Would appreciate any guidance you have on the procedure and a diagram of...


Hi Art.

Here the removal procedure from service manual:

The turbidity sensor-thermistor is located in the front portion of the water collection section of the
sump. This sensor is used by the control to determine the turbidity of the water, then adjust the cycle length as needed, and also to determine water temperature in the dishwasher. An o-ring
seals the sensor from leaking water into the base tray. The thermistor is wired to the electronic control and can be checked at the control for resistance. The thermistor is checked by reading its resistance at room temperature; this will be 10K ohms, if it is checked after a fill, the reading will very depending on water temperature.

To remove the turbidity sensor/ thermistor:
1. Pull unit from its installation position. Lay unit on its back.
2. Remove the base tray.
3. Push back the retaining clip and pull electrical connection from turbidity sensor/ thermistor.(See Figure 5-36)
4. Using a 20 Torx bit, extract the two screws securing the turbidity sensor/ thermistor to th bottom of the sump. Pull sensor from unit.



To remove the base tray:

1 . Tilt unit back to access the screws along the edge of the unit base. If blocking materials are not available, the unit may be set on its back.
2. Using a phillips head screwdriver, extract the two screws securing the base tray to the unit frame.
3. Tilt the front of the base tray away from the unit then push backwards to release the tabs from the locating slots in the rear of the unit.
4.Remove base tray for unit.

Here the picture of the Thermistor/Turbidity Module:
11_21_2011_9_45_56_pm.gif

Regards.

Ginko

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The part number of the sensor is: 99003613 but has been replaced by PN W10120019

Here is yet another PN for the same sensor:
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As long as this sensor is telling the control panel the water is dirty it will always rinse.

For an installed position of the sensor see item 11 this link:
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