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I have a LDF9810ST that I'm trying to replace a broken drain line. The old part number is AEM39700301 and the new part number is AEM69493803. The new part is made with a plastic u-shape plastic piece with a black hose that comes off the top of the u-shape plastic. Where does the black hose go?

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Hey Glenn. Did you ever figure it out? I am about to replace my mother's hose since it cracked and I am looking at the service manual -but am I little stumped. I don't have the dishwasher in front of me with the part so I can't explore the options.

Also, where did you buy your part? Looks like Repair Clinic is one of the few places to have it in stock. $36.. ouch!!!

Tried to replace it with a universal model from Home Depot and it doesn't fit. Seems the LG uses a smaller outlet on the pump than others AND they have engineered a one way valve in the hose instead of the pump..

I have the same model and am just waiting for the fun to begin on mine too.

I will guarantee you that I will NEVER purchase another LG appliance again. Between non standard parts and crappy reliability, it's been a very poor customer experience to date.

Posted on Dec 20, 2010

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