Thanks for getting back with me. The model is GSD2200 (I think), and I had a hard time finding the serial number, but I think it's 165D6201P001. That's the number on the fan motor. Hopefully, that's it. Let me know what you find out about ease of repair and cost. Thanks again.
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Hi, In reading about your dw problem, you are in need of a complete door switch assembly. You will need the full model number, and then find your nearest ge supply house to purchase the part. Hope this helps.
here is a great site for getting parts cheap..(ggod quality...cheap prices)...and quickly....HOWEVER.....i did a parts check and I think you have a serial..# and not a model...#...I have learned over 35 years that GE...USED to use a WD..at the beginning of their model #'s...or DW...but they may not now....However the model # can be found on the inside of the tub wall on a metal plate...(or some kind of plate)...but the # you gave does not even pull up..a DW at all..the beginning part of the # pulls up a group of Electric ranges...but that's it...please check your model # again...I can help further if you get that...but with the site I provided you you should be able to find the part you need...If you want me to locate the exact part.....I will....provide model #...thank you and I hope this helps and thanks for rating my effort......Good Luck...The Fang.
Although most GE roller assemblies are universal...you will need the model....#...(which you will find on the inside of the washer on the wall of the drum).....but here is a part number and the link to get exactly what you need
We just bought a used version of the GE Nautilus and we were able to get a generic "fits most portable dishwashers" adapter and it worked great. We went to Fred Meyer (which I believe is a Kroger company in the NW) and it was the only one they had. It only cost $3.99. The brand is Plumb Craft by Waxman and the model number is 76-127. Dishwasher Faucet Aerator. Hope this helps!
Sorry about the delay, I have been gone this week. Yes, it sounds like it will need to be replaced. I will need the model and serial numbers for your appliance to tell you how much the part would cost. Let me know and I'll try and get back to you as soon as possible.