Question about Dishwashers
How do I remove pump combo? Motor was getting louder and laboring eventually, shutting down and everything went dead. Fuse on fusebox not blown. Internal fuse replacement needed?
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This motor comes as a module. The whole plastic assembly its in is part of the module. It comes out with 3 slide out releases around edge of module underneath.
Posted on Oct 07, 2007
holding the center nut for lack of better word and unscrewing the wash arm, the next piece will require turning clockwise while pulling up on the plastic lock tab holding to up spout for water supply, gives you access ot 5 torx screws, after that theres 2 more torx screws giving you access to the chopper/ impeller area, thats as far as youll be able to go.
Posted on Mar 18, 2008
Remove the bottom panel under the machine and you will see the pump and motor and work it out,IWOULD HOWEVER LIKE TO STRESS THAT IF YOU DO NOT KNOW HOW TO DO THIS RATHER PAY A QUALIFIED TECHNITION TO DO IT AS IF YOU DO IT AND SOMETHING GOES WRONG IT COULD COST YOU MORE AND THE MANUFACTURER WARENTY NORMALLY IS VOID IF A UNQUALIFIED PERSON FITS ANY ELECTRICAL PART,so please to save yourself a possible fortune rather pay a speciallist then pay twice for what could be once.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
SOURCE: Whirlpool GU2500XTPb1
The sump and motor assembly can be replaced without taking the unit out of the cabinet and with some guidance, a handy person can do it themselves.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
Generally the food grinder is just a small piece of wire looking material that sits behind a screen and grinds the smallest particles that get through..and try to grind down any larger pieces that happen to get through and those that don't generally clog the screen up. To remove and clean this assembly you will have to remove both dish racks (for work room) and then the sprayer arm which may unscrew from the top of the motor cover assembly....and then there are a series of screws, (may be hex head screws) that encircle the assembly...remove those and you will have a clear view of the entire assembly...a shop vac will come in handy as there will probably be water standing in the bottom...you should be able to see the screen and the little wire arm extension that acts as the grinder(if that's what they are using in your model) you should see a nut or screw that holds the screen in place...but you may not have to remove it if you can get to easily and vacuum out the food particles or clean it with an old toothbrush or something of the sort...I used to just clean them by rubbing the end of my flat head screwdriver over the face of the screen and thereby breaking up any lodged particles.
I hope this helps...please let me know by rating me...thank you ...The Fang
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
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