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Dish washer Hi there, Last time I started my dishwasher, clear water spilled out in a large amount. We pulled the washer out to realize some plastic parts underneath had totally smashed down. Is it possible to replace those parts, or do I need to buy a new washer?

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  • sanaz62 Aug 15, 2008

    It's a GE, model number is 165D5450P002. Where do I get the parts, or who do I need to call to get them and fix it?



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    Sanaz

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Yes youcan replace them just give dishwasher name ?

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