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Top rack keeps slipping off of tub rollers.

My top rack keeps coming off of the left rear tub rollers. I have replaced both left rear tub rollers and tub roller screws. Has anyone else seen this problem?

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  • lisste Mar 05, 2008

    yep - the top left side of the rack came off the rollers. This happened about a year ago, but some one was over that knew just what to do and fixed it. But it's happened again

  • robfam Feb 15, 2009

    dose any one have part numbers for the better rollers

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Anonymous

I was sold this model and had the same thing happen.. However when calling for service, my service rep would not come out, so I contacted Fridgidaire and provided the model and serial # of my unit and was told I was sold an unrepairable unit that had already been returned for service for the same thing and considered unrepairable and was no longer under warranty. When my supplier finally came out he put new longer rollers in my dishwasher, but when I mentioned what Fridgidaire had told me, he went back to his supplier and they got me a new one. Being installed today.. The new one is a PDA2855 model as I am told that the PLD2850 is no longer sold.

Posted on Sep 06, 2007

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