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AP2617344 Dishwasher Piston & Nut Check Valve REPAIR PART FOR GE, AMANA, HOTPOINT, KENMORE AND MORE

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  • WORKS IN GE, AMANA, HOTPOINT, KENMORE AND MOR
  • DISHWASHER
  • PISTON AND NUT CHECK VALVE
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Brand NameGE
Part Number WD24X10018
  
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ASINB0050KMEGS
Best Sellers Rank #4,171 in Appliances (See top 100)
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Date First AvailableMay 13, 2011
  
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DISHWASHER PISTON AND NUT CHECK VALVE, AP2617344 WORKS IN GE, AMANA, HOTPOINT, KENMORE AND MORE

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By renzo on September 11, 2011
This is an easy fix for a leaking GE/Amana/etc dishwasher. What happens is this: The Check valve doesnt seat properly after a few years(or food & debris get jammed in it)Part of the water that's supposed to get pumped out at the end of each cycle actually gets returned to the tub, causing the water level to be too high.. This can cause water to leak out of the bottom of the door. Its easy to get to: remove the long screen at the back/bottom of the tub(1/4 inch nutdriver works for this) Under the screen is the check valve-you can usually just twist it out by hand, or use some pliers. Inspect for distorted rubber on the part that springs up & down. If it looks questionable-replace it-its usually $10-15 for a new one. Congratulations-you just saved a $100 repair bill from the Service Man.
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In spite of my problem being exactly as @renzo described, this part didn't fix my problem. However, this was the correct part for my dishwasher, and renzo's description of how to replace it was spot on -- only took five minutes with a nut driver (which takes substantially less time than using a hex or adjustable crescent wrench).
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