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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
on December 9, 2014
I found this extremely difficult to put together but only because I had no idea what the black O ring was for or where it went. It's not mentioned in the instructions that were included and I know nothing about dishwasher parts-I'll admit, I'm slightly less than smart when it comes to this stuff. I googled and found nothing helpful. Once I figured it out though, it was so easy and fixed my dishwasher!

So, here's my instructions on how to put it together that some may find helpful.

Step 1: Push down the collar and expose the retaining ring (the metal C looking ring)

Step 2: Remove the retaining ring. Then remove the collar.

Step 3: Remove the spring.

Step 4: Remove the 4 slides. (plastic, white teeth)

Step 5: Remove the O-ring/rubber gasket which is located inside the nozzle, under where the slides were. (I had to feel around for it and use good lighting to find it.)

Step 6: Insert new O-ring/rubber gasket by sliding down into the hole of the nozzle. It won't work if you pinch it and try to place it in, it needs to be slid down.

Step 7: Carefully insert new slides. (I can't tell you how many times these fell out and I lost them. So be careful!)

Step 8: Put new spring on.

Step 9: Slide new collar on.

Step 10: Put new retainer ring on.

You're done! And now your dishwasher works! Huzzah :D
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on December 11, 2012
It looked close so I went ahead and tried it. It worked! It solved the problem of the water leaking out at the faucet, without having to drop $68 on a new unicoupler. This kit is compatible with GE's WD24X10043 unicoupler. (I'd guess also the WD24X10042 as well).
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on May 23, 2014
NOTE: instructions don't illustrate or mention the most important part: the unique, circular, rubber U-section seal that lines a special groove in the interior of the coupler body and effects the actual sealing function. The open side of the "U" worked for me facing away from the faucet connection adapter.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on September 15, 2014
This was just what I needed to fix my Kenmore portable dishwasher! The little white pieces that hold the coupler to the faucet had worn away and wouldn't keep the hose attached to my faucet anymore, but Sears' parts store (Sears PartsDirect) would only sell the entire hose attachment in one piece (for almost $100 after shipping). Rather than spending all of that money and doing all of the extra work required to replace the hoses, this kit got my dishwasher working again for $16 and 10 minutes of my time. I would definitely recommend this kit to anyone with a dishwasher that won't stay attached to the kitchen faucet.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on July 2, 2013
When I talked to GE, they said I'd need to replace the entire unicoupler, including the hoses. That seemed silly, so I went hunting around online. I found this, and it worked great for my GE Portable Dishwasher (Model number GSE3500N10BB). The entire process took 2-3 minutes, including taking it out the box it was mailed in. I was nervous it wouldn't work since it's a Whirlpool product and mine's a GE, but it fit perfectly. Big thanks!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on January 12, 2014
SUGGESTION: also replace the metal adapter that screws onto the end of the faucet that you can buy at any hardware store for under $5. Surprisingly, the metal ring that those white clips inside the dishwasher collar grab also gets worn down. In waiting for this item to be shipped, I replaced the faucet adapter and that by itself solved the problem. Turns out I didn't even need this part. But $18 for one part in 20 years aint bad. And better than $100 for a whole new hose assembly.

Fits an almost 20 yr old Kenmore dishwasher even though the model number is not listed in the description, and even though Sears service said I had to buy a entire new collar AND hose assembly. Since usually only apartment dwellers buy 24" wide portable dishwashers these days, sales are low. So regardless of the brand, almost are now made by Whirlpool so it's a pretty sure bet this will fit any free standing portable made in last 15 years.

As everyone else says: 5 minute install. Just lay the old parts on a table in the order you remove them and install the new ones in reverse order.

Item shipped does NOT resemble photo exactly. The outside collar ring (depicted as the top item in the fuzzy drawing type photo in the description) on the part I received was "chunkier" ,even though the inside diameter was the same. And seemed to be made of cheaper plastic, or maybe just looked that way because it was shiny. My old one resembles the one in the photo. Item shipped was just a more modern version. Didn't matter as I just used the old one instead of the new one -- can mix & match parts -- old collar ring was just easier to use out of habit.

In the end, unless you've cracked the top collar ring, the only parts you really need are the bottom rubber washer and the 4 white "clips". And of course a new faucet adapter.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on July 25, 2013
Bought the kit to fix a Maytag portable washer, which uses the same coupling btw. Worked great! The only reason I didn't give it a 5 stars is that it's not white (my coupler is white) and the round section that plunges down is not the same shape as my original, which was elongated, giving an easier grip to push the plunger down. But otherwise awesome product, highly recommend trying to fix your existing coupler before plunking some serious money to get a new coupler and hoses.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on January 24, 2013
Everything was exactly as pictured, And works beautifully. Thanks ! Now I don't have to worry about water spraying all over the Kitchen. (NFG)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on July 2, 2013
great product easy to replace your self and fits most brands of portable dishwasher very fast shipping take less than 5 minutes to replace
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on October 1, 2014
This worked great on my GE GSC3500N10WW Dishwasher. The uncouple has been leaking for a long time, due to a small hole in the gasket, and I could never find just a gasket replacement for it (someone should sell those!), so I just lived with it. Eventually the uncouple would just blast off the tap constantly, which was somewhat dangerous, messy and wasteful. This solved all my problems for far less than buying the whole replacement uncouple and hoses (cannot believe they expect people to pay $70+ for such small repairs such as a gasket).

I only needed the gasket and the little plastic "teeth", both of which fit perfectly despite being listed as a whirlpool product, I think most uncouples use the same design. Thought I would share my model and compatibility as it is a very common dishwasher.
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