Model #0710 HOOVER Residential Dryer

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Discharge Shoot 247.370341

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Thanks for the response, and for obtaining the model number. 

The discharge chute for this model is part number 731-07486. If you need the hardware and bracket, the bracket is 787-01779, the hinge pin is 747-0710A, and the torsion spring is 732-1014C. The screws for the bracket are part number 710-05073. 

I do not see any other options for the discharge chute other than what's notated above. If you need assistance with the torsion spring for the chute, there are some great YouTube videos that will show how to assemble it. 

I have linked some videos below:

Discharge Assembly

I hope this helps and thanks for using SearsPartsDirect.com. We appreciate your business. 

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
August 03, 2015
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I recently moved and freezer was off for several months and does't seem to be freezing right. how do I turn it up SCF0710KQ04 Kirkland Chest freezer

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Natasha12 -
Sears Technician
May 13, 2014
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Why is my dishwasher draining the water while it fills? 3631404196 Kenmore Dishwasher

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Thank you for your question. I am sorry you are having problems with your dishwasher. Even though this is an older model, it still has parts available and is repairable. The symptoms sound like it may be the solenoid, #WD21X0710 activating the motor/pump at the wrong times.  I would also check the gate valve arm part #WD35X0192 . If the gate arm is not moving smoothly, then replace the solenoid and gate.  You may need to replace the whole pump/motor assembly, part #WD26X0081. It is possible there is a problem with the timer, but if it is advancing correctly, I would start with the solenoid. Disconnect power to the dishwasher and check the continuity of the solenoid, motor and pump. Some tests should be done with live voltage.  These need to be done by a technician. You can schedule a technician at Sears Home Services. If further help is needed, please reply.  Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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Barbara H. -
Sears Technician
October 06, 2013
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If the solenoid is activating the motor/pump at the wrong TIMES, wouldn't it be the timers fault? I even tried to dump some water after open the door in the middle of the cycle. The water stayed in the tub while the door was open. But once I resumed the cycle, the water was drained right away. Is the dishwasher supposed to try to drain water first whenever the cycle is interrupted and resumed again? As I understand, the solenoid is only activated to open the valve. When the cycle is interrupted, it is not activated and the valve is shut fine. If the gate arm is not moving smoothly, can the valve be shut completely when the door is open? Why could it be the pump/motor assembly that cause the problem? Can you explain? THanks

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Hong -
October 06, 2013
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Hi Hong. Sorry about the delay. I was away for a couple of days. Some dishwashers use a solenoid to reroute the motor's force from wash to drain. If the solenoid fails to operate, the dishwasher will be stuck in ether the wash or drain mode. Most often the dishwasher will be unable to drain. The picture below shows a defective solenoid. Notice the melted black plastic on its metal plunger post. The solenoid should be examined and the gate should as well.

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Barbara H. -
Sears Technician
October 12, 2013
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See images below.

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Barbara H. -
Sears Technician
October 12, 2013
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