Model #66516512201 KENMORE Dishwasher

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Q:

Why does 6 inches of the heating element in my dishwasher turn bright red?

A:

The element is about go out and I'd recommend replacing it before it shorts out. The part number for the element is W10134009 and is available from the following site: Sears PartsDirect .

If you're comfortable and confident in your do-it-yourself skills the element is a part that can be changed without to much difficulty. The dishwasher needs to be uninstalled to access the element.

I hope this information helps with this particualr problem and if you have any more questions then submit another question with any additional details for further assistance.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
July 31, 2009
Q:

How do I disconnect the water line to my Kenmore dishwasher?

A:

The plastic supply line brass fitting unscrews counter clockwise. Hold the coupling on the water valve or the fitting that the plastic line connects to with a wrench & unscrew the plastic lines brass nut with another wrench. Please see the image provided for more details. Be sure the water is turned off.

Many units of the 'Giant Tub' or Tall Tub designs are so low underneath that you may not be able to reach the nut with an adjustable wrench. If that is the case you may reach your objective by substituting a 'basin wrench' for the adjustable wrench. And remember, always use wrenches in pairs--one for loosening or tightening, and the other to prevent any other parts from moving (or breaking) because of the force you exert with your primary wrench.

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Mike We.- Personal Solutions Manager -
Sears Technician
March 20, 2009

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