Model #66517592201 KENMORE Dishwasher

  • Door And Panel Parts
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  • Control Panel Parts
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  • Door And Latch Parts
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  • Lower Washarm Parts
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  • Heater Parts
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  • Fill And Overfill Parts
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  • Tub And Frame Parts
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  • Pump And Motor Parts
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  • Upper Rack And Track Parts
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  • Upper Wash And Rinse Parts
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  • Lower Rack Parts
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  • Miscellaneous Parts Optional Parts (not Included)
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Q:

How do I replace the heating element on my dishwasher?

A:

In order to access the heating element retainer nuts the dishwasher will need to be pulled out and laid on its back. NOTE: Place a piece of cardboard under the front legs before pulling the dishwasher out to protect the floor.

  1. Disconnect the power supply from the power source.
  2. Turn the water supply off to the dishwasher.
  3. Remove the junction box cover and disconnect the power supply from the dishwasher connections.
  4. Disconnect the water supply from the dishwasher valve.
  5. Disconnect the drain hose from the pump.
  6. Remove the screws securing the dishwasher to the cabinet or counter top.
  7. Carefully slide the dishwasher out. (Make sure the water, drain line and electrical does not catch on dishwasher has you slide it out).
  8. Lay the dishwasher on its back.
  9. Disconnect the two wires from the heating element terminals.
  10. Remove the plastic nuts from the heater.
  11. Place the dishwasher upright and pull the heating element up and out from inside the tub.
  12. Reverse the procedure to reinstall the heater and dishwasher.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
March 31, 2009
A:

someone had viedo i was watching that showed how to change heater. how do i get it back?

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Jim -
April 26, 2011
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The viedo i was watching was yesterday the 25. I'd like to watch it again. thank you

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Jim -
April 26, 2011
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dishwasher leaks. NOT from black gaskets, not from connections underneath. Appears to be from bottom of door. It this possible? Is there a part to replace?

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I understand how inconvenient it can be to have your dishwasher leaking water since this can couse water damage. While you are waiting for an expert answer, I did manage to find a link that will provide you with more information about your problem. I hope my link is useful.

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Joseph P. -
October 13, 2010
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There are no parts like that in my dishwasher. If it's an add-on, that would be odd for it to have just started suddenly.

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Imscrappymom -
October 13, 2010
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The air inlet that runs across the bottom of the door is one possibility but they're a couple other things to check as well.

If it leaks once and then stops there might be a problem with the vent not being open. This is the vent in the upper left corner of the door. It should be open at the beginning of the cycle. If not then some water will blow out under the door but then stop.

Try stopping the spray arm and see if the leak stops. The spray arm may be spraying water in the wrong direction.

The water level should be just under the element.

Make a few checks and reply with any additional details for further assistance.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
October 14, 2010
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THANK YOU! It does not stop. How do I stop the spray arm (and what is the wrong direction?) I know more, BTW. I took the white metal front off the door while the washer was running. I see water go where the vent would be and run from right to left in a channel. It was full of black gunky food and sludgey stuff. I did my best to clean it out and it seems to have helped. IF water is supposed to run in theis channel, it's possible the gunk was blocking it (like a clogged raingutter) so the water was overflowing the channel. IF water is not supposed to be there, that is the problem. And I can;'t remove the air vent at the bottom b/c I don't see any screws (as indicated in the parts list on the sears website) 8268937

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Imscrappymom -
October 14, 2010
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