Model #GSD2220Z02BB GE Dishwasher

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Dishwasher leaks.

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Thanks for contacting ManageMyLife.com. I understand how frustrating it is having trouble with your dishwasher leaking water. We are here to help. Based on the symptom and location of the water leak, the complete motor and pump assembly needs to be replaced. The image shows how to troubleshoot water leaks at the pump. I provided a video that shows how to replace the motor and pump assembly. The part number for the motor and pump assembly is WD26X10013.  I hope this helps.

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John H -
Sears Technician
October 29, 2013
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Thank you for your reply. The leak is coming from the seal where the motor shaft goes into the pump assembly. I want to replace just the shaft seal, the impeller is in good working order. I have the pump/motor assembly removed from the machine. I have the spring removed from the end of the shaft at the impeller and removed the 3 screws that secure the pump assembly to the motor. I want to know how to separate the motor from the pump assembly without damaging the pump assembly. What tools do I use and does the motor shaft where it goes on the impeller just slide off the shaft?

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Rick -
October 31, 2013
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Rick here is the instructions to separate the motor from the pump. To remove the motor from the pump: 1 Remove the grader nut (key#428) by turning it clockwise (CW). 2 Remove the wear ring base and wear ring (key#427&431). 3 Remove the impeller assembly (key#429) by holding the motor cooling fan from turning and rotate the impeller counter clockwise (CCW). 4 Remove the three (3) screws securing the motor to the housing. Separate the motor from the pump. There will be a water seal consisting of 3 parts (key#4340) between the impeller and housing that will need to be replaced. If you don't it will likely leak and the motor and pump will have to be removed and separated again. I highly recommend replacing the pump/motor as an assembly rather than replacing just the motor to prevent a leak and having to repeat all the work

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John H -
Sears Technician
November 02, 2013
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