CONFIRM THE PART FITS

Home  >  Dishwasher Control Panel Assembly

Dishwasher Control Panel Assembly AGL75675209

★★★★★★★★★★
5
1
4
0
3
0
2
0
1
0

Part #AGL75675209

This part is no longer available.

We've permanently sold out of this part. It's no longer available from the manufacturer and the manufacturer has no substitute for this part. Although our call center staff is always happy to help when possible, they don't have access to this part. You might be able to find the part through another replacement parts retailer or through a reseller on Ebay or similar website. If you can't find that part and decide to replace the product, we invite you to visit www.sears.com

This part fits

Part Information

This control panel assembly (part number AGL75675209) is for dishwashers.

Control panel assembly AGL75675209 houses the selection buttons and display for the dishwasher. The assembly may include multiple parts; refer to your parts diagram for a complete list of parts included.

Unplug the dishwasher and shut off the water supply before installing this part. Wear work gloves to protect your hands.

Top models using the same part

Model NameModel NumberDiagram Name
Model #72214677710 Kenmore Elite dishwasher72214677710
All parts

Reviews

JimmyJazz
MarylandReviews 1Votes 0
★★★★★★★★★★
• 3 years ago
JimmyJazz• 3 years ago
How I Replaced the Dishwasher Control Assembly

This control panel was a major part to fix my non-responsive dishwasher, as it controls all the functions AND has the buttons to press the functions, (like the oh-so-important power button). It literally has one plug to connect. The steps to remove the dead control panel entailed removing about a handful of screws, which allowed the dishwasher door cover to come off. With the cover off, I was able to easy disconnect the aforementioned plug. Next, I laid the cover on a wide flat surface and proceeded to remove the control panel. There were two small "bendy tabs" on either end of the cover that held the control panel in place. I bent the tabs upward, which enabled me to basically slide the control panel out. I then took the new control panel and installed in reverse order, (slide in, bend tabs downward, place cover next to dishwasher door, connect plug, tighten screws), and eagerly hurried to turn main power breaker back on. And then... pressing the power button... ding! YAY! All was right with the world. And even my kids were happy, since they had been washing the dishes by hand for a while. ;)