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PartSelect Number PS11743934
Manufacturer Part Number WP717273
Manufactured by Whirlpool
Product Description

Rubber Washer Specifications

Sold individually. Used with the heating element.
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Troubleshooting
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Not drying dishes properly | Leaking | Will Not Start | Not cleaning dishes properly
This part works with the following products:
Dishwasher.
This part works with the following products:
Whirlpool, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Maytag.
Part# WP717273 replaces these:
AP6010750, 680862, 717273
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Don
June 17, 2019
How difficult is it to replace water pump?
For model number Kdfe104Dss
Hi Don, thank you for your question. Unfortunately we do not have instructions for your model specifically. However we actually do have multiple installation videos on our YouTube channel that will show you how this installation is usually done: https://www.youtube.com/user/partselect/search?query=dishwasher+pump. Good luck with your repair.

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Don
June 17, 2019
No water sprays out during wash the cycle. Just had a new board put in.
For model number KDFE104DSS
Hi Don, Thank you for your question. If the dishwasher is not spraying water during its cycle, this may be a result of the following: 1. Spray arm is clogged. 2. Dishwasher is overloaded. 3. Blocked Dishwasher pump. 4. Overfill float switch malfunction. 5. Water supply issue. 6. Water pressure problem. You will need to check these issues and verify which one is causing the issue and fix it. I hope this helps. Thank you and have a great day!

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Will
January 27, 2018
The rinse aid appears to be draining quicker than normal and a film is forming below the rinse aid component on the door. Is there a way to fix this? I've checked the seal on the fill cap and i've also adjusted the inside control lever. Neither seem to help. The detergent side of the component works fine. Dishes are clean and don't appear to have any more spots than normal.
For model number WDT910SAYE0
Hello Will, thank you for your question. There is probably a small leak in the rinse aid compartment. I would recommend replacing the whole dispenser for your appliance (which is the only way to fix any issue with the dispenser as it is sold as an assembly). Per your model number WDT910SAYE0 the dispenser is part number PS11752440. I hope this helps!

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John
March 5, 2018
I have a kitchen aid kuds40fvwh2. My problem is there is water in the bottom of the dishwasher when the cylcle is finished. But when you push cancel the water will drain. Check valve is intact drain hose is clear and not kinked.
For model number KUDS40FVWH2
Hello John, thank you for your question. If the water will drain when cancel is pushed, the drain pump is functioning. If you've checked the check valve and it is in good condition the water is not coming back into the unit. It sounds like the issue is the electronic control board that is not functioning. The board is like a "timer". It runs the cycles, fill, wash, rinse, drain, ect. If the board is going bad the unit isn't getting the signal to drain at the end of the cycle. I would recommend replacing the board, part number WPW10285179. I hope this helps!

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Russell
March 14, 2019
Rubber seals gone in Kenmore dish washer, will that not get thing cleaning, where can you get them
Hello Russell, thank you for contacting us, In order for us to locate the correct parts and repair information we will require the model number of the unit. Once you have located the model number please feel free to resubmit the question and we will be happy to help you. Look forward to hearing from you!

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Dave
January 8, 2018
Whole board does not light up or work
For model number 66513262K114
Hello Dave, Thank you for contacting us. I have researched the model you have provided and have found the part you’re looking for is Part Number: PS8260219. Good luck with the repair!

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Joanne
December 19, 2019
Not cleaning, water not hot. Put in new thermostat and heat element and cleaned top filter. All done but still not hit water or clean. What next??
For model number M665.13269k113
Hello Joanne, thank you for your question. If the element and thermostat were replaced and you're still having the same issue, the main control board is the most likely issue. I hope this helps.

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William
October 22, 2021
When ordering the rubber washer do they come 2 in a pack or do I need to order 2?
For model number 665.13263K112
Hello William, Thank you for the question. The Rubber Washer is sold individually and one is required for the Element. We hope this helps!

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Unit Wouldn't Work. "Clean" Light Blinking
The unit had power, but the controls would not work. The "clean" light was blinking. I first replaced the control unit, no help. I then used the "just ask" and was told the problem was the heating element and/or the hi-temp thermostat. I replaced both those and used the re-set code pushing the "hi-temp/air dry, hi-temp/air dry" buttons. That did it. Easy parts to locate and replace. It took longer pulling the unit out and putting it back than it did to replace the parts.
Other Parts Used:
Dishwasher Heating Element Heating Element Nut High Limit Thermostat
  • PAUL from ESTES PARK, CO
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    1- 2 hours
  • Tools:
    Nutdriver, Screw drivers
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Burning smell from dishwasher
So one day passing the dishwasher while it was running, I noticed a rather pungent burning smell. Yikes, I shut it off!
I took apart the pump housing at the bottom inside the dishwasher, expecting to find some kids toy plastic bit had got caught and had jammed the motor or something. But nothing there, and my dishwasher has a little screen to keep just such things from getting to the pump anyway. Hmmm.
So, ran the dishwasher again, seemed ok now.
A week later, same thing, burning smell. Pull it apart again, but no sign of trouble. But I know something is up, so I pull the kickplate and have a look underneath... Way at the back I see a red wire that looks a little melted, but it's hard to tell, so I pull the whole dishwasher out. Sure enough, one of the heater wires is melted and burned, and the plastic locknut holding that side of the heater is badly scorched. Looks like a little electrical fire, I'm lucky it didn't get out of hand!
The heater still tests ok with an ohmeter, but I don't trust it now - order the heater and replacement locknut and washers. Didn't need to order washers, they come with the heater, oh well.
Heater removal and replacement is very straight forward, but I added some high-temp gasket silicone sealant (Ultra Blue) around the seals as I think the original problem may have ben a bit of water leakage causing a short.
Took about an hour to pull the dishwasher out, remove the heater and install the new one, put a new terminal on the heater wire, and put the whole thing back under the counter.
Working great now. But not a problem I expected to have with a 2-year-old dishwasher!
Other Parts Used:
Heating Element Heating Element Nut Spring Grip Retainer
  • Jeff from Blaine, WA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers, Socket set
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Heater element had shorted out and began to smoke
I released the heater element from the clips on the bottom of the waaher tub. I pulled the unit out from the wall and disconnected power. There are two slip on wire terminals on each end of the heater element accessible from the back that need to be removed. One of them was badly rusted from leaking water, which had caused the short, and had to be replaced. These terminals and the crimping tool to install them are available at any home center. I removed and discarded the old plastic nuts since one of them was damaged by arching from the short circuit. Moving around to the front of the dishwasher, I removed the old heater and installed the new one. I had ordered new rubber washers, but the new heater came with them already installed. Since one of the old ones failed and caused the leak, they are a good thing to keep around as spares anyway. I installed the new nuts and tightened them to enough to ensure that the washers made a good seal. I reconnected the wire terminals to the heater, reconnected power and moved the unit back into place. The circuit opening when the heater failed caused a "call for service" error and the controller would not allow the unit to run. You will know you have this by the "CLEAN" LED flashing seven times. Clear the diagnostics by pressing the buttons for "HEATED DRY", "NORMAL", "HEATED DRY", "NORMAL" and after the controller resets, the dishwaher is ready to run. It's worked like new ever since.
Other Parts Used:
Terminal Nut Dishwasher Heating Element
  • James from McCordsville, IN
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Pliers, Screw drivers
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Would not dry dishes
Turned off power, turned off water supply and diconnected, slid out dishwasher. Removed the spray wand and tilted dishwasher to access the two nuts and disconnet the wires. Removed the two nuts using a socket. Removed the old heating element and replaced with the new one secured with new nuts ( the old ones were fine but since I bought two new ones why not). Pluged the wires back up slid the dishwasher back in hooked up the water reinstalled the spray wand cut on the water and power. Good as new.
Other Parts Used:
Dishwasher Heating Element Heating Element Nut
  • David from Arab, AL
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers, Socket set
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Dishwasher wouldn't heat water or dry dishes
Disconnected the power and hot water supply.
Removed mounting screws under the counter, and the lower panel screws to expose the leveling screws.
Backed the leveling screws up so that the unit would slide out more easily
Walked the unit out to where I could reach the back side.
Disconnected the two power wires from the heater coil (slide off)
Unscrewed the plastic nuts holding the heater in place and removed the heater coil.
Replaced the heater coil and nuts.
Reversed the process above to install.
Other Parts Used:
Dishwasher Heating Element Heating Element Nut
  • Philip from Sugar Land, TX
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Pliers, Screw drivers, Wrench set
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Dishes would'nt come clean or dry from torn boot
Was a simple task to perform, a child could have done it. The technical skills diagnosing it was a bit hard though. The skills finding the culprit was indeed simple. Rubber was torn. Dishes would not come clean especially on the top & would not dry properly. The rubber piece being torn in half made it hard for the water & soap to despense to the top through thh center plastic tube, but now it cleans great. Thank's
Now to find out why it won't dry properly at the heating element is another task. It leaves water droplets on the dishes.
Once I got the rubber screw on attachment installed the dishes are clean & dry now & no water dropplets on the dishes.
The water dispenses up to the top like it suppost to throught the small tube to wash the upper rack dishes.
The wife is happy now she doesn't have to clean & dry them by hand.
Thank's so very much!!
Now on to the next project in hand to submit later on.
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  • David from Sallisaw, OK
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
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Heating Element Burned Out
The repair was straightforward. The hardest parts were pulling the dishwasher out from the counter and keeping the dishwasher from falling forward when I needed to reach inside. The instructions in the video were accurate. I was very glad I bought the rubber washers, because I could not reuse the washers from the original heating element. Easy enough repair to do on your own.
Other Parts Used:
Dishwasher Heating Element
  • Jeff from DANA POINT, CA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers, Wrench (Adjustable)
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