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Kenmore Dishwasher 665.15919001


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#1 harringg

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Posted 11 April 2010 - 01:33 PM

I tried mightily to repair my dishwasher with some great help from the user forums here, but it wasn't to be.  After investing in new parts and paying for a repair service call (who couldn't immediately figure it out either) I gave up and bought a new dishwasher and 5-year warranty.

I have some new and good as new parts to give away.  I would rather see them used (even resold, I don't care) than put in the landfill.  All I ask is the interested party pay shipping to have them sent.

Our dishwasher in question had an extended warranty that had lapsed so our current issue wasn't covered, but about 6 months ago we had a brand new pump assembly installed, so that's the "good as new" part.  Attached are two pictures of the actual pump being offered and this is a link to the part page here.

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I also bought a Circuit board from a local vendor who wouldn't return it (but didn't tell me it was non-refundable at the time of purchase) after I found out it didn't fix the problem I was having.  Other than putting it in the dishwasher (by a repair technician) and taking it out, it has never been used.  That part is shown here.

If interested, please send me a PM.

These items are being given away and combined have a value of ~$250.00, but because they are being given away, they are strictly AS-IS, no returns.  The pump worked fine prior the dishwasher failing and the circuit board should work too.  I think the problem was with the main controller board on the front of the dishwasher, but didn't want to invest any more money into this project.

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#2 harringg

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Posted 16 April 2010 - 03:53 PM

Hoping to get rid of these ASAP. My GTD workflow is at the "Trash" stage and would like these to be able to be used by someone who has a need for them, or else I'll bring them to the local electronics recyling location next week to get them off my list (and out of my house).

Hope someone has a use for them. :-)

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Posted 17 April 2010 - 03:08 PM

where are you located, near virginia?

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Posted 17 April 2010 - 04:49 PM

@[user=24133]mehoss[/user]  I've sent you a PM.

First come, first serve.  To anyone looking to pick up these parts, please send a shipping address via PM if interested so I can calculate shipping from my location.

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Posted 22 April 2010 - 08:25 PM

Gone.  Moderators feel free to delete this post.




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