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kenmore 15719000

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Patricio   
Patricio

Anything for a Kenmore D/W 15719000.  Complaint very noisy.   Unit is very old according to customer.

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... Kenmore D/W 15719000

665.15719000 ?

similar to Whirlpool DP920PFGY4

with Power Clean Filter

c. 1998

http://appliantology.org/files/file/14-whirlpool-power-clean-filter-dishwasher-service-manual/

 

sounds like either something caught in the Pump

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OR a bad Pump Motor

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Thats what I told the potential customer.  She told me somebody worked on it years ago & she felt he left some parts out of it.    I had one one time where the screw that holds it to the cabinet fell down into the sump was being hit by the food grinder.  I listened to it on the phone & I definately think that a piece of glass ot something other solid is in there.

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