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 Posted: Mon Aug 30th, 2010 04:28 pm
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I have an LE error that I cant seem to fix correctly.  I have taken off the panel on the front of the dishwasher and checked the wiring but that seemed fine.  I then replaced the pump (part # 4681EA2002H) I read could be the culprit but to no avail.

Anyone have any suggestions?  I can't afford a new dishwasher and I am tired of washing by hand :P

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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recheck the wiring. tug on teh wires where they touch the door insulation. was the black door insulation glossy or matte?



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Replace the SUMP ASSEMBLY part number : AJH3124860

The original SUMP ASSY in this dishwasher (6871DD1002B) has been "upgraded" to the newer part number.

If a wire was damaged---the "LE" error will be displayed immediately.

After thoroughly inspecting the wire loom inside the d/w door---wrap it with electrical tape from the bottom of the door up to the detergent dispenser assy.

Place a small section of *cardboard* between the wire loom & the black tar-like sound-deadening insulation.

NOTE: Depending on the SERIAL NUMBER---if there is a "clothlike" insulation material on the door liner---there's no need to wrap the wire loom nor put cardboard between it & the door.

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The insulation is a soft, thick white "cushy" material which is about an inch thick or so.  Is that the cloth like insulation you were describing?

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The white fiber sheet is a sound absorbing material.

On the stainless steel door panel---there's either a black tar-like material or a cloth blanket (light gray color)---depending on the "build date" of the d/w.

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Ordered the sump assembly, didnt seem too much more than just to buy the WM Motor Assembly by itself and it will help take care of any other issues that could be wrong within the assembly.  Thanks for the advice and I will post whether it was successful or not.

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Remember to take photos of your repair odyssey so we celebrate with you... or offer tips if you get stuck. ;)



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Well changing out the entire sump assembly and now I am back washing dishes with dry hands :)

Main notes about the swap out for other rookies... take pictures of the wiring on the underside of the dishwasher. It helps orient the new one the correct way and the hoses and wiring will be easy to reconnect.

Also, the sump assembly has three tabs you have to release and then you can push out the assembly from the underside into the unit (just make you disconnect everything first).

When placing the new one in, make sure the gasket is flush all around and then feed in the assembly at a slight angle through the opening, ensuring you arent bending any electrical contacts or the white pump. From there work in the one tab that doesnt have a white handle first and then pull the two white handles to complete the seal, before doing the final pull, look inside the dishwasher to make sure that the gasket is still flush and then pull on it, seals automatically then and reconnect the wiring and tubing.

Thanks again for all the help. Hopefully I will be able to help out a few in the future as well.

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For sharing your practical wisdom, you have earned a promotion to Merit Apprentice Appliantologist. Kanpai! :samurai:



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