Pump Motor Kit

Part Number: 154844301

Dishwasher Circulation Pump Motor Kit.  Long stack, includes both O-rings.  Genuine Frigidaire replacement part.

Brands: Crosley, Frigidaire, Kenmore

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List Price: $111.24
Price: $79.29 Quantity:

Replaces these part numbers: 154792801, 154794401, 154594201, 154700101, 154648101

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37 of 63 people found
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Parts used:
154844301

Difficulty level:
Very Easy 1/5

Time of repair:
15 - 30 minutes

Tools:
star driver maybe size 10 . 2 screws and pull out pump from bottom of washer . put on new o rings reinstall

Customer:
don, IN
My problem
noise from pump sounded like a bearing was going bad fan blade was rubbing plastic housing.

My Repair & Advice:

I used a little vaseoline on rubber gaskets to make installation easier. Pretty poor manufacturing for pump to last only little over a year. Only 2 people using machine. Sorry i outfitted new kitchen in Frigidaire products. Ice maker in fridge makes way too much noise


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6 of 6 people found
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Parts used:
154844301

Difficulty level:
Easy 2/5

Time of repair:
15 - 30 minutes

Tools:
Screwdriver and wrench.

Customer:
Nathan, KY
My problem
Circulation pump stopped working.

My Repair & Advice:

Shut off the water supply. Pulled dishwasher out from underneath counter. Disconnect water supply line and drain hose (have towel or something around to catch access water when disconnecting drain hose). Removed the two screws that hold the circulation pump bracket. Pull pump out and replace with new pump (apply some dish soap to O-rings for easier install).


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4 of 4 people found
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Parts used:
154844301

Difficulty level:
Kinda Difficult 3/5

Time of repair:
1 - 2 hours

Tools:
screwdriver

Customer:
david , PA
My problem
bought the dishwasher 2 years ago and had it in storage until I built my home. first time I used it water leaked out onto the floor. removed the pump to inspect the seals, and of course, the one that was leaking was non-serviceable!! needed new one!!

My Repair & Advice:

Easy fix!! Two screws hold the pump in place, and it just pulls out. Be sure to lubricate the O-rings (I used a little vaseline) before trying to re-install so they don't tear or roll up.


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3 of 3 people found
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Parts used:
154844301

Difficulty level:
Very Easy 1/5

Time of repair:
15 - 30 minutes

Tools:
Screw drivers, slip joint pliers, shop vac

Customer:
Nick, FL
My problem
Drain pump motor was making excessive noise

My Repair & Advice:

Use a shop vac to extract the water out of the inside before removing dishwasher. I also used the shop vac to extract the water from the drain hose. This will minimize water on the floor. Use a card board box (cut apart) as floor cover to lay the dishwasher on. This will minimize scratches or damage to the floor covering. For ease of maintenance, I had installed a receptacle in the wall and put a waterproof rubber cord with a plug on it connected to the dishwasher. I also used a high grade plastic hose for the water supply that was long enough to pull out the dishwasher with out having to disconnect the water supply.


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