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Kitchenaid dishwasher drain cover/ check balls

Kitchenaid dishwasher drain cover/ check balls

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    Default Kitchenaid dishwasher drain cover/ check balls

    Kitchenaid model: KUDV25SHbl2

    Had an occasional problem with water not draining at the end of a completed cycle.
    Bought an impeller/gasket kit and replaced as the drain impeller shaft had a crack in it.

    When I removed the pump cover, the 2 check balls fell through.
    My question is, are the check balls supposed to fall through and past the plastic nub?

    When I look at the part online, it looks like it is fine. Just wondering if the plastic check balls could have worn or so I need a new pump cover. Or maybe it's fine.

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    Hi,

    Yes they will.
    Put back together and test your repair.

    jeff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff1 View Post
    Hi,

    Yes they will.
    Put back together and test your repair.

    jeff.
    Thank you! So far everything works great!

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    Glad to hear that

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    Hi Jeff,

    I just took apart my Kitchenaid KUDS24SE dishwasher down to the drain cover. I only recall seeing one check ball in that part of the outlet pump. I also found a smaller check ball in the inlet base (part no. 302709) which I put back in when I reassembled - I'm not worried about this one.

    I did notice in the Pump Motor and Parts listing, that there are supposed to be 2 check balls in the drain cover, listed as part no. 719929. I'm wondering if I could have possibly lost one. I swear I only saw one. Is the second check ball on the pump base underside?

    Any help would be much appreciated.

    Thanks.

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    Hi,

    KUDS24SE
    That is part of an full model#...I get 26 models start with those digits...the rest is?

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