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Noisy Whirlpool ADG 7540/1

Discussion in 'Appliances' started by Ginga, 29 Dec 2008.

  1. Ginga

    Ginga

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    Hi, Hopefiully someone can help.

    Our Whirlpool ADG 7540/1 Integrated Dishwasher has become very noisy when the recirc pump fires up after it has filled., Sounds like its stalling. I've had a similar problem before and traced it back to broken plastic lugs on the housing where the spary bars connect ino ( replace plastic bit and all good )

    Its not the same fault this time though, the spary bars are secure , I've has the side off of dishwasher and the pump is definatley stalling. Can anyone please advise what the options are here? On the motor coil housing ( which is white plastic ) there is a model number M.95. Does the pump and coil housing come as a whole unit? Can the motor brushes be replaced?

    Can anypone recommend a good place to get spares?


    Dishwashers eh love'em when they're working...hate em when they're not

    Any help would be greatly appeciated.
    Cheers
     
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  3. Ginga

    Ginga

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    The rumbling noise was caused bythe recirc pump. I replaced the pump after finding this useful info:

    http://reviews.ebay.co.uk/Whirlpool...-pump-481236158434_W0QQugidZ10000000005813772

    I managed to get a replacement pump for £86 delivered to the door. and managed to fit it in about 0.5 hour. To do this you'll need a set of "Torque Type" Allan keys (sizes T20, T15, T10) to get the dishwasher bottom panels off.The old existing pump inlet and outlet are attached to the Heater assembly and sump using metal bands. These are clamped at the factory with a special tool. You can prise them off by getting a thin flathead screwdriver blade under the metal tails....mind your fingers!

    I bought a couple of jubilee clips to attach the new pump inlet /outlets.. The inlet and outlet hose diameters are 30 mm and 45 mm so get some clips that will clamp down to these diameters. The jubilee clips should be no wider than 6 mm.

    Remeber if theres a rumble coming from the dishwasher when its washing, then its one of two things:

    1. The Recirc pump is faulty, as above.

    2. The plastic lugs which hold the spray bar manifolds into the bottom of the dishwasher have broken - in whcih case you'll have to replace the plastic mechansim which the spray bar manifold pliugs into...once they've gone they'll keep coming out. I think this part is about £10.

    Hope this helps someone.

    Cheers
     
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