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# 205790 27-Nov-2016 12:34
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Does anyone have any idea of where I can get spare parts for a Westinghouse 911 dishwasher?

 

I need to get a new cutlery basket as the old one has holes in the bottom.

 

I'm in Auckland.

 

Thanks for any leads!


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  # 1678216 27-Nov-2016 12:38
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Did you try Google? I did and found a few suppliers. If you can find the part number you can Google that.

 

Also try ebay, for generic parts - may or may not have them.


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  # 1678231 27-Nov-2016 13:00
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When I needed parts for an old kenmore washer, they were $70 from a local place. $4 from ebay. Found a seller with international shipping and it was about $8 all up.

 

 

 

I dont even bother looking locally for parts. Too few places put any effort into trying to sell things, and when you do eventually do all the work and call them with part numbers etc the price is absurd.





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  # 1678434 27-Nov-2016 17:54
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Thanks guys, I'll try eBay.

 

There are a couple of stickers on the inside top of the door, but they've long since worn out and there's no writing on them now. The "911" is what I got from the front of the door. There may be more stickers on the back of the unit, but I'd have to pull it out and it's in pretty tight.


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