If you have a dishwasher that is old, you need to know the parts, how they work, and what they are called. Here is the diagram and details on the parts of the Genie Kenmore Dishwasher Model 665.
Kenmore Dishwasher Model 665 Parts Diagram
Kenmore Dishwasher Model 665 Parts Explained
Touchpad and Control Panel
As you can see from the diagram, there are two main parts to a Kenmore dishwasher: the control panel and the touchpad. The display is also included in this category, but it doesn’t have any buttons or controls.
The control panel has five buttons: Cancel, Load Cycle, Start Cycle, Cycle Selections, and Water Temperature Display (if available). These buttons allow you to cycle through your cycles, select which one you want your dishwasher to use next, adjust how much water will be used during each cycle and set the water temperature before starting up your Kenmore dishwasher.
Heating Element (dual)
The heating element (dual) is a part that’s easy to replace and requires no special tools. It can be removed by unscrewing the retaining ring and pulling it out.
The element is what heats the water in your dishwasher. If your unit doesn’t start or stop during a cycle, it could be a problem with the heating element. There are two options for replacement: one-stage and two-stage. The difference between them is how long they take to heat up when you turn on the power and how much power they draw from your home’s electric system.
Wiring harnesses are used to connect the dishwasher’s electrical components. They are usually located inside the tub, secured with wire ties, and connected to the control panel.
If a harness is damaged or defective, it can prevent the dishwasher from working properly. In some cases, this may lead to an electrical fire.
Pump & Motor Assembly
The pump and motor assembly are key components of your dishwasher. It’s responsible for pumping water through the system, so it must be stable and reliable.
The pump has two mounting holes that fit into small grooves on the bottom of your machine; these are where you’ll place it once installed. Make sure there aren’t any obstructions in these areas before installing anything else—you don’t want any parts stuck between them while trying to put this part in place! Also, ensure not to over-tighten either screw when installing both halves together (more than 1/4″ should do).
Toe Panel, Kick Plate, Kick Panel & Base
The toe panel, kick plate, kick panel, and base are all in the same assembly. The toe panel is the front of your dishwasher with handles that you can use to open it up. The kick plate is where all your dishes go when they come out of their racks at the bottom of your machine.
This area also includes a drain tube for draining any leftover water from inside and an electrical outlet for power cords or anything else that might need the power to work properly with this particular model type (if you have other models).
The next piece is called a kick panel; it’s located on top of everything else so that any excess space below could be used effectively if needed during installation/removal processes – but usually, no extra room will be required after installation has been completed successfully without problems occurring during operation due!
The detergent dispenser is located on the left side of your dishwasher. It’s a plastic tube with a funnel on end. The purpose of this device is to dispense detergent into your dishwasher, so you can use it as needed.
To use it:
- Unscrew and remove the cap from its top (the black cover)
- Insert one end into an open cupboard or drawer where you store unused items such as paper towels and sponges
Tub and Frame
The tub and frame is a unit that includes both the tub and frame. It’s made of stainless steel, so it will not rust or corrode over time. The outer shell of this unit has a stainless steel finish with no dents or scratches, which means you can use it for years to come without having to worry about damaging your dishwasher when loading items into it.
The tub itself has an inner white plastic liner that keeps food from touching other parts of your kitchen appliance while in operation; this will prevent bacteria from growing inside of them (which could then spread throughout your entire home). It also prevents corrosion on any surfaces within range!
You may purchase these separately if you don’t want to buy both at once—but remember: if one breaks down within two years after purchase, there’s no longer warranty protection!
Door Parts, Shell, and Gasket Parts
The door parts are the first thing you will see when looking at your dishwasher. The door latch is a small piece of metal that you can use to open and close the door, while the door handle makes it easier for you to pull open or shut the unit.
You’ll also notice a rubber gasket between these two pieces, which keeps water from leaking into your kitchen or bathroom if there’s any water damage on either side (this isn’t always necessary, though).
The next thing that comes into play when figuring out what goes where with this model number is its shell and hinges—these determine how much space there is inside your dishwasher before anything else gets installed inside, so make sure not only do they fit perfectly but also align perfectly with each other too!
The next thing is the pump, which is a small motor that helps push water through your pipes (this is also what you see when cleaning out your kitchen sink drain). The controls are also important because this allows you to turn on and off the dishwasher, so it doesn’t waste electricity.
To start, you need to know that the dishwasher model 665 is a great choice for anyone looking for an affordable and reliable dishwasher. It has many features that make it easy to use, plus it offers plenty of extra space for your dishes and silverware in the bottom rack. The only downside is that some people might find it difficult to install parts correctly if they’re not experienced with repairs like this one.