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You likely do not need any parts this time. See the attached Service Bulletin and let me knwo what you find in the wiring.
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The new one is faulty?
There would be no reason to replace the capacitor if it has failed, the capacitor is in the motor circuit only. When it fails, the motor will not start.
So to answer your question, only replace the actuator if it has failed.
Is it unusually noisy when it is washing?
The fact that the capacitor helped prolong its life would suggest there may be an issue with the motor. Is the actuator physically breaking or how is it failing?
The splutch kit has been redesigned on these for similar issues. Usually, there is noise associated with it but, in this case, I think it would be prudent to replace it. The video at the link below shows how it is accessed for replacement.
The link below is to the part you will need!
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Hello, I see this question is still open and I was just following up to see if you require further assistance.
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