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PartSelect Number PS11742322
This rubber tube carries water from the upper spray arm manifold to the receiver of a dishwasher. This thin walled tube can become brittle over time and crack. If it does, it will lead to poor cleaning quality of the dishes on the upper rack, and you will need to replace it.
This part works with the following brands: Whirlpool, Admiral, Estate, Inglis, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Roper, Maytag, Crosley, Jenn-Air, Hardwick, Magic Chef, Amana, Caloric & Glenwood.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Piece of cake --after having read what others had suggested on your webpage, I used the heat from a hair dryer which made the piece pliable and simple to fit into place. It took less than five minutes. When my husband came in from work, I proudly told him the part had arrived and it was fixed! Taa Daa!
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This repair was just so easy. I am a 65 year widow and did not want to call repair for something that I thought I could do-ordered the part and it was delivered in two days. I rubbed a small amount of vaseline around both the tube's ends, used the hair dryer to heat slightly, attached one end of the tube to the upper spray arm receiver and the other end to upper wash assembly and job completed. My savings was probably $65.00 or more for no service call. Works great and dishes are clean again.
Determined parts needed to be replaced, found your site via search engine, ordered the parts - they arrrived EXTREMELY quick, and I installed. Great experience with your organization overall.
I am a 73 year old lady. My nephew found the torn rubber water delivery tube after a repairman had found nothing. I looked up the model number, contacted Part Select by e-mail, ordered the part ($15.++ for cost and delivery), read reviews and found tipe for installation. Total time spent on installation was less than ten minutes. The round tube, with a smidgen of liquid detergent inside each end of the tube, fits onto the water line; the other end of the tube will squeeze flat with little effort, and fits onto the apray arm.
Part was easy to locate on the website. Photo on the measurement grid was the key after entering the maker and model number. I have found refrigerator parts the same way on this site. Sliced the old rotten hose to remove it. The new hose only had to be slipped over the connections. I soaped the ends of the tube to make the installation easier.
I removed the old tube by hand (it fell apart) I just worrked the new softer tube over the openings on each end and it was fixed! I did have to warm the new tube with warm water to squeeze it over the tubes but it was easy!
I just slipped the old, worn out tube off, warmed the new one in some hot water for a few minutes to make it more pliable, sprayed some non-stick spray on the end connecting in the back, and slipped it on. Piece of cake!
First removed old hose from the upper rack. Used hair dryer to heat the hose up ( hose was a little stiff) and installed hose. It's pretty simple to install, I didn't even have to unload the dishwasher
Used screwdriver to pry off other end of water tube. Kind of cooked on over the years and rear connection point is on a part that is not real strong so you have to be careful to not break or bend the connection. New tube is very tight to get on so putting it on required using the blade of the screwdriver to get the tube to streatch over the two connection points, but not real difficult. Now it's good as new!
Very easy to do repair. Identifying the problem took more time than the repair. Simply use soap and water to inset the tube into the spray arm receiver and the spray arm. Saved a $120.00 service call by doing myself and performing a little detective work. Quick delivery of items from Part select!
The whole operation took about 5 minutes which included opening the package! Sprayed some vegetable spray inside the opening of the water tube that attached to the spray connection and it slipped right on. Absolutely amazing and I feel like I have a brand new dishwater! My dishes are definitely cleaner too! Thank you Parts Select for posting how to instructions!
Manually remove old tube and simply replace with new tube - no tools!
Used a utility knife to cut the old tube . It was hard & brittle & full of holes. The new tube is not very flexible. Ran it under hot water to soften it up. I used liquid soap on the ends . This made the repair easy. Slipped right on, at both ends. Saved $200 by doing it myself. Took ten minutes.With more pressure from the new tube, the dishwasher is cleaning much better.
I removed the old, brittle and leaky water delivery tube by hand and at the outlet and at the inlet end, by cutting it away with an exacto knife. I then heated the new tube under hot water and coated each end with dishwasher soap. With only a modest amount of manipulation, both ends slipped easily into place and the hose was immediately secure and operable. My wife, who didn't witness my efforts, thought I was a genius.
we used hot water to soften the ends of the tube and then slid it onto the two ends of the parts in the dishwasher. It did take a little bit of "push" to get it on one end, but nothing we could not handle. I would say anyone with common sense and willingness to fix something them selves would have no problem. I would like to say the part I ordered was of good quality and saved me a lot of money.
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