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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:
Used a heat gun (or hair dryer could probably work)to stretch the ends of the hose to slip over areas to connect.
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I removed the roll out top wire rack of the dishwasher, turned it over and pulled the old punctured water supply tube off the force fit connectors on each end. I put a small amount of vaseline lubricant immediately inside the mouth of the new tube at each end. I pressed the ends of the new tube over the force fit connectors and tested them by shaking the pipe. I replaced the rack and fastened it into place.
I ran the tube under warm water and it was very easy to connect. I would have done it a lot sooner if I had known how easy it would be to find the part and install it.
Replaced the tube. It was relatively easy although it did take a small bit of squeezing/reshaping the newer rubber tubing to get it to fit on the outlet (it was a bit snug.)
I removed the upper rack from the dishwasher by popping the two rack track stops out of the rack tracks. The old tube came off easily, and the new tube went on very nicely, after lubing each end with a dab of liquid dish soap. I put the rack back on its tracks , popped the track stops back in and my dishwasher was back in business.
connected tube to spray arm and attached to back of dish wash machine.
It was 94 degrees that day so I set the rubber hose outside in the sun to loosen it up, make it more plyable. I then mixed up some soapy water and doused the ends of the hose with the soapy water and slid the hose right onto the fittings.There was a small hole in the hose which was not discussed in the directions. I assumed the hole should be installed on the down side to let water drain out after the dishwasher is finished. This will reduce the chance of bacteria building in the hose.I read the installation tips before I started and picked up the soap mix and heating up the hose before installation. Can be accomplished with a hair dryer if it is not 94+ degrees outside!!!Thanks,Jim
pulled off the old and put on the new. Great pictures on website so I got the right part the first time. Thanks!
Took the old one off then used canola oil to put on the inside of the tube and it went on easy.
I removed the old tube. I rubbed vegetable oil on the inside of both ends. The new tube slipped on with noproblem, and that was the end of the repair.
Was lucky the part was available. I put liquid detergent on both ends of tube, then slid each end onto each sleeve. Works great now!
Removed the old part. It came out with no problemdue to being brittle and cracked. This part was original to my 15 1/2 year old dishwasher.Ran hot tap water in the sink and soaked the new "Rubber Water Delivery Tube" for about 5 min. I put a little dish washing liquid on dishwasher part where tube was to be slid onto. Including the soaking time,repair took less than 5 1/2 min.I'm very pleased by the fact that my part arrived in a little over 1 1/2 days.
I just put 1 drop of hand soap in each end of the new hose , that let it slide on EZ.
I heated both ends of rubber hose and applied a small amount of vaseline inside of tube and it slid on real easy. It took less than 5 minutes to finish the task.
it was a very easy repair thank you
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