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PartSelect Number PS11746245
**Please note: This is a redesigned part. The top mounting clip and screw are no longer needed.
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:
...installation of repair kit was easy...my wife and I did it in 15 minutes, and we are not mechanically inclined...I believe we did a repair for $30 that would have cost $100 if we called a service technican...and we got the new parts in one day...excellent service experience...
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i called the PartSelect Customer service line and she was very nice and knew exactly what i needed even went as far to tell me it was one peice now rather than like three.It was a quick install easy as a screw driver and unscrew from the old one and screw the new one onto the sprayer arm and click in place below the top basket ....plain and simple
Layed the parts on table to get the right setup,and then installed with no trouble.
took off the old parts and installed the new parts.
Dishwasher 9 years old and the replacement parts were re-engineered to make installation easier. It took about 30 minutes to install the new spray arm kit. Once I ordered the parts, they were here in two days...even though regular shipping was requested. I will continue to use partselect to order parts for anything in this house I can repair. The parts cost $35. A repair service would have been $150.
The repair should have taken 5 minutes but I did not realize that the clip had a front and a back - so check that before you remove the old clip as the rod the spray arm spins on is angled and it will stick if you mount it the wrong way. Also the clip has been redesigned so you do not need the little cover - if you buy the spray arm kit PS382824 it is all you need - good luck!Repair man wanted $250 - I did it for $40.00 and bought an estra $2.30 cent part!
Replaced with one-piece unit made of upgraded material. The two mounts did not match. Luckily, the old mounts were of good material allowing me to reuse them. Did not return the unmatched mounts because the inconvenience wasn't worth the effort or cost. Unit works like new now.
The repair is fairly simple and only requires a screw driver. Make sure you order two parts: the spray arm and the bracket that holds it to the upper tray. Also, make sure the bracket that holds the water nossle to the upper tray is at the very end of the tray, otherwise the rotating arm will not rotate.
The old part was held in place by another plastic part,the new part attached right on the arm. It took less than 10 minutes to repair.
Remove the upper wash arm by unscrewing the bracket secured to the upper basket about the middle with a single stainless screw. Remove the entire arm assembly from the dishwasher. Note:: the support at the bck of the basket that holds one end of the plastic water tube is split to allow the water tube to be removed from the bracket. It is not necessary to remove the bracket. . Just the water tube and wash arm assembly. The replacement part $4. 00 Is a new design and snaps into place on the basket and no screw is necessary to hold it in place. Remove the screw from the broken part, being careful to remember the sequence in which the parts install so that they realign properly when re assembled. Insert the new part through the center of the wash arm/water tube assembly and secure with the screw and washer. It helps to run the screw once and back it out again to seat the screw hole before reinstalling the arm and tube on the basket. Snap the assembled part to the center of the basket. ( The arm should be free from the front,split ring,bracket so it can be manipulated to allow the new part to snap in easily. It will not snap in if the front bracket and water tube is still installed in the bracket. ) Re place the warter tube in the plastic support with the split and push the upper basket closed while watching the water tube make contact with the water supply line at the rear of the washer. This is not a water tight connection and has no gaskets. It just simply closes to the connections when the upper basket is pushed into the dishwasher.
I replaced the existing spray arm with the new one with an integrated plastic connecting tube. I also replaced the spray arm mount although it was still in good condition. The dishes are cleaner now but there is still a lot of detergent residue although I suspect this might be caused by the detergent. The new mount has a hole on the top and I'm wondering if water is escaping through it instead of being redirected to then entire arm. Good service and delivery by Parts Select.
one screw and done.
The mount was already broken into 5 pieces so all I really did was remove the screw from the broken piece. I then placed the mount onto the diswasher rack, placed the arm on the mount & screwed it in. Real simple & easy. In these tough economic times & also for your own satisfaction; it's often just better to do things yourself!
Unscrewed the old stem from the water spinner. Unscrewed and removed the old mount from the upper rack. Snapped in the new mount...no screw necessary with the new piece. Screwed the stem to the water spinner...as good as new. EASY!
simply applied the parts by looking at the old parts on the machine. Very simple
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