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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:
Extremely easy. Put part in the upper basket of the diswasher and hooked up the spay arm. If you know how it came off, you should know how it went back on, is the motto. The part fit perfectly and this website did a great job of pictures for comparison.
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Removed one screw holding remainder of the upper spray arm bracket from the top basket. Removed one screw from the underneath side of the spray arm holding it to the Wash Arm Tube Holder. Attached the new Wash Arm Tube Holder to the spray arm, then the whole assembly to the top basket.PartSelect was GREAT. The pictures on the web site made it easy to determine which part was needed. I ordered around 5pm and chose standard 3-day shipping, but to my surprise the parts showed up at 10:30 am the next day! I'll be back!!
Went to parts select online, put in my washer info, the parts pulled right up complete with illustrated parts and it was very easy to order. The parts were actually at my door the next day, that was amazing. I think this is a very good source to get appliance parts.
Put the arm in place, secured with one nut, then underneath with a screw. I attached the little loop that holds the funnel part on and was done. The dishes in the upper rack have never been cleaner. This web site is the easiest web site I've ever navigated.
After watching the excellent video on the PartSelect web site, the total repair using the Middle Spray Arm Kit and the Upper Spray Arm Mount took approximately 10 minutes to complete the repair. Also the delivery from PartSelect was fast (2 days).
I watched the video, which was very clear, and put the new part on in minutes. It was very helpful
First of all it was Easter Dinner and the mount borke. Ughhh... I driled some holes and inserted wire to give it the McGiver effect to get me by. Even the mother in law was impressed! Once new parts arrived I only needed a screwdriver. Be carfeul when screwing in the new screw to hold the new sparyer to the new mount. GO SLOW..Let the plastic "give" as you tighten the screw. To fast and you could twist the new monting shaft off. And just barely snug up the screw. Being to tight, the hot water may expand the plastic durring cylcles and cause undo stress.
I removed the end clips so I could slide out the upper rack........I recommend doing this carefully inorder to reuse the clips. All the repairs were easy..........at first I thought the lower arm was not tightened enough, but a simple search told me that it is supposed to "wobble".Thank you for making it so easy to find the right parts. You do an excellent job of organizing parts by model #.
Removed the screw from the old mount, installed the new mount and hung the arm. Could not have been a simpler process! Also really appreciated the ease of finding the part I needed o the website, and the info that told me I didn't have to order a new hanging ring by stating that it's supposed to have an opening at the 3:00 position.
first I removed the Bracket screw underneath of the upper rack , after that I removed the Bracket with my hand by bushing it downward (it removed complete assembly "Bracket & Spray Arm kit") the I removed the other screw to remove the Bracket completely, then I installed the new part's by reversing all above steps, finally I installed the Two screws back again.It is so easy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
First, I compared the parts visually. The mount is a slightly different design. I removed the old mount/spray arm and tube by removing the single screw through the upper mount and un-clipping the rear tube mount. Next I assembled the new parts using the old spray arm as a guide. Note: Installing the new screw for the spray arm into the new mount proved very difficult and I needed to enlarge the pilot hole slightly in order to assemble. I proceeded to attach the new mount to the upper rack and installing the rear tube mount. The new design of the mount eliminated the need for the upper mount and even if I wanted to install it, it will not fit the new design. Overall, an easy repair with a couple of hiccups.
I took the whole upper dish rack wash assembly apart removed the piece of broken mount and replaced with a new mount. screwed everything back together and added the Water Inlet Tube Holder that I had been missing previously. That is probably what caused the mount to wear in the first place. Anyway easy fix and good as new working beautifly!!
Installed mount to upper wash arm in 2 mins. and it worked perfect I wish everything was that easy !
I removed the two screws that held the old mound in place and installed the new mount, which required only one of the screws I removed. Simple.
Just snap the new part on after mounting the spray arm on the mount with the screw driver. Mount needs to be mounted in properly or the spray arm will not spin.
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