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PartSelect Number PS11747064
This part will fit between the newer type lower wash arm and the wash arm retainer nut of your dishwasher.
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:
Unscrewed the plastic screw by hand, removed spray arm and saw the seal was worn. Did this due to the arm did not spin properly and not getting very clean dishes.Ordered part from Partselect by chance and was lucky I found their site. Parts reorder was very simple.
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removed washer arm installed new bearing ring,thanks for the quick part delivery,will use your parts in future problems thanks Clem
Took off the spray arm and checking against your exploded drawing, I noticed there never had been a wash arm bearing ring! So I orderedf one, it arrived in two days and took 5 minutes to install. No more noise, thanks!
Replaced the spinner washer
remove bottom spinning sprayer, remove busings reinstall.
The washer arm retainer nut was broken and the washer arm was dislodged Decided to replace the sprayarm and wash arm bearing ring as they looked worn. Middle wash arm tube holder had been broken but was wired together. Decide to replace it as well. Fedex deliver the package and I was running the dish washer fifteen minutes later. Great service and a simple repair
I just followed your very easy instructions on the video and it took me about 5 minutes to replace both worn parts.
Oven light - Removed 4 screws, unpluged wiring harness on circuit board (3 plugs), removed old control panel and put new one in - less than 15 minutes Very easy !Dishwasher - Removed spray arm and replaced bearing ring and sprayarm seal - 5 minutes. Very easy !
replaced broken piece with the new one... no tools requiered... excellent service from partselect.com
replaced items in a snap all is good
Removed bottom half of nut with pliers, installed new bearings top and bottom and new retainer nut. Ordered the parts on Sunday, delivered and fixed on Wednesday, Great service as we live in a very remote area.Thanks,,,,,,
A very simple repair EXCEPT: note the angle of the support for the spray arm. It has a subtle cant or offset. If you have it angled the wrong way, the spray arm will rub against the dish rack. It took me a few tries to figure that one out!
My wife and I were about to go out shopping for a new dishwasher as our 14 year old kitchenaid was creating such a racket that the dog was hiding. I removed the wash arm assembly and noticed on closer inspection that the wash arm bearing ring ( essentially a small plastic 3/4" washer with a 1/8 " flange) did not have the same appearance for my model dishwaher as the part depicted on PartSelect.com's web site. The flange had worn off. The wash arm was just wobbling and making horrendous noises. I ordered the wash arm bearing ring and received the part the next day , installed it in 5 minutes and saved myself upwards to $750 for a new dishwasher.. Thanks PartSelect JH... New Jersey
I removed the old parts and put in the new ones. No tools necessary. It was a snap.
I had difficulty determining what was causing the problem. One's first take would be that the door bottom seal was bad, but inspection showed it was more of a drip rail than a seal because it didn't appear to be designed to touch the tub tightly when the door was closed.. Then reading on this site (and others), the idea that the washer arm was tiltiing excessivily was suggested. This would allow the full force of the spray to be directeed at the bottom seal. Since the parts were relatively inexpensive, I replaced the arm bearrling ring, and lower arm seal and the arm retaining nut.. (I could see nothing wrong with the arm itself and the arm was relatively expensive. So, I didn't order it. ) The leak stopped. I noticed that the flange on the old arm bearing ring was narrower than the new one, maybe through wear. But, I am still not sure exactly where/how the water was being splashed or driven toward the door to cause the leak. But, with those parts, it's fixed. Putting the parts in was trivial. Remove the nut, lift the arm off. Set the parts in place, Set the arm back in place. Put th nut back on. The nut is a "thumb nut" . No tools required. A tip: use a folded newspaper below the drip point to catch and make apparent any leak/drip. Drops of water on the paper are easy to spot.
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