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PartSelect Number PS11757605
This part is used to house the lower spray arm.
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:
Whoever manufactures this part, hope they read this and strenthen this part. The very thin legs break very easily.I removed the threaded broken-off part from the extension thing. The spay arm came off, since nothing was holding it on any more. I pried the cover off below that - 4 tangs.Then I used needle nose pliers to unto the strange pointed nut that holds the spray arm support in place. Then removed the borken support, replaced with the new and reassembled in the reverse order of disassembly. Really pretty easy.
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Even though there was plenty of water pressure from the pump, the lower arm would not spin. I could move it with my hand but there was too much friction for it to spin. Turns out an item named seal ring (I would call it a slip ring) had become dislodged somehow at the interface between the rotating parts and the stationary parts but I did not learn that until I was able to disassemble it. I could see from the diagram that there were threads at the top of the SPRAY ARM SUPPORT that engaged with the threads in the CENTER SPRAY NOZZLE EXTENSION so I held the arm and tried to unscrew . CRACK! The 4 thin plastic arms in  snapped right off. I then disassembled and found the dislodged seal ring. I concluded that I would never have been able to disassemble without breaking  due to the calcium in the threads (even with repeated applications of vinegar or lime away): the plastic arms are just too wimpy. But the price of a new  was a bargain, I was amazed. Came in 2 days, I re-assembled, now the spray arm spins freely and the dishwasher works again. I will try to remember to use vinegar periodically incase the slip ring dislodges again. This has been a great dishwasher otherwise IMHO( and a bargain price).
The repair was EASY! Took bottom drawer out. Used tool to remove 3 screws that held belly screen and washer arms together. Used needlenose plyers to unscrew long pointed center screw (plastic!) then reassmenbled! Hey BATTA BING BATTA BOOM!
This is the second time I've purchased parts from PartSelect.com. Actually called Lowe's parts hotline and got disconnected three times. Went online with PartSelect.com and purchased the items within 5 minutes. Parts arrived within 2 days. Will definitely be purchasing parts from PartSelect.com again when needed!!!
I hand screwed the pieces together and screwed them by hand into the proper location in the dish washer. I turned on the dishwasher and it worked !!!!My dishwasher hasn't been working for 6 years because of this broken part and I couldn't afford the house call of a tech. When I found your site I realized I could do it myself !ALL HAIL PARTSELECT.COM!!!!!!!!Thanks to your diagrams and easy to order parts I am a happy homemaker !!!!!
It was simple. My wife unscrewed the spray arm support nut and then, replaced it with the new parts. It was very simple. My wife was able to do it all by her self.
Read the Diagram on Parts Select Site and it only took me about 15 Minutes to disassamble and install the New Parts. Very Easy once I read the Schematic on the site.
romoved 3 screws, removed spray arm support nut. pulled off spray arm support, replaced new spray arm support and spray arm support nut
Popped off the plactic screen filter (3 screws). Droped in the new Spary Arm and put back together.You guys are AWESOME! I ordered the part on a Wednesday afternoon and received it Thursday morning. So all and all I didn't even have to wash any dishes by hand.
removed lower dish basket. then removed 3 screws lifted element cover and removed center hold down nut lifted spray nozzle nad installed new parts. dishwasher is working like new. thanks for asking.
Order the part from Parts Select...received the part the next day...very easy and affordable. Will definitely use Parts Select again.
I took off the pump cover, removed the broken part. The support was broken at the threaded area so I needed to remove both pieces. Then I just used the diagram to see how all the pieces fit back together. I always take a picture too just in case I don't remember how it should go back.Super easy repair.
Exploded diagram was/is great - made it much easier to see what needed to be disassembled to clear clog (unfortunately i found this after the parts broke). Parts were eaasy to identify and select, delivered on time, and reasonably priced. All up, repair completely successful.
Well somehow when no one in the family was watching, a fork got below the dish rack and knocked the fan off which melted the spray nozzle and the jump-up sprayer as well as snapping the lower spray arm support.All the parts are real easy to put on, no tools required, just turn right to tighten! Also you need to know which part goes on top of the other, but its not hard to figure out.
Relatively easy annd inexpensive ($20) DIY repair. However, to have Maytag repairman complete job would have been FAR more costly. Thanks to PartsSelect for very quick delivery of OEM part. Scott in NJ
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