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PartSelect Number PS2097450
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:
First I disconnected the dishwasher electric, water supply and discharge hoses. I then pulled the dishwasher out. After opening the door, I removed the retainer clip holding the upper wash arm, then the nut holding the top shower hose in place. Close the door and lean the dishwasher on its side to get at the underside where the other end of the hose is. Loosen the hose clamp and remove the top shower hose. Reassemble everything in reverse order. In hindsight, I didn't need to buy the new hose clamp or the tub top washer (I reused the originals). Good luck!
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The problem was the rubber end on the upper shower head pipe at the pump. Not to hard . Slide dishwaser half way ouy the ptpe is on the right side.The bottom end is is just a clamp the top drops in from the top, inside there is a nut above the upper shower head. You can unsrew the nut with your fingers, it is right above the upper shower head.There it a washer at the top of the pipe that should be replaced that doesnot come with the pipe
Hardest part is removing unit from under counter. Degree of difficulty will depend on how plumbing and electric are connected to unit. In my case the supply hose, electrrical cable and waste hose all had plenty of slack and unit only has to come out about 20" to get to top tub connection. The leak was on the rubber connection that attaches the hard plastic hose to the pump under the tub. That attaches with a standard automotive type screw band clamp. The other end goes into the top of the drum and atttached into the uppper spray arm with a plastic nut (I replaced the rubber washer when changing this side just to be safe.) Level of difficulty for me was easy but if you are not familiar with dishwasher installation and connections, could be time consuming. And obviously had to discern where leak was before ordering parts. I had taped it with black electrical tape as a temporary fix to make sure that was the part that was leaking. It was not obvious as it was just a small pinhole.
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