1 of 3 people found this instruction helpful
Level of Difficulty: A Bit Difficult
Time to do repair: More than 2 hours
Customer: John from Matthews, NC
Jennair dual end combination retainer clip was not available. Jenn-air redesign parts and their redesign contains tines no longer available.
Rail and Rack assembly items 2, 3, 4 and 5 have been reengineered for my model JDB2100AWS dishwasher. My dishwasher does not have the tines snapping into the rack assembly front and rear sides. They are free standing held in place with a one dual end combination retainer clip and pivot clip that snaps on the rack assembly bottom mesh. Jenn-air tines were not available. I thought Matag Tines may work.
The Maytag tines P/N PS2099035 and PS2099036 will not work without some modification to the parts (i.e., bending and cutting) and the color does not match (i.e., light gray vs. dark gray). However, they did provide the insight to modify the existing Jenn-air tines. This may help other customers.
Modifying the existing Jenn-air tines:
1) Install the latch parts below.
2) Position the existing tine vertical member in the latch.
3) Mark the horizontal bar end that will extend outside of the rack to be cut (about 1/2").
Note: Follow good safe practices when cutting the metal tine. Recommend using a Dremel tool and vice to secure the tine.
4) Cut the tine horizontal bar end that extends outside of the rack (about 1/2").
5) Install the parts.
Parts used and available:
#4, P/N 99003190 (LATCH, FOLD AWAY TINE (FRT)) - QTY 1
#4, P/N 99003189 (LATCH, FOLD AWAY TINE (REAR))- QTY 1
#5, P/N 99003188 (PIVOT, FOLD AWAY TINE) - QTY 4
If needed, I can e-mail you a photo of the final assembly.
0 of 3 people found this instruction helpful
Level of Difficulty: Really Easy
Time to do repair: Less than 15 mins
Customer: Ann from Fishers, IN
Replace dishwasher tine
Just popped out the old one and popped the new one in. Took about a minute! Delivery of my part was fast. Good experience!