2099151-1-S-Whirlpool-99001587-Upper Spray Arm Nut
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Upper Spray Arm Nut

PartSelect Number PS2099151

It attaches to the spray arm to help hold it in place.

This part works with the following brands: Whirlpool, Admiral, Estate, Inglis, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Roper, Maytag, Crosley, Jenn-Air, Hardwick, Magic Chef, Amana, Caloric & Glenwood.

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Upper Spray Arm

Part Number 2099150

The upper spray arm helps distribute water from the top of the dishwasher tub.

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Level of DifficultyReally easy

Time to do repair:Less than 15 mins

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CustomerRoger from Sullivan IN

Sprayer arm started falling off during wash cycle

Unscrewed old plastic nut. Attached (snapped) new sprayer arm to new nut & screwed it on. Repairs just don't get much easier than this!

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CustomerRhonda from Lakebay WA

Upper spray arm kept popping out

I just unscrewed the old nut and screwed in the new one and popped in the spray arm. It actually took me longer to type this than to make the repair. It was awesome!

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Customerstu from porterville CA

The upper spray arm would fall off during use.Worn spray arm nut.

Loosen the upper spray arm nut and replace. Snap the upper spray arm into nut and it was fixed.

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CustomerRex from Prairieville LA

Upper spray arm kept falling off

I ordered the Upper spray arm nut along with the Upper spray arm assembly. Removed the old nut by hand, screwed on the new nut and snapped in the new spray arm. The nut was worn to the point that the arm wouldn't stay on. If you have to replace one, replace them both. The dishwasher is working like new again.

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CustomerJeanne from Summerville SC

Spray arm kept falling off

Went shopping for a new dishwasher. Then I read some repair stories on your website that matched my problem exactly. I decided I had nothing to loose. Ordered the 2 parts that others had used. I screwed in the upper spray arm nut and snapped in the upper spray arm assembly. The repair was quick and sooo.. easy. I'm so glad I read the repair reviews! And to think I was about to shell out big bucks to get a new dishwasher. Your site saved me hundreds!

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CustomerRick from West Baden IN

Dishwasher was leaking and the upper spray arm was falling off during washing cycles.

The repair was easy. I just pulled out the old door gasket and cleaned the area where it was and installed the new gasket by just pushing it in the door channel. This took about 10 minutes. Then I replaced the upper spray arm by taking the old plastic nut off by turning it by hand and replacing it with a new one. After doing this I just pushed the spray arm up into it till it locked in. This took about 5 minutes. All together to fix my project it took about 15 minutes. But the best part is the dishwasher does not leak any more and runs as it should. Thanks Part Select for your quality parts, great service and fast shipping.

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CustomerMike from Medford OR

Upper spray arm keeps falling off

Unscrewed the spray arm nut and installed the new one. Snapped the spray arm into the hole in the nut.

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Customerjeffrey from cedar city UT

Upper spray arm fell out of top of dishwasher

once receiving the parts, I reached into the dishwasher and unscrewed the upper spray arm nut by hand to remove it. Compared the old part to the new one before installation and found that the hole in the old one was considerably larger due to wear over many years. I then proceeded to screw the new upper spray arm nut back into place, again by hand until tight. I unpacakged the upper spray arm, snapped it into place and was finished. Simple as that.
Ran the dishwasher through a rinse cycle to make sure the part did not fall off again and it did not.
Thanks for the other stories on your website that helped me diagnose and repair my dishwasher.
Jeff Catella

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CustomerWilliam from Davenport FL

Snapped and screwed in.

Unscrewed old holding part. (Spray arm had already fallen out due to excessive wear) Tightened in arm and VOILA!!

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CustomerMerita from St. Louis MO

The upper spray arm wouldn't stay in its position. The nut was worn out.

I replaced the old parts with the new ones.

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CustomerAnita from Calhoun KY

Spray arm keeps falling off during wash

If the spray arm is falling off...be sure and order a new spray arm and a new spray arm nut because most likely both are wore out which makes it keep falling off. I did not know this and had to make two orders after I figured it out. With that said....when you get your parts....pop the spray arm into the nut and screw the nut back into the dishwasher.....15 second job :)

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CustomerJoyce from Washington DC

The upper spray arm fell off and melted in dishwasher

unscrewed old nut, replaced it with the new nut and then inserted the upper spray arm into it.
It was great, and the dishwasher works perfectly again. I also want to mention that the part was received the day after I ordered it, I could not be more pleased. Thanks I would give the highest rating to the service.

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