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PartSelect Number PS382824
This middle spray arm kit includes an upper spray arm, a holder or hanger, water supply tube or delivery tube, split ring seal, and a screw. The function of these parts is to allow water to spray to all levels of the dishwasher so the dishes will come out completely clean. This kit has recently been redesigned. It does not include the upper support or mount, so consider ordering those parts as well if necessary. The spray arm is approximately 18 inches long, and all parts are white in colour. The only tool you will need to complete this repair is a Phillips screw driver.
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:
**Please note: This is a redesigned part. The top mounting clip and screw are no longer needed.
I removed one screw, pulled out the old parts, put in the new and replaced the screw. Couldn't have been easier and saved me a service call and fee! And the parts arrived in about two days between Christmas and New Year's! Amazing!
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Removed the top dish rack. Removed one screw holding the spray arm. Installed the new one and placed the new water inlet holder to the top rack. Replace the top dish back in the tracks. Easy repair!
Removed bolts & clips holding old spray arm in place. Replaced with new parts. New parts fit perfectly and dishwasher is back to nearly new working order (upper rack dishes are so much cleaner!). Being that the appliance has been used almost daily for the past 11 years, we thought we'd need to replace it. For $25 we fixed it ourselves - and hopefully it will last a few more years. This is our 2nd repair using PartSelect - thanks for saving us money!
This was super easy. With just a socket wrench, I unscrewed the top and bottom bolts. Removed the old parts. Placed the new parts on and screwed the bolts back on and poof, fixed. No technical parts to remove or anything. It took longer to open the plastic to get the parts out than to put the new parts on. And to think I considered calling a repair man! That would have been an expensive fix compared to doing this myself.
I looked at the diagram offered on this site to figure out what I needed (easy!), ordered the parts (easy!), got the parts (easy!), then tried putting them on (frustrating at first!) I tried to see how it worked before putting it together, but didn't think the parts would fit. So I put it together with the screws, and it all fit perfectly. Easy!
All you had to do was slide the top rack out, remove the end clips and remove the rack. Once the rack was out you flip it over remove the screw holding the arm, remove the old arm and screw in the new arm. Make sure your clearance is good, slide the rack back into the dishwasher and replace the end clips.
Removed spray arm and replaced new spray arm with the help of u-tube video.
I left the repairs in my husbands capable hands and walked away. I now have a "new" dishwasher. Thank you for having what was needed.
Very simple, I trashed the old parts and connected the new parts with only one tool, a Phillips head screwdriver.
Removed old and replaced with new. However, my records show that I ordered the bottom rack and spray arm kit. Part Select sent the top rack with the spray arm attached. Rather than returning the parts, i used the top rack and put the spray arm kit into my household inventory. I may try again later for the lower rack.
Started with Sears and they sent the wrong part. Found Parts Select on line and they sent what I needed.First i removed the upper tray by removing the end clips on the sliders to give me access. I then removed the old spray arm by removing the upper and lower screws. I installed the new spray arm, snapped on the supply line retainer and reinstalled the upper tray.Easy as pie with the right parts.
I removed the old spray arm, using a screwdriver and plier. I found it easier to do this after I removed the whole upper tray, which I was able to do after popping out the cotter pins on both sides of the tray and turning the tray upside down. Then I installed the new spray arm kit, using just a screwdriver (it only goes in one way), reinstalled the tray and cotter pins and was done. One caution, make sure the clip holding the hose is mounted exactly where it should be or the new spray arm will not spin. Just check to make sure it spins properly.
Replaced old spary arm assembly and replaced with new one.
Installed all parts. Dish washer still leaks. Wasted my time and money.
Removed the top rack by unclipping four clipsRemoved hexhead screw that held the spray arm and tube to the rackInstalled new spray arm and tube reusing original hex screwReinstalled top rackSwitch out broken Tine Flexrow clipsReplace lid on silverware baskets and set into place
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