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PartSelect Number PS382824
This kit has been redesigned. The supply tube is now one piece. This spray arm kit comes with an upper spray arm, holder, water supply tube and a screw. This kit does NOT include the upper support or mount.
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.
First of all it was Easter Dinner and the mount borke. Ughhh... I driled some holes and inserted wire to give it the McGiver effect to get me by. Even the mother in law was impressed! Once new parts arrived I only needed a screwdriver. Be carfeul when screwing in the new screw to hold the new sparyer to the new mount. GO SLOW..Let the plastic "give" as you tighten the screw. To fast and you could twist the new monting shaft off. And just barely snug up the screw. Being to tight, the hot water may expand the plastic durring cylcles and cause undo stress.
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I removed the end clips so I could slide out the upper rack........I recommend doing this carefully inorder to reuse the clips. All the repairs were easy..........at first I thought the lower arm was not tightened enough, but a simple search told me that it is supposed to "wobble".Thank you for making it so easy to find the right parts. You do an excellent job of organizing parts by model #.
Removed the screw from the old mount, installed the new mount and hung the arm. Could not have been a simpler process! Also really appreciated the ease of finding the part I needed o the website, and the info that told me I didn't have to order a new hanging ring by stating that it's supposed to have an opening at the 3:00 position.
first I removed the Bracket screw underneath of the upper rack , after that I removed the Bracket with my hand by bushing it downward (it removed complete assembly "Bracket & Spray Arm kit") the I removed the other screw to remove the Bracket completely, then I installed the new part's by reversing all above steps, finally I installed the Two screws back again.It is so easy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
First, I compared the parts visually. The mount is a slightly different design. I removed the old mount/spray arm and tube by removing the single screw through the upper mount and un-clipping the rear tube mount. Next I assembled the new parts using the old spray arm as a guide. Note: Installing the new screw for the spray arm into the new mount proved very difficult and I needed to enlarge the pilot hole slightly in order to assemble. I proceeded to attach the new mount to the upper rack and installing the rear tube mount. The new design of the mount eliminated the need for the upper mount and even if I wanted to install it, it will not fit the new design. Overall, an easy repair with a couple of hiccups.
Was having trouble for a couple of years that my top rack wasn't getting clean. Didn't check it out until my son bought a new dishwasher and hubby installed it. Couldn't believe the holes in the spray arm, went online googled it, found the part and in 2 days the part was at our door. Was very easy to install and now my dishes are very clean again!
Held on by 2 small screwws, it was very easy to remove and replace the unit. The new piece fit good and works great. I'll keep this dishwasher much longer with the help of PartSelect!
I removed the broken part, went on your website, easily identified the need parts, order the parts, received them in four days ( a weekend was involved) and within about ten minutes of receiving the parts the dishwasher was fixed. We saved ourselves a repair visit and about $150.00. Thanks
The repair was easy...just removed a screw and 2 clips for the process. The repair kit came in 1 solid plastic piece molded together verses 3 seperate pieces (2 plastic end pieces and 1 rubber hose) like the original factory parts. There was 3 cm difference between the factory and repair part...still worked, just not what I expected.
I removed the screw from the top dishwasher tray and then proceeded to remove the screw undernearth the spray jets. There were several parts that needed to be removed after the screws were taken off. They basically all came apart fairly easily.Some parts I needed to keep and re-use, but most of them were replaced with the new Spray arm kit.The kit included a new spray jet and the tubing that I needed to orginally replace. All the new parts were installed, using some of the old parts to complete the installation. I basically just remembered how everything was disassembled so that I could re-assemble the new parts. Otherwise, I would have had a hard time, since there were no step-by-step instructions.It was fairly easy to figure things out, as most parts fit together nicely. Then I could use the 2 screws to tighten everything (which was much easier said than done).
I played the video, and used the step by step instructions. I am considered a "girly girl" and was overwhelmingly proud that I, alone, was able to change the parts, as well as, save a bunch of money by doing this myself! Thank you Parts Select.
This was so easy. My husband removed the old and screwed in the new and for $50 we saved the price of a new dishwasher.Great website! So easy to find parts and order!
After nearly 2 hours of looking, Mr. Appliance finally discovered that the rubber manifold to the upper spray arm had a big hole in it. The replacement manifold is plastic, not rubber, and requires that the upper spray arm be replaced also. There are two screws holding the manifold and spray arm to the upper rack. It' will save you time if you only unscrew the bottom screw! The bearing for the lower spray arm was badly worn allowing the arm to wobble. This wobble might been the major problem related to water leak. Excessive wobble can create an unwanted wave action in the dishwater, causing water to leak under the front door. The bearing was very easy to replace. I also ordered a new pump outlet seal, but did not install it since the dishwasher works like new and doesn't leak water anymore. While checking earlier for possible leaks, the lower front panels were removed. The sound insulation on one of the panels was wet due to water leaking under the door. Reinstalling the panels, after allowing the insulation to dry, was the hardest and most time consuming part of the repair.
These parts were VERY easy to install. The dishwasher works perfectly now.
Removed the old door gasket and gently pushed the new one in place in less than 5 mins .The new one fit perfectly, and.......No leaks !The cracked upper spray arm assebly also was disassembled in 5 mins, and quickly replaced without any problems...All parts fit and worked great.
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