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PartSelect Number PS734590
This part is the top spinner located at the very top of the wash tub. Water passes through all the spinners causing it to dispense all around the tub.
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:
Carefully unscrewed the top screw holding the spray arm so it doesn't fall into the tub.Pull down the arm gently and pop out any remaining parts from the old spinner.While the spray arm is pulled down, snap the two parts of the spinner together: one from above the spray arm, and one from below the spray arm. (you need to snap them together before you screw the spray arm back, because it won't snap together otherwise.)Rescrew the spray arm and you are done.
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First I removed the screw from the top water tube and then the upper screw from the vertical water tube at the back of the dishwasher. That gave enough flex to the tube assembly for access to the area I needed to get to, without having to remove it. Then I removed the old spinner retainer and installed the new one. I then snapped the spinner to the new retainer pin, put the tube back into position, and re-installed the screws -- and I was done.
Bent the plastic housing down holding the spinner. Slipped the top of clip in slot on top of housing. Attached spinner and bottom of clip by holding top clip and pushing bottom of clip in place. No tools were needed.
The part snaps on using two plastic retainers (included). You have to pull down gently on the feed tube at the top of the dishwasher to set the top retainer. After that it's a piece of cake.
Loosened 1 screw to access spinner button. Removed broken spinner button, replaced it with new button,snapped spinner and wedge on button ,replaced screw and was done in about 2 minutes. Thanks for the pictures of installation and the quick shipping of parts. Not to mention the money saved by doing it without a repairman. Thank you
gently pulled down the plastic housing for the spinner, pulled the old spinner and other end of plug out, replace all 3 parts (sandwiched the spinner with the male female parts) done!about 45 seconds total - no kidding!thanks much for the great website and comments/feedbackand by the way.... i ordered the part in the afternoon online, next day in the mail i received the part. unbelievably fast service.thanks again!//dave
I hooked the pivot on the rack, poof!! Done. I put the spinner pieces together, (they don't need any tools) then I just snapped them in the upper "hole" where they belong and voila!! Done.
removed one screw holding the water tube up; gently pulled tube down to access male plug; removed worn plug, inserted new plug; snapped spinner and female plug from the bottom; replaced water tube screw.
It honestly took more time to take the dishwasher baskets out than the actual repair. Once the baskets were out, I put a piece of newspaper over the lower drain in case I dropped a part or the screw. I removed the top screw to access the broken part, removed it, and installed the new spinner. I put the screw back in and 2 minutes later, the dishwasher was in use once again.Too easy!
took less than a minute to snap it in place.
Took 2 screws out of intake tube and replaced spinner. It was very easy.
There is a button that connects the spinner. It wore out, and the spinner fell into the top rack after a use of a cycle one day. Your diagram of the dishwasher was very helpful to understand what part to order. Your delivery was swift, and we only had to hand wash dishes for three days. Thank you for your excellent web page design and service. I will use your company again!
Easy as pie. If you can build with Legos you can do this. It takes about 60 seconds! Really. Just follow the instructions given by others (although I did not remove the upper screw, I just carefully pulled the upper arm down about 1"). Insert the keeper button in the top, insert the spinner in the bottom and snap together!
I first removed the upper rack. Using a Phillips screwdriver, I removed both the upper and back wall screws, holding the rinse tube.(be careful not to drop screws) The new kit has a spinner, cup type washer and pin. The pin (this the part that actually failed) will fall or push out from the upper side of the rinse tube when the screws are removed and you push downward on rinse tube. Simply place the cup type washer through the solid side of the spinner (curled plastic molded side twirls the water over dishes) and install the new pin from the upper side of the rinse tube, while holding spinner and washer. Push pin until it snaps in place. (don't need too much pressure) Re-install the rinse tube using Phillips screws and you're done!
There is a plastic part in the dishwasher that looks like a hurricane symbol. It's called a Spinner and it disperses water during the wash and rinse cycles. It is located on the top of the inside of the dishwasher. Unfortunately there is a small plastic part that holds the Spinner in place. This plastic part wears out after a few years and requires replacement. I have replaced it twice - part number 8519736. Very easy to replace - unscrew one screw and put in the part (three separate component) - obvious how it works. Good luck.
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