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Lower Spray Arm - Gray
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PartSelect Number PS1020205
Manufacturer Part Number WD22X10047
The lower spray arm is mounted to the bottom of your dishwasher tub, and it rotates and sprays water to clean the dishes in the lower dish rack. This spray arm is made of gray plastic, and is approximately 20 inches in width. The lower spray arm will not spin if it has become clogged with debris and hard water deposits from your dishwasher, if it has become jammed by silverware, causing it to melt, or if the bottom of the spray arm has become disconnected from the bottom of the tub. If the spray arm encounters any of these issues, it will need to be replaced. To replace the spray arm, remove the lower dish rack and simply unscrew the old arm. Screw the new spray arm in until it locks into place.
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Installation Instructions
Ric from Henderson, NV
Diswasher wasn't cleaning the dishs because the spray arms were clogged with calcium deposits.
Replacement of the arms is very simple, the bottom arm pulls out after turning it counter clockwise, no tool needed. The upper arms need the use of a nut driver or simlar tool to remove the hex screws holding them to the water supply tubes. The hardest part of the repair will be removing the top dish tray. This requires twisting the door slide end retainers outward to remove them and then the dish tray will slide out allowing easy removal of the arm. The top arm is mounted the body of unit.
This problem would not have occurred if there was an inline filter on the cold side to filter out calcium (whole house filter). Another way to have corrected this without the purchase of parts would be to run the dishwasher on the rinse cycle 3 or 4 times using 1 cup of lime away on each rinse and also by removing the arms and soaking the arms in a 50/50 solution of water and lime away for 24 hours. This will break down the calicum and enable the arms to be cleaned using a garden hose. New parts however save time and labor in cleaning the arms, however the main drain and supply lines to the arms still need the rinsing prior to replacing the new parts.
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Upper Spray Arm
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PartSelect Number PS11729217
Manufacturer Part Number WD35X20794
This part is the upper spray arm for your dishwasher. The spray arm is made of plastic and is approximately 10 inches wide. The upper spray arm is mounted to the top of the dishwasher tub, and rotates during the cycle to ensure that your dishes are washed evenly. If your spray arm is clogged or damaged, your dishes may not clean evenly, and you will need to replace the spray arm. To access the spray arm, you will need to remove the top dish rack, then simply unscrew the old arm. Screw the replacement arm in, replace the dish rack and your repair is complete.
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Mary from EASTON, PA
Upper arm had disconnected, and had fallen onto heating element at bottom of unit and melted.
The part simply snapped in and worked perfectly. Read more...
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Lower Spray Arm
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PartSelect Number PS1765984
Manufacturer Part Number WD22X10055
This is a replacement lower wash arm assembly for your dishwasher. The lower spray arm is mounted to the bottom of your dishwasher tub and will rotate and spray water during the wash cycle. The spray arm has small holes that spray the water, and these can become clogged with debris and hard water buildup inside your dishwasher. The spray arm can also become jammed if silverware falls into the main tub during the cycle. These problems can cause the spray arm to malfunction, which will result in your dishes coming out of the dishwasher unclean. This part is made of white plastic and is sold individually.
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Installation Instructions
Larry from Fort Worth, TX
Telescopic sprayer assembly in the Spray Arm Weld broke top element popped out
First off on this model, if one of the telescopic spray arm weld assembly comes out it is NOT repairable you have to replace the whole part.
The assembly on my model number was simple you do NOT have to PRY anything out...(I broke the base spray arm trying to shove a screw driver into the Spray arm weld.(You could try this but chances are the plastic will break and I recommend replacing both parts why not???.)
There are two bolts on the sump protector basket that has to be removed first. They are 1/4 inch.
Once that cover is free there is a bolt (also 1/4 inch) on the base spray arm it is easy to see but hard to get to I used a very thin open ended wrench
1/3 turn at a time till I could get the socket on it.
Next there is a rubber gromet like thingy that just pulls loose remove it also.
Next take the spanner wrench (I used one with a rubber belt) wrap around base spray arm and turn counter clockwise it just unscrews.

reassembly is simple but this is GE so I inspected the sump and found one medal impeller and one black screw at the bottom!!!!!
The impeller is threaded and just screws onto the shaft (look at the diagrams on this web site to see placement.)
Throw the screw away it does nothing except if left there jacks up the impeller I am guessing it fell out of some factory workers pocket.
If after you put all the parts back in and the washer does not drain check your reassembly if you don't line the parts up just right the unit will not drain.
Don't forget the rubber grommet (not sure what it does but it's easy to replace after all is assembled) also there is a metal washer that is inbetween the base spray arm and the spray arm weld put it back before you click those two parts together it protect the plastic from wearing it is a bearing!!
If you found this site you are doing really good This site had all the diagrams I was looking for I love you guys you so rock!!! I wish the diagrams were bigger but they were adequate. GE 's site was no help and I doubt I will ever buy another one from them.
Good luck just remember look at the parts diagrams before attempting the repair.
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Middle Spray Arm
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PartSelect Number PS1015640
Manufacturer Part Number WD22X10046
Your dishwasher’s middle spray arm is connected to the top dish rack, and moves the water around to clean the dishes. If your dishwasher is noisy, or it is not cleaning the dishes properly, you may need to replace the middle spray arm. You should also replace the part if the holes on the spray arm are clogged, or the arm itself is cracked or broken. To replace the middle spray arm, simply unscrew the old spray arm and screw in the new one. This part is sold individually and is made of white plastic. It is approximately 20 inches in width.
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Installation Instructions
Ric from Henderson, NV
Diswasher wasn't cleaning the dishs because the spray arms were clogged with calcium deposits.
Replacement of the arms is very simple, the bottom arm pulls out after turning it counter clockwise, no tool needed. The upper arms need the use of a nut driver or simlar tool to remove the hex screws holding them to the water supply tubes. The hardest part of the repair will be removing the top dish tray. This requires twisting the door slide end retainers outward to remove them and then the dish tray will slide out allowing easy removal of the arm. The top arm is mounted the body of unit.
This problem would not have occurred if there was an inline filter on the cold side to filter out calcium (whole house filter). Another way to have corrected this without the purchase of parts would be to run the dishwasher on the rinse cycle 3 or 4 times using 1 cup of lime away on each rinse and also by removing the arms and soaking the arms in a 50/50 solution of water and lime away for 24 hours. This will break down the calicum and enable the arms to be cleaned using a garden hose. New parts however save time and labor in cleaning the arms, however the main drain and supply lines to the arms still need the rinsing prior to replacing the new parts.
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Lower Spray Arm Base
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PartSelect Number PS1765974
Manufacturer Part Number WD12X10244
This part fits just under the fine filter assembly and supports the lower spray arm.
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  • Not cleaning dishes properly
  • Not draining
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Installation Instructions
Larry from Fort Worth, TX
Telescopic sprayer assembly in the Spray Arm Weld broke top element popped out
First off on this model, if one of the telescopic spray arm weld assembly comes out it is NOT repairable you have to replace the whole part.
The assembly on my model number was simple you do NOT have to PRY anything out...(I broke the base spray arm trying to shove a screw driver into the Spray arm weld.(You could try this but chances are the plastic will break and I recommend replacing both parts why not???.)
There are two bolts on the sump protector basket that has to be removed first. They are 1/4 inch.
Once that cover is free there is a bolt (also 1/4 inch) on the base spray arm it is easy to see but hard to get to I used a very thin open ended wrench
1/3 turn at a time till I could get the socket on it.
Next there is a rubber gromet like thingy that just pulls loose remove it also.
Next take the spanner wrench (I used one with a rubber belt) wrap around base spray arm and turn counter clockwise it just unscrews.

reassembly is simple but this is GE so I inspected the sump and found one medal impeller and one black screw at the bottom!!!!!
The impeller is threaded and just screws onto the shaft (look at the diagrams on this web site to see placement.)
Throw the screw away it does nothing except if left there jacks up the impeller I am guessing it fell out of some factory workers pocket.
If after you put all the parts back in and the washer does not drain check your reassembly if you don't line the parts up just right the unit will not drain.
Don't forget the rubber grommet (not sure what it does but it's easy to replace after all is assembled) also there is a metal washer that is inbetween the base spray arm and the spray arm weld put it back before you click those two parts together it protect the plastic from wearing it is a bearing!!
If you found this site you are doing really good This site had all the diagrams I was looking for I love you guys you so rock!!! I wish the diagrams were bigger but they were adequate. GE 's site was no help and I doubt I will ever buy another one from them.
Good luck just remember look at the parts diagrams before attempting the repair.
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ARM SPRAY UPPER Assembly
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PartSelect Number PS3511316
Manufacturer Part Number WD22X10084
The upper spray arm helps distribute water from the top of the dishwasher tub.
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Installation Instructions
Ric from Henderson, NV
Diswasher wasn't cleaning the dishs because the spray arms were clogged with calcium deposits.
Replacement of the arms is very simple, the bottom arm pulls out after turning it counter clockwise, no tool needed. The upper arms need the use of a nut driver or simlar tool to remove the hex screws holding them to the water supply tubes. The hardest part of the repair will be removing the top dish tray. This requires twisting the door slide end retainers outward to remove them and then the dish tray will slide out allowing easy removal of the arm. The top arm is mounted the body of unit.
This problem would not have occurred if there was an inline filter on the cold side to filter out calcium (whole house filter). Another way to have corrected this without the purchase of parts would be to run the dishwasher on the rinse cycle 3 or 4 times using 1 cup of lime away on each rinse and also by removing the arms and soaking the arms in a 50/50 solution of water and lime away for 24 hours. This will break down the calicum and enable the arms to be cleaned using a garden hose. New parts however save time and labor in cleaning the arms, however the main drain and supply lines to the arms still need the rinsing prior to replacing the new parts.
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Fine Filter Hub Nut
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PartSelect Number PS259078
Manufacturer Part Number WD12X10061
This is the replacement fine filter hub nut for your dishwasher. It is made of white plastic and is approximately 3 inches in diameter. The fine filter hub nut is also known as the lower spray arm hub nut, and it connects the lower spray arm to the hub. If the hub nut breaks, it can cause the spray arm to wobble during operation and this can result in a strange noise. To replace this part, first remove the spray arm by turning it counter clockwise, then do the same with the hub nut. Install the new hub nut by turning it counter clockwise, then replace the lower spray arm. This part is sold individually and is an OEM part from the manufacturer.
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Christopher from St Augustine, FL
Rate chewed drain hose up.
Removed screws that held dishwasher under cabinet...pulled out DW...removed old part...replaced with new....easier than falling off a stump. Read more...
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UPPER SPRAY Assembly
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PartSelect Number PS3486937
Manufacturer Part Number WD22X10081
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$70.28
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Third Level Spray Arm
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PartSelect Number PS755622
Manufacturer Part Number WD28X10103
Water is forced through this spray arm by the unit's pump and motor assembly. The force of the water propels the spray arms, spraying water and detergent onto the dishes on the dishrack. This spray arm does not come with the screws.
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Installation Instructions
Aaron from Liberty Township, OH
Washing poorly, leaving particles of food on top of the dishes, not draining completely, ceiling spray arm not spinning (bent up to the ceiling)
The lower spray arm unscrews. From inside the dishwahser, put a screwdriver through the tab slots and unscrew the tower from the floor. It's pretty tight for plastic.
The upper spray arm has screws on the top of the dishwasher. You must slide the dishwasher out from underneath the countertop to get to the screws. Normally that's just the two screws above the door that screw into the countertop. Pull the insulation back and unscrew the arm from the top of the dishwasher. Reverse to reinstall.
Piston and nut assembly for check valve: Inside the dishwasher at the back there are 2 screws that hold a screen down. Remove the screen. Take out the check valve and replace it. It was still functional in mine, it looked like food gunk had built up on it and impeded the check valve action.
The flapper chec is a rubber flap in the drain tube that connects to your sink drain. You have to pull the dishwasher out from under the sink to get to the end of the drain tube that connects to the dishwasher. Take the hose clamp loose and remove the drain tube from the dishwasher. Then unscrew the plastic fitting that you just took the drain tube off of. The flapper chec is there. It had turned brittle and didn't flap anymore. It is a similar setup to the rubber seal at the end of your garden hose.
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Wash Arm Kit
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PartSelect Number PS6011684
Manufacturer Part Number WD35X10393
This kit includes the lower and middle spray arms. Water is forced through this spray arm by the unit's pump and motor assembly. The force of the water propels the spray arms, spraying water and detergent onto the dishes on the dishrack.
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Installation Instructions
Bruce from MOBILE, AL
Lower wash arm broken
Twist counter clockwise to remove clockwise to install Read more...

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