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Upper Spray Arm Mount
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PartSelect Number PS11746245
Manufacturer Part Number WP8539324
This upper spray arm mount has been redesigned by the manufacturer, so it not longer requires a clip and screw to be installed. To replace this part, first remove the rack stops from the upper dish rack and pull out the dish rack to work on it. Remove the screw holding the spray arm in place, take off the spray arm and slide out the feeding tube. Flip the rack over to remove the mounting bracket from the mount. Snap the new mount into place and replace the other parts.
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Sibyl from Sparta, NJ
The top spray arm of my dishwasher broke off in my hand.
I removed the screw holding the spray arm to the bracket. I then put on the new bracket and tightened the screw. The bracket just clips on to the top basket of the washer. Easy as pie. Read more...
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Middle Spray Arm Kit
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PartSelect Number PS382824
Manufacturer Part Number 675808
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 spray water 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.
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  • Leaking
  • Noisy
  • Not cleaning dishes properly
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Robert from York, PA
Lower spray arm was not turing properly and causing poor wash results
I noticed the upper bushing washer was worn thin. this caused the lower spray arm to rise too high and wobble during all the wash cycles. Also the rotation of the lower spray arm was wearing grooves in the lower bushing.

I removed the retaining nut and simply replaced teh defective parts. While I was at it I figured equal wear might be evident on the upper spray arm so I bought a complete rebuild kit to bring all rotational parts back to new and equal preformance that was achieved by removing the ss screw and removing the upper spray arm, bushing and clip then replacing them in the order of removal. Noticed a huge difference in the quality of the washed dishes!! Thanks Parts Select 100% to yoru company!!
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Lower Sprayarm Nut
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PartSelect Number PS11745480
Manufacturer Part Number WP8268873
This spray arm nut is used in dishwashers and works as the retaining nut for the lower dishwasher spray arm. The nut makes sure the lower spray arm is secured to the pump housing. If your spray arm is coming off, or your nut is lost or damaged, replacing the part can be a solution to your problem. Remember to unplug dishwasher from power source and disconnect the water supply before you begin this installation. Refer to the manual provided by the manufacturer for further installation instructions.
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patricia from Chicago, IL
Lower sprayarm nut stripped + broken inside Pump outlet
You WILL need a star-tip screwdriver for this COMMON DU915 repair. We already had one.
The plastic "wing" nut which keeps the lower sprayarm attached to the pump assembly cracked inside where the threading on each part meets. Have been reattaching the nut to the Pump outlet for a year or so with super glue and finally found PartSelect.com. My husband had to fix this with a star screwdriver and vice grips (and he is super strong)-- otherwise an easy fix using just the manual supplied by the manufacturer. I just noticed the virtual repairman feature on partselect but we didn't need to go there.
The starhead screws that hold the pump outlet in place were on super tight. Other than that, no problem. It has been a week and the dishwasher works like new.
I ordered the parts online at 9pm at night and had the parts in my mailbox the next day - LESS than 24 hours later. How is that even possible?
Just ask anyone who knows me...I am NOT easy to please when it comes to customer service in any realm of the retail world - I have to say without any doubt PartSelect is the BEST experience I've had in my entire shopping life. It's as if customers run this company. I only wish they sold car parts, groceries, clothes and food.
I will be back to purchase again, I'm sure and I know it will go just as smoothly.
PartSelect.com...Please call me when you are ready to launch an IPO!!!!!!!
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Lower Spray Arm
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PartSelect Number PS11755592
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10491331
This is a lower spray arm for a dishwasher. The lower spray arm allows water to be spread evenly throughout the dishwasher tub with the proper force so dishes come out clean. This spray arm is gray in color and is about 20 inches long. You may need to replace this part if the water is not being distributed.
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Shawn from WEIRTON, WV
Lower spray arm worn out
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Wash Arm Bearing Ring
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PartSelect Number PS11747064
Manufacturer Part Number WP9742946
This part will fit between the newer type lower wash arm and the wash arm retainer nut of your dishwasher.
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  • Leaking
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  • Not cleaning dishes properly
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James from Jacksonville, FL
Dishes not clean and lower wash arm wobbled.
Completely removed lower wash arm and replaced bearing ring and seal. Read more...
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Seal, Lower Sprayarm
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PartSelect Number PS11741334
Manufacturer Part Number WP3376846
This dishwasher lower spray arm seal, or under spray arm bearing ring, is designed with the split by the manufacturer. It is not damaged or defective, and is sourced directly from the original manufacturer. This part is approximately 2 inches in diameter, made of plastic, and is white in color. This part is mounted underneath the dishwasher spray arm and creates a seal between the lower spray arm and the sump housing. To access the seal, remove lower dish rack and unscrew the nut that secures lower spray arm to the remove cover. No tools are required to replace the lower seal on your dishwasher.
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  • Leaking
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James from Jacksonville, FL
Dishes not clean and lower wash arm wobbled.
Completely removed lower wash arm and replaced bearing ring and seal. Read more...
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Lower Spray Arm
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PartSelect Number PS11752743
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10319027
The spray arm rotates and sprays water to clean the dishes inside the dishwasher tub.
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Patricia from TAMPA, FL
The silverware holder, knife must have knocked off arm loose, it then fell and burnt on heater element.
1. Removed the burnt residue left on heating element from the spray arm being knocked off when pulling out the silver ware holder/knife . Step 2: Put the spray arm on and Hand tighten in the correct direction- it will lock into place.. Pull up slightly to confirm this step. If it comes off -try again turning in correct direction. arrows on part.3. Ran dishwasher- opened a few times to make sure it stayed on, which it did. I will now be carefully that no silver ware pokes down between the spaces in silverware holder. Read more...
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Middle Spray Arm
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PartSelect Number PS11755664
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10498900
This is a replacement middle spray arm in your dishwasher. You will find your middle spray arm mounted on the bottom of the middle dish rack. The upper spray arm rotates and sprays water during the operating cycle. If your dishes are not coming out of the dishwasher clean, you may have a malfunctioning middle spray arm. Debris and hard water buildup in your dishwasher can cause the middle spray arm to clog. To replace the spray arm, simply turn the arm counter clockwise to release it from the dish rack. Screw in the new spray arm to complete the repair. This part is sold individually.
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robert from INDIANOLA, IA
replace middle spray arm and water srayer
remove 2 locks on metal roller guides. remove top basket. turn upside down on counter.remove spray arm by pryng one side in and lift out then push other side down and the out. install same as removal. line spray arm and turn clockwise til you hear a click.install basket and install locking plugs. Read more...
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$29.35
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Spinner Kit
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PartSelect Number PS972316
Manufacturer Part Number 8193983
This is also called the 3rd-level spinner. This part works like a little spray arm at the top of your dishwasher.
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paul from erie, CO
spinner kept falling off
i removed the top screw for the water input to the spinner, which gave me enough room to replace the worn nipple pin that the spinner snaps on to. then snapped the new spinner in place. and then screwed everything back into place. Read more...
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Upper Wash Arm Kit
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PartSelect Number PS392681
Manufacturer Part Number 8193504
This part contains the mounting clips and helps distribute water from the top of the dishwasher tub.
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Donald from Sunnyvale, CA
The old upper wash arm fell off.
I dropped the upper rack to its lowest position.
I pulled the upper water channel down from the spring clip [on the top of the washer] to get access to the hole on the top of the front end of the channel. The front end of the channel only drops an inch or two.
I put the new upper wash arm pivot [larger of the two small pieces] through the new upper washer arm from the bottom, placed the assembly up into the hole on the under side of the upper water channel, and snapped in the new keeper [smaller piece] through the hole in the top of the upper washer arm.
Finally, I snapped the upper water channel back into its spring clip. It was not even necessary to remove the racks.
There were no instructions or diagrams with the new parts, so it took me a few minutes to be sure which of the two small parts goes in from the bottom and which goes in from the top. Otherwise, I could have installed the new washer arm in one or two minutes.
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