Hello Folks. Just spent the last 45 mins on my back under the SHU 9950's door, with a kettle of (cold!) water sitting just above the soap dispenser - the door will spring back up with the front removed. Basically there are three "components" to the shim: the flat side, the short comb side and the longer comb side. The way that worked for me was, with the door elevated about 20 degrees, I slotted in the top five flanges, having already placed the shim in the middle of the insulation cutout area on the door-front, flat side against the door, long comb closest to the door-front's side. You should push the short comb flush up against the insulation, so that the shim will be clear of the two door pieces when you fit them together. The shims seem to serve 2 purposes: preventing the door from torqueing as well as allowing the door to open perpendicular to the unit. Good luck!
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hi u need to unplug take unit outside (lots of water will come out) tip over onto side .. u might have to remove a cover.. if not on the front of machine there is a metal cover undo two screws remove cover u will see the pump disconnect and clean out if nothing is there change pump to a new one... put back together make sure its back correctly or u will flood your home:) good luck.07779933829 uk
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This just happened to me. The spinner arm fell off. It left behind two pieces of plastic attached to the roof of the machine: a grey sunburst shape, and within that, a white circle with two prongs. It looks like the spinner arm should snap onto the white circle with prongs . . . but you can't just press it back on, because there is no resistance on the other side and the white circle just becomes displaced instead of snapping together.
But the good news is that the grey sunburst screws on and off! Unscrew it until it comes free from the roof of your machine. Now snap the white circle and the spinner arm together, with the grey sunburst between them. Give it a test spin to make sure it's all together and working, and then screw the whole assembly back onto the roof of your dishwasher.
Apologies for the lack of pictures . . . this must sound crazy to anyone who's not looking at what I'm looking at--but it worked!
They go in the lower section of the door panel to prevent it from bowing and popping. If you look at how the insulation is cut you will see, I think they face sideways. You may also have an imprint on the sheetmetal of the door about 4" up from bottom if I recall
My chopper cover was held in place by two screws, but even after removing them I found I needed to use a pair of 'channel lock' pliers to grasp the plastic cover and pull it up and off. Yours may just be stuck from a few years of use and thermal cycling.
Putting the whole thing back together was an equal joy...
It is simple to put them back on. the plastic pices fit on the bottom of the hinges. there is a cut out where they fit in. when you look at the door at the bottom you will see the hinges and the cut outs, the plastic pices fit in the cut outs flat side in. hope this helps
It could be the switch. If the black plastic On/Off button comes all the back up into cutout in the top of the door, you must remove the front of the door (10 little screws; two shims will probably fall out; good luck figuring out how they go back) and then the plastic top (4 little screws) that contains the On/Off and the wash mode buttons. Now you've exposed the real on/off switch, which has a reddish/brown stem (at least on my unit). Test the switch; if the DW doesn't stay on when you depress it, you need a new switch. If it stays on, then goes off when you depress it again, the switch is likely good and maybe you have a problem with the black plastic cover button.
Take off the front panel (10 little screws, two shims will fall out) and you'll see the two handle bolts on the inside of the panel. Tighten 'em; reinstall the panel (good luck figuring out how the shims go back...)