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The dishwasher tower arm is broke

I have a GE Potscrubber 1200. No manual or guides with it. About a month ago i noticed the dishes weren't coming clean. I got down and looked inside and found the tower arm is broke apart and laying inside my dishwasher. I am trying to figure out how I could get this fixed so that I may use the thing agian. the model number is GSC1200x08.

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If the spray arm assembly is still in one piece(what i mean buy this,is that the bottom of it has'nt snapped off in the pump)it should be a simple matter of plugging the arm back into the pump & tightening the clamp(this is located on the neck of the pump)you will need to pull the unit out to gain access to this(it's under the tub)if this is not the case the arm itself is under 20$,as the sleeve & clamp assembly is under 10$hope this is of some help.thanx for using fix-ya.please rate all replys

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