Question about Kenmore 24 in. 17012 Built-in Dishwasher
Pump is more than likely clogged
in the dishwasher you will see you lower spray arm. take it off. now going up the back is the supply tube. you need to pop it off of thed top then the back and turn it clockwise to get it off the motor. after you do that you will see 4 torx screws. take all 4 out and you will be able to remove the fine filter. thats the normally grey piece with all the slots. after you remove the filter you will see two more torx screws. remove them they are for 2 seperate pieces one is the foreigh food seperator and the other is the chopper cover. remove both of them and clean the whole thing out. as yiou are puytting it back together. let me know if you get stuck
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
Great solution, it helped us a lot. Dishes look as clean as the day we installed the machine. I'd add to the advice: to remove the lower spray arm, you need to turn the center screw so that it becomes "buried" into the lower spray arm mechanism. We thought we had to unscrew and remove the middle plastic screw, and nearly stripped the plastic screw thread in the process. The middle screw is attached and is supposed to stay put. Everything else lifts off around it.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
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