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Upper wash tube assembly came off back of unit. can not reattach.

Bosch model #6800 stainless steel dishwasher. The upper wash arm and tube assembly came off the back mounting. Cant get it to reattach.
Is there a diagram and instruction sheet online or can anyone give advice how to remount it.

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We had the same problem with our Bosch 4800 and found that the upper wash arm and tube assembly should attach to the bottom of the upper rack (rather than to the back of the dishwasher). The wash arm and tube assembly slides in and out with the upper rack. When the dishwasher door is closed the tube assembly is forced up against the back mounting/water supply.

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The upper wash arm fixes to the upper BASKET not the inlet tube on the rear wall of the dishwasher. Once you stop trying to push the washer arm onto the inlet tube you see the answer!

Posted on Dec 27, 2009

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