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Dishwasher repair In what order do the grinder blade and washer go on the shaft? Should the tabs on the grinder blade face away or toward me?

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Re: dishwasher repair

Newbury, it should almost be flush to the screen, like a foward S. The inlet housing (protecter)will secure it in place. back

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