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Want to clean out hard H20 deposits -how do bottom element?

I unscrewed abut 8 screws to remove the top round thing, but can't figure out what hold bottom circular thing on. I can feel all he muck and disgusting stuff under there with my finger, so I know it need to come off to clean under there so water can circulate. I can't seem to remove the piece that looks similar to a rulette wheel (which is full of slimy food debri) either. There is a gray plastic bolt that looks like it turns with a metal 1/4" bolt in the middle of it but these parts are not moving either way and it very difficult to hold onto the gray plastic bolt as the whole unit spins while trying to remove the metal one. It looks like this piece needs to come off to access the underneath to clean it.

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  • nordop Jan 13, 2009

    A large glass pan lid broke in my dishwasher and I would like to get all the small glass pieces out that have fallen in the "roulette" wheel looking round part. The dishwasher doesn't work worth a darn with that glass in there! I am able to remove the rotating arm, but do not see that I can lift the "roulette" part out even if I remove all the screws I can see. Please help.



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Yea that is apain in the bottom to relaese, but usually iserting a screwdriver int oone of the fins, will alllow you to counter the unscrewing of the IMPELLAR assy,

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