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Water coming out of bottom during run cycle

It is coming away from the cabinet structure and water is coming out of the bottom during the run cycle. please help: in side bottom spraye there is gray cover is broke, how can i take out that ,is there a replsement for.

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Your lower spray arm is broken, allowing the water the hit the door where it shouldn't thus causing the water to blow out of the door gasket. To remove you turn the center plastic screw in the middle of the spray arm clockwise while holding the spray arm stationary. You can obtain the spray arm either at you local appliance dealer or at repair clinic dot com.

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