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A part fell off inside the dishwasher

The rear water blade fell off and I can not put it back many pieces should I be dealing with? I have the blade and a small part that fits in it loosely

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Cheapest way is to go into appliance shops and look at other washers that are similar. note how theirs is assembled.

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