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Need to remove wash module

A part from a pan fell into the wash module. How do I remove the lower spray arm, etc. in order to remove the part? --- Thanks! We have a Whirlpool dishwasher quiet partner 3 and we need to know how to disassemble the wash module. There seems to be a piece of glass or some object that is making our dishwasher loud. Can you send the information to us? Thanks Russ

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  • BaronOpal Jun 22, 2008

    Take some pliers and unscrew the central bolt in the middle of the lower spray arm. The hole in the arm acts as a single screw thread holding the arm to the base. Then there are three screws to remove with "star" heads. They're six-sided, but pointed like a star, not hex. That's as far as I have gotten. It looks like the filter plate turns and then can be removed, but it won't budge on mine.

  • Anonymous Oct 20, 2008

    I have the same problem. I've taken off the lower spray arm and removed the three screws but I can't get anything to move. Please help, THANKS.



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A screw fell into the wash moduel. How do i remove the lower spray arm, ect Thank's

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