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Rotator arm is detached from gear - Fisher and Paykel 23 in. DD-603SS Built-in Dishwasher

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  • luisa_sgro Jun 02, 2010

    sorry to ask you this but could you be more specific on the part that is faulty.where is this part located in the machine? did you mean the roto motor,or the wash arm? please reply 4 further help

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I am assuming the plastic wheel type device which moves the washer arm has come out.

I think you will have to buy the whole rotor assembly. Should cost around $50.
Go to page 17 of Parts Manual and check part no. 5 Rotor assembly.
I have seen it is available from Fisher and Paykel parts shop online. They are located in Milwaukee (ie, if you are in USA)>

Posted on Jun 05, 2010

  • Sam Jun 07, 2010

    As mentioned in my last posting, it is the rotor motor assembly located at the base of the drawer.

    Not sure if you have seen the parts manual for which I sent you web link.



    Please post a comment to confirm if you are able to find it or not. From your description I gather it is the plastic wheel attached to the rotor that has broken. The washer arm is only a metal part.

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