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JENN-AIR Model number JD3B10AWX. Bottom of dishwasher is dirty, I want to clean it. I have removed six screws holding plate down, but cannot find any way to remove spinning blade. I think there's a filter underneath that I can clean or replace. Questions: 1. How to remove spinning blade? 2. Am I going about this correctly. Thank you

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We have been having issues with our model where there is dirty sand deposited inside of glasses and dishes.
You need a torque wrench for a triple square torque screwJENN-AIR Model number JD3B10AWX. - 82782a1.png to unscrew in the bottom filter to take it off.
I would say about 4-5 layers of items to remove- but remove these and clean them out as well as the top blade which should pop right out. Food particles can get stuck in there also.

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