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WATER SRAYER ARM BROKE OFF.HAS A SCREW TO TAKE OFF ARM, ALL I NEED IS ONE ARM TO REPLACE THE SPRAYER ON BOTTOM, DON'T NEED THE WHOLE UNIT..WHERE CAN I PURCHASE ONE?

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Posted on Sep 01, 2010

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Now, if it not spinning, check out the fitting arount hing bolt. If this wore out then you will have water pressure lose. Replace if need be. Also, check the feeder water spout that runs the upper spray army, it could be pluged. GB...stewbsion

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My Kenmore UltraQuiet 8269644 has been performing poorly. Have cleaned various filters and traps. The spray bars tend to clog with food refuse and now it is leaving a white film on dishes - either...


Your sprayer arms may be clogged.
The upper arm attaches to a tube in the back of the dishwasher. If the support clamps come loose, the upper spray tube will not be flush with the tube and can't carry water to the sprayer arms. Also the sprayer arms can become clogged with paper remnants, bone fragments, or pieces of peeling. You'll need to remove the sprayer arm and flush it at your sink. If there is a jet that is clogged, tweezers will help remove the residue.

Also, dishwasher detergents need HOT water, so be certain the water is at 140 degrees. Make sure your detergent is fresh!
Finally, the bottom of the door INSIDE the washer often get covered with gunk. Be sure and gently wash the bottom of the door INSIDE. You can open the door, spray some window cleaner on the bottom and then gently brush away the 'gunk.' Rinse with hot water from a pitcher or your sink sprayer and this can eliminate some of the residue that is showing on your dishes.
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I have to initate the spinning of the sprayer arm.


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It is filling and running but the water is not


Could be two different things -- either the pump is not moving water through the sprayer arm, or the sprayer arm isn't free to spin around.
I've fixed one of each in the past year, so either is reasonable.

First, check the easy one -- the sprayer arm.
Open the dishwasher and pull the bottom tray forward so you can reach the sprayer arm.
Reach in and try to spin it around by hand. It should move freely, and if you flick it around, it should spin a full turn around before stopping.
If it's unable to move at all, then look for something stuck like a fork or plastic bag.
If it moves, but very quickly stops spinning, it might be a foreign object or it might need a new sprayer arm assembly. The one I got this year was $38 including shipping.

If the sprayer arm is free and easy to move, then check the water pump:
Start the dishwasher and listen. When it's done filling and sounds like the wash cycle, quickly unlock and open the door.
It shouldn't spray water in your face, but there should be lots of water dripping from the racks and the top (and the dishes, if it's loaded when you do this test!)

If not, then the problem is either a failed main pump or a blocked pump, and the repair will be a bit more money and a lot more time.

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I used regular dish soap in washer and now the sprayer doesn't seem to be working. Is this an easy fix or did I blow it?


Do you mean liquid soap....as this will foam up considerably and cause a mess on your floor...like overflow problems...but even if it was this type of soap it would never inhibit the sprayer arm from working...you can take the sprayer arm off...sometimes a twist nut , sometimes a screw...and clean it as well as inspect it for debris obstructing the holes....other than that the sprayer arm is only there to direct the flow of water..the actual device that forces the water through the sprayer arm is the DW motor...does it run...do you have any water flow...is the DW filling with water...if so... or if not ..check these problems out and if everything checks out it may be a motor issue and a tech will need to be summoned....
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Step 4: Replace any seals, such as the O-ring or other washers, with new ones.
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