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I have about a 3 yr old Maytag Dishwasher MOD#MDB6601AWW. There are 2 manifold bracket clips that keep coming off which hold the large U shaped plastic piece with the spinner blade attached. The each clip is all metal being about 1/2"x3". I see where one of the clips on but not the other. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Al Perry

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  • alperry130 Sep 02, 2010

    Not even close to the parts I'm talking about. These are the brackets that hold the upper spinner blade.

  • alperry130 Sep 02, 2010

    To send a diagram of the guts beneath the dishwasher has absolutely nothing to do with my issue inside the main washing cube of the unit. There are two mounting brackets that attach to the u-shaped plastic washing assembly inside the large cube of the dishwasher. These brackets look like slender metal clips that somehow attached to the u-shaped plastic assemble and the rear of the cube. The plastic assembly has the spinning blade on top. I hope this is more clear.

  • alperry130 Sep 03, 2010

    As I stated before in my last message. You are so far away from the location I'm describing it's not funny. Anybody can get a PDF on the motor guts which has nothing to do with what I described, which is the washer arm inside the tub of the unit. No thanks to your ineffective service.

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    Nate Stansfield Sep 02, 2010

    Maby this will help you better:

    http://www.partselect.com/AdvancedModelS...

    I do know what part you are talking about. I have had to put them on a few times when I've rebuilt the maytag machines. Most of them slide on or clip on in place.

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