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Spray arm has come loose on my Whirlpool DU600PWKQ0

The spray arm was found lying in the bottom of the machine and the Spray Arm Bearing Ring and Lower Spray Arm Cap I see on the parts list are nowhere to be found inside the machine.

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  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    Broken bottom spray arm

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They are probably still attached to the power drive

Posted on May 22, 2008

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    Archie Ferrarini May 26, 2008

    can you send me a photo of what your seeing? please send it to
        archieferrarini@yahoo.com

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(1) Remove the drawers to give yourself room to work
(a) bottom drawer just comes right out -- but you knew that
(b) Carefully unclip small plastic retainer caps at the ends of the metal "glides" for the top drawer. Then slide the caps out of the glides. Then remove the top drawer.
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