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Whirlpool dishwasher DU1145XTPQA. I removed the lower arm etc and cleaned debris from my chopper/pump area. went through steps in reverse to reassemble it all BUT when I put the lower spray arm back on and tighten its VERY wobbly...I am not doing something correct in the last few steps...nut, plastic washer, feed tube cap & wash arm...please help

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I did the same exact thing, and ended up with the same result, A very wobbly lower spray arm. Despite it wobbling and hitting the feeder tube to the upper spray arm, it works.... somehow....

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