Question about GE Profile 24 in. Built-In Dishwasher Dishwasher
Hi, Donna, W/D here.
Most all of the washing arms either have a screw type cap, or they pull off. If you go to pull them off, hold your other hand on their attached points to lessen the strain.
You can clean the tips by using a paper clip shaped into an "L" shape, and use it to rake out the material in the slots at the tips. You can also use it to poke the material that might be clogging the nozzles back into the spray arm, and then backwash the spray arm over the sink. Give it a thorough washing, or you'll likely see some of the debris again, plugging either the slots or the nozzle(s).
Best regards, --W/D--
Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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