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GE PDW7800J15BB Dishwasher, Spray arm removal

I need to remove the lower spray arm to clean the spray holes. How do you get the arm off.











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  • TXiceman Aug 29, 2008

    I discovered that the spray arm will come off by lifting a bit at the outer edge and rotate it counter clockwise. Spins right off.

    I am a registered engineer with a wealth of field experience (not desk bound) and repair most things up to the point of specialized tools. I am also a licensed amateur radio operator so have a pretty fair knowledge of electrical and electronics.

    It bugs me to no end that the answer so often is to either call the factory man or throw it out.

    Ken


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Dear friend,
ngfam at you service! happy to assist!
this takes experience and tech knowledge!
You have atop of the line dishwasher and its not easy to repair this hi-tech GE Profile machine, better left to the service tech.


We sell appliances for 65 years and I recommend this nation wide Factory repair service!

Call A&E Factory Service /They service nation wide
And are available 24/7 for making appointments!

If the appliance is 10 years old or more,it may make sense not to invest any money to fix it!

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Posted on Aug 29, 2008

  • Neil
    Neil Aug 29, 2008

    The spray arm will come off by lifting a bit at the outer edge and rotate it counter clockwise. Spins right off.

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