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FAULT WITH DISHWASHER

My Whirlpool generation 2000 dishwasher is not very old,the plastic arm at the back that connects to the revolving arm that spins the water keeps coming loose and i have to snap in back in every time i use it? I have been using the diswasher since xmas time and this problem has started about 3-4 weeks ago. Any suggestions please.

Posted by pauline sargeant on

  • duckegg1 Dec 23, 2007

    my pipe keeps popping out also and i have to keep popping it back in during cycle. My dishes are coming out semi cleaned and not drying. Any one no whats up.

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Sounds like a design flaw.
i would talk to to the service center for a permanent solution.
this is a mechanical issue that should not be happening.
good luck
mark

Posted on Dec 28, 2007

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