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Maytag MDB9150 Can you please tell me how to remove the uppper spray arm. It is plugged with fish debris and I don't know how to remove it so I can clean out the holes.

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  • Anonymous Jan 06, 2008

    how do you remove spray arm so you can take the clogged food out of the tray below?

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    how do you remove the tower from the spray arm on a maytag dishwasher

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You just have to gently pull it doward.  It should unplug relatively easily.  To reinstall it, just plug it in it's shaft.
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Posted on Oct 28, 2007

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The spray arms can usually be removed easily, with a screw or wing nut holding them in place. There are normally three or four spray arms, (Be careful NOT to drop the wingnut or screw into the tub, as it will ALWAYS land in the least accessible spot!)
Once the spray arms are out, you may see debris partially protruding from the holes; DON'T try to pull it out, which can distort the size and shape of the holes, and thereby effect the cleaning. Instead, push the debris back into the spray arms, and shake it out through the large opening in the center where it connects to the dishwasher. Rap the spray arm against a firm but padded object to loosen any stuck debris. Once the "rapping" doesn't produce a rattling noise inside the arm, it should be clean.
Hope this helps. Check your owners manual for helpful maintenance tips like this.
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Hello, Im trying to diagnose poor cleaning of glasses in the top rack of my Fridigaire FDB751SCB0. everything seems to work fine but while testing I noticed the upper arm isn't spinning. the lower arm...


Hello; first thing to check, which you don't mention, is which side of the glasses aren't coming clean; the outside, which would be caused by the TOP spray not working properly, or the INSIDE, which would be caused by the spray BELOW the top rack not working. The most common problem causing a spray arm not to turn, and/or poor cleaning, is debris blocking some or all of the spray holes in the arm. Best and easiest way to check them is to remove them; they usually are easily removed with a large wing nut or screw in the center. (Don't drop the screw, if you do it will ALWAYS find it's way to the hardest spot to retrieve it from in the whole dishwasher!)
Once you have the spray arm(s) out (this might be a good time to clean them all) you may notice pieces of debris partially protruding from the spray holes. DON'T pull them out; use something to push them back inside the spray arm. Pulling them out can enlarge and mis-shape the spray holes.
Dislodge any pieces inside the arm by firmly rapping it against a firm but padded object, and shake the debris out over the sink, catching it in a paper towel so it won't go down the drain. Be careful, as broken glass is often inside the spray arms, picked off the bottom of the tub and fed through the pump to the sprays.
Once you don't get any rattling inside after several "raps" on the padded object, the arm should be clean.
Cleaning these spray arms periodically is a good idea even before you have trouble.
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