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I have a whirlpool GU1200 dishwasher. There is a screen in the pump inlet which is located in a sump below the lower spray arm. It is getting plugged and needs to be cleaned, but I can't get the lower arm off. How do you remove the arm and shield to expose the screws to open the sump?

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  • Anonymous Mar 08, 2011

    Straight away anser is that it's a LH trhead. Thanks! I got it off.

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Hello....My name is Keith.....Please give me one moment while I bring up the parts drawings, and then I will start to address the issue.

Thank You....

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