how do you get the impeller off, under the deflector? And does the new deflector come with the new impeller? Thank You!
ANSWER Jason, Once you remove the deflector screws and lift up on the deflector to remove it. You'll then need to remove the bolt in the center of the top (wash) impeller and remove it.(Sometime the impeller seizes onto the shaft assembly, and needs to be broken or cut off) 5300809918 . You never mentioned what your issue was, and we don't know how for you have to go, or what parts you'll need, but once you have the wash impeller and chopper blade lifted off, you can remove the 2 screws that secure the "plastic" wash plate, lift that off the housing, remove the metal pump plate and gasket then you can lift off the drain impeller. This should help get you through the repair. Thanks, and Good Luck.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Tuesday, June 28, 2011