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3RD Level Spray Arm Assembly

Part Number: AP3184058
MFG Part Number: WD28X10103
Made by: GE
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Dishwasher Spray Arm & Related.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WD28X10103 (AP3184058) replaces 948229, AH755622, EA755622, PS755622, WD22X0051, WD22X0116, WD22X0151, WD22X116, WD22X151, WD22X51, WD28X10043, WD28X10374.

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The top level (3rd level as called by ge/appliancepartspros) spray arm fell off Yuan S. • San Ramon, CA • June 27, 2014
Appliance: General Electric Dishwasher GSD3600G00WW

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3rd level spray arm kept falling off David D. • Minong, WI • August 16, 2014
Appliance: General Electric Dishwasher GSD5330D00WW

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About 1 year ago, I replaced the pump assembly. In the past couple months, our dishwasher gradually started cleaning poorly. Today, I removed the screens to clean and check for any clogs. I found the rear screen somewhat clogged with a piston valve almost totally blocked with buildup. After cleaning the valve, screen, and other areas, it seems to be cleaning much better. However, I noticed the upper spray arm not turning. I checked the water level and it was about 1/2 inch or more below the top of notch on the float cover. I added water up to just above this mark (about 1 inch below the heating element). The upper arm still does not turn. The upper arm seems sloppy to me - turns okay but does not spin level to ground. Instead, it sort of leans down on one end of the arm versus the other end. Is this normal for these arms? Also, do you have to remove the dishwasher to replace the arm.

Daniel for Model Number GSD3425F00BB

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The upper spray arm is not moving at all. The bottom has gotten stuck occasionally. Do I have to remove the dishwasher to replace it? Thanks

Jeff for Model Number gsd4420x73bb

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If the 3rd level spray arm is flopping around and the screws that hold the assembly on are tight, can I just replace the arm? If not can you give me the Item # for the part I need to fix the problem. Thank You.

Michael H for Model Number GSD3425F00BB

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My 3rd level spray arm is real loose, some time I hear it hitting the top of the washer when it spins. I need to know if the whole assembly needs to be replaced or can the spray arm be replaced to fix the problem? Thank you for the help.

Michael H for Model Number GSD3425F00BB

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I have a built-in dishwasher and the upper spray arm keeps falling off. How do I replace the upper spray arm assembly? Do I have to pull in entire dishwasher out to access the screws that hold the assembly. Thanks

Joe for Model Number GE dishwasher GSD4800G00BB

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There is a 90 degree rubber boot that one end connects to the hose suppling water to the 3rd level spray arm assembly on the outside of the unit. The other end of this rubber boot has a rubber flange that is pushed through the top of the dish washer unit and sits under the spray arm assembly. My unit is leaking from around the rubber boot where it enters the top of the unit. The 90 degree rubber boot "flange end" is somewhat worn on my unit. I can not find this part anywhere. I just sealed around the boot with silicone where it enters the top of the dish washer and it may work "Not tested yet". No one on this page is talking about the 90 degree rubber boot? Maybe this attachment has changed in the late 8 years?

Oldman for Model Number edw1500g00ww

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