How to remove spray arm base, or heating element, to remove and replace the filter & gasket assembly in the bottom of the dishwasher? I see no screws on the spray arm base.
To remove the lower spray arm you would need to pull straight up on the arm as it is clipped into place. For the heating element removal you would need to disconnect the power and remove the lower kick plate. Disconnect the wires from the element and remove the nuts holding it in place. Lift element out.
While removing the old gasket, I broke the front pin that holds the gasket. Can I replace the pin or how do I seal it from front?
Answer Hello Shah,
GE came out with a service bulletin regarding the coarse filter studs breaking off. Their fix is the coarse filter service dome WD22X10023. To install the coarse filter service dome, remove the spray arm and place the dome over the spray arm pedestal on the bottom of the tub. Screw the spray arm back into the pump connector. The spray arm hub will hold the dome and filter in place.
How do you replace the filter and gasket assembly?
Answer Hi. To remove the spray arm, the sleeve on the bottom of the spray arm unscrews. Remove the screw that hold the sump inlet cover part # WD12X10040. Then you will be able to lift the filter/gasket assy. part # WD22X10043. Thank You.
I received p/n wd22x10043 filter and gasket asm today. Is it glued down? Use screwdriver to remove stud/washer/ring? How do you remove sprayer first?
Answer Hello. You do not remove the sprayer first. You will insert the screw driver under the spray arm in the hole and unscrew the spray arm assembly. These are not glued down, but can be tight. Hope this helps.
How do I remove the Lower Spray Arm so that I can replace the Filter & Gasket assy?
Answer Hello, The sleeve on the bottom of the spray arm unscrews, to remove the spray arm. Hope this helps.