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    • Part Number: AP3039146
    • MFG Part Number: 8268342
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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The unit as a whole is not washing or rinsing well at all. Can this hub be clogged or another area that is not getting good water flow? Thank you.

Marty for Model Number KUDS01ILBS1

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I have a whirlpool dishwasher, mod # du1055xtpb3. I would like to take the bottom washarm off. I seen the unit on a parts list. Looks like I should turn it. I try but it would not turn. I was afraid i would break it off.

Karl for Model Number DU1055XTPB3

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Lower arm wobbles when it spins.

Al for Model Number kud10ilbt6

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Dishwasher fills up with water but will not cycle. It tries a few times to start then dumps the water and stops?

Joe for Model Number KUDP02CRBS3

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When opening the door after a wash cycle, I found that a 5 inch Pyrex bowl had somehow broken and the shards had collected around and into the gray screen below the lower arm. I removed the larger pieces but would like to disassemble this arm and screen and remove the smaller shards that slipped through the screen before running another cycle. How do I do this? Thank you. Mike Brown, Huntsville, AL

Mike B for Model Number DU1014XTXB0

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The dishwasher has starting leaving tiny particles that are very gummy on all items in the dishwasher. They appear as small particles of food, but when I try to rub these particles off by hand, they clearly have a gummy or sticky base that "smears" a sticky streak on the dishes and items have to be soaked, hand-washed, and scrubbed to get this residue off. I've run cleaners and even vinegar through the machine, and there were no indications of anything buidling up that I can see in the machine. I have been unable to get the knob on the hub of the lower spray arm to release so that I can look inside. I have always rinsed dishes (effectively clean when they go into the machine)and this is a sudden problem that developed this week. Any ideas what would cause a gummy residue of very small particles (look like some kind of old food I am guessing)? And, how do I get the hub to release so that I can access the screen, chopper blade, and other areas inside to see if a seal or something has gotten "chewed" up and is causing this residue? Thanks.

Ann for Model Number KUDS01ILBT1

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I'm trying to remove the lower arm to access the filter area since the top rack is not getting clean and already have checked the top sprayer and mid arm with no blockage found in either. The mid arm turns very slowly and the top doesn't turn at all. I have tried to hold the top nut of the hub and turned the lower arm in both directions, but does not come apart.

Kevin for Model Number gu2275xtvy0

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How do I remove the hub?

John for Model Number KUDP02FRSS1

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The lower wash arm is whobbly all of a sudden. Took it off and can get hub to lock back down, just not with wash arm connected.

Jeff for Model Number du1100xtpqa

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The kitchenaid dishwasher has become very noisy. The wash arm on the bottom is very wobbly, could that be doing it, or is it the motor/pump? Can that all be pulled and replaced from inside the tub, or must I pull it out from the cabinets?

Todd for Model Number kudp01ilbl1

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