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    • Part Number: AP3044826
    • MFG Part Number: 9742945
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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I've got much the same question as Sarah S. did, plus a second one about draining (actually our original problem). The gasket below the arm retainer on my dishwasher is paper thin and flexible. The part you're recommending looks way too thick, and based on yet another person's comment about that nylon bearing, I believe it will prevent the arm from moving if installed. Suggestions re: gasket below the retainer nut? (I don't know whether it was previously fixed in place on the underside of the nut or below it because someone else took the dw apart. Next time we photo document as we go.) And our first problem was actually that the dw hadn't fully drained. Having taken apart the lower wash arm assembly and looked at food screens and drains, we ran it again, and there's still a little water in the bottom, but not much. Apparently, some water is necessary to keep pump seal moist? We didn't get deep enough in to look at the check valve, but if we have further drainage problems, that will be the next thing we examine. Thank you so much, Cindy

Cindy for Model Number kudi24se

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I don't know what model it is but I know we bought it from Sears in Sept. of 2001. It is a portable dishwasher with the reversible front panel, Black or White. The lower spray arm asy. has a retaining wing nut. Are these pretty universal or unit specific. Any help would be great. If unit spec., where can I find the model #. Thanks, Jason P.

Jason P for Model Number Kenmore portable dishwasher

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I RECEIVED THE CORRECT (YEA) RETAINER NUT FOR THE WASHER ARM OF MY KITCHEN AID DISHWASHER FROM YOU. THERE IS A …GASGET -?polyurethane ring- just below the main brim of the nut, perhaps for leakage?. Do I need to replace it too? If so, how- where do I find it? The current one is remodeled (melted) with exquisite new form.

Sarah S for Model Number KUDS25SHWHO

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The wing on the retainer nut is broken off from the threaded part. I need to get the threaded part out of the opening. How?

Annette B.

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How do I remove the threaded part of the retainer nut from inside the wash arm?

Annette B. for Model Number kuds24sebl5

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