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    • Part Number: AP4364610
    • MFG Part Number: 6-917642
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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The spray arm is wobbly and hits the bottom of the basket. It was suggested that the arm should be replaced because it is worn. It looks like there should be a washer in the housing of the arm. Thanks

Rudi for Model Number MDB5601AWQ

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We are having a couple of issues with this dishwasher. 1. It is not draining well. There is always a few inches of water left after a cycle. So far I have taken apart the inside and cleaned everything that I can find to clean. I rinsed the pump filter as best as I could, not perfect but seems pretty good. I removed the drain motor and cleaned it out, seemed to spin ok. I removed the drain hose and made sure it seemed to be clear. After all that it still left water in the tub. Could the drain pump be under performing or is it all or nothing? Any other suggestions to look at? 2. There is always something stuck on a couple glasses or some bowls. I was thinking that the stuck stuff was due to the poor draining, residue getting sprayed around. 3. The lower spray arm is not spinning. At least I positioned it let the washer run for a few minutes and then checked it, the arm was in the same place as I left it. Water was coming out of the sprayer holes when I opened the door. Any suggestions? Should I replace the lower spray arm? The filter plate, the drain pump or something else? Thanks.

Matt for Model Number MDBH985AWS

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My dishwasher, Maytag Quiet Series 200 MDBH945AWB problem: The Lower Wash Arm AP4364610 is rubbing on the bottom of the Lower Dish Rack AP4482621. It appears that the Wash Arm Cap AP4113393 is tightened properly. Is there a washer or other ring below the wash arm that can be removed to increase the clearance ? Can I get larger diameter wheels ? What can I attach to tub wall wheel "tracks" to elevate the dish rack ?

Douglas for Model Number MDBH945AWB

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Maytag 7600 dishwasher. The wash arm seems to have plenty of water and no blocking by debris. However, it wobbles and therefore gets stuck (by water feed tube on bottom) and stops turning. The screw is part of the arm assembly......should I buy a new arm?

Linda for Model Number MBH 7600

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Lower washer arm will not turn during wash cycle. Stays stationary. Should I repair or buy new?

Pat for Model Number Matag

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How does the cap holding the lower wash arm come off? Is it a twist off, or should I just pull straight up?

Jesse for Model Number JennAir JDB4000AWS Part #WPL 6-917642

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How can we tell if the wash arms are worn?

Gloria

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i am getting noise during operation so i checked it out while not running, it appears that the lower washer arm is rubbing against the lower portion of the manifold. is there a gasket or friction washer that goes on the lower washer arm to act as a bearing and raise the washer arm so that it does not hit the manifold??

Bill for Model Number mdbtt70aww

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Washer arm part #AP4364610 hits the brackets that hold the heater in place when the arm is rotating. I posted a previous question under the part # for the cap. I took the cap off but could see nothing amiss. The arm looks undamaged, nothing is bent, cap goes on tight, but still the arm wobbles enough so as to hit the brackets. The washer make quite a noise when running due to constant "clicking" of metal plates on arm hit heater brakets. Brackets are tight & appear to be in right place. From my observation, the only thing wrong is the up & down play in the arm's rotation. But nothing seems damaged, bent or worn in any way. This Maytag washer was "recalled" to have the heater element replaced, and all this started sometime after this was done by the Maytag repairmen. I wonder now if the right heater parts were installed! Does the arm supposed to have an inch or more play (up & down) at the tip ends of it? Any help appreciated.

H1832 for Model Number MDBH965AWB

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