The spray arm hits on the internal rear feed if I try to spin it....it seems that it should sit a little higher to avoid this? I took the spray arm off and put it on again....but the same issue?
Answer Hello Esther. If it is hitting while running, and not turning it by hand, then you may need to replace the spray arm. It will always hit if your turning it by hand because it floats and you can not spin it straight without the water pressure.
I have seen conflicting information as to how to remove the spray arm from the hub. Some say turn the hub clockwise, others counter-clockwise, could you clarify, I am finding that the tab at the top of the hub is breaking as I try and turn it.
Answer Hello Roy. For your model number, 1. Remove any remaining water in the dishwasher. If
possible, the CANCEL/DRAIN button may be used.
2. Disconnect electrical power to the dishwasher.
3. Open dishwasher door and remove lower rack.
4. Pull upper rack partially forward and detach the
water delivery system from the tub anchor points
(2 clips on stainless models; 2 screws on plastic
models). Removal of the upper rack may ease
removal of the water delivery system, but is not
5. At rear of pump, grasp the water delivery system
and rotate clockwise while lifting upward. When
rotation stops, lift the lower spray arm until it is
clear of the pump and pull forward. The spray arm
assembly and water delivery system should now
be free for removal.