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Gibson d/w poor performance Model# GDB755RJS2


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#1 mdadian

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Posted 02 November 2008 - 06:05 AM

My Gibson d/w (GDB755RJS2) runs but isn't cleaning the dishes well, and the top (center) arm isn't spinning.  Pulled apart everything down to the impeller, found some junk but nothing blocking it.  Pulled the upper assembly out and ran a garden hose down the funnel, that didn't even make it budge.  Ran the washer w/ the door open, bottom sprayer arm rotates slowly, top one (in its cycle) not at all.  Is this a design flaw, is the pump shot (insufficient psi), should I look deeper for the cause?  Thanx,  Mark
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Posted 02 November 2008 - 02:02 PM

That machine is actualy a frigidare...it washes with one arm at a time, did you take it apart down to the sump there is another screw down there that will allow you to take the little tower like thingy off you will see a ramp with a ball  make sure the ball is in the ramp..also make sure the screen  about 12" i diamater is clean.i havent had a pressure problem with these.

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Posted 02 November 2008 - 05:56 PM

GDB755RJS2 Parts Manual

24in Built-In 2001 Mechanical (5995355186) Service Manual 

 


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Posted 02 November 2008 - 11:24 PM

Yes, Sensai, I did get down into the sump.  Ball is there, ramp is there, screen has been cleaned.  Lower arm turns ever so slowly, upper arm NOT AT ALL.

Silly refer people making a d/w.

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