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KitchenAid Food particles on dishes


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#1 cbramwell

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Posted 26 April 2005 - 04:48 PM

I had an identical problem to the one described in the post "Dishwasher Leaves Dirt on Dishes" with my KitchenAid model KUDM245EWH1.  I replaced the lower spray arm upper bearing and it fixed the problem perfectly.

Upon my recommendation, my parents bought a KitchenAid KUDM01TJBT0 and now have the identical problem; however, the same "lower spray arm upper bearing" does not exisit for that model. 

I am now seeking the right part to try.  Is it the RepairClinic.com part # 904020 "Seal, sprayarm"? Or is there a more obvious first thing to try?

With thanks...

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Posted 27 April 2005 - 03:17 AM

Here' s a punchlist of common poor washing causes.




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