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Posted 15 January 2006 - 06:49 AM

I have the same problem described by tinto 99 listed below and seen that he had repaired his problem with the low pressure problem, but i have a black (looks like a black disc with a 1/4"" screw on the top with a molded plactic nut on it) i found underneath this plastic housing  cap i removed with torques about (8 )screws on it. I have tried everything to get this black disc off (part number 11 in the exploded view). Sears has found my dishwasher and sold me the seal kit (PN 675703 from appliance care products please help

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