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Bosch Dishwasher SHU43C06UC/17 overhead spray arm?

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I had this Bosch Dishwasher today.  Customer had re-installed it after a kitchen remodel and now she leaks out the corners of the door.  I ran through all the usual suspects, leveled it, checked the seals.  I dried the door and frame and ran it until the drip started and opened the door to see where it was wet.  It was wet across the top of the door.  Checked the spray arms and it appears there should be three on this model.  The SM refers to an overhead spray but I don't see it in the parts list. Only the lower and middle (under the upper rack)  It sure looks to me like something is missing/broken up top and spraying directly at the door.  Anyone familiar with this model? 

 

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There is a part at the top of the manifold that I constantly find on the bottom rack after it comes loose.  Looks like a little grey showerhead, about 3-4 inches in diameter.  Part number: AP2802420

Part number: AP2802420

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Hmmm, Isn't that the part number for the spray head that mounts on the back, in place of the middle spray arm assy. if you take out the upper rack for tall items?  I looked at some pics of the feed tube and they look like something should attach to the top.  I just don't see anything on the diagrams.

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