Crosley Dishwasher Spray Arms
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Lower Spray Arm
Fix Number FIX12585623
Manufacturer Part Number 5304517203This is a single lower spray arm found in dishwashers to spray water and detergent vigorously over the dishes. This spray arm is made of plastic, so can warp or crack with time. The holes in the spray arm can get clogged with debris, so it should be cleaned every so often. If it is beyond cleaning or damaged, it will need to be replaced. If the holes are clogged, this can sometimes mean there is a problem with the filter system, so it is a good idea to inspect this as well. For this repair, start by turning off the water supply to the dishwasher. Pull the lower rack out of the dishwasher and out of the way. Remove the lower wash arm. Using a flathead screwdriver, push the small locking tabs located on each side at the bottom of the spray arm. You should now be able to easily pull the spray arm out of the dishwasher. Align the new lower wash arm and push it down to secure it in place. Make sure it can spin freely and is not making contact with the heating element. Place the lower dishrack back into the appliance and close the door.
Upper Spray Arm
Fix Number FIX11770483
Manufacturer Part Number 5304506516The upper spray arm is found above the top rack in your dishwasher. If your dishes are not properly cleaned after the cycle has finished, the spray arm may need to be replaced. As the part is made of plastic, it can crack or disintegrate over time. Replacing this OEM part is a simple repair that does not require any tools. Remove the rail stop clips from the top rack rails, and then remove the top rack from the dishwasher. With the rack out of the way you will be able to access the upper spray arm. Unthread the nut holding the spray arm to the ceiling of the dishwasher, and remove the damaged spray arm. Line up the new spray arm, and begin to thread the part onto the inlet tube. The nut should be firmly tightened so that there are no leaks, and the spray arm should be able to spin freely. The top rack can be placed back inside the dishwasher, and the rail stops reattached.
Wash Arm Bearing Ring
Fix Number FIX11747064
Manufacturer Part Number WP9742946This authentic OEM part is a wash arm bearing ring for your dishwasher. The bearing ring works in conjunction with the bearing nut to hold the lower spray arm in place. A sign you may need to replace the bearing ring is if the lower spray arm is wobbly when spinning. Over time the bearing ring can become cracked, chipped, or warped and will need to be replaced. No tools are required for this repair, simply remove the lower rack from the dishwasher and then unscrew the bearing nut. Remove the damaged bearing ring and drop the new one in place. The bearing nut can be twisted back in, and the dishrack put back in place.
Lower Sprayarm Seal
Fix Number FIX11741334
Manufacturer Part Number WP3376846This genuine OEM seal fits under the lower spray arm in your dishwasher. It is also known as a bearing ring and is used to create a seal between the spray arm and the sump housing. The part measures approximately 2 inches in diameter, is made of a white plastic, and has been purposely designed with the split in the ring. No tools are required to replace the seal, simply remove the lower rack in the dishwasher and unscrew the nut holding the lower spray arm in place.
Lower Sprayarm Nut
Fix Number FIX11745480
Manufacturer Part Number WP8268873This genuine OEM nut is used to hold the lower spray arm in place. The lower spray arm is found at the bottom of the dishwasher, and you will need to remove the bottom dish rack in order to replace the nut. Some signs that you may need to replace this part are if the spray arm is coming loose or falling off, or if the nut is missing or damaged. No tools are required to replace the part. If the old nut is still in place, simply twist it counterclockwise to remove it then twist the new one into place.