Question about Whirlpool Dishwashers
If you are speaking about the filter behind the spray arm in the tub:
grasp the tower (the top post above the spray arm)
and unscrew it. CCW under and in the center of the tower hole thus revealed is a philips screw and fiber washer holding the spray arm on remove these then remove the arm. next, using a flat screwdriver un-snap the filter cover
Posted on Mar 17, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Heating element may fail. This will lead to the machine stopping part way through its cycle
Pumps. There are 2 pumps in most dishwashers. The drain pump,( which describes itself -it pumps the water out of the machine.)
The recirculating pump which forces the water at high pressure through the spray nozzles and arms. (This is how the cleaning action is performed)
These pump may either leak, or burn out. Either way, the only solution is replacement.
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
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