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How is lower washarm removed to access the previous mentioned procedure?
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How is lower washarm removed to access the previous mentioned procedure?
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What is the complete model number of the dishwasher?

What exactly is wrong?

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Remove the upper dish rack.
Remove the water feeding tube for the upper spray arm.
Remove 4 screws (#3 on the break down diagram) holding the top cover (#1 on the break down diagram).
Remove the inlet protector (#8) holding by the tab on the right side.
Check the chopper (#6) for any clog.
Clean all debris and assemble in the reverse order.

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Hi Gene, thanks for all th info. We got to the part where we need to remove the 4 screws, but we can't get to the 4th screw because it's underneath the water supply tube. How do you get to the 4th screw? Do you have to get the water supply tube off? We don't want to break anything. Our model number is Whirlpool Gold Quiet Partner II GU2300 XTSBO. Any help would be appreciated.
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You quoted my post but you probably did not read carefully. In the beginning it says: "...Remove the upper dish rack.
Remove the water feeding tube for the upper spray arm..."

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You might have a clog going to the upper spray arm. You also may have a low water level, just dump an extra gallon in to see if it works
My Kenmore model # 665.13482K901 dishwasher was hardly even wetting the dishes. At the beginning of every new wash cycle, it would fill with water, then run for about 10 seconds, stops and fills with more water and then starts again. But, it still isn't enough water. I tried adding extra water with a bucket as suggested here and the dishwasher is spraying all the dishes as it should be.

How can I set the correct amount of fill water in this dishwasher? Thanks.
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...I tried adding extra water with a bucket as suggested here and the dishwasher is spraying all the dishes as it should be.
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Sounds like the problem is a bad water inlet valve. You can try to clean the screen inside it but the best solution is to replace it.

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I have a whirlpool GU2400xtps1 and the chooper get filled with debris on a weekly basis. When i clean the chopper the dishwasher cleans well for a week. What could cause the chooper to get clogged so frequently?
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Try to turn the chopper, if it turns freely, it's bad, must turn with the motor impeller.
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The chopper is new. Only the outside metal wings? spin. I'm thinking it may be the check valve but why would the check valve fail. I've read that there is something that is supposed to flush the chopper. Maybe it is not being flushed properly?
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