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 Posted: Sun Jul 1st, 2007 09:21 am
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Samurai Appliance Repair Man



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OK, the diagram I found is only slightly more detailed that the one you posted and equally unilluminating. However, I think it's highly unlikely that you could place the drain check balls in the well in an arrangement that would cause the Separator/Filter Assy to split. BTW, could you post a picture of that?

Also, the pump outlet has been a common troublemaker on this otherwise fine dishwasher. The common failure is that one of the seams splits allowing water to escape sideways rather than getting forced up into the spray arm. On a dishwasher of this vintage and with this problem, it's usually worth going ahead and replacing it to avoid a future failure.



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