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- Parts Used Spray Arm Kit
- Difficulty Really easy
- Time to complete Less than 15 mins
- ToolsSocket Set
Washer arm hose developed a hole
Step 1. removed the single screw attaching the arm to the upper tray
Step 2. removed the bad hose and support holder.
Step 3. Attached the new holder on the upper tray, clips on.
Step 4. inserted the new hose assembly in the hanger and washer bar on the enb of the arm.
Step 5. tighten the screw - Done, 5 minutes!
Greg From Freeburg IL