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Post# 689072   7/13/2013 at 00:13 (3,938 days old) by xpanam (Palm Springs California )        

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This has to be the last and end of D&M! Yes No?

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Post# 689535 , Reply# 1   7/15/2013 at 14:17 (3,936 days old) by roto204 (Tucson, AZ)        
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Not quite, although this is well on the way. The polypropylene upper arm may have been a later replacement, or if it was OEM then they were phasing in the new arms, although it's odd to see the metal bottom arm.

This unit still has the porcelain/metal tank and traditional dispenser.

The last of the last were polypropylene, with PP wash arms, a "soil separator" (*does hand jerking motion*) underneath the bottom wash arm and above the pump intake, and a new door liner that was molded one-piece with a circular detergent cup that was totally different than the swing-out type shown. That door liner and cup was a vast improvement over the old one that tended to be fragile.



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