GE lower spray arm removal

I have looked for but cannot find the way to remove the lower spray arm on my GE dishwasher. The thing won't drain and I suspect it's being used as a garbage disposal and is plugged up. The washer fills, then sprays, then when it goes to empty, nothing goes into the sink drain. I can watch the solenoid kick on when it is time for the empty cycle, so that leads me to the following conclusions:
1) timer is good 2) float is fine (but you should have seen the gunk on it) 3) solenoid works 4) fill valve works
I need to get the spray arm off to see what's plugged up down there.
Thanks,
Jeff
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Hi all,
If the d/w is not draining, checking under the spray arm won't help much....pump inlet, drain hose, drain solenoid, etc are things that can/will stop the draining....some not draining helps....
http://www.applianceaid.com/gedishdrain.html http://www.applianceaid.com/drain_wash.html#drain
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