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Kenmore dishwasher i have a little plastic switch that is just above the wiring box in the front right panel leaking what would be causing that and how can i fix it?????

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Just above that switch is the float. you are having an oversudsing issue or the switch is not activating correctly. take the float assm apart and clean it up. then use a little less detergent and let me know if this solvs the problem.

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To be honest with you i would first try these solutions and see if they work cause a new machine would cost a lot of money.
But if you can fix yours it would cost a lot less so plese try these solutions that i have provided below first ok?
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Water-inlet valve
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