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Slight water leak towards end of cycle

My dishwasher is about 18 months old and all of a sudden I get a small pool of wateron the floor.
Watching as the dishwasher was running the water comes from behind the stainless front part of the door at either corner.
The blower fan has also just started to make a noise like it has movement and is catching
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Did u notice the Quantity of detergent used? If the leaking water is soaping, it is an indication of excess detergent used that cause the leaks. Reduce the detergent n observed the DW running, or run the DW without detergent several times to remove all residual residing inside the washer.If not check the door gasket or change the door gasket.

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