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The whirlpool dishwasher I just bought used and installed in my rental property leaked from the bottom of the front door. The dish washer had been sitting for some time before I bought it. What will fix the leak?

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    My dishwasher is about 3 years old and it started leaking in the front about a month ago. I run it once a day. My husband pulled it out of the cabinet and ran it. We can see it leaking at the front right and when there is a lot of water it runs down the face plate to the other side. It looks like the front seal is no longer holding in the water.

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Buy a new door seal from appliance store they rott after awhile

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