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Meiko 530F leaks from doors bottom corners while washing, any hints, water level senson seems fine


Make sure the jets in the UPPER arm are all clear, and that there's no debris inside the top turret. On the bottom arm, IF the lower turret has (or is supposed to have) a rotating baffle, make sure it's in place - this looks like a very loose washer on the lower turret, running in a groove ~ the plastic versions get lost, the metal versions slip down and don't do their job.
Clean the drain channels along the bottom of the door and especially around the hinges, you will probably need a thin bottle brush or a steamer to get into the nooks and crannies.

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Hello,
Check the rubber seal in the bottom of the door has not perished or split,also check the bottom spray arm has not split on the ends as this will direct the spray directly onto the door,causing it to leak.

Hope this helps

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This sounds more like the sprayer arm isn't rotating freely.
Open the dishwasher and pull the bottom tray forward (remove it if you like)

Reach in and try to rotate the sprayer arm. It should move freely. If you give it a quick flick, it should spin around at least one full revolution before coming to a stop.

Sometimes these become blocked by dishes or plastic bags in the bottom of the dishwasher, other times they simply wear out and you'll need to replace the arm assembly. When I replaced this for our GE dishwasher this spring, the total cost was around $38 for the parts. The replacement took less than 5 minutes, with no tools.

If you want help tracking down replacement part numbers or a source to buy them, comment back here and I'll google them up for you.

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In most dishwashers is does not matter, what I am saying is the door does not seal to the unit like you think it would, there is not tight seal like on a refrigerator, in most cases the bottom lip of the door just closes over a lip on the tub of the washer. So for people that add to much detergent or the wrong kind can get suds coming out of the bottom. There is a float valve that stops the washer from overflowing(overfilling)
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ckd spray arm be sure it is not binding on something also ck for possible split in spray arm look close some are almost invisable ..when water is pushed through spray arm the seam will sometimes separate..also watch for oversuds

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