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Everything!! Have had mine for 4 years. Replaced just about every part imaginable! This morning it decided to leak onto my kitchen floor and all the water in the tub is still in there....with bubbled up soap. I spent $400 fixing this maching back in August, now this. Never again.

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There should never be bubbled up soap in your dishwasher. That is a sure sign of using dish soap instead of dishwasher soap. That will cause leakage. To remedy, cut open 3 or 4 pyhzeme (spelling?) capsules (usually used for stomach gas problems) and run for a 10 seconds or so, (which will knock down the suds) then pump out. This should fix your current problem. Please remember, I didn't build, sell, use, or repair your dishwasher in the past, just gave you free advise on how to solve your current problem. Please don't rate if you don't think this is a Fix-Ya for you, as any other rating will lower my score.

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