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GE DISHWASHER LEAKS AT LEFT CORNER

Nautilus GSD3600 6 yrs old. Have replaced the seal around the door and the corner baffles...still leaks. Now it's a mystery!!!! Will try anything...otherwise it works great. Tired of putting a cup under it.

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Have the same dishwasher and happens sometimes to mine when the door doesn't close properly because it is hitting the cabinet front. Try pulling up and forward from the bottom of the door when it is closed. if the bottom comes forward this could make the difference and stop the leak.

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