Question about GE 24 in. GSD3400G Built-in Dishwasher
Selected hot start option, later noticed smell, and found plasticware melted. Appears as no water entered system.
Cleaned up melted mess. Next attempt the front door seal was leaking water, so water flowed this time.
Door seal may have gotten hot and needs replacement. Also noticed door seal factory installed one way and attempts to pull out of channel when door closes. If installed the other way it looks like the seal would apply better sealing pressure to door.
This is addressing two issues.
Any suggestions. Thank you
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Leaking door (Running Water)
being in the uk i dont know this appliance, but the fault is probably that it is overfilling caused by crap in the airchamber or the hose leading to the pressure stat blocked or a split in this hose
Posted on Apr 15, 2007
I had exact problem with a similar model.Mine was about 8 months old. I could have ordered a replacement seal but it would have done the same thing after a few months (according to the shop where I buy/order anything that runs on electricity, most anyways). I opted paying a few extra bucks and bought a seal(not made by Maytag but they sell replacement parts that fit). Mines been fine ever since(no black marks left after high temp washing,etc) Following is a link that my guy orders from but you'll have to check and see if they have one to fit your model. www.apwagner.com/index.php?main_page=page&id..
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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