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Leaking dishwasher MY GSD2000Z0 dishwasher leaks badly. I ran it thru a cycle with absolutely no detergent in it and it does the same thing - it leaks very badly ! I can't even use it!

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  • jeffrey gallagher Mar 27, 2009

    mine leaks and it is the water pump cracked around the edges of the pump getting ready to replace the pump with water hoses going into it i think two hoses one on each side of it also it is plastic pump

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Unless you can check the hose connections for leakage and the waste drainage outlet it would be difficult to diagnose any specific problem.

Hopefully it will be a loose or failed hose or drain problem which are easily fixed.

Posted on Feb 18, 2009

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