Question about Dishwashers
You have one of two problems here. First of all remove the lower front panel on the dishwasher and get down there with a flash light and check it all over. The water leak is either where the water line is connected to the machine, or around the motor/pump seal. Close the door and turn on the machine. Now you will see exactly where the leak is. IF if is the motor/pump seal you may want to call a technician. If it is where the hot water feeds the dishwasher you may be able to tighten up the connection.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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