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I have a GE 24 in. GSD4030Z Built-in Dishwasher that leaks

My GE 24 in. GSD4030Z Built-in Dishwasher leaks when it goes into the drain cycle. The hose connections are ok. It is quite obvious that the leak is at the seal where the arm enters the housing pump assembly to turn the valve inside the housing pump in order to switch to the "drain cycle".

I have ordered from GE a gate shaft seal and a new push-on nut, hoping this will solve my problem.

My QUESTION is: are there any special instructions for replacing this seal, or is this a straightforward procedure, where I simply pull off the solenoid bracket, pull out the seal, then reverse the procedure?

Many thanks,

Bill Watson

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  • Bill Watson Apr 20, 2009

    my GE 24 in. GSD4030Z Built-in Dishwasher really does leak at the gate shaft seal. Tnx.

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You may have a pinhole in your drain hose

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