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Whirlpool dishwasher Model DU9450XY-1

I just purchased this dishwasher used. Had a friend help me install it. The dishwasher seems to fill with water then slowing empties on to floor for the underneath center part of the unit.

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Re: Whirlpool dishwasher Model DU9450XY-1

It may have a cracked tub does it drip out of the tub brace (a strip of metal that runs side to side on the bottom of the tub behind the wash motor) Have replaced several for this issue. Have fixed them with good epoxy also. PLEASE rate my help as solved if i answered your question!! Thankx

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