Question about GE Dishwashers
The bottom of the dishwasher just started leaking underneath the dishwasher on the drain cycle only
Pull the dishwasher out from the hole slowly till you can get in to access the drain hose. It is probably a clamp that requires a pair of pliers to disengage. Get some towels ready or a shop vac. You may have some spillage at this point. Try partially loosening the clamp and seeing it can be placed more snugly onto the outflow drain pipe. If that doesnt do the job get a ring clamp. Its one of those that is a strap clamp that can be tightened down with a flat head screw driver.
While you're under there check the other input hoses. Did they use plumbers tape on the water supply line. If not remove it and use some and reattach it. The rule about these lines is be firm but dont force. Thats when things go from bad to worse. Make sure you remember to cut off the water source for the water supply line if you need to work on it.
Posted on May 31, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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