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We have an intermittent leak (saw water coming out from under unit (about 2 quarts of water or more)-- the unit is beside a dishwasher but dishwasher was not running- Is there any known leak problems that we should check? FYI-- the drain beside the unit has been tested and drains fine-- -

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Check the water inlet valve and the water line going to and from it and the line going to the pump in the back are common leaking areas

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