Question about Maytag Dishwashers
Usually it is a clamp that holds the hose to the port on the washer. Make certain it is tight and firmly in place around the hose. Check to see the Hose is Free of cuts. If it is old, it may be ridged and cracking. The other thing that happens, is the door seals or door adjustments. Water can leak from the seals around the door and spill under the washer. Lay a towel under the door to collect water and see if that is the source. In some cases the door alignment is off. Look to see if the Locking attachment is bent or out of line. This can be out of adjustment from slamming the door shut or pulling on the handle when the washer is in progress.
Posted on Mar 17, 2014
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