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I just addressed a iCO error code on my 2 week old Frigidaire Gallery DW. I reset the circuit breaker as recommended online and it worked fine for another few days and then came back. Customer service cannot tell me what the error code means. They WILL NOT replace the DW, rather want to schedule a service appointment. I have no desire to repair a new DW so I am receiving a refund from the retailer I purchased from. On to the next brand!
This is caused by the cheap bearing's in the motor. Even after I have replaced my $200.00 motor assembly it still leaks. put a small flat dish under it as the leak should be small and when the dishwasher starts making a loud noise the bearings are gone and I do not recommend replacing motor as it is half the price of washer itself. I myself will never buy a fridgidaire again. However if you do replace the motor assembly it is very easy and there is a video on youtube showing you how. good luck
One of the reasons could be door seal or sump seal leaking. But if the leak only occurs at a particular time in the cycle then most likely the wash motor or drain motor seals. Need the model number to make a more closer assessment.
sounds like the motor is bad.after it fills the motor should start,has it been leaking under the bottom of d.w.rmove the bottom front panel and see if there's any water stains,usually the motor will leak before it finally dies.