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LG Dishwasher leaks!! New E1 Code just fixed an HE Code, gasket not broke, one of the electrical connections underneath had come loose so I just clipped it back on. I have not hooked everything up again...


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Water leak on floor under refrigerator


The line going into the dispenser is a 5/16 line. You'll have to remove the front of the dispenser on the door to get access to the line to unclip it. Once you have that done you can pull the line out from the bottom. At this point there are a variety of different unions, compression fittings, etc. to splice the line. After that you just feed the line back through the bottom of the door, clip it back in place, put the dispenser back together and your done.

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Water leaking from door when cold water dispenser being used


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The line that runs from under the freezer door and connects to the dispenser is cracked or the connector is cracked. By removing the lower hinge cover ya should be able to see where the line connects to the door and see if it seems to be cracked and leaking their,if that connector is good then the line inside of the door is leaking..in some cases depending on brand the line is easily replacable without having to dis-assamble the entire door

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I have a kitchenaid dishwasher model KUDMOITJBLO installed as new unit in Oct. 2002 in a new home. Current problem is water coming from front door, bottom as unit starts wash cycle after filling. Leak is...


Hello, Thank You for using FixYa. I will be helping you today.I would start by removing the outer door panel remove the screws around the inner door to do this.Then close the door and start a cycle. Sometimes you can see obvious signs of leaks just by removing the panel too. But if not let it run and see if you see water leaking anywhere. You will see water in the bottom corners its normal. If water is splashing over those corners the check the lower spray arm gor damage or cracks it can cause this problem also make sure the screws under the spray arm are tight. also check the upper arm.
Thank You and please rate my answer if it was helpful..

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Water leaking from door


Without knowing the brand of dishwasher you have, generally this type of leak
occurs when the corner seals to the door have failed or are completely missing.
They are usually small black rubber affairs in each corner at the bottom of the door
or semi clear plastic. They pull out, and occasionally children remove them.

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Just installed the dishwasher and it is leaking from the the two front corners of the door


I dont know what brand your dishwasher is, but if it is leaking from the two bottom corners it is not level. If the back is higher than the front, the water will drip out of the bottom corners of the door. Raise the front feet up so that the edge of the door is flush with the cabinet doors from the top to the bottom.

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I have a Hotpoint Super Plus dishwasher 7820. It worked well for a long time. Towards the end of the cycle it leaks a lot of water from the underside of the door, so it seems. I have fitted a new door...


The door seal has to be in a proper position completely around the door (including the bottom area of the door). If not, it will leak. Also, there are two black corner baffles/seals (located in each front corner inside the tub area) that may also be the culprit. Additionally, there may be an issue with the float switch assembly that shuts off the water supply prior to the wash cycle. If the float switch assembly is allowing an extra amount of water in the tub, it will cause a leak.

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Water leaking on the floor at the door.


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check the door rubber for any tears,this is also called a boot glove.

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They do not have bottom seal, problem possibly is door cabinet seal or loose dispenser leaking, just had that problem woth one of those the other day

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