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Dishwasher leaking I've notced on more than one occaision water leaking from the dishwasher. It doesn't happen all the time. Twice it was clearlly from the front of the machine, but a couple times I couldn't tell if it was leaking underneath as well. Once I was electricuted while cleaning the water. It worked fine after that until this time when there was a lot of water pooled in front and we could see water dripping from the left corner. Now I've been wondering if washing laundry and them both draining at the same time may be the culprit. I do tend to clean all at once and we never shower while the hot water is running in the dishwasher. If not what is causing this? The water drained out immediately when I turned off.

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If its leaking from the front its the seal. Its probably dried out and got a crack in it. You could try to repair it with superglue or something but would be best to get a new one (seal or dishwasher you pick)

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