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Leaking F&P dishdrawer

My F&P bottom dishdrawer is leaving a pool of water on the floor. it takes 2-3 towels to clean it up. i don't think it is the seal because that was replaced 6 months ago. and i certainly don't overwork it. please help

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Have you take the lid seal out to inspect it.
1- If the Lid actuator is not working right, it will cause the the seal distorted.
2- You also have a problem with the Lid actuators.
3-There are 2 on the left and the right, one of them bad can cause your lid seal replaced 6 months ago.
4- Good news for you that they can be sold only a pair. When you have them replace both.
The part number is 528113

Posted on Jul 03, 2009

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