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I have a Maytag MDB7600AWB dish washer. I have a door leak, dripping from the right side. I can not see anything that would allow it. It seems like it could be coming from the inside of the door. Also, there is heat and condensation on at the top of the door, above the leak. It could be that steam is coming from the top right and dripping down the door. Could you give me some idea about fixing the problem.

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HI,

Check for the following troubleshooting steps:

Some leaking around-under-from the door on dishwashers can be traced back to a split in the spray arm. If the lower spray arm develops a split in it, the spray arm can turn too fast, and shoot water directly at things that it is not suppose to spray water at....sprays water at the door vents or edges and can create water leaks.


Many of the manufactures today have gone to a plastic corrugated drain hose on there dishwashers. These hoses have been trouble for leaking!!. Where the drain hose makes a bend it seems to get weak and splits = water on the floor. If you have a leaking water problem, especially if the dishwasher still leaks when the dishwasher is not in use complaint...check for a cracked drain hose.

Also, Check the link below for more information:

http://www.applianceaid.com/maytag-dish.html

I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue.

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Anand

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