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Leaks like crazy. Looks like from under it somewhere and from the door.

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Need to look at your seal in the front. I have replaced four of them in the past two and one half years I have owened mine. Do not use it if it is still leaking because there is electronic conrolers under there and if they short out its a prety penny to replace them. I hope this helps you.

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