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I have a slow drip coming out of a screw hole on a bracket that runs on the bottom back side of the dishwasher the bracket has four screws on it it is a quiet partner I model# du10050xtps1 serial# fr4203945

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  • dannyott18 Jul 27, 2009

    i have found the leak what i dont know is how its coming from there i also bought the whole motor and pump assembally but dont want to use it if i dont have to what i want to know is what that bracket is for and how water is coming out of that hole

  • dannyott18 Jul 28, 2009

    its a du1050xtps1 i hit two many zeros do i need two turn the washer lon its front

  • dannyott18 Jul 28, 2009

    found the problem its the tub. there's a bracket on the bottom backside of the dishwasher, it has four screws screwing into the underside of the tub. where the screw goes is attached to the tub, it has worn thin and is causing the leak. they dont show this metal bracket on the diagram but it runs on the backside under the motor and wher the heating coil comes down. have know idea what it does

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The washer water basin is leaking, u will need to get the seals replaced

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Hi, the model a you gave did not return any apppliance. Here the schematics for DU1000 undercounter series.

The braket at the back is probably dripping because of a leak through the drain hose. The drain hose starts from pump assembly , where it is attached, check it out to find the leak.

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Hi. I can help you. Begin by shutting off all of the water leading to the dishwasher. Then open the door and put a fan near the opening. Your goal is to totally dry out everything. Once that is achieved turn the water back on and see where the water is leaking, Now you have isolated the leak and you can go ahead and fix it. If you need more help get back.

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