Question about Dishwashers
I have noticed that suds have been staying in the bottom of the dishwasher the last 3 times it was used. Yesterday, I went into the kitchen and discovered that the dishwasher was leaking suds and water. I tried to running a rinse cycle and draining and the problem continues. The unit is only a year and a half old. Is this something we can fix ourselves?
I believe you may be over sudsing, Try a few cycles with vinegar and no soap. Do not use dishwashing soap at any time ever. See if the vinegar trick helps...helijm
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
Any luck, I have the same machine and problem.
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