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Kenmore 665.16039403 leaks water when filling

I removed the front access panel and can see a steady stream of water coming down from the dishwasher when the machine is filling; towards the back of the unit, but I can't see exactly from where. Water begins flowing as soon as fill cycle starts. No problems during the drain cycle, and definitely not a door gasket problem. Unit is 3 years old. Thoughts?

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It is coming from the fill tube. You can pull the unit out or use a mirror to look up underneath. It might have come off or got a hole chewed in it.
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