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I have a leak coming from bottem of door only on rinse cycle

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If this is a MayTag check the seal around the soap dispenser latch. That seal may have a small crack. You can also take the inside cover of the door off. Then you can see the water marks to see where it is coming from. Mine was the soap latch seal. Cheap fix

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