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Dishwasher leaks out front

Leaks out bottom of door at end of cycle like when its drying.  I'm talking a good amount a gallon or two maybe three and its brand new.  Any ideas?

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If pre-rinsing dishes use only 1 or two teaspoons of soap in the main wash cup..do not put soap in the prewash cup. Excess soap can cause oversudsing and cause water to spill over out the bottom of th door. Use rinse-aid for better drying performance

Posted on May 29, 2008

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