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My dishwasher is leaking water out of the bottom. Please help.

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  • Shelton Tom Nov 02, 2008

    My LG leaks a slow steady drip when in the wash mode from the bottom left side corner. Is there a seal issue, door or hinge loose?? Is professional service needed??

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I do not recommend using dishwasher tablets, they get stuck in the sump and cause flooding.

Also try cleaning the filter in the bottom, under the basket. If it is full of food it can cause flooding.

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