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Water is leaking out of the bottom when I run it.

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If DW is older model (>6yrs) remove toe panel and see if motor (in center of unit) is large and black. If large and black, look for signs of leaking (water stains below motor or rusting on motor)Motor/Pump assembly about $125.00

Posted on Jun 10, 2008

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