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WE MOVED IN OUR HOME 17 YEARS AGO. THE GE POT SCRUBBER DISHWASHER HAS ALWAYS WORKED VERY WELL. RECENTLY IT STARTED TO LEAK UPON USE. FIRST OUT OF THE BOTTOM IN FRONT, ALL OVER MY FLOOR AND THEN IT STARTED TO LEAK THROUGH THE FLOOR AND I CAN SEE IT DRIPPING FROM THE CEILING IN OUR BASEMENT ? SHOULD WE GET IT FIXED OR WOULD THAT BE TOO EXPENSIVE?

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If your dishwaher is 17 years old I would say it probably should be replaced.

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The cost of repairs may dictate that you replace the unit, as when you are finished, you will have a machine older than 17 years.....there would be predictable failures in it's future... Consider a new unit.

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