Question about Dishwashers
More than likely its the pumps head seal at the motor/pump connection,or possibly the drain hose has a wear spot in it but would only leak during the drain cycle,best thing you can do is remove the power and water supply to the unit and remove it to an area where you can tip it over to see where the water leak marks are under there,then sit it up on saw horsesand fill the tub with water manually and if you have an electrical cord,carefully wire it up to operate and then start it and wait to see what cycle and where the water leaks out at
Posted on May 29, 2011
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