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Water came flooding out and then when we turned it back on it just beeped and wouldn't shut off on it's own

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Sounds like the drain at the bottom of the dishwasher may be clogged! Or the water line in has broken or sprang a leak from down below! Where was the water coming out of???????


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Posted on Aug 29, 2008

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