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It's possible the bottom spray arm isn't rotating, and all thenwarermis being sprayed directly at the center of your door. Check this first. end, check the spray arm isn't damaged, as this can alter the spray pattern.
Before I took the machine out from under the cabinet, I would take a really strong light and some hand mirrors and try to see it leaking with the front cover off.
There is not a good chance this can be done.
Other than that, I would pull the machine out from the hole and test it where I could look underneath.
Should be either a drain hose of an inlet hose giving you trouble.
God bless your efforts.
Happened on my dish washer too. Remove lower rack, remove lower spray arm by removing the center plastic nut, check screws (torx) on outside edge of pump. Tighten these as necessary, mine were loose causing water to spray forward against the tub causing leakage.
it sounds like you need to adjust the door latch so that the top of the door will close tighter. when in the rinse cycle try pushing door at top to see if leak stops. if that doesn't let you know something then you got me. you have changed all that i can think of. Good luck