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I've had this dishwasher for a few years but lately it has been leaking from the seal around the door and it has not been draining the dirty water away. I have ordered a new seal and am just waiting for it to arrive. Although the outlet pipe is quite long (about 1.5-2 metres) it has been draining fine until recently. Can you advise me what I should look for and how to change the door seal. Thanks

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  • rmorgan2008 Nov 10, 2008

    I have a Bosch SHU3036UC/12 Dishwasher the dial is getting stuck and keeps running for hours and there is a leak in the bottom left hand side of the dishwasher.

    Please help.

    Rob

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Clean filter outlet, pipe is ok ..remove stainless steal screws in side door it should be easy to fit seal then.

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