Question about Dishwashers
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You may want to inspect the seal around the door to make sure it's not worn out or has some foreign material stuck to it causing it to not make a watertight seal during operation. If you don't see any problems there, then you should pull the machine out from under the counter to see if the drain hose has been damaged or dislocated. Most dishwashers are fastened to the bottom side of the counter by two brackets. Open the door to the machine and look at the top where it meets the underside of the counter to see how it is fastened. It's usually just two screws. Once you've removed the screws you should be able to gently slide it out and take a look at the drain hose. You may also want to take note of the condition of the floor below the machine to see if there is any long term water damage that either needs to be fixed or will give you an idea of the location of the source of the problem.
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Posted on Jun 25, 2010
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