If you paid less than $300 7 years ago, you got your money's worth. If you
have an expensive premium dishwasher, its probably a damaged rubber seal or
gasket (didn't say where the leak was) and worth fixing. Depends on your
budget, fixing yourself will be far less than replacing. Calling a
repairman may cost most of a cheap replacement
its a good thing most of you are not around when I cut loose cussing out
the blankety blank blooming ^*&^*%$$^
idiot who dreams up plans for new models of appliances. Then we
consumers have to suffer from their mistakes.
The Maytag isn't a bad design (except for the fact that the middle rack in
the lowered position bangs into the bottom rack when it is loaded with
dishes). It suffers from poor quality components... garbage control boards
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