Talk about a coincidental. I have the same problem, except mine is a
GE. You may want to take the bottom grill off and watch it during a
cycle to see when and from where it's leaking. On ours the leak
happens during the draining phase. There is a little toggling switch
valve thingy that moves via a spring when it discharges the water.
It's when this valve opens it leaks. I'm guessing there is something
within the housing of that part like a gasket or something that needs
I have the repair folks coming out today to fix it so I'll give you an
update when I get it fixed.
I've been trying to get my GE water leak fixed for 2 months now. I've got a
home warranty, so I just called them for service after I couldn't figure out
where the leak was.
They've now been out 5 times and I still have a leak. What's worse, they're
now refusing to do anything more, saying that it's been fixed. My question
is, why is there water all over the floor and running under my cabinets when
I do a load of dishes? Hmmmm, must be a LEAK! haha
I've done everything I can think to do on this thing. The level is good
(actually tipped towards the back a little), the gaskets are good, including
the corners, I'm not using too much soap, on and on. Man, this is getting
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