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Old 09-25-2013, 05:20 AM  
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Default GE -Dishwasher - Leaks During Dry Cycle

I have an old GE dishwasher that leaks only during the dry cycle.

Any clue why that would be?



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Old 09-25-2013, 06:53 AM  
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Hi,

Model#?
http://www.applianceaid.com/model-number.php

Can you see where the leak is coming from?
Air vent condensing and dripping on the floor?
Just leaking after the cycle has ended rather than in the dry cycle?

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I'm away from it, but I'll check when I get home.

Can't see the leak, but it only happens during the dry cycle.

I'll have to ask my wife for more info. She was complaining to me about it.

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Yupper, the more info the better

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Well she called the land lord before I could post any info and they are just going to replace it.

Thanks for trying to help!

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Well she called the land lord before I could post any info and they are just going to replace it.
THAT will fix it

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Not always. I'm still waiting on the repair man.



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