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Old 08-23-2007, 08:36 PM  
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Default Leaky dishwasher

My whirlpool dishwasher, about 10 yrs old, has an intermittent problem with leaking during the rinse cycle. Any tip or tricks out there to improve the seal on the door? Should (can) the seal be replaced?


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Check your local appliance store. They will know your brand.
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Also You might want to check your door catch to see if it is worn out.
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