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 Posted: Sun Jul 26th, 2009 11:33 pm
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The dishwasher leaks by the motor when it's operating.  What do I need to fix it?

 

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A better decription of the leak - does it go through the motor, outside the sump, around the outside of the motor, through a crack in the tub???? etc

 

Shouldn't this post be in with "kitchen appliances"?  I suppose one may have a D/W in their laundry room, however


In that case, the laundry appliances would be in the bedroom closet, of course

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Water sprays from the area of the motor when the motor is spinning.

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does the motor sit vertically or horizontal?



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The motor is vertical.

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Does the water come through the motor shaft?



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ncsherman wrote: ...  What do I need to fix it? ...
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I'll have to check - may take a day or two.

 

Thanks.

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Now that I think about it, it probably does, since the water seems to fling around when the motor is running.

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Check your pump seal



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Will do, and thanks.

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