Is there a seal/gasket attached to bottom of door to stop water from escaping during a cycle? I just had the outer gasket replaced this morning, and the dishwasher still leaks. Thank you.
ANSWER Hi Franklyn. Is your unit level? Really to advise you, it also can be leaking at the vent gasket part # 4986DD3003A. Or the vent casing assembly part # is 5835ED2002D. Remove the toe kick plate and use a flashlight to carefully inspect where you think the leak springs from. Run the unit and while it's running, unclasp the door latch. Let it remain closed position so you don't sling water out towards you. Then as in 10-15sec. later slowly open the door and see where the water leaked out of the door. Feel to see if there is a burr or fold of the seal that allows the water to escape at this very point. If the middle spray arm is separating during movement then it will sling water out against the seal and create a leak. This part # is 5249DD1001A. Make sure that the wash arm funnel tubes are butted against the water manifold correctly when the rack is fully pushed back. Thank you.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Wednesday, August 17, 2011