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Located around the dishwasher tub, a gasket seal is a water-tight seal that prevents liquid from leaking out from the dishwasher. After years of use, this seal can dry out, crack, and become brittle, causing leakages.
Remove the lower rack of the dishwasher door and run a hand along the gasket around the top and both sides of the dishwasher tub. If the gasket is dry, cracked, or caked with old food, it's time for a replacement.
Replacing a gasket seal is fairly straightforward. Here's how:
If you notice water puddling beneath the dishwasher along the hose, you might be dealing with a damaged drain hose. The drain hose connects the dishwasher pump to the garbage disposal or drain. Over time, it can crack, tear, or become loose. Instead of draining the water directly to the drainage, it'll leak water onto the floor.
Run the dishwasher and closely observe the drain hose for leakage. If you notice water leaking from the hose, follow these steps:
The inlet valve controls the dishwasher's water flow. When defective, water can leak out of the dishwasher. You'll know the inlet valve is faulty if water continues to fill the dishwasher even when it's turned off.
A faulty inlet valve needs to be replaced. Here's how:
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