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wpm

03:20PM | 08/12/02
Member Since: 08/11/02
2 lifetime posts
Bvelectrical
I was given a portable dishwasher that seems to be in fairly decent shape - plenty of heat and power of spray... The issue is, that I just recently ran the cycle and lots of water leaked from the front panel. My hunch is that it was not level - and thus leaked. Could this be the case with a portable, or is it something more serious?

Would had to deep 6 it as I just refinshed the wood top - and it looks nice.

B

Jim D

11:45PM | 08/12/02
Member Since: 01/06/01
345 lifetime posts
Hi, yes - your hunch could be correct. A dishwasher does fill up at times during its cycle although the water inside them doesn't normally get too deep. How does the gasket on the door look - any rips/tears/cuts? Since the water's being sprayed at high pressure, it's possible either something's wrong with the door gasket or possibly a piece of silverware might have been stuck in there. A door gasket shouldn't be too expensive although it could be a little hard to find (a special order item from your local appliance repair/parts shop). I hope this helps some - good luck! Jim D/Heathsville, VA

wpm

07:50AM | 08/14/02
Member Since: 08/11/02
2 lifetime posts
Thanks for your help... Unfortunatly - the faucet connection broke as well... I think it is time for a replacement...

All the best,

B

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