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thomsonfamily

11:36AM | 09/14/09
Member Since: 09/13/09
1 lifetime posts
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I have Kenmore Elite (mod# 665.13124K701) dishwasher that leaks at the float assembly (under float on the right front of machine). Sears tech's have replaced the float and manifold (spraying arms) assemblies. Machine stopped leaking for awhile - but now leaking again. It has a history of leaking same area since purchase. It leaks intermittently/no set pattern of leaking. Sears tech's can't figure it out and I'm out of warranty. Don't want Sears back (they'll charge me $129) esp. when they haven't fixed the problem. Machine is level. I've ran machine w/o soap/rinse/empty - still leaks. Any ideas? Could it be the water level gauge? I know float stops too much water. This is a high efficiency machine. I use HE soap & 1/2 of what directions call for. Water leakage is not sudsy/not dirty dishwater/it's clear water collected in a small bowl underneath float assembly. Dishwasher works fine but for the leaks! Any help out there??

ejvallorani

03:05PM | 03/18/12
Member Since: 03/18/12
1 lifetime posts
I have the same issue now. Did you ever solve your problem? If yes, how did you do it?

babypops

12:47PM | 05/09/12
Member Since: 02/10/12
26 lifetime posts
Sounds like the actual dishwasher may be fine, are you sure it isn't a problem with your kitchen installation?

BV001663

08:29PM | 07/25/13
Same problem here. Cleaning gunk out of float by service guy stopped leak. Two months later.. it's back. I'm on here to figure out how to remove float again by myself. Hoping I don't get advice from babypops. What a useless excuse for an answer.
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