This morning, when my husband ran our dishwasher, suds leaked out from the bottom of the door. Figuring he used too much automatic detergent, I tried waiting out the problem by scooping suds from the floor as they leaked.
Then, the gushing started. . .water and suds poured out from the bottom of the door so fast, that after only 10 seconds, nearly my entire kitchen floor was soaked.
No matter what I've tried, the problem seems to be getting progressively worse.
There doesn't appear to be any clogs in the drain or hoses connecting to the dishwasher. Is there any reason why this is happening? Or is it merely time to retire my dishwasher?
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