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FIXED Whirlpool Dishwasher WDT910SAYM3 not drying - checked heating element and thermostat

Jake

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You will need to pinpoint the leak with a flashlight to see EXACTLY where its leaking from.

Check the rubber hoses where they connect to the washer motor and make sure the hose clamps are tight.

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BlueWRXPride

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Once I put the racks back in there was no more water coming from the door. Like I said, it was not a small drip so it was an obvious change from putting the racks back in. The area under the dishwasher was always dry so it wasn't a leak from me replacing the motor.
 

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Oh ok, I misunderstood, my bad.

So how is the new wash motor doing?

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BlueWRXPride

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We've done 2 loads so far and they have both worked. It's looking good so far, but I need to wait for a few more successful washes before I can definitively declare victory. Either way, I think it's safe enough to thank you for your help at this point!
 

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Excellent, I'm certainly glad to hear that.(y)

Thanks for the update!

Jake
 
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