Model - DWU9920AAX
Thanks for the information. I'd like you to grab a few towels for peace of mind :)
Secondly I'm attaching a diagram, and I'd like you to remove item number 10 which is the toe kick. With this removed, you can view the underside of your dishwasher. Have a flashlight handy. The motor will be in the middle of the dishwasher as you're looking in. Take every item out of your dishwasher if you haven't already. Start a cycle. If you see a leak, STOP the dishwasher by opening the door. Please try to pin point if it's coming from the motor area. You might even let it run 15-30 seconds so you can discern if this is the point of the leak. If you don't see a leak within a few moments, grab a pillow and lie there (no jokes, I'm being serious :) ). I'm telling you this because some dishwashers will leak in the wash and not the drain and vice versa.
ok - will try it... if the amount of water that leaked earlier leaks again - I'll be floating :) Back as soon as I can
Right now I can't get the kick plate off. There is one flathead screw holding it on and it won't budge...Will keep working on it though. I do know that it was leaking during the wash cycle. It had gone through the prewash cycles and was about 10 minutes into the main wash cycle when it started leaking. It only came out on one side of the floor, - the left side as you face the dishwasher. There was no water from the right side.
The kick plate is coming off finally! Almost ready to start the cycle.
Hi - don't know if you saw my last message! started the 1st cycle and within about 30 sec. the drip drip drip started. It is coming from a hose that comes in to the dishwasher from the sink side. and then when we hit the drain button to turn off the water - it sprayed across