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I have a GE Modle: GSD1100G00WW that is leaking water on the

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I have a GE Modle: GSD1100G00WW that is leaking water on the lower left front corner of the unit. I have replaced the door seal and both lower tub baffles. It is still leaking.
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Sounds like you may have a leak coming through the door down to that corner, Open the door, take all the screws out around the inner liner, Once all the screws are out remove the front panel. There should be evidence of water leaking inside the door, likely from one of the seals.

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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

I took the door apart and do not see any obvious signs of leaking. I noticed that it doesn't leak immediately. It waits 5 to 10 minutes into it's cycle. Could the float have something to do with the leak?

Yes absolutely Karen, Check the float is running up and down freely, If it is then check the switch right under the float, It could be that the switch has worn causing too much water to flow into the machine. If not your door gasket is the only other thing to cause this id replace it.

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Thanks!

Mike.

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