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I have a 15 month old Samsung Dishwasher and it’s leaking during operation. I cleaned the drain filter and the rubber seal which had soap scum on it and it’s still leaking from the right front corner. Help please!!
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Hello,
You likely need to replace the seal if the water is coming from the right-front corner of the door.. if it is coming from underneath, you would need to remove the panel to inspect further.
If it is the seal, this is the one for your model  https://www.appliancezone.com/dd62-00043a-samsung-dishwasher-door-gasket/





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Admin - 9/3/2019 5:02:40 AM
ello,You likely need to replace the seal if the water is coming from the right-front corner of the door.. if it is coming from underneath, you would need to remove the panel to inspect further.If it is the seal, this is the one for your model  https://www.appliancezone.com/dd62-00043a-samsung-dishwasher-door-gasket/


Can you please tell me how to remove the panel and what I’m inspecting for? Also is this the seal on the actual door or the unit itself? There is a seal for the door on the bottom and a seal for the unit.
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Hello,

I was referring to the seal in the door... again, it is hard from my end to say where the water is coming from. I would have to see it for myself.. I assumed you meant it was coming from the right front corner of the door.. if that is the case the likely the door seal needs replaced.
As far as removing the panel.. On the bottom of the front of the dishwasher you should have a panel with at least one screw on each side that you can remove to access the lower unit of the dishwasher.





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Thank you for the info, what is the part# for the door seal? The seal that the link was sent on if for the Tub not the door. The door has one seal on the very bottom, nothing around the rest of it. 
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Hello.. sorry about that. I am not seeing an individual seal.. can you see it in this <Diagram> 



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ello.. sorry about that. I am not seeing an individual seal.. can you see it in this  


I see the tub seal in the diagram but the door seal is a single strip seal along the bottom.
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ello.. sorry about that. I am not seeing an individual seal.. can you see it in this  


I see the tub seal in the diagram but the door seal is a single strip seal along the bottom.


The diagram does not show the door seal.
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Good ole Samsung.. their diagrams are the most limited or incomplete of any brand. You may have to contact them directly to find out what that part # is for yours.. sorry





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You need to remove the front panel to see where exactly is leaking. I have seen several times leaking through vent seal and then through vent exhaust water will appear on the floor


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