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Question DetailsAsked on 3/13/2018

Water flooded the floor in front of my kitchen sink, it came under the cabinets. No water in the cabinets.

The dishwasher is next to the sink. we pulled the dishwasher out, and ran it. there are tiny leaks coming from a couple of places in the dishwasher, nothing from the hoses, but not enough to account for the amount of water that was on the floor. The dishwasher hadn't been run for a couple of days before the leak. Where could this water be coming from? There was no water on any of the hoses, the cabinets, or the wall behind the dishwasher. Nothing was wet but the floor. We think it has to be the dishwasher, but can't recreate the problem. we don't want to replace it, fix the floor, and find out it was something else causing the problem. There had been a slight decrease in water pressure at the sink faucet, but no leaks there,

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