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Bosch She44c Dishwasher

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Have a leak from motor assembly area direct to tray, even when you pour water in with the machine off.  Need to fix it because my counter is no longer visible underneath all the dirty dishes!!!  Any advice, appreciated, and a manual would make me ecstatic!  Thank you!!!

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Need appliance parts? Call 877-803-7957 now!

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That was Awesome!  Thanks so much for the manual so quickly, studying it now!  You Rock!

Thanks again!!!!:)

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Ok, we figured out the water is coming from where the circulation pump and impeller meet. Could it be the O Ring? It appears in good shape, and we tried reseating it, but it's still leaking. Should I get a new O Ring, or spend the money ona  pump or is something else leaking??? Any ideas????

Much appreciated!

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