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I have a Kitchen Aid model#KUDS25SHBL1 and it leaks through the bottom of the door. What is the cause and how do I fix it?

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There are two things that could cause this issue. The first and most common is a cracked feed tube. The feed tube is the plastic pipe that sits under the upper rack and feeds water to the middle spray arm. If this tube breaks or cracks it shoots water directly down toward the front of the door and leaks occur. The part number for a new tube is 3378144

The second thing it could be is the lower door seal, it clips onto the inner door liner at the bottom. It is part number4172127

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