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Yes in this case you have either a leak, or a bad float sensor in the bottom of the dishwasher.
More than likely its just a leak, but can you tell when where exactly the water is coming from?
Is it just inside the unit or is it coming from below the unit under its floor?
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Yes you do have a leak internally that is allowing water to get to a place that isn't good, (electronics down there).
This one can be really difficult to find the leak on, so In this case I would recommend a service call to a local appliance repair shop.
Even for an experienced tech it will take a little time to locate, and they use specialty tools for that ;-)
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