I have a similar leaking problem. GE fixed it last year -- the repairman said the pump filter was clogged. The visible filter (for us non-mechanical people) has very large holes and allows the debris to clog the pump filter -- out of my sight and requiring a repairman.
At first, GE refused to fix it, even though I had a 4-year extended warranty. They then offered to pay half the cost. Of course, I forwarded my warranty to the consumer protection gurus and sent a nasty letter. GE sent me a check to pay for the full repair.
With this new leak, I'm afraid I will have to repeat the fight to get GE to honor their warranty. They probably bet that most people don't save their warranty info.