Dishwashers offer you and your family a great deal of convenience, cleaning your dishes while you sit back and relax. However, a broken down or poorly running dishwasher can feel anything but convenient. From cloudy drinking glasses to extended wash cycles, a variety of issues may be keeping your dishwasher from giving you the quality results you expect. Don’t let your ailing dishwasher get you down! Our expert technicians are here to help you identify the issue and find a quick solution.
Cloudiness may indicate poor rinsing prior to loading or extremely hard water that may require a softener. Our technicians can quickly get to the bottom of this!
When dishes are not adequately cleaned, it may be due to blocked spray armholes, a worn pump assembly or wash impeller, or a burned out heating element.
If you notice that your dishwasher hums and then turns off, it usually means that it has a seized motor in need of replacement. We can help you determine if this is the case.
If your dishwasher runs too long, it may be having difficulty completing the cycle if a defective thermostat is preventing the cycle from advancing or if your timer is malfunctioning.
Common reasons your dishwasher may not be filling with water include a defective water inlet solenoid, failed valve, stuck or defective overflow float switch, or a malfunctioning timer.
A clogged drain line, worn out drain solenoid, or drain impeller can all be to blame for preventing water from being properly removed from your dishwasher.
Using too much or incompatible soap is a primary culprit for leaks. Worn door gaskets, tub-to-motor gaskets, spray arm assemblies, or leaking pump/motor assembly may also be the issue.
We can fix:
- Heating elements
- Pump assemblies
- Wash and drain impellers
- Float switches