Have you ever noticed your dishwasher failing to dispense the sanitizing tablets efficiently? Or perhaps your dishes aren't drying properly while in the dishwasher? If any of this has ever occurred, you're probably in need of a dishwasher repair. Dishwashers are one of those appliances that run their motor more frequently than a washing machine or dryer. This can lead to, what appears, as more frequent mishaps or potential malfunctions. You needn't worry, as dishwasher repairs are fairly simple and require repairs such as clearing the filter or replacing the washing blade.
Dishwasher Motor Repair
Since many people run their dishwashers on a daily basis, the motor tends to wear out quicker than it might on other appliances. We offer motor repair services to help tackle this problem. Not only can we special order the type of motor that your dishwasher needs, but we can assist in installing and testing it, while also removing the old or malfunctioning motor. Dishwasher motor repairs don’t necessarily warrant a new dishwasher replacement, especially if your dishwasher was purchased in the past few years and was otherwise operating normally prior.
Dishwasher Filter Replacement
Dishwasher filter replacements can be ordered to replace the filtration system present in your dishwasher. Whenever you run your dishwasher with residue-filled dishes, the buildup has to go somewhere and usually winds up stuck in the filter. Over time, this residue can harden or block further buildup from adequately being filtered through your dishwasher. When this happens, you may begin to notice crumbs of food stuck to your clean dishes after a cycle or bits of food attached to the bottom of your dishwasher. Our dishwasher filter replacements can help remedy this issue.
Leaking Dishwasher Repair
Another common problem that we see with dishwashers is that they’re often leaky for no reason. This can happen when your dishwasher has been run too many times, the motor isn’t operating properly, or your dishwasher’s settings need to be reconfigured. If you do notice your dishwasher leaking from the bottom, it’s best to leave a towel underneath the machine until a professional is able to scope out the problem. Pipes and tubes may need tightening or reattaching, or parts of your dishwasher may require further cleaning and inspection.
Sanitation Cycle Repair
Lastly, one of the popular problems we find is that your sanitation cycle isn’t fully operating properly. This means that when you set your dishwasher to a certain cleaning setting, it is not removing the amount of buildup that is present on your dishes. Perhaps it’s leaving them with scaling, dirt, or the residue is drying to your dishes. When this happens, your dishwasher likely needs to be thoroughly cleaned, the filter changed, and reconfigured so that the settings to sanitize the dishes are accordingly functional. The water temperatures may also need to be adjusted so that your dishwasher can accommodate every type of cycle you're attempting to run and tailored to the dishes you put in it.