Dishwasher Repair

In terms of convenience, dishwashers are revolutionary. All you have to do is scrape off any excess food, slip your dishes and utensils into the machine and then sit back while it does the rest. However, your dishwasher can break down from time to time. When this happens, instead of resorting to washing your dishes by hand, you can give Justin’s Appliance Repair a call. Our team of certified technicians have years of experience repairing every make and model of dishwasher.

Besides repairs, our team offers maintenance services that will elongate your appliance’s life.

Commons Issues that your dishwasher can face

Your Dishes Come Out Cloudy

It’s possible that you didn’t properly rinse your dishes before putting them in the machine. You should also try adding some softener to your wash cycle. There may also be issues with the internal components, such as the heating element, the spray armholes or the pump assembly. Give us a call so we can get to the root of the issue.

Humming

If your dishwasher starts to hum and then turns off, then that is a clear sign that the motor needs replacing.

Extra Long Wash Cycles

This is a sign that the dishwasher is struggling to complete the wash cycle. This can be traced back to the timer or thermostat. Call us and we’ll send a technician over to see if these components needs servicing.

Not Filling

The following internal components could be malfunctioning and causing the machine to not fill: timer, stuck overflow float switch, valve or water inlet solenoid.

Excess Water

If your dishwasher is struggling to pump out any excess water, then the drain line may be blocked, or the impeller may be worn out. The drain solenoid may also need replacing.

Leaks

Leaks can be caused by using too much soap or the wrong kind. However, other internal components may be at fault, such as the pump, door handles or spray armholes. Call us and we’ll come see if they need repairing.

DIY repairs

If you aren’t sure that your dishwasher is salvageable, then take it to get tested. A certified technician will be able to properly answer your question.

Before doing any sort of work on your dishwasher, disconnect the plumbing and electrical systems, including the fuse from the circuit breaker.

Final Words

Justin’s Appliance Repair has a team of certified technicians that can offer the highest quality repairs, as well as exemplary customer service.

Technicians will schedule consultations around your schedule, as well as offer appointments on the weekends and evenings. They can be reached by email and by phone, and you are guaranteed to get a prompt response. They will also teach you basic repairs so that you can maintain your dishwasher yourself.

If you’re still not convinced, check out testimonials from our hundreds of satisfied customers. We treat you like family and we hope that you will recommend us to your own family.