Dishwashers have become an integral part of today's home landscape. They provide convenience, efficiency and help give valuable time back. As the technology has developed, dishwashers have become more and more complex, with the addition of food grinders, water heaters, and digital controls.
- Cloudy Glassware
This condition may be related to the way the dishwasher was loaded, the dishwasher liquid used, or very hard water.
- Dishes not properly cleaned
Dishes that have not been properly cleaned at the end of the cycle may indicate blocked sprayer arms, a worn or failing pump or washer impeller, or a non-functioning heating element.
- Dishwasher hums and shuts down
This condition is usually indicitive of a seized motor which will need replacement.
- Wash cycles extremely long
This condition may indicate a defective thermostat or a malfunctioning timer.
- Dishwasher will not fill with water
This condition may indicate a fill solenoid has failed, a bad valve, or a defective overflow float switch, all of which will prevent the water from filling into the dishwasher.
- Water not pumping out
This can be as simple as a clogged drain line, or a malfuctioning drain solenoid or drain impeller.
This can be caused by an incompatible soap, or using too much soap. It may also be caused by failing seals or gaskets or the pump assembly may be leaking.
Dillon Appliance Repair can provide and install the correct parts on your dishwasher.
- Pump assembles
If your dishwasher is not up to par, call the professionals at Dillon Appliance Repair to get it working as efficiently as possible.