Dishwasher Repair

A dishwasher that is down for the count leads to a messy kitchen, a sink full of dirty dishes and wasted time dealing with said dirty dishes. Despite the fear that you may have to avoid hand-washing dishes permanently, you don’t need to purchase a new dishwasher.

Call George’s Appliance Repair in the Fairfield, Ohio area and we will put you in contact with one of our highly certified and insured professionals. They will help you figure out a long-term solution in regards to your appliances.

 

Symptoms of a Broken Dishwasher

 

  1. Dishwasher Does Not Fill

 

If the machine has issues with filling up with water, then that could mean that the water supply is compromised. You should check to make sure that the intake valve is not clogged or that the float system is not broken. Other things that might need servicing are the pressure switch, timer switch or water inlet valve.

 

  1. Dishwasher Won’t Drain

 

It is completely normal to find dirty water at the bottom of the dishwasher. However, if that amount of dirty water is significant or out of the ordinary, then that indicates an issue with draining. The drain line, the sink trap or the drain valve could be compromised or clogged.

 

  1. Strange Noises from the Dishwasher

 

Banging, clanging and other louder than normal noises are sure-fire ways to know that the dishwasher is malfunctioning. It could be due to an imbalance in the feet of the machine due to an uneven surface or it could be due to a faulty inlet valve.

 

  1. Appliance Leaks

 

Solving this problem largely depends on where the leaking is occurring. It could be due to a faulty door gasket or an improperly tightened door. These may lead to leaking through the vent. If the water is leaking underneath the appliance, this could be due to leaky pipes or a faulty pump seat. It can also be due to corrosion and, if that is the case, then the appliance will need to be repaired.

 

  1. Dishwasher Not Turning On

This can usually be traced back to an electrical problem. Faulty wiring or bad connections within the machine can be responsible for the dishwasher not turning on. An average handyman is not qualified to fix these kinds of problems. They could risk exposing yourself and the household to peril or create more problems within the appliance. To get your appliances back into top working order, you need to contact a professional, which George’s Appliance Repair has plenty of.

 

If you are in the Fairfield, Ohio area and are in desperate need of a dishwasher repair, then call George’s Appliance Repair. Our professionals have extensive experience and will provide you with viable and long term solutions regarding your appliances. They will also provide you with warm, friendly and, best of all, cost and time-efficient service.