dishwasher repair in Denver

Dishwasher Repair

Your dishwasher is a hero in the kitchen. It saves you from the monotonous and sometimes unrewarding work of washing dishes by hand, allowing you to spend quality time with your family and friends.

Cleaning dishes, cups and silverware with a bottle of soap and brush is a long-winded task. Thankfully, we have dishwashers to make this task simpler and convenient. We turn the dishwasher on and everything we have put into it will be clean.

While we wouldn’t want your dishwasher to break, it does happen and we offer repair services. Our company doesn’t want you to have to hand wash everything or clean up constant messes from a constant problem with your dishwasher. Contact us and we will come fix the problem.

Dishwasher Is Making a Loud Noise

If your dishwasher is not drying the dishes properly, here are the most probable causes:

Defective drain pump

The dishwashers drain pump can become clogged with debris or wear out resulting in noisy operation. You can try cleaning out any debris or replace the pump altogether.

Malfunctioning circulation pump

Over time, the bearings inside the circulation pump can fail, creating a continuous droning sound when the appliance is running. If this happens, the entire circulation pump assembly will need to be replaced.

Worn Water Inlet Valve

The water inlet valve opens to allow water to enter the dishwasher at various times during operation. The diaphragm inside the valve could deteriorate and deform over time. When this happens, the water passing through the diaphragm can produce a loud buzzing or squealing sound. Replacing the inlet valve with a new one should eliminate the noise.

Damaged Impeller

The circulation pump motor uses an impeller to force water up through the wash arms. Noise can be caused by a broken impeller fin or by a damaged impeller scraping against the pump housing. Depending on your model, you may be able to replace the impeller independently of the motor.

Defective Drain Pump

Malfunctioning Circulation Pump

Worn Water Inlet Valve

Damaged impeller

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Dishwasher Is Not Drying Dishes

If your dishwasher is not drying the dishes properly, here are the most probable causes:

Malfunctioning heating element

Some dishwasher models use a heating element to dry the dishes. Over time, the element can fail. You can use a multi-meter to test the element for continuity a continuous electrical path present in the part. If the element tests negative for continuity, you will need to replace it with a new one.

Damaged vent assembly

Many dishwashers will use a vent assembly with a motorized door to let out the hot steamy air generated during the rinse cycle. If the vent does not open all the way, the moisture cannot escape and will be left on the dishes. A warped or damaged vent will need to be replaced.

Defective Vent Fan Motor

Some models use a vent fan motor to blow the heated air out through the vent following the rinse cycle. If the fan blade is damaged, or the motor itself is defective, the dishes won’t dry properly. As with the heating element, you can use a multi-meter to test the motor for continuity. If the motor tests negative for continuity, you will need to replace it with the new one.

Defective Limit Switch

Models, using a heating element, will have a limit switch that will shut off power to the element if the component gets too hot. If the switch fails, the heating element may not get any power at all again. You can use a multi-meter to test the switch for continuity.

Dishwasher Dispenser Is Not Working

If your dishwasher’s detergent dispenser is not working, here are the most probable causes:

Malfunctioning Dispenser Component

Depending on the dishwasher model, the dispenser may have a number of components that can potentially fail, including a spring, lever, or actuator.

Defective detergent dispenser

Since dispenser components cannot always be replaced individually, you will often have to replace the entire dispenser assembly itself.

Faulty timer

This is usually an issue with the burner itself, the receptacle, or the switch. A great way to troubleshoot whether it’s a faulty burner or a power issue is by turning another burner on to see if it works. If none of your burners are working, it’s an issue with your power source. Our team can help pinpoint the source of the problem.

Faulty Main Control Board

If your dishwasher has a main control board instead of a timer, the board can fail in the same way. While neither a timer nor control board can be easily tested, you can inspect both for signs of burning or a shorted out component.

Dishwasher Repair Service in Denver, CO

If your dishwasher won’t start, drain, fill with water or it has any other issue, call (303) 200-9921 to schedule a service appointment. We can repair any problem with dishwasher!When you call Denver Appliance Repair team at (303) 200-9921, one of our friendly customer service representatives will answer your questions and ask all necessary information to schedule an appointment at the most convenient time for you. Then, one of our professional appliance repair technicians will come to your place. He will give you a call 30 minutes prior to his arrival. All our technicians have special equipment to diagnose your appliance properly. As a next step, he will let you know what went wrong with your appliance and what he is going to take to fix it.

Contact Us Today

Are you looking for an expert cooktop assistance in Denver, Aurora, Lakewood and other towns? Call us today at (303) 200-9921 and we will do our best to help you ASAP!