On the list of appliances in your home that define convenience, the dishwasher is definitely towards the top. Scrape, rinse, load, and press start and a little while later the dishes are clean and ready for the next meal or to be put away in the cupboards.
Unfortunately, they do break. A machine that mixes electrical components, moving parts, and water is bound to have something break at some point. There are plenty of things that can break or malfunction on your dishwasher and we know them all.
Problems That Will Require The Help Of Aaron’s Appliance Repair
The Door Isn’t Shutting
Simple, but important. When the door is shut and latched, it communicates to the dishwasher that it can start its’ cycle. When it doesn’t shut right, it isn’t going to work. It is possible that the latch mechanism has worn out or that something is not lining up properly.
Making Noise It Shouldn’t Make
There are a lot of moving parts in there and a lot of things that can cause the dishwasher to make noises, knocks, and bangs that it shouldn’t make. Don’t use it until we have come out and diagnosed and addressed the problem.
It’s Not Draining
Check first to make sure that the filter and the drain are not clogged and have been cleaned. If these look good, let us come out and take a look and figure it out.
Continuing To Fill
The float switch, timer, and inlet valve are all possible causes for this problem. They will need to be tested to find which one is the culprit.
If your dishwasher is leaking water onto the floor on a regular basis, we can rule out it being overloaded. You are going to want one of our experienced technicians to come out and investigate the source of the problem.
Pulling dirty dishes out of the dishwasher is never a good sign. If you are making sure that the dishes are rinsed off well enough and that it isn’t overloaded, there is definitely a major malfunction.
Not Turning On
If you can hear a humming sound when you turn the dishwasher on, something is happening that is not allowing the motor to start. If there is no sound at all, make sure it is unplugged and give us a call. We will be there quickly to figure it out.
Dishwasher Repair in Broomfield
If you try to fix your dishwasher on your own, you could really hurt yourself or further damage the dishwasher. The mix of water and electronic components can be really dangerous if you don’t know what you are doing.
Not only is there the risk of electrocution, but you can also start a fire if you make a mistake with the connection in the machine. This could lead to you having to buy more parts than just the one that was initially broken, to begin with.
Our technicians know what they are doing and they can get the job done at a great price.