Dishwashers are one of the most time-saving appliances in the house because they can clean a large number of dishes in a relatively short amount of time. And because of improvements in technology, dishwashers are more efficient than ever - saving money on both water and energy usage.
But when something goes wrong with your dishwasher, it can feel like a big mountain to climb to find out the problem and get it repaired. Don’t worry, it doesn’t have to be this way.
Remember that safety should always be your top priority when attempting any repair. This means turning off the power to the appliance from the breaker box and using the proper tools for the job.
The following is a list of the most common dishwasher problems and how to troubleshoot and make the repairs yourself.
In Colorado, we experience extreme temperature fluctuations; one day it's 20 degrees and the next it's 80. This should not be the case with your refrigerator. Nothing is more distressing than opening the fridge in the morning for a cold glass of milk to find it dark and warm. Make sure this doesn’t happen to you by doing simple and periodic maintenance.
Garbage disposals are one of the few kitchen appliances that are hidden out of sight. We only know they’re there when it’s time to grind up dinner’s food scraps. But when the garbage disposal isn’t working properly, we’re suddenly very aware of how important the appliance is. Troubleshooting your garbage disposal isn’t hard, it just takes a little problem solving, common sense and the right tools.