Dishwasher Repair

Dishwasher Repair Near You


A dishwasher is an essentially machine that cleans and rinses dirty dishes. Humans must load the dishes, add detergent, set the appropriate washing cycles, and turn the dishwasher on, however the dishwasher performs a number of tasks independently.


How Does a Dishwasher Work?


A dishwasher doesn’t fill like a clothes washer. Instead, 2 to 3 gallons of water rotating the spray arms onto the dishes. The wash water drains and replaced by fresh water to rinse the dishes.


The cycle often repeats several times. The pressure switch regulates the water volume. A heating element near the bottom raises the dishwasher water temperature to 140 to 160 degrees F. The element also helps dry the dishes after the wash and rinse cycles are completed.



A dishwasher:

  • Adds water
  • Brings the water to the desired temperature.
  • The detergent dispenser is automatically opening at the appropriate time.
  • Cleans the dishes by spraying water through spray arms and draining the filthy water
  • More water is sprayed on the dishes to rinse them.
  • Drains itself once more
  • Heats the air to dry the dishes, If the user has selected that option


Whether you have a dishwasher which isn’t draining, isn’t completing the cycle, or something else , our knowledge and close and direct relationship with manufactures means we are the best placed to get your appliance back up and running quick .



We offer a dishwasher repairs in Toronto and the GTA.


We are really good at repairing dishwashers over our 10+ years of repairing faulty dishwashers we have built up an extensive amount of experience and knowledge and now we are approved by many of the leading manufactures who trust us to carry out repairs to their machines on their behalf.


Our service technicians are on the road ready to attend to your machine fast.



Some things you have to know about your dishwasher


You need to clean it


Unfortunately, a dishwasher does not clean it self when cleaning a load of dishes. You must clean your dishwasher in order for it to function properly and survive as long as possible.


We’d want to undertake a deep clean every month, but doing it quarterly or even twice a year (or even for the first time!) is far better than doing nothing. Dishwasher cleaning entails removing and washing removable parts, cleaning filters, and even probing through clogged holes.


. It can be used to clean a wide range of items.


Dishwashers are a misnomer because they can clean so much more than simply dishes. It’s very excellent for cleaning items that are otherwise difficult to clean. Here are several products that can be safely run through a dishwasher cycle and come out cleaner than ever before. (You probably shouldn’t put all of these items in the dishwasher with your dishes.) To keep your dishes clean, run them through their own cycles.)


  • Brushes and combs for hair (pull out the hair first)
  • Flip-flops
  • Hats for baseball players
  • Sponges
  • Brushes to be cleaned
  • Brushes for bottles
  • Sponge holders
  • Toys made of plastic, such as LEGO parts (corral them in a mesh bag first)
  • Cooking utensils and bakeware made of silicone
  • Shelves in the refrigerator
  • Cabinet knobs
  • Lightswitch plates
  • Pet bowls
  • Soap dishes and dispensers
  • Some light fixture globes
  • Plastic and fabric sports equipment (don’t use the dry cycle)
  • Vent covers
  • Vacuum cleaner attachments
  • Plastic faux plants (like succulents)
  • Metal dish racks
  • Metal grooming tools (like tweezers or nail clippers)


But there are some things you should never put in the dishwasher.


It’s not a free-for-all just because you can clean some unexpected items in your dishwasher. The dishwasher is a powerful cleaning machine that has the potential to harm or destroy objects.


Here’s a list of kitchen objects that should never be washed in the dishwasher.


  • Drinkware made of crystal
  • Utensils made of silver
  • Iron (cast)
  • Utensils made of wood
  • Cutting boards made of wood
  • Pots and pans that are nonstick
  • Pots and pans made of copper
  • a piece of plastic (check labels or the manufacturer)
  • Mugs with insulation
  • China plated in gold
  • Aluminum goods that are thrown away
  • Anything that has a sticky label
  • Knives for cooking
  • Lids for pressure cookers


Pre-rinsing should be avoided.


  • There’s an irony here: pre-washing dishes before putting them in the dishwasher can make them less clean in the end than if you didn’t. Scrape food from your plates before loading them into the dishwasher, but don’t rinse them first. There are a number of factors that contribute to this.
  • First, it’s difficult to determine when your dishwasher is full of clean versus dirty dishes, so you can wind up running it unnecessarily because you’re unsure, or you might end up eating or drinking from unclean dishes.
  • Second, your detergent relies on the food particles you’ve left behind to complete its work. This is because the detergent’s enzymes are meant to cling to food particles; without them, the detergent would just rinse away.
  • Third, Modern dishwashers contain sensors that decide how much water to use according on how unclean your dishes are, which is possibly the most compelling feature. Your dishwasher won’t accomplish the job it was designed to do if your dishes are reporting “clean” because you effectively previously washed them (albeit not well because you knew you’d be putting them in the dishwasher), and your dishes won’t be as clean as you think.
  • A dishwasher that is not working properly can cause a hard time and there could be several reasons for your dishwasher malfunctions. If you notice your dishwasher might need repair, It’s important to identify what the problem is. Here you’ll find some comon problems if your dishwasher needs repair!


Common problems for Dishwashers:


  • Dishwasher is not starting
  • Dishwasher is leaking
  • Dishwasher is noisy.
  • Dishwasher is not cleaning properly
  • Dishwasher is not draining.
  • Dishwasher is not drying dishes properly
  • Dishwasher is not filling with water
  • Issues with the door latch.


We offer dishwasher repairs in Toronto and the rest of the country.
We are really good at repairing dishwashers Over our 40+ years of repairing faulty dishwashers we have built up an extensive amount of experience and knowledge and are now approved by many of the leading manufacturers who trust us to carry out repairs to their machines on their behalf.


We can come out to you the next day on most occasions, even the same day sometimes, and carry common spare parts to increase every chance of getting your dishwasher fixed during our first visit; whether it’s a dishwasher repair in Toronto or somewhere else in the country.



If your appliance is older than 5 years or you have tried the dishwasher troubleshooting process and you’re still having dishwasher problems you will need to call Appliance Tech pros professional technicians so we can help!


Our team understands the urgency of dishwasher issues. When your dishes are consistently cloudy or still dirty after a cycle, you may need a dishwasher repair service. We can help prevent ineffective wash cycles and damaging leaks!


We can come out to you the next day on most occasions , even the same day sometimes , and carry common spare parts to increase every chance of getting your dishwasher fixed during our first visit , whether it’s a dishwasher repair in Toronto or the GTA

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