We service and repair all brands and are factory authorized warranty servicer for several brands.
Guaranteed one (1) year warranty on parts and labor for repairs.
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Local trained technicians and only factory parts to ensure you get the quality you desire.
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Common Dishwasher Issues
Clean all of the soap residue out of the dishwasher. If you have a stainless steel interior, we have a cleaner that our technicians can use or you can use when it is time. This needs to be done because all of the soap and soap deposits need to be removed from the dishwasher. Please note that mixing different brands of phosphate free soaps can make the problem much worse.
We recommend that you first reduce your soap use or change your product. The brand that we recommend (as well as Bosch, Whirlpool & Maytag) is Finish. Finish has replaced phosphates with enzymes and it works very well. With our service, our technicians provide free samples for your use. Please consult your manual if you own an ASKO or MIELE dishwasher. They may recommend a particular powder detergent that will work best with their cycles.
This sounds crazy, but it’s true! Do not rinse your dishes before putting them in your dishwasher. Dishes need to be scraped off, but the residues need to be left on the dishes for the soap to work properly. The detergent enzymes need something to wash and if you clean the dishes before putting them in the dishwasher on a regular basis, the dishwasher and soap won’t work as well.
Any plumbing connections like valves or seals connected to the dishwasher could be faulty which could lead to a slow leak from the connection.
A simple solution or cause comes down to one thing: Soap. Using too much dishwasher detergent actually is one of the leading causes of leaks. If a leak is detected around the door, open the dishwasher and check to see how much foam is inside. Any more than a half inch deep layer of foam in the bottom of the machine is too much soap. Sometimes, even the wrong kind of detergent could cause a leak. Never use dish-washing soap for use in a sink!