Do you have a leaking dishwasher that's been giving you a hard time? Water collecting behind the dishwasher on a daily basis is a clear indication that maintenance is required. Don't just throw in the towel; we've got some ideas for fixing the most common dishwasher problems so you won't have to buy a new one. The accumulation of water is not only dangerous but also creates an unsightly nuisance. Contact us immediately if your dishwasher is leaking, and we'll find the source of the problem and advise you on the best possible repair solution quickly and affordably.
Leaking Dishwasher Due to Improper Alignment
Making sure the appliance is on a level surface is one of the fastest methods for avoiding a leaky dishwasher. A pool of water might form under a dishwasher if it is not properly installed. Shims could be used to adjust the dishwasher's height before another measurement is taken to ensure proper alignment. Once we have made the necessary adjustments and leveled the dishwasher, it should function like new. If this is not the case, we do a comprehensive fault-finding inspection to find the source of the leak.
Problems with Loose or Broken Valves
A dishwasher's internal connections and hoses are more prone to coming loose the longer you keep them. It's a good idea to get us to inspect your drain hoses to ensure that all of the components, such as the clamps holding the hose in place on both ends, are in good working order. It's also important for us to check that the water entry valve is free to turn and isn't stopped, as this can lead to flooding. We make sure we have the proper parts for your dishwasher by verifying the model before finalizing the repair.
Elements and Adjustments to Existing Thermostats
It's not uncommon to find that your dishwasher still does a great job of washing the dishes, but it's no longer drying them. The high-limit thermostat or the dishwasher's heating element is often the root of the issue. The dishwasher's thermostat prevents it from getting too hot while running. Before suggesting repairs or replacements, our experts double-check to be sure that none of these two components is at fault. We have a strong reputation with all of our suppliers, which allows us to offer replacement service parts at competitive prices backed by manufacturer warranties.
Dishwasher Door Leaking
A leaking dishwasher door could be the cause of water pooling directly underneath the door. A door that doesn't latch correctly may be the result of a bent or loose latch. Help is at hand, and it's as easy as tightening the clasp that locks the closure. A new latch system could be beneficial, but if water is still leaking from the door, we may need to replace the gasket. The gasket prevents water from escaping your dishwasher by sealing the gap between the door and the dishwasher body. To repair a damaged gasket requires little more than a few simple tools. If the hinges on your dishwasher door are shaky, we can fix that while we're there and get your appliance up and running again in no time.