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If you are having an issue with your dishwasher-such as doesn't clean the dishes well or it's leaking-or if you have any other issues with your dishwasher, you need professional help from a repair technician. Please call our Las Vegas Dishwasher Repair toll free number and we will set up an appointment to get your dishwasher back to optimum shape.
Simply call us at our Las Vegas Appliance and Air Conditioning Repair toll free number to schedule your same-day dishwasher repair:
For parts only: 800-370-9281
Please note that all purchased dishwasher parts are shipped directly to you
Or contact us by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org Please include your name, contact information and a brief explanation of the dishwasher problem that needs to be repaired. Once we receive the email, we will contact you immediately to schedule your appointment with Las Vegas Dishwasher Repair.
We service and repair all dishwasher brands and models:
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Our dishwasher repairs service area includes all of Las Vegas and the surrounding areas. Please view the list of areas that we service below. If you do not see your area listed, please contact us to find out if we are able to provide you with dishwasher repair services:
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Please read the following educational information in order to learn how to extend the life of your dishwasher, as well as how to save energy-and money on your utility bills-by using your dishwasher in the most efficient way. Please remember that this information is offered for educational purposes only and it is not suggested that you do dishwasher repairs yourself. Since dishwasher repairs require experience and professional training, it can be extremely dangerous if you do not have this experience or training. In addition, repairs to gas and electric systems are especially dangerous if you don't have the knowledge or experience needed. For experienced, professional help from a trained dishwasher repair technician call us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at:
How Dishwasher Works
Turning the dishwasher on opens the water fill valve. When the water just covers the heating element, the float switch shuts off the fill valve. The heating element heats the water to 140'F
The motor pumps water to the spinning spray arms. A pump solenoid opens the drain valve, and the dirty water drains out. The solenoid closes the drain valve, and the fill and spray cycle repeats for a rinse cycle. The wash / rinse cycle is repeated per the settings of the control panel
The heating element comes on again to speed the drying process.
A Double-Duty Dishwasher Pump
During wash and rinse cycles, the solenoid opens the spray line and closes the drain pipe.
During drain cycles, the solenoid closes the spray line and opens the drain pipe.
Dishwasher Air Gap
Air gaps prevent a possible backflow from a drain into the water soppy. They are required by most plumbing codes for dishwashers.
During a drain cycle, after the drain cycle, air flows into the shield deflect water shield, preventing drain water from going down into the drain pipe going back into the dishwasher.
Before Calling for Dishwasher Repair Help
If the dishwasher won't start: Check the circuit breaker in the service panel. Flip the breaker off, then on again. If the breaker is on, check to see if a separate wall switch is "off" or if the cord has become unplugged.
If the dishes are not coming out clean:
Make sure you are using dishwasher detergent, not dishwashing detergent.
Interrupt a wash and measure the water temperature. It should be HOT
Remove food from plates before washing.
Interrupt a wash cycle and check the water level. It should be just over the heating element. If not, remove and clean the float switch until it slides up and down freely.
Remove the spray arm(s), and clean the spray holes. After replacing, make sure the arm spins freely.
If the dishwasher is leaking:
Make sure you are using the manufacturer-recommended amount of dishwasher detergent. Note that dishwashing detergent makes too many suds, which will spill out.
Check the float switch. If stuck in the down position, it will cause the dishwasher to overfill.
Clean the door gasket with a sponge and detergent until it feels smooth.
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