Dishwasher Repair service

Dishwasher repair service for all brand make and models.
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Dishwasher not draining repair and other services are something that you might need to do from time to time.

On this page, you will find all the answers and explanations about your dishwasher.

  1. How dishwasher work.
  2. Dishwasher installation process.
  3. Maintenance and how to service the dishwasher.
  4. Common problems and breakdown with dishwasher.
  5. Tips and tricks from years of experience.

How Dishwasher Work? (basic)

A dishwasher is a machine that clean, rinse and dry your dishes. 

It’s all start by placing  dirty dishes on the lower and upper racks.

The lower rack is mostly designed for plates and pots, and the upper rack is for glasses, bowls and long-handled utensils.

After all dishes are placed in the racks. 

You can Close the door and choose the desired cycle.

press start, and now all the magic begins.

Rinse is the First Cycle.

The dishwasher will start the cycle by draining all remaining water from the last cycle. 

That will take about 1-2 minutes.

After all the water is out, the water inlet valve gets a signal to open up and allow fresh tap hot water in.

The water inlet valve will stay open for about 1-2 minutes and let 6-8 liters of water to enter the tub.

when the water gets to the top level

The wash pump will start to spin and spray all the water in the tub for about 10-20 minutes.

This is the the rinse cycle , the firs wash.

After the rinse cycle is done. The drain pump will start to work to remove all the water out from the tub and the The wash pump will kick in and in short periods.

that will remove dirty water from the tubes and from the pump itself.

Now that the wash pump and drain pump finished.

The water inlet valve will open one more time and will fill the tub another 6-8liter of hot tap water.

Once the tub is full.

The wash pump will start to work in full force and shoot the water thru the lower, middle and upper spray arms.

The heater element will kick in and heat up the water.

When the water riches to the desired temperature of approx. 60-90 degrees Celsius, 

the soap dispenser tray will open up and release the detergent soap to the tub.

The wash pump is now working with full force, and the heater element is on. The water and soap mix together scrubbing and washing the dishes for 45min-1 1/2 hours

At the end of this wash cycle, the drain pump will start working and drain all the dirty water out. 

The wash pump will work for shorts cycle to remove access water from the inner tubes, spray arms and the pump itself. 


Now  the dishes are clean and hot and the tub is empty.

The water inlet valve will open once again, and another rinse cycle is starting now.

This time it will be to wash away all the detergent.

In this last rinse cycle, the wash pump will run for about 25-35 minutes with the heater element on. 

That will wash away all the detergent and whatever dirt that left behind. 

After all the dishes are rinsed, the drain pump will start to pump out all the water out and The wash pump will kicks in and out for few more times.


The dishes are clean, hot and wet and It’s time to dry them out.

Now that the tub is empty from water, the drying process begins.

the heater element will heats up and ventilation system is on.

dishwashers using the heater element and ventilation for the drying cycle.

The hot steam are drying the dishes

The drying process may take about 1-4 hours depends on the dishwasher model and the cycle you chose.


It’s all done Now.

You can open the dishwasher door but be careful, as hot steam may still be inside the dishwasher.

Remove all the dishes out.  place them whenever you want, and Leave the dishwasher door closed but not latched.

That will allow the moisture  to evaporate.

Leaving the door open will prevent mold buildup on the door gaskets, the wash pump, and the dispenser tray.

These are basic principles of how the dishwasher works.

As technology changes, many different components have being added to the dishwasher.

Those components are there to make the dishwasher more efficient.

A newer dishwasher model uses sensors to measure water temperature, water level, wash pump speed and water clearance.

in some models there is a water distribution mechanism that controls the amount of water to the spray arms for each rack.


How to fix a leaking dishwasher?

A leaking dishwasher can be caused by a variety of issues, such as a clogged drain, a faulty water inlet valve, or a damaged door seal. Here are some steps you can take to try and fix a leaking dishwasher:

• Check the drain: A clogged drain can cause water to back up and leak out of the dishwasher. Make sure the dishwasher’s drain is clear and free of debris.

• Check the water inlet valve: The water inlet valve controls the flow of water into the dishwasher. If the valve is faulty, it can cause water to leak out. Check the valve for any signs of damage or wear and tear.

• Check the door seal: A damaged door seal can allow water to leak out of the dishwasher. Inspect the seal for any cracks or tears and replace it if necessary.

• Check the hoses: Make sure the hoses that connect the dishwasher to the water supply and drain are not loose or leaking. Tighten any loose connections and replace any damaged hoses.

• Check the spray arms: The spray arms can become clogged with food debris, which can cause water to leak out. Clean the spray arms and make sure they are not damaged.

If the problem persists after checking these things it may be best to call a professional repair service

How to repair a not draining dishwasher

A dishwasher that is not draining properly can be caused by a variety of issues, such as a clogged drain, a faulty pump, or a malfunctioning garbage disposal. Here are some steps you can take to try and fix a non-draining dishwasher:

  1. Check the garbage disposal: If the dishwasher is not draining properly, it may be because the garbage disposal is clogged. Run the garbage disposal to clear any blockages.

  2. Check the drain hose: The drain hose can become clogged with food debris or other objects. Locate the drain hose and remove any debris that may be blocking it.

  3. Check the air gap: The air gap is a small device that sits on top of the sink and prevents dirty dishwasher water from flowing back into the dishwasher. Check the air gap to make sure it is not clogged.

  4. Check the pump: The pump is responsible for moving the water out of the dishwasher. If the pump is not working properly, it can cause the dishwasher not to drain. Check the pump for any blockages or damage.

  5. Run a dishwasher cleaner: Sometimes, dishwashers can become clogged with hard water or mineral buildup. Run a dishwasher cleaner to help remove any buildup and improve the dishwasher’s performance.

If the problem persists after checking these things it may be best to call a professional repair service

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some answers to the questions we receive the most about our services.
If we missed anything, please do not hesitate to contact us. We’ll be happy to help

A. not draining dishwasher can be solved and can be avoided ahead of time.
Check that the drain filters are not blocked, and check the drain hose that is not kink or got some debris stuck in it.

In some cases, you will need to replace the drain pump.
To avoid these issues, always rinse the dishes before putting them in the dishwasher.
Avoid putting fragile glass inside the dishwasher.

If your dishwasher begins making a loud, buzzing noise, it could be because something is stuck in the pump intake, things in the dishwasher are rubbing up against one another or if the dishwasher is new or hasn’t been run in a long time. Under certain circumstances, a loud buzzing noise might be normal.

The water inlet valve on your washing machine is the part that connects the two water hoses to the machine, and it controls the flow of both hot and cold water. A problem with the valve can cause the washer not to fill properly or not fill at all

A. most of the dishwashers use a heater element to dry the dishes at the end of the cycle and use the heater element to heat the water during the wash cycle. If you have a broken heater element or a burnt fuse, it will prevent the heater from working and will not dry the dishes.
other things that can cause dishes to stay wet is a lousy ventilation port valve stuck in a closed position or a control board that doesn’t send current to the heater element

If your dishwasher won’t start, the problem could be the door latch or door latch switches. … If the door cannot close properly to activate the door latch switches or if the switches are defective, then the dishwasher controls will not receive power and the dishwasher will not start.

Most dishwashers have the thermal fuse located in the control panel area. To determine if the thermal fuse is bad, remove the control panel, locate the fuse, and test it for continuity.

Yes, you can reset your dishwasher by pressing the Start/Reset button on the appliance and waiting a few minutes. If your dishwasher still doesn’t start, you may need to reboot the entire system by turning off power to the appliance at the house circuit breaker or fuse box.

Replacing a dishwasher control panel ranges from $200 to $500, depending on your appliance’s make and model.

There are several possible causes for an ineffective dishwasher, including a dirty filter, clogged spray arm, or broken soap dispenser. If you’ve noticed that your dishwasher’s not getting dishes clean, it’s time to investigate.

approximately 6-10 years
The average lifespan of a modern dishwasher is approximately 6-10 years. Over time, major components like the motor or pump may wear out, and out-of-warranty repairs can easily run $400-$600 or more once parts, labor and trip costs are calculated.

There is no rule that says your dishwasher needs to run at a certain time every day. If it is not full, then don’t start it. It is perfectly normal to leave your dishes in the dishwasher for another day. After all, running the dishwasher when it is not full is a waste of energy and water

A dishwasher may not be worth repairing depending on what the problem is. If the dishwasher needs something simple but important, such as a door latch or seal, soap dispenser, pressure switch, drain pump or fill valve, repair may be worth it.