Our team understands how frustrating it is if your dishwasher is not working. Who has time to do dishes by hand? If your dishwasher isn’t draining, not turning on or experiencing any other problem then you’ve come to the right place. Our experienced dishwasher repair technicians are available all across the GTA to fix your dishwasher today. What’s more, we don’t charge extra for same day service. Give us a call, describe the issue and we will send someone to fix it right away.
We service and repair nearly every brand of dishwasher. With over 25 years of experience our appliance repair technicians have seen it all – if you are looking for experience, look no further.
If your dishes are no longer coming out clean, there are certain things you can check on your own before calling us.
If these tips haven’t helped, feel free to give us a call and we will send someone to inspect it and help you fix this issue.
If your dishwasher is leaking, there may be an issue with the pump or the door gasket. There may be other sources of leakage, but the probability of this is low. Regardless, give us a call and we will send someone to fix it for you. It also might be dishwasher drainage issues, but don’t worry, every issue can be repaired.
Is your dishwasher not starting? Don’t worry, it doesn’t mean you need to buy a new dishwasher. You might have heard this before but try unplugging it from the power and plugging it back in. On the rare occasion that this does the trick, why not try it?
If your dishwasher power is on but it won’t start, take a look at the door latch or switch, which should be located near the top of your appliances’ door. The door latch or door switch of your dishwasher ensures that your machine is only working when it is safely closed, shut and locked. If your dishwasher isn’t closing properly, that’s definitely part of the reason why your machine won’t turn on so check if there is something in the way. If you cannot figure this out, we are here to help! Simply give us a call.
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If you see an error code appear on your dishwasher screen, don’t assume the worst. Try to look through the manual (many are available online as PDFs) to see what it could be or give us a call. No matter what the issue is, we’re confident we can get your dishwasher working. For speedy, same day, expert dishwasher repair, call Express Appliance Repair today – (647) 492-7773
Different brands have different issues and that is why our technicians are trained to repair the major brands. Professional repair will save you money in the long run because it is cheaper to repair your dishwasher as opposed to buying a new one. Express Appliance Repair provides full dishwasher repair and maintenance services that keep your dishwasher in tip-top shape. Finally, in some cases, the cost of a particular part or repair can be too expensive, so you can also check our great selection of used appliances.
There are a couple of things you can do to avoid frequent dishwasher repairs and make it last as long as possible. First, you should never overload it. The dishes will not come out clean and you will have to repeat the cycle, thus causing more tear to the unit. The second thing is not to go overboard with dishwasher soap. By using a moderate amount of soap, you will avoid the buildup that causes the motor/pump work twice as hard.
If your dishes are coming out of your dishwasher looking cloudy, it could be because of mineral deposits (which can be cleared with vinegar), a clogged drain, water temperature, excessive or limited detergent, or gel detergents.
If your dishwasher is not drying your dishes during a cycle, it could be because you did not set the correct wash, dry or heat setting.
If you ever hear weird noises coming from your dishwasher, the cause may be as simple as it not being fastened to the floor or cabinet properly. On the other hand, the problem may arise from issues such as faulty motor assembly and dishwasher pump.
Before putting any kind of material in your dishwasher, you should always check with the manufacturer’s guide to see if it’s dishwasher safe. Materials such as aluminum and glass are mainly dishwasher safe, but disposable aluminum items, bottles, and cans are not.
To keep your dishwasher working well, you should do the following:
Dishwasher leaks usually come from the door. The problem may be a pump that is broken or a faulty door gasket. Damage to pumps usually comes from age and detergent.
If your dishwasher doesn’t wash well, the solution can be as simple as cleaning it. Another reason why you’re getting dirty dishes after the cycle might be a faulty or clogged inlet valve.
To get the best results possible, you should always try to scrape off any food residue and load the machine according to the guide written by the manufacturer.
A common reason why your dishwasher won’t start is the door. If the latches on the doors are bad, the machine won’t start because it needs them to hold a strong grip in order to prevent water spillage. An expert is dishwasher repairs can help you determine what the problem is in no time.
The most common cause of draining issues when it comes to dishwashers is food residue clogging the dishwasher’s drain hose and/or pump strainer. You can try to clean and unclog the drain hose. You would first have to disconnect it from the pump. If this doesn’t work, it might be best for you to call a dishwasher repair technician to diagnose and fix the issue.
There are a number of possible causes for this problem. From the water pump to blockages, our team will inspect your dishwasher inside and out for an accurate diagnosis before proceeding with repairs.
When our technicians arrive, they will be ready to get straight to work. If you have any dishes inside the machine, you should remove them. It’s also a good idea to make sure that there are no obstructions near the dishwasher.
The DIY approach to dishwasher repairs is not advised. These household appliances are far more complex than they seem and attempting repairs yourself could do more harm than good.