Dishwasher Repair

dishwasher repair

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A dishwasher is a timesaver and a must-have appliance to own. Of course, that means it is a major inconvenience to have a broken dishwasher. In order to prevent the need to hand wash dishes, you will want to hire a local appliance repair service right when you first realize the problem. Anderson’s Appliance Repair is a local service and provides expert dishwasher repair.

Our technicians are prepared to repair common dishwasher problems. We do our best to load our trucks with manufacturer replacement parts and all of the right tools to ensure we are able to complete the repair service in the initial trip. We understand how inconvenient it is with a broken appliance in a kitchen, especially a dishwasher. That is why we do our best to to repair dishwashers fast with friendly, professional service.



Repairmen have years of experience in identifying and repairing dishwasher issues that cause strange noises to come out of the appliance. The reason for the noises is typically a broken washer arm bearing, pump housing or motor bushing. Because these are common malfunctions, you can depend on us to repair them ASAP!


There are usually two reasons a dishwasher leaks water. The most common reason is that there’s an issue with the door latch or closure and it will need a replacement. The other reason is a failed water inlet valve that must be repaired immediately upon our arrival to your house. We have the replacement parts to repair Whirlpool, GE, Kenmore and all name brands of dishwashers.


In the event a dishwasher won’t start or turn on, you need to ensure the dishwasher is plugged in and none of the circuit breakers. If that’s not the problem, then the issue might be coming from the door closure switches, electronic controls, thermal fuses or motor relays.


Your dishwasher is designed to fill up with water and then drain water after cleaning the dishes. Your dishwasher won’t fill when there’s a broken door latch or float switch or a broken water inlet valve. Your dishwasher won’t drain if there is a broken drain pump motor or drain hose on the unit.


A dishwasher isn’t of much use when dishes are still dirty following a cycle. The dishes can still be dirty if there is a broken housing gasket, filter or water tube or spray arm. We have manufacturer replacement parts available to repair each of these common dishwasher problems right away.


The reasons to own a dishwasher is for the appliance to wash and dry dishes. You do not want to hand dry your dishes following a cycle. A dishwasher does not dry if there is a broken heating element, rinse aid dispenser or thermostat. We can fix or replace parts for the drying functions of all types of dishwashers.


For your dishwasher to wash dishes, it needs to be able to dispense soap or detergent inside of the machine. This doesn’t occur when there is a broken bi-metal release, timer or wax motor.