Keeping Your Dishwasher in Top Form
Zipping around to buy new home appliances that would make life simpler can be very exciting. Trying out anything new is always a novel experience. Purchasing that new dishwasher can conjure up visions of an easier time in the kitchen. Most people purchase dishwashers for evading the thankless task of washing the dishes after each meal. Depending on the number of people in the house, each dishwashing session could vary from 30 – 60 minutes.
Dishwashers can arguably produce cleaner dishes than hand washed ones. With a variety of rinse agents and the use of latent heat, the dishwasher will clean dirty dishes and leave them sparkling. Unless you’re fond of cleaning, you will not be able to replicate this each time you need to wash dishes. A dishwasher even negates the side effects of washing dishes by hand. These could include chipped nails, rough skin and other cuts and bruises. For all the conveniences it provides, a dishwasher is still only a machine. Frequent use and wear-and-tear issues would appear over time. Lack of proper care could also make you look for dishwasher repair services.
Over time and with frequent use, some common problems could affect your dishwasher. The common problems people face includes:
- The dishwasher does not function or run
- The dishwasher makes a funny noise
- The dishwasher does not drain out the wash water properly
- The dishwasher does not clean (or dry) dishes properly
- Food particles are visible around the filter
- The detergent dispenser lid cannot be closed
- The dishwasher retains some residual detergent in the detergent dispenser
- The spray arm of the dishwasher is not rotating as it used to
You could handle some of these problems easily enough yourself. However, if you have never repaired electrical appliances before, we recommend that you call in the specialists.