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How to Keep your Dishwasher Running Smoothly

Updated: Apr 4

Dishwashers have become a staple in the modern family home. They save time and make everyday life easier, until they break down. We understand the frustration of dirty dishes piling up and no solution in sight. That’s why our team at Appliance Gators is dedicated to providing speedy repairs and friendly service, to meet the demands of our clients and their families. Don’t let a broken dishwasher disrupt your daily routine, contact us for fast, reliable service.

When it comes to any major appliance in your home, it’s important to do your homework and invest in a reliable, well-tested model from a reputable brand. At Appliance Gators, we not only provide expert repair services to all major appliance brands, but we can also help you choose the perfect appliance to meet your needs. Our team is knowledgeable and up-to-date with the latest technologies and trends in the industry, and we are always happy to share our recommendations and expert advice!

The key to avoiding dishwasher repairs is proper use and care. At Appliance Gators, we recommend that you always follow the manufacturer's instructions, including loading your dishwasher properly and not overloading it. It's also important to avoid putting items in the dishwasher that aren't dishwasher safe, such as repaired dishes or chipped/cracked dishes, as well as aluminum pots and pans. Taking these small steps can prevent costly repairs and keep your dishwasher running smoothly for years to come.

Did you know that running hot water in your sink before starting your dishwasher can help ensure that your dishwashing soap dissolves properly? Water that is too cold will not activate the detergent. Additionally, inspecting your dishwasher after every use can help you catch any issues before they become major problems. Make sure nothing has fallen from the racks and clean any dirt or debris that may be present.

To clean your dishwasher, start by checking the bottom spray arm for any built-up debris that may be blocking the holes. Then, inspect the coating on the racks to make sure there are no cuts or chips that could lead to rust. Finally, give your dishwasher a thorough cleaning a couple times a year to keep it in top shape.

Contact us here at Appliance Gators with any questions or needs you may have! 

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