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Dishwasher Repair

When your dishwasher isn’t working, dirty plates can pile up fast. Dealing with a broken dishwasher is a problem that you want fixed fast.

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Whatever the problem is with your dishwasher, Candu can help. Just enter a few details and we’ll give you your flat-fee price, help set an appointment around your schedule, and send a Candu Pro to help get your dishwasher back on the job.

Common Issues

Some common dishwasher issues requiring repair include:

  • A dishwasher that won’t drain

  • A dishwasher that leaks from the bottom or from around the door

  • A dishwasher that won’t turn on

  • A dishwasher door that won’t latch

  • A noisy dishwasher

  • Dishes that are still dirty after a dishwasher cleaning cycle

  • A dishwasher that isn’t drying dishes properly after the wash cycle

  • A dishwasher that isn’t dispensing dish detergent as it should

  • A unit that doesn’t fill up with water

THE CANDU DIFFERENCE

One of the most stressful parts of having an appliance repaired is not knowing how much it will ultimately cost – especially when a repair ends up needing more parts or more man-hours than expected to complete.

That’s why we show you the upfront flat-fee price online. You’ll know going in how much your repair will cost, including parts and labor. And the work will be backed for 6 full months by the Candu Will Do Guarantee™. See details.

Brands Serviced

  • Kenmore

  • Frigidaire

  • GE

  • Amana

  • Electrolux

  • JennAir

  • KitchenAid

  • Bosch

  • LG

  • Maytag

Don’t see your brand of dishwasher on this list? No problem. No matter what brand of dishwasher you have, they all work on similar principles. Put your dishwasher in the hands of an experienced and competent Candu Pro and book your dishwasher repair online today.

Types Serviced

Candu Pros can help service any type of dishwasher including:

  • Built-in Dishwashers

  • Portable Dishwashers

  • Countertop Dishwashers

  • Front-Control Dishwashers

  • Top-Control Dishwashers

  • Freestanding

  • Integrated

  • Semi-Integrated

  • Drawer Style Dishwasher

Regardless of cost, make or model, most types of dishwasher require the same kind of parts, service and maintenance. Whether you’re calling for repair or regular maintenance, you need an expert who understands how your type of dishwasher works and how to fix it.

How long should a Dishwasher last?

Dishwashers typically last between 7 and 12 years. Several factors impact how long a dishwasher will last, including the brand, model, maintenance, and frequency of use.

During the troubleshooting phase of dishwasher repair, most appliance repair technicians discover one of several common issues which can be repaired by your Candu Pro.

Do you need dishwasher repair? Book your service now.

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Parts We Replace

Dishwasher parts that our Cando Pros frequently replace include:

  • Spray arms, wash arm bearing rings and spray arm seals

  • Door seals or gaskets

  • Water inlet valves

  • Dishwasher floats and float switches

  • Drain hoses, water delivery hoses and hose clamps

  • Detergent and rinse aid dispensers

  • Pumps and pump impellers

  • Door latches, door latch assemblies and door latch switches

  • Wax motors

  • Selector switches

  • Motor start relays

  • Drive motors

  • Thermal fuses

  • Electronic controls

  • Wash spinners

  • Filters

  • Heating elements and high limit thermostats

  • Belts

  • Drain pumps and motors

Should you Repair or Replace your Dishwasher?

We’ll send an expert technician to diagnose your problem and figure out what parts, if any, need to be replaced. Sometimes, the replacement part for a dishwasher is expensive, or the repair so complex, that it’s more cost-effective to replace it.

If you choose to replace, as a Candu member who selected our flat-fee repair option, you can save on a wide selection of GE Appliances models through our Candu Appliance Upgrade Program. Plus, discounted member pricing includes free delivery, installation, and removal of your old dishwasher.

DIY Tips

If your dishwasher isn’t draining, the sink may be clogged. Check out the DIY tips in this video — this might be an issue you can fix on your own.

DIY tips are for informational purposes only. Learn more.

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Dishwasher Maintenance

Whether you choose to repair or replace your old dishwasher, regular maintenance can prevent expensive breakdowns and keep it running longer, so you can put off the expense of buying a new one as long as possible.

We found a better way to help you get things done.