Dishwasher Repair

dishwasher repair

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A dishwasher is a real timesaver and a must-have appliance. Of course, that means it is a big inconvenience if you have a dishwasher that is not working like it should. In order to avoid the need to hand wash dishes, you will need to call an appliance repair service right when you experience the issue. Carter’s Appliance Repair is a reliable service and offers expert dishwasher repair.

All of our repairmen are prepared to identify and fix all dishwasher problems. We are sure to stock our trucks with manufacturer parts and the right tools to guarantee we will be able to finish the repair in the initial appointment. We realize how inconvenient it is when there is a broken appliance in a house, especially when it’s a dishwasher. For that reason, we aim to repair dishwashers quickly with friendly, professional service.



Technicians are trained in troubleshooting and repairing dishwasher malfunctions that can cause irregular sounds to come from the appliance. The source of the noises is either a broken washer arm bearing, pump housing or motor bushing. Since these are common issues, customers can be sure we will be able to fix them right away!


There are primarily one of two reasons a dishwasher will leak water. The first reason is that there is an issue with the door closure or latch and it will need a replacement. The other problem is a failed water inlet valve that should be repaired right after our arrival to your house. We have all of the replacement parts to fix GE, Whirlpool, Sears and all popular brands of dishwashers.


If a dishwasher won’t turn on, you confirm the appliance is plugged in and that none of the circuit breakers in the kitchen tripped. If that is not the issue, the issue could be related to the door closure switches, electronic controls, thermal fuses or motor relays.


A dishwasher should fill with water and then drain the water after the dishes are clean. Your dishwasher does not fill if there’s a broken door latch or float switch or a broken water inlet valve. Your dishwasher won’t drain when there is a broken drain pump motor or drain hose on the unit.


A dishwasher is not of much use if the dishes are always dirty after a cycle. The dishes will sometimes still be dirty when there is a broken housing gasket, filter or water tube or spray arm. We have manufacturer parts to repair each of these common dishwasher issues right away.


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


In order for your dishwasher to be able to wash dishes, it needs to be able to dispense detergent or soap in the machine. This can’t occur if there’s a broken timer, bi-metal release or wax motor.