Our truck is fully stocked with all of the most common dishwasher parts to allow for the quickest and most timely repairs.
We are there when needed and ready to correct any problem that may occur with your dishwasher.
History of the Dishwasher:
Josephine Cochrane was a wealthy Ohio socialite who invented the first practical motorized washing machine in 1886. While Josephine’s invention was created in an attempt to prevent servants from damaging china during washing, it soon became apparent that the dishwasher was much more than a “careful” cleaner of dishes.
We know how dishwashers work and know how to repair them. Call us at
303-828-6111. Or Click HERE to schedule an appointment.
Tips for Maintaining your Dishwasher:
A dishwasher is generally a low maintenance appliance. Below are some tips for keeping it clean and running well.
+Dishes, glasses and flatware with a white milky film? Our valley is known for its very hard water and this can cause a problem with your dishes coming out looking dirty. Tip: Take a heavy coffee cup and set it right side up on the top rack. Next fill it half full with the common household lime remover (Lime-Away) cleaner.Load your dishes like you normally would, add detergent and start your dishwasher. The water will dilute the lime remover and remove the film build-up on your dishes and clean the interior of your dishwasher.
+On many dishwashers, there's a filter near the bottom, or under the lower spray arm that needs to be cleaned twice a year or so. If you have this sort of filter, check your owner's manual to find out how to remove and clean it. If it has holes in it, replace it to protect the pump and motor seals from particles that may be in the dishwasher.
+Over time, the small holes in the spray arm(s) of your dishwasher may become clogged with bits of paper, toothpicks, glass, etc. Your dishwasher will do a better job of cleaning your dishes if you take a moment to clean out these small holes, from time to time. Remove the spray arm and clean it by poking a piece of stiff wire through the holes. Then shake the spray arm to make sure nothing is inside, such as seeds from fruit like watermelon. Finally, scrub any mineral deposits off the spray arm with hot distilled white vinegar. (The cap holding the spray arm in place is typically reverse-threaded, which means you should turn it clockwise to remove it. Be careful not to drop the nut or washer into the motor.)
Troubleshooting My dishwasher won't drain.
If your dishwasher won't drain, clean the filter at the bottom and try running it over again. If this doesn't work call a qualified repair expert. My dishwasher is not getting dishes clean.
Overloading could cause this. Try taking some of the dishes out. On some machines it is important not to cover the "power tower cleaner" located in the center of the dishwasher. If you put too many pots and pans on the bottom rack the water won't be able to get to the dishes on the top rack. Won't Fill.