Simple dishwasher problems can lead to bigger problems, like domestic squabbles about who's going to wash the dishes by hand.
Common cause of leaks is a faulty float switch. The float switch monitors how much water is in your dishwasher, and when it becomes defective, it can cause too much water to enter the dishwasher, some of which leaks out. To check the switch, you can first check that nothing is obstructing it and remove any obstructions. Then you will need to check it with a multimeter to see if it has continuity.
If you don’t have one, you’ll need to call a qualified technician.
DISHES DON’T DRY
The problem is probably caused by a malfunctioning heating element or high-limit thermostat. The heating element heats the water, and the high-limit thermostat stops the dishwasher from overheating.
When either of these components is faulty, your dishes won’t dry.To test these components and then repair them if they are faulty, you will need a multimeter to test them for continuity. If you don’t have a multimeter, you will need to call a technician to test them for you.
DISHWASHER WON’T START
If your dishwasher won’t start, it is likely the result of a problem with the power source. To fix the problem, start by checking the circuit breaker and that you haven’t blown a fuse. You can also test your dishwasher in another power outlet to eliminate that as the cause of the problem.Next, check that the door is opening and closing properly. If the door latch is stuck, your dishwasher might not be able to start. If you can’t open the door, you will then need to open it by manually dislodging the latch and then getting a technician to fix it.If the door is fine, it could be a faulty motor causing the problem, especially if you can hear the motor trying to start. Fixing the motor is a much more difficult repair that will require a qualified technician.
f your dishwasher starts to smell, it is most likely the result of food debris in your dishwasher. To fix this problem you will need to give your dishwasher a good clean and empty the dishwasher’s filter that is at the bottom of the dishwasher.
It is also possible that a plastic container or piece of plastic has melted onto the heating element, which causes a chemical smell to come from your dishwasher. To fix this problem, you need to remove the plastic container or loose piece of plastic from your dishwasher and clean the element if it has plastic on it.
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