Our factory-trained technicians will not only quickly identify the issue, but they will also determine the best solution for your machine. Our technicians also offer routine dishwasher maintenance in the Wichita area to ensure that you get the most life possible out of your dishwasher
Are you frustrated by dirty dishes even after they’ve gone through the wash cycle? If so, your dishwasher might be in need of repair.
At Rick’s Appliance Repair we understand that any disruption to your daily lives can be a real headache. That’s why we offer reliable dishwasher repair for those needing assistance.
One call or message is all it takes to get an estimate appointment and the help you need to quickly and affordably get your dishwasher working as hard as you do again.
When a dishwasher hums and then abruptly shuts itself off, it most likely means that the appliance’s motor has seized up. When this happens, the motor may need to be replaced.
If dishware comes out cloudy after it has gone through a complete dishwashing cycle, then this may indicate some sort of error such as a poor rinsing before loading or hard water that will need a softener.
If your dishes are still dirty after a dishwashing cycle, then this may be caused by clogged spray armholes, a worn-out pump assembly or wash impeller, or a heating element that is burnt out.
When dishwashers run too long then it usually means that it’s having a hard time completing a cycle. This can be caused by a malfunctioning timer or a defective thermostat.
A worn-out drain solenoid, a clogged drain line, or a drain impeller can all stop water from being expelled from the dishwasher.
A dishwasher fails to fill with water for a variety of reasons including a defective water inlet solenoid, failed valve, malfunctioning timer, or a seized or defective overflow float switch.
While incompatible soaps, or too much soap, is usually often the culprit of overflowing, worn door gaskets, tub-to-motor gaskets, spray arm assemblies, or a leaky pump assembly can also cause this issue.