Dishwasher Appliance Repair

EDMONTON – AB / 587-882-3225

CALGARY – AB / 587-207-4408

KITCHENER – ON / 548-483-6447

ST JOHNS – NL / 709-700-3228

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Business Hours Mon 8:00 am - 7:00 pm
Tue 8:00 am - 7:00 pm
Wed 8:00 am - 7:00 pm
Thu 8:00 am - 7:00 pm
Fri 8:00 am - 7:00 pm
Sat 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sun 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

FAQ | Dishwasher Issue | Dishwasher Repair

Dishwasher does not operate

1. Check that the dishwasher is properly plugged in and the circuit breaker or fuse box has power. If there is no power, please reset the GFCI outlet or replace the fuse.

2. Check if the water supply valve is turned on all the way. If it is not, turn it clockwise to ensure proper water pressure.

3. Ensure that the door is completely closed and latched. The dishwasher will not operate if the door is ajar.

4. If your dishwasher has a delayed start feature, check to see if that function is engaged. If so, advance the time to start the cycle immediately.

5. Press the Start/Reset button to begin a new cycle.

Dishwasher is noisy

1. Check that all items are securely in place and nothing is obstructing the spray arm rotation.

2. If your dishwasher has an upper rack, make sure it is properly positioned on the tracks and not hitting the sides or back of the tub.

3. If there is water in the bottom of the dishwasher, it may be sloshing around and causing noise. Empty the dishwasher and clean out any standing water.

4. Some models of dishwashers have a sound insulation package that can help reduce noise levels. Contact your local Advance Appliance Ltd Appliance Repair service department to see if this is an option for your model.

Water leaks from the dishwasher

1. Check that the door is completely closed and latched. The dishwasher will not operate if the door is ajar.

2. Check for any obvious leaks at the water inlet valve or around the door seal. If there are no obvious leaks, please call a Advance Appliance Ltd. technician for further diagnosis.

3. Some models of dishwashers have a leak detection system that will shut off the water supply if it detects a leak. If your model has this feature, please call a professional technician for service.

Dishwasher does not fill with water

1. Check that the water supply valve is turned on all the way. If it is not, turn it clockwise to ensure proper water pressure.

2. Check for any kinks or blockages in the water supply line. If there are none, please call a certified technician for further diagnosis.

3. Some models of dishwashers have a float switch that will shut off the water supply if it detects that the dishwasher is full of water. If your model has this feature, please call a expert technician for service.

Dishwasher does not drain properly

1. Check the garbage disposal unit to ensure it is clear of any debris. If it is clogged, please clear it before proceeding.

2. Check for any kinks or blockages in the drain hose. If there are none, please call a professional technician for further diagnosis.

3. Some models of dishwashers have a drain pump that will continue to run if it detects that the dishwasher is not draining properly. If your model has this feature, please call a Advance Appliance Ltd. technician for service.

Water does not spray from the dishwasher

1. Check that all items are securely in place and nothing is obstructing the spray arm rotation.

2. If your dishwasher has an upper rack, make sure it is properly positioned on the tracks and not hitting the sides or back of the tub.

3. Check for any kinks or blockages in the water supply line. If there are none, please call a appliance repair professional technician for further diagnosis.

4. Some models of dishwashers have a water inlet valve that will shut off the water supply if it detects a leak. If your model has this feature, please call a local appliance technician for service.

Dishwasher does not operate

1. Check that the dishwasher is properly plugged in and the circuit breaker or fuse box has power. If there is no power, please reset the GFCI outlet or replace the fuse.

2. Check if the water supply valve is turned on all the way. If it is not, turn it clockwise to ensure proper water pressure.

3. Ensure that the door is completely closed and latched. The dishwasher will not operate if the door is ajar.

4. Check if the Start/Reset button has been pressed. If it has not, press the Start/Reset button to begin a new cycle.

5. Some models of dishwashers have a child lock feature that will prevent the dishwasher from operating. If your model has this feature, please call a Advance Appliance Ltd. technician for service.

6. If none of the above troubleshooting tips resolve the issue, please call a Local service appliance technician for further diagnosis.

Dishwasher is leaving water spots on dishes

1. Check the rinse aid dispenser to ensure it is filled with rinse aid. If it is empty, please refill it according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

2. Check that the dishwasher detergent dispenser is not clogged. If it is, please clear the clog and make sure the detergent cup is not obstructed.

3. Run a maintenance cycle using a dishwasher cleaner according to the manufacturer’s instructions. This will help remove any build-up that may be causing spots on dishes.

4. Check the water hardness level and adjust accordingly. Hard water can cause mineral deposits to build up on dishes and cause spots.

5. If none of the above troubleshooting tips resolve the issue, please call a Appliance technician for further diagnosis.

Dishwasher is noisy

1. Check for any items obstructing the dishwasher’s spray arm rotation. If there are none, please call a trusted technician for further diagnosis.

2. Some models of dishwashers have a self-cleaning feature that will run periodically to clean the dishwasher’s interior components. This cycle may be louder than usual. If your model has this feature, please refer to the manufacturer’s instructions on how to disable it.

3. If none of the above troubleshooting tips resolve the issue, please call a expert technician for further diagnosis.

Dishwasher is leaving water on the floor

1. Check that the dishwasher drain hose is properly connected to the drain pipe and not kinked or obstructed. If it is, please re-connect it and clear any blockages.

2. Check that the dishwasher’s feet are properly adjusted so that it is level. An unlevel dishwasher can cause water to leak out onto the floor.

3. If none of the above troubleshooting tips resolve the issue, please call a local appliance technician for further diagnosis.

Dishwasher is leaving food particles on dishes

1. Check the dishwasher’s filters and clean them if they are dirty. A clogged filter can cause poor dishwashing performance.

2. Check that the dishwasher’s spray arm holes are not blocked. If they are, please clear the blockages and make sure the spray arm can rotate freely.

3. Run a maintenance cycle using a dishwasher cleaner according to the manufacturer’s instructions. This will help remove any build-up that may be causing spots on dishes.

4. If none of the above troubleshooting tips resolve the issue, please call a Advance Appliance Ltd. technician for further diagnosis.

Dishwasher is not draining properly

1. Check that the dishwasher’s drain hose is properly connected to the drain pipe and not kinked or obstructed. If it is, please re-connect it and clear any blockages.

2. Run a maintenance cycle using a dishwasher cleaner according to the manufacturer’s instructions. This will help remove any build-up that may be causing spots on dishes.

3. If none of the above troubleshooting tips resolve the issue, please call a Advance Appliance Ltd. technician for further diagnosis.

Dishwasher is leaving water on dishes

1. Check the rinse aid dispenser to ensure it is filled with rinse aid. If it is empty, please refill it according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

2. Check that the dishwasher detergent dispenser is not clogged. If it is, please clear the clog and make sure the detergent cup is not obstructed.

3. Run a maintenance cycle using a dishwasher cleaner according to the manufacturer’s instructions. This will help remove any build-up that may be causing spots on dishes.

4. Check the water hardness level and adjust accordingly. Hard water can cause mineral deposits to build up on dishes and cause spots.

5. If none of the above troubleshooting tips resolve the issue, please call a certified technician for further diagnosis.

Dishwasher is not cleaning dishes properly

1. Check that the dishwasher’s filters and clean them if they are dirty. A clogged filter can cause poor dishwashing performance.

2. Check that the dishwasher’s spray arm holes are not blocked. If they are, please clear the blockages and make sure the spray arm can rotate freely.

3. Run a maintenance cycle using a dishwasher cleaner according to the manufacturer’s instructions. This will help remove any build-up that may be causing spots on dishes.

4. Check the water hardness level and adjust accordingly. Hard water can cause mineral deposits to build up on dishes and cause spots.

5. If none of the above troubleshooting tips resolve the issue, please call a qualified technician for further diagnosis.

Dishwasher is leaving water spots on dishes

1. Check the rinse aid dispenser to ensure it is filled with rinse aid. If it is empty, please refill it according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

2. Run a maintenance cycle using a dishwasher cleaner according to the manufacturer’s instructions. This will help remove any build-up that may be causing spots on dishes.

3. Check the water hardness level and adjust accordingly. Hard water can cause mineral deposits to build up on dishes and cause spots.

4. If none of the above troubleshooting tips resolve the issue, please call a trained technician for further diagnosis.

Dishwasher is leaving white film on dishes

1. Check that the dishwasher’s filters and clean them if they are dirty. A clogged filter can cause poor dishwashing performance.

2. Run a maintenance cycle using a dishwasher cleaner according to the manufacturer’s instructions. This will help remove any build-up that may be causing spots on dishes.

3. Check the water hardness level and adjust accordingly. Hard water can cause mineral deposits to build up on dishes and cause spots.

4. If none of the above troubleshooting tips resolve the issue, please call a red seal certified technician for further diagnosis.

Dishwasher is leaving streaks on dishes

1. Check that the dishwasher’s filters and clean them if they are dirty. A clogged filter can cause poor dishwashing performance.

2. Check that the dishwasher’s spray arm holes are not blocked. If they are, please clear the blockages and make sure the spray arm can rotate freely.

3. Run a maintenance cycle using a dishwasher cleaner according to the manufacturer’s instructions. This will help remove any build-up that may be causing spots on dishes.

4. If none of the above troubleshooting tips resolve the issue, please call a journeyman technician for further diagnosis.

Dishwasher is not draining properly

1. Check that the dishwasher’s drain hose is not kinked or obstructed. If it is, please clear the obstruction and make sure the hose can drain freely.

2. Check that the dishwasher’s filters and clean them if they are dirty. A clogged filter can cause poor dishwashing performance.

3. Run a maintenance cycle using a dishwasher cleaner according to the manufacturer’s instructions. This will help remove any build-up that may be causing spots on dishes.

4. If none of the above troubleshooting tips resolve the issue, please call a master appliance technician for further diagnosis.

Dishwasher is making strange noises

1. Check that the dishwasher’s filters and clean them if they are dirty. A clogged filter can cause poor dishwashing performance.

2. Check that the dishwasher’s spray arm holes are not blocked. If they are, please clear the blockages and make sure the spray arm can rotate freely.

3. Run a maintenance cycle using a dishwasher cleaner according to the manufacturer’s instructions. This will help remove any build-up that may be causing spots on dishes.

4. If none of the above troubleshooting tips resolve the issue, please call a journeyman appliance technician for further diagnosis.

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