I don’t know the percentage of people in the United States who have dishwashers now, but I’m sure it’s huge. If your home doesn’t have one, you can boost the home’s resale value by adding one, even more value if you make it a built in unit. But like every appliance there are some maintenance issues that can crop up. This article mentions a few of them with some solutions to try Jennair Appliance Repair.
Problem: Food left on the dishes after running a wash cycle.
Solutions: Be sure the drains are cleaned regularly, don’t block the internal spray arms with big pots or bowls, be sure all the water can circulate evenly, make sure the dishwasher is level and stable. Also be sure to use high quality detergent and a rinse agent to get your dishes cleaner and streak free.
Problem: There’s a potential for an explosion (truly!) if your hot water isn’t used for a while as hydrogen can build up in your pipes or water heater and then is introduced into something with a heating element like a dishwasher.
Solution: Let hot water run through your sink faucets for a few minutes before running the dishwasher. In case hydrogen fumes were released be sure not to smoke in the house until the air is cleared by opening windows and doors.
Problem: Excessive Noise by the Dishwasher
Solutions: check to see if any tubing or hoses are touches the outside panels of the dishwasher. Those can transmit noise and vibrations. You can also put a carpet piece under the dishwasher to absorb noise. If it’s a new install put the dishwasher between two cabinets instead of at the end of the line. The cabinets will help block the sound, but be sure they aren’t touching as they would also transmit vibrations just like the tubing would.