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While a dishwasher may not be an essential appliance, we know how frustrating it can be to have a dishwasher that is not working properly. Is your dishwasher leaking? Not draining, or worse, not turning on at all? With CNS you can rest assured that we will get your dishwasher back to functioning properly quickly. At CNS you can feel confident in the repair process with our professional technicians with 25 years experience.
Complete Dishwasher Repair Process
You will receive a call when your technician is heading to your home. Upon arrival, your technician will diagnose your unit and then provide a complete estimate for your approval. After the repair is completed, you will have a 30 day warranty on your dishwasher repair for your peace of mind. At CNS we try to make the repair process as seamless as possible and get you back to your life swiftly.
Common Dishwasher Maintenance You Can Do!
Tips To Keep
Regular maintenance on your dishwasher can keep it running effectively for an extended period of time. Dishwashers are one of the dirtiest appliances in a home. Food and debris build up needs to be cleaned routinely to ensure the unit is cleaning the dishes properly. See the videos below for cleaning tips to keep your dishwasher running efficiently.
Cleaning the Filter
Cleaning your filters is one of the top reasons for a dishwasher that is not cleaning the dishes properly. This is a very simple and quick task that will prevent future repairs and extend the life of your appliance. If the filters are clogged, the wash motor will be put under more stress and this could results in the motor needing to be replaced.
Cleaning the Spray Arms
Cleaning the spray arms goes hand in hand with cleaning the filters. When the spray arms become clogged, the unit will not disperse water evenly over the unit which can cause dishes to come out dirty and in some instances may cause leaking from the door.
Clean the Tub
Chemicals in rinse aid and detergent can leave a residue on the tub of your dishwasher. Hard water can leave a dishwasher with calcium deposits as well. Simply use baking soda and vinegar on a hot cycle. You can also use affre for dishwashers to clean the unit as well. Watch the video for a more detailed demonstration on this cleaning method.
If you live in an area with hard water, you may want to do this more frequently, even once a week.
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