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Your Questions About Dishwasher Repair Service

Carol asks…

Is is worth to try to repair a 15 year old dishwasher?

I have a 15 year old GE dishwasher that makes a grinding noise and doesn’t clean as well as before. Do you think it is worth having a appliance service person look at it? I would be difficult for me to purchase a new one.

James Conley answers:

Even if it is a stretch, I would opt for the newer unit. You dishwasher has reached the age where it will be nickel and diming you to death.
Work on cutting your budget elsewhere to get the new unit.

Newer units are more energy efficient and (this was a real plus for me) they are so much quieter.

Find our best deal and then tell them you will buy it if they give you an additional 15% off. Business is so tight right now and people need sales.

Sandra asks…

How to become an Electrician or Plumber?

I work as a Dishwasher and Customer Service Associate but I really want to be a Electrician, Plumber or Carpenter (Besides the nearest trade school is an hour and a half away). I cannot afford to go to school however. What do I need to do to become one?
Already been, they dont offer anything I want (Electrician, Plumber, Carpenter, Mechanic, etc)

James Conley answers:

=== go to the local Jr. College and see what they offer for schooling == find a construction or repair company that will hire you as a helper/apprentice and learn while you earn … Nothing is easy but once you get to to the top the rewards are great …. Work for it …. Get the knowledge to take the certification tests ….. Work for it !!!!

Susan asks…

Dishwasher machine having problem in the final splash, leaving cleaning residue?

After a thorough service, complete cleaning and supposedly complete service by repair man it still does not do a good wash cycle because it does not splash all the remaining cleaning material off the dishes and it takes a manual splash in the sink to remove it.
I suspect i should change a service repair man, but at the same time, there could be an issue with water pressure, although the pressure in the sink seems adequate or how could I check it. Or is maybe a problem somewhere else…
Thanks, I agree and i too suspect loading might be an issue, and will check the detergent quality, it is good to know line pressure is irrelevant. How about it, I try to open and trick it and see if water pump pressure is good enough, is it possible to inspect and decide if it works by switching the close door switch or it is not recommended, i wonder how the serviceman inspect it, but after all, if it was at the service repair man at his work shop, I am sure he checked that for sure, so in the end it may be an operator issue, Thanks for ideas again, 🙂
Is a Rinse agent that salt thing poured in the bottom of the machine?

James Conley answers:

Make sure the wash jets in the spray arm dont have debris like food or lime build up that prevents proper rotation and spray. Along the same lines make sure the unit fully drains after a wash. You should be able to monitor the sound change as the pump runs out of water. Also old detergent or hard water can contribute to poor performance. A different tech may also make a difference also. Good luck.

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