Asko Dishwasher Repair Tips

August 13th, 2013 | Posted by TimD in Appliance Maintenance | Appliance Repair | Repair Tips

Nassau appliance repair service does not get any better than our friendly and informed staff. Still, if it can be avoided, you might want to bypass bringing in an expert to make some repairs. In fact, there might be an easy solution you can do on your own.

Today we are going to look at dishwasher repair problems that might require little more than a quick readjustment or a cleaning.

If your dishwasher is dripping water around the bottom of the door, there’s a good chance it is a stuck float switch. The float switch (usually located at the bottom left side of the dishwasher) can build up residue over time, causing it to stick in place. Luckily, you can simply clean around and inside the cup that triggers the switch in order to stop the leak.

Another regular problem dishwasher owners deal with is a loose soap tray door. If your soap tray does not stay closed, the dishwasher is not effectively cleaning the dishes. The requirement here is to reset the spring holding the door together. The ambitious among us might want to pull the door apart to do this. The rest might call American Repair Service for Asko dishwasher repair.

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