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We repair all brands and models in Atlanta. If your machine doesn't clean the dishes well, is leaking or something else is wrong with the unit, just call our toll free number and we will take care of the rest. Our repair technicians are available 24/7 at our toll free number:

800-643-7161

For parts only: 800-370-9281

Please note that all purchased dishwasher parts are shipped directly to you

We repair all brands such as:

Magic Chef
Maytag
GE
Montgomery Wards

Jenn Air
Kelvinator
Kenmore
Kitchen Aid

Whirlpool
Speed Queen
Frigidaire
and more view all brands

Our Service area includes all of Atlanta and the surrounding cities that are listed below:


Bonanza
Boring
Bridal Veil
Brightwood
Burlington
Buxton

Dairy
Damascus
Dayton
Diamond Lake
Dover
Dundee

Farmington
Forest Grove
Forest Heights
Fort Klamath
Gales Creek
view the rest service areas

Since attempting repairs can be dangerous, in many instances work should only be undertaken by a qualified professional. And certainly the money you've saved by doing your own repairs will be of little benefit if a careless accident sends you to the emergency room. For this reason, let the professional who is familiar and experienced with technical safety work on your repairs. Call us 24/7 for professional dishwasher repair at our toll free number:

800-643-7161

TROUBLE SHOOTING
PROBLEM: The racks in my machine have begun to rust and are starting to stain my china.
Dishwasher racks are coated with a rubber like coating to protect your dishes. Up until very recently, when the rubber wore off the racks and the metal began to rust, there was no solution other than to replace the dishwasher rack no matter how structurally sound it was.
Over the years, dishwasher racks have become very expensive to replace. Prices of $80.00 per rack are not uncommon. Thanks to Maytag and the Whirlpool Co. there is now a cost efficient solution. Both companies have come out with a rack repair kit. The little bottle of coating comes with a self applicator.
My dishes aren't getting clean.
Dirty dishes can be caused by the spray arms not turning. The first thing, to do is check to see that the spray arms are working and that the water level is correct at the bottom of you dishwasher. Make sure the dishwasher is empty. Look down and check the exact location of the bottom spray arm. Close the door and run the wash cycle for three or four minutes. Shut off the dishwasher and open the door. Check the location of having moved. If it hasn't the spray arm. It should show sign check the base of the dishwasher. The water should be perfectly level and about 1/2" below the bottom dishwasher spray ann. Twirl the dishwasher spray arm with your hand gently. Check to see that it is not hitting the water.
If it is running freely, heave a sigh of relief, then lift up the dishwasher spray arm (technically it's called an impeller arm) and inspect the center bearing or nut. If it shows signs of wear replace it.
Here are a few drawbacks to some of the most popular features:
• I don't like touch pad controls anywhere because they are very expensive to replace and impossible to repair. This is especially true on a dishwasher. It provides a very damp environment that is sure to shorten the life of touch pad controls. You will be much better off if the controls are dial or mechanical push button.
• Automatic features that will start your machine at a preset time (middle of the night, while you're away at work, etc.) may Sound like a good idea, but they aren't. Many start off with enough cold water to ruin the dish washing job. Know that you should not use these features if you want clean dishes. Why pay extra for features you will not use? The simpler the mechanism, the longer it will last, the easier and less expensive it is to buy and repair. A dishwasher should be able to provide a rinse and hold cycle, a regular wash cycle and a soak and wash cycle, and a "heat off' switch. Anything more is gilding the lily.
• Carefully consider whether you need a preheat cycle. The preheat cycle heats the water in the bottom to the temperature of 14W F or hotter. The water must be this temperature if you are going to wash, rinse and sanitize your dishes properly. You don't need this heat cycle It' you keep your water tank at 140° F. Call us any time:

800-643-7161