Fisher & Paykel have issued a precautionary warning to its customers regarding several of its single door dishwashers manufactured between 2006 and 2008.
Several reports of a faulty door latch prompted Fisher & Paykel to ask customers to contact the company and arrange to have a technician fit a replacement part at no charge.
Dishwashers, like most household appliances have been designed to do chores for you, so that you can spend your time hanging out with your family, earning a living, or simply enjoying life. The trick to making sure that your dishwasher continues to clean your dishes so that you don’t have to will be keeping the timer in good working order.
A blocked drainage hose on your dishwasher can create serious problem and result in overflow in the kitchen sink. Before you call the appliance repairman out to work on your dishwasher though you should see if you can solve the problem on your own. In most cases this problem does not even require replacement parts; usually the only thing that you need to do is clean the dishwasher. Making sure that you use the right kind of cleaner is the key.
Taking the time to learn a little bit about your dishwasher will not only help you extend the life of your dishwasher, but will also ensure that you’re dining with really clean dishes.
Dishwasher interior cleaning & deodorizing
If you use it on a daily basis, there is no need to clean your dishwasher’s interior, but you can clean it with Glisten Dishwasher Cleaner and Deodorizer. This part, which can be purchased in our parts section, is useful if you don’t use your dishwasher for a week and/or if mold begins to make the dishwasher smell bad.
When your Whirlpool dishwasher stops working properly, your first reaction may be to call the Whirlpool appliance repair service nearest to your home. But these days, many appliance repairs can be done at home with a few common tools.
Nothing is more frustrating than getting ready to put your dishes in the dishwasher after a nice meal only to find a puddle at the base of your dishwasher. You could call a repairman, but the cost of labor and parts would be more expensive than buying a new unit all together. So doing a little dishwasher repair yourself can save you a lot money.