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If your dishwasher doesn't wash dishes properly or simply act oddly, we are available to provide a solution for your dishwasher problem immediately. Just call our toll-free number and we will take care of the rest. We are available 24/7 for Brooklyn Dishwasher Repair at:

800 224-1342

Or, if you prefer, email us at: Please include your name, phone number and a short explanation of your dishwasher issue. As soon as we receive your email, we will contact you with the solution for your dishwasher problem.

We repair all dishwasher brands

Speed Queen

Magic Chef

O'Keefe and Merritt

And many more Appliance that we repair in Brooklyn, NY brands view the full list

Our service area for any dishwasher repair covers the entire Brooklyn area. Please view our extensive service area list below:

New York
Jackson Heights
Middle Village

Union City
Far Rockaway
South Ozone Park
Linden Hill

Jersey City
Ozone Park
Howard Beach
Jackson Heights

And more view the rest of the Brooklyn, NY Appliance repair areas we service

The below information is placed here in order to help you get more familiar with your dishwasher and how you may be able extend its life. This information can also tell you how you can use your dishwasher in the most efficient way, which will save you money on your utility bills. However, we do not include this information as a suggestion or recommendation that you perform dishwasher repairs on your own. All dishwasher repairs require experience, professional training and dishwasher repair tools. Repairs for electric and gas dishwasher systems can become very dangerous without the right knowledge, experience and tools. For experienced, professional Brooklyn dishwasher repair help, call us 24/7 at:

800 224-1342

Dishwasher Inside

The main function of a dishwasher is to cut grease and sterilize the dishes by spraying hot soapy water at them. This is accomplished using an electric dishwasher motor and dishwasher pump mounted at the bottom of a water reservoir, or tub. The pump takes suction from the tub and forces water up through spray arms, which spray the dishes. The water then simply drops back into the dishwasher tub for recirculation.
Of course, hot water must get into the tub in the first place. An electric (solenoid) valve provides for this function. The hot water comes straight from your house's water heater, on regular house pressure. At the end of the dishwasher cycle, the water must be evacuated from the tub. The dishwasher drive motor drives a pump to accomplish this function.
Even under the best of circumstances, dishwashers tend to be a little shorter-lived than other major appliances. Why? Well, to answer that question, let's all be little deviants for a moment, and design ourselves a torture chamber for an electric motor. 
What is absolutely the worst enemy of electricity in a dishwasher machine? Water, right? Well, then, let's use the motor to pump water, and let's mount the motor right underneath the water seal. That way if the seal leaks at all, lots of hot, steamy water will run right down on top of the dishwasher motor and rust it up and short it out. While we're at it, let's run some bits of broken glass and big chunks of food and nutshells and seeds through the pump, so we can chew up the seals and the impeller and also to introduce some nice, sudden deceleration shocks to the motor and pump. And of course, for maximum heat buildup, let's mount the whole dishwasher motor and dishwasher pump package in a tiny, cramped, steamy, dusty, poorly ventilated space, right beneath a tub full of hot steamy water. Get the picture?
Cold water can kill your dishwasher wash quality. So before letting any hot water into the dishwasher tub, we must make sure the dishwasher tub has no cold water left in it from the last wash. Therefore, in most dishwasher designs, a new wash cycle starts with the pump operating for a minute or so in the "drain" mode.
An dishwasher electric solenoid fill valve then opens to let hot water into the tub. The dishwasher timer controls how long the solenoid valve stays open, which controls the water level. A flow-control washer built into the valve compensates for variations in the water supply pressure. Most designs use an anti-flood float switch to prevent accidental overflow during the fill cycle. The dishwasher pump then starts in the "wash"

You can schedule your same-day Brooklyn, NY dishwasher repair appointment simply by calling us at:

800 224-1342