What to Check When Your Dishwasher Won’t Drain

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If you have opened your dishwasher after the cycle is supposed to be finished and find standing water, dirty of not, then you have a drainage problem with your dishwasher. There is something blocking some portion of the drainage system that needs to be addressed. When you have discovered that your dishwasher won’t drain, here is what to start checking …

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Five Tips to Effectively Clean Your Dishwasher

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Certain appliances, like dishwashers and washing machines, seem like they’d be self-cleaning. After all, they do use cleaning products and hot water every time you run them. Which is why they are often overlooked when it comes time to clean the house. But, despite their own cleaning abilities, these appliances should be cleaned just like every other appliance in your …

What to Do When a Dishwasher is Not Spraying Water

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In order to wash your dishes, the dishwasher is filled with water and that water is combined with detergent. That soapy water is then sprayed rather forcefully out of the spray arm that rotates to create solid water coverage. However, if your dishwasher is turning out dirty dishes and you don’t hear the telltale sounds of water spraying, you have …

How to Clean and Dishwasher and Remove Mold

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Your dishwasher is one of those heavy lifting cleaning tools in your kitchen, but it is prone to growing dirty just like any other appliance. The detergent you put in does a decent job of removing food and grease from your dishes, but it doesn’t always have the same effect on the dishwasher tub. When that food and grease remains, …

How to Replace Your Bosch Dishwasher’s Hi-Limit Thermistor Temperature Sensor

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Dishwashers need to use hot water to effectively clean dishes. The temperature sensor with a hi-limit thermistor monitors the water temperature to stop it from getting too hot. It can shut off the heating element if the gets too high to keep the machine and surrounding area safe. But if the sensor shorts or breaks, it can’t regulate the temperature …