Having earned the title for one of the industry’s best, KitchenAid dishwashers are elegant, refined and great quality machines. But even a great dishwasher breaks down once in a while. When your Kitchenaid Dishwasher stops working your first instinct may be to buy a new one. Althought Kitchenaid Dishwashers may not be the most expensive on the market, a higher end on can cost as much as a couple grand, why waste the money? The problem may be very simple to repair. Whether it’s the digital display that’s giving you problems or the unit stopped working altogether, give us a call, the repair may be as simple as a broken lamp. Trying to perform a KitchenAid Dishwasher Repair yourself? Not recommended! Repairing these machines which may get fairly high-tech requires product-specific knowledge in many cases. Our technicians are factory trained and the repair cost is more affordable than you may think!
Giving your KitchenAid Dishwasher a tune-up service may be just what the doctor ordered to prevent major repairs and keep it working the way it should for a long time. Kitchenaid Dishwashing Machines are complex but certain simple parts have a tendency to wear out often. For instance jet belts can wear out or simply slip, preventing the jets from spinning. The problem is simple to fix and even simpler to prevent, but to the untrained individual may appear very serious. Can you imagine how bad you’d feel if you dropped $900 on a new KitchenAid Dishwasher when all it needed was a quick service to stop the slipping of your jet belt? This is a $15 KitchenAid Dishwasher part but once it goes the problems can become very substantial. We’ve seen these types repair issues again and again in Los Angeles and nothing makes me more upset than to see your had working dollars flushed down the drain when a simple service or repair is all you needed.