Expert Industrial Dishwasher Service
It is extremely important that businesses that use a kitchen and sell food have a working dishwasher. We are here to help you if you’re having issues with your dishwasher. With over 20 years of experience fixing refrigerators, freezers, dishwashers and compressors and other commercial appliances, we will get your commercial dishwasher back up and running as quickly as possible!
You can trust our expert technicians with your appliance repair because we guarantee satisfaction. We are family owned and operated and we stand behind our impeccable reputation. Our customers know us as fully transparent and efficient appliance repair experts, and we will always strive to maintain that reputation through professional and reliable service.
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Common Commercial Dishwasher Issues
- Dishwasher leaking
- Dishwasher dispenser doesn’t work
- Dishwasher doesn’t clean
- Dishwasher won’t drain
- Dishwasher buttons don’t work
- Dishwasher lights flashing or blinking
- Dishwasher won’t fill
- Dishwasher soap not dissolving
- Dishwasher making noise
- Dishwasher overflowing
- Dishwasher won’t dry dishes
- Dishwasher keeps running
- Dishwasher leaking from motor area
- Dishwasher won’t start
- Dishwasher won’t latch
- Error code on the electronic panel
- Dishwasher not getting water
- Dishwasher leaks from bottom
Commercial Dishwasher Repair FAQs
On average, a commercial dishwasher repair costs around $290. Repair can generally cost as low as $60 and as high as $760, depending on the issue that needs to be fixed and parts needed.
Dishwasher repairs are more ideal when the repair needed is smaller or the unit is newer. Repairs aren’t as pricey when it is easy to find the spare parts needed for the issue. Oftentimes, smaller repairs cost less than paying for a brand new dishwasher.
Yes, we offer same-day service. As long as your dishwasher repair technician doesn’t need any spare parts to fix the issue, you can have it fixed within the same day. Our technicians are always available for same day dishwasher repair service.
At Cooper Fix, we send out the best and experienced technicians to fix your commercial dishwasher. Normally, one or two technicians will arrive at your business and inspect the appliance. After identifying the issue, they will let you know what the issue is and provide you with a quote. If you decide to continue with the repair, our technicians will proceed with fixing the dishwasher.
Sometimes the technician is not able to fix the dishwasher without replacement parts. Depending on the availability of the spare parts, it may take a while for them to arrive. Cooper Fix technicians are well stocked with common spare parts, meaning they can usually perform repairs on the spot. However, if the spare part is not available at the moment, our technicians will make sure it is ordered and that it arrives as fast as possible.
If your dishes are soaking wet after running them through the dishwasher, the heating element probably needs to be replaced. However, first double check to make sure the appliance settings are set to dry your dishes. Some models have an option to skip heat drying, which would leave the dishes wet.
Dishwasher Maintenance Tips
Your dishwasher filter can build-up debris and bad odours if it is not cleaned. Every month or so, you should give the filter a quick clean. Find the owner’s manual and figure out what kind of filter your dishwasher has. If it’s a manual filter, you will have to take it out and wash it. Remove the filter and gently wash it with soap and some warm water.
White vinegar is a great cleaning agent for maintenance. Use vinegar to clean out the dishwasher to remove any stuck food particles or detergent residue left behind. Place a dishwasher safe container on the center of the top or bottom rack and pour a cup of vinegar into it, and then run the dishwasher on a hot water cycle. The vinegar will disinfect the dishwasher and break down any residue stuck inside.
Loading the dishwasher properly is important to the washer’s cleaning ability. Some ways to properly load the dishwasher include:
- Using the proper cycle for the dishes you are cleaning. This information can be found in the user’s manual.
- Dumping the grease out of dishes first to prevent a clogged drain. Not overloading the dishwasher.
- Be strategic and load it correctly by putting items in the right places.
The gasket is what keeps water from spilling out of the dishwasher and onto the floor. Build-up of residue on the gasket can cause odours and mold. Once a month, use a solution made of three cups of water and half a cup of vinegar to clean up the seal.
The spinning arms are what spray hot water to clean the dishes. These arms have holes in them that can get clogged and need to be cleaned. To clean them, you can simply use a toothbrush to remove the debris and food particles that are stuck inside the holes.
Common Dishwasher Parts
- Chopper blade
- Door seal and latch
- Heating element
- Overfill float switch
- Power supply board
- Rack adjuster
- Thermal fuse
- Sump and motor
- Drain pump motor
- Circulation pump motor
- Water inlet valve
- Control panel
- Door hinge, spring and balance link
Each service truck carries a full inventory of common replacement parts so we can perform most dishwasher repairs within the same day.