Expert Home Dishwasher Service
Our technicians are known for fixing dishwasher issues that others can’t. Why? Because we’re committed to ongoing training and our customers always come first! That means no funny business, just transparent and efficient appliance repair services when you need them most! We can fix your dishwasher no matter the brand, make or model.
As a family owned, local business, we’ve been serving our community for over 20 years. As one of Toronto’s most reliable and trusted appliance repair specialists, we stand behind our impeccable reputation. Our customers know us as a fully transparent appliance repair company that gets the job done.
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Trust is what we’re all about. Our work is backed by our warranty for your peace of mind!
Our work speaks for itself, and we have over 20 years of experience to back it all up.
Our industry experts can repair even the most complicated appliance issues.
An appliance repair shouldn’t cost the same as a new appliance. We’ll help you save more!
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CooperFIx Appliance Repair offers reliable, same-day appliance repair services in the GTA. We can fix all your residential appliances and our customer support center is open 7 days a week to assist you in booking a service call.
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Common Home Dishwasher Issues
- Dishwasher doesn’t wash properly
- Dishwasher not drying
- Dishwasher not draining
- Dishwasher cycle lasts too long
- Dishwasher won’t turn on
- Dishwasher doesn’t work
- Dishwasher leaking
- Dishwasher won’t stop running
- Dishwasher lights blinking
- Dishwasher won’t close
- Dishwasher doesn’t fill
- Dishwasher soap dispenser broken
- Dishwasher doesn’t fill
- Dishwasher doesn’t dry dishes
- Dishwasher showing error codes
- Dishwasher not receiving water
- Dishwasher leaks from motor
- Dishwasher leaks from the bottom
Dishwasher Repair FAQs
The cost of your dishwasher repair will vary depending on different factors such as the age of the dishwasher, the brand and the type of the repair. Normally, simple repairs such as pump replacement can go up to $350 while motor issues cost more. Of course it also depends if the dishwasher is commercial or residential.
Dishwashers tend to last roughly around 10-20 years.
That depends on the type of the dishwasher and the nature of the issue. If the problem is simple such as a door seal or door latch, or maybe issues with the drain pump, then you should definitely consider repairing it. But if you constantly keep having problems with it, and the issues are more severe, then replacement is a better option.
If your dishwasher doesn’t efficiently wash, that’s probably because of a broken soap dispenser or a dirty filter. Inspect the dish soap dispenser and clean it using a small brush and check your filter to make sure that it’s clean and run the cycle again. If your dishes still come out dirty, you may need an appliance repair technician to inspect and fix the problem.
Dishwasher Maintenance Tips
Modern dishwashers don’t require pre-rinsing, but make sure to remove any food residue before loading it. Hard bits can tear the filter, damage the pump or clog the hose, so it’s best to remove them before starting the cycle.
The filter is usually located at the bottom of the rack. Rinse it out under warm water to make sure it’s free from debris, and if you find any damage, replace it to prevent food going into the pump. The fridge uses more energy and works harder if its gasket isn’t sealing well. Check the gasket for wear and tear often and if you find any cracks, it should be replaced. Also, make sure to clean it with some warm water mixed with soap to prevent damage from food and crumbs building up.
While you’re doing your regular maintenance, make sure to clean the door seal as well. Use a cloth with water and vinegar to clean the seal between the tub and the door. This is where food and residue usually collect, and such buildup can cause mold growth and bad odours.
Use citric acid based dishwasher cleaners and run an empty cycle to get rid of hard water residue that leaves your dishes stained and cloudy.
Too many dishes in one load will prevent proper cleaning, which will result in your dishes coming out dirty.
Common Dishwasher Parts
- Pump motor
- Control panel
- Water inlet valve
- Door hinge
- Door seal
- Heating element
- Power supply board
- Overfill float switch
- Drain pump
- Thermal fuse
Each service truck carries a full inventory of common replacement parts so we can perform most refrigerator repairs within the same day.