Got a Leaky Dishwasher? What to do Next! [infographic]

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Your dishwasher is likely one of the hardest working appliances in your home. Many people use their dishwashers daily, sometimes multiple times per day. If you have a dishwasher that you rely on to keep your household running smoothly, then it might surprise you how much a leaky dishwasher can derail your schedule. If you have a leaky dishwasher, getting it sorted out quickly by a professional is one of the best options. Here at Minyard Plumbing, Inc., we recommend that all plumbing is done by professionals to avoid further damage and to ensure reliable results. Here are a few things that you should do if you find yourself with a leaky dishwasher:

  • Check for obvious problems. Sometimes the simplest solution is going to be the most effective one! If your dishwasher suddenly started leaking without any warning signs, it might be an issue of improper loading or closing rather than a problem with the dishwasher. Open your dishwasher and look along the rubber seal for signs of cracks, built-up food particles or other damages that might be preventing a tight seal. You’ll also want to check how things were loaded for dishes that might be obstructing the arms from turning.

Got a Leaky Dishwasher? What to do Next!

  • Don’t allow the issue to get worse. If your dishwasher is operational and the water is coming from another area, don’t allow the issue to get worse. Discontinue using your dishwasher until you can get it repaired by a professional. Furthermore, take care to clean up any water or spills from your dishwasher.
  • Call a professional. Work with a professional plumber or dishwasher expert whenever possible. Because a dishwasher is so important to a busy household, it is imperative that issues are resolved properly rather than with the quickest or least expensive option.

If you are stuck with a leaky dishwasher, please let us know! Contact us today to learn more.

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