We often get calls from our clients about all sorts of appliance problems in Bend, Oregon. For example, we have recently had dishwasher repair in Bend job. Our company serves entire central Oregon including Bend Oregon as well as Portland Oregon. Since the phone call was from Bend resident, we contacted our Bend appliance repair team. Each one of our team members must be an expert in all things concerned with appliance repair. We make sure they are all factory trained and certified. Also, they know everything there is to know about all brands and models of appliances such as Asko, Bertazonni, Bosch, Dacor, DCS, Electrolux, Fisher&Paykel, Frigidaire, GE, Jenn-Air, KitchenAid, La Cornue, LG, Liebherr, Marvel, Miele, Perlick, Samsung, Siemens, Sub-Zero, Thermador, Traulsen, True, Viking, Whirlpool, Wolf and many more.
This particular dishwasher was Frigidaire, and the problem was that dishes would not come out clean. But the unit was only a few years old so we knew right away that we could help. One of our talented dishwasher repair in Bend experts was assigned to this project. His name is Steve, and he has been with our company for more than eight years. Steve knows a lot about appliance repair and all of its aspects. He highly details oriented and professional in his work, so all our clients love to work with him. We do appliance repair in Bend as well as appliance repair in Portland.
If you want an expert to take care of your often expensive kitchen appliances we can help. Appliance repair experts such as Steve are ready to help you with all your repair needs. Call us at 541-948-8835 in our Bend, Oregon location. We will be happy to help just like we did with our client for his Frigidaire dishwasher.
Fixing a broken dishwasher:
Before long dishwasher repair in Bend tech was on his way to Cloverdale, Oregon where our client resided. He made sure to bring with him all of the parts for Frigidaire dishwasher as well as all the diagnostic tools needed. Our technician arrived right on time and got to work right away. The first thing he did was open the dishwasher and try to run it.
You have to really how a dishwasher works to make professional repairs. A dishwasher works by filling up with two to three gallons of water in the lower portion of the tub. This water mixes with detergent and is pumped through the rotating spray arms onto dishes. As this water gests durty it drained and is replaced with fresh water. Now the fresh water is used to rinse the dishes at the end of the circle.
This cycle repairs several times depending on the settings you have used. The timer regulates the water column. The heating element that is located on the bottom of any dishwasher raises the water temperature. After the last cycle is done, this heating element will dry the dishes. So, if the dishes come out dirty, we know it’s usually either rotating spray arms, a dishwasher timer or heating element.
Dishwasher repair in Bend solution:
Our technician went through all the appropriate steps to figure out what problem was. Finding this problem is often half of the solution when it comes to dishwasher repair in Bend. He started by removing the spray arm and cleaning it. Grease and debris often get stuck to this. Our tech has a special small brush to remove that debris easily. He even uses a small wire to clear every hole. This particular dishwasher had two arms, and our technician made sure they were both clean. After this he uncrewed float switch and lifted our the cap. Float switch cap can get clogged often. We have a special tool that we use to unclog that portion of the dishwasher.
Since cleaning the dishwasher float switch did not help, our skilled dishwasher repair tech had to move on to the next possible item the intake valve scream. Intake valve screen can get clogged too. Usually, when you have low water level during dishwashing cycle, this is a symptom of clogged intake valve clogging. The water levels were indeed too low. To clean the part, you have to deal with several wires and turn off the electrical power to the entire dishwasher. Our dishwasher repair in Bend technician tried to salvage the valve, but it was simply in too bad of a shape. Sometimes in appliance repair, it’s much better actually to get new parts then replace an old one. This way you can avoid problems in the future.
Steve had this particular Frigidaire dishwasher part in his truck. So, there was no need to phone our warehouse. The client was of course very happy about saving the time on this. We try to keep all our client happy and satisfied with our service and make their appliance repair experience fast and convenient. While other companies may take weeks to order a part. We carry most of our parts with us on the truck. In fact usually, Steve knows before every project what parts might be needed. So if you are in Cloverdale, Oregon you can get your dishwasher fixed fast.
Excellent customer service for dishwasher repair in Bend:
After the part was installed, our technician ran the dishwasher and made sure that all the dishes were perfectly clean. He also gave his card and a promise to be right back if any other problem would arise with this particular appliance. This is just another day of work for our factory trained and certified kitchen appliance repair team. We are happy to serve all of our Bend, Oregon customers. Customer satisfaction guaranteed!
Our professional technicians work on all brands and models of appliances. We are just a phone call away from the whole of central Oregon. Please call us at 541-948-8835 in Bend and 503-488-5869 in Portland. Or you can always f fill out our short contact form. Our service area includes Orenco Station, Overlook, Pearl District, Portsmouth, Powellhurst Gilbert, Rockwood, Rose City Park, Roseway, Sellwood Historic District, Sellwood Moreland, Sherwood, Slabtown, Southwest Suburbs, St. Johns, Tigard, Tualatin, West Linn, Westmoreland, Westside Suburbs, Wilsonville.