If you open the dishwasher door and find the bottom of the unit filled with dingy water, the first thing you try is run the dishwasher again. But if your dishwasher won’t drain after that, you might have a problem. It may be easy to fix on your own, but sometimes you may need to call a professional.
Standing water in the filter area — When you remove the dishwasher filters for regular cleaning, you will notice this water. But water in this area is actually completely normal. It usually drains when a cycle starts and it is replaced with fresh water at the end of the cycle.
Garbage disposer problems — When the garbage disposal contains unground food, or food sludge settles in the drainpipe below the disposal, your dishwasher won’t drain properly until the drain or the garbage disposal are cleared.
Air gap issue — When the dishwasher air gap is working properly, it allows air in so that the dishwasher can drain without creating a vacuum. But if the air gap is clogged or blocked, it will lead to drainage problems.
If you can’t deal with the problem on your own, we can do it for you. Appliance Recovery hires only the best technicians with great expertise and training who are committed to customer satisfaction. Appliance Recovery offers help 24/7, 365 days a year. We also supply all required spare parts to provide quicker repair services.
If you are looking for reliable plumbing services in Arlington and the DFW area, contact us today. We’ll get the job done right!