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When your air dishwasher doesn't clean the dishes well, drain the water or you have any other problems, we are available for all your dishwasher repair needs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We provide same day service and our service call is free with the repair. Our low price policy will give you assurance that you are getting the lowest price for your dishwasher repair. Call us 24/7 at our Toll Free line:


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We repair the following brands:

Speed Queen
Sub Zero
Magic Chef
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Our Service areas includes All the Phoenix

Apache Junction
Black Canyon
Casa Grande
Cave Creek
Circle City
City Carefree
Coolidge Gila Bend
El Mirage
Fountain Hills
Gila Bend
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If you would like to learn more about your dishwasher please read the information below. It will help you to improve the efficiency of your dishwasher and reduce your utility and repair bills. However we strongly encourage you DON’T get involved in repairs in which you are not familiar and that involves working with electrical or gas components. Unfortunately we have seen some people try it and it always turns out to be costly. And, most important, it can put your safety at risk, which cannot be repaired or replaced. Call us today at our Toll Free number:



Cleaning and Drying Sequence. The specific steps to be taken after the racks are loaded with dirty dishes and pushed inside the tub, and the cleaning aids placed in the dispensers,. To start the dishwasher, you first close the door and turn or push the latch that seals it. Then you activate the timer by pressing a button or turning a dial. Hot water enters at a constant rate through the inlet valve, which compensates for fluctuations in the household water pressure. When enough water is in the tub, the valve closes. During the water fill, the dishwasher motor starts. The motor powers the pump, which forces water through the wash arms and/or spray tower onto the dishes. At the proper time, detergent is added to the water automatically. The pump continuously circulates water within the dishwasher, passing it through either a filter or a soft food disposer. The filter traps food particles, and the disposer pulverizes them. Both help prevent food particles from being redeposit on dishes. When washing is completed, the pump forces the dirty water out through the drain. Fresh, hot water then comes in through the water intake for rinsing. The motor starts, and the pump sends clear water to the wash arms and/or spray tower. The wash and rinse steps may be repeated, depending on the model and how the controls are set. As each washing and rinsing action is completed, the water is again pumped out through the drain. The dishes are dried by air heated by an electric heating rod or coil. The hot air either flows past the dishes because of the dishwasher's construction or is forced past by a blower.


Any dishwasher provides a scrubbing that is hard to duplicate by hand washing because it uses hotter water and stronger detergents than hands can stand, and because it provides several washing and rinsing actions. Nevertheless, dishwashers differ in their capacity, cleaning ability, and versatility. The capacity of a dishwasher is the number of dishes, glasses, utensils, knives, forks, and spoons it can accommodate for a thorough washing. Sometimes capacity is listed on dishwasher hang tags in terms of place settings. However, because the definition of a place setting differs among dishwasher manufacturers, the capacities of different brands may be difficult to compare.


The satisfactory performance of a dishwasher depends on four things: forceful and thorough water action on dishes; the right amount of detergent dispensed into the water at the proper time; hot wash and rinse water; and hot air for drying.

Water Action. The simplest dishwashers have a single wash arm at the bottom of the tub that sprays water upward Some dishwashers use a spray tower or tube rising upward from the bottom wash arm to the middle of the dishwasher. Water is forced to the top of the tower and sprayed sideways from holes. More complex dishwasher models have several wash arms or a combination of two or more wash arms and a spray tower. The additional wash arms may be at the top of the tub for spraying down, between the racks for spraying up, or at one side for washing flatware

Dispensers. To insure that the water spraying over dishes during wash and rinse actions has the proper amount of cleaning and/or rinse agent in it, some dishwashers have cleaning agent and rinsing agent dispensers.

Detergent. The detergent dispenser is usually on the inside of the dishwasher door if the dishwasher has only one wash action, the dispenser may be a single compartment. Wash-water spraying into the compartment mixes the detergent with the water. If the machine has repeated wash actions, the dispenser will have separate compartments for releasing detergent at each wash. One compartment empties as the first wash begins; the others empty at the start of each succeeding wash.

Rinse agent. Many dishwashers come equipped with a container on the inside of the door to hold a liquid rinse agent that helps prevent spotting by enabling water to flow off dishes in sheets instead of drops. The container automatically dispenses the proper amount of agent for the final rinse. If the dishwasher you buy is not equipped with a rinse agent dispenser, you can buy rinse agent in solid form and hang it at the top of the upper rack a small amount of the agent is dissolved each time the water circulates in the dishwasher.