When you go to use a household appliance and find out that it's no longer working correctly, it can cause a lot of frustration. Most homeowners rely on appliances to live a comfortable and easy life. You use your washer, dryer, dishwasher, stove, and refrigerator on a daily and weekly basis and it can be hard to function without them. The good news is you may not have to invest in a brand new appliance.
Owning a dishwasher is a huge time saver. If you have the space for one in your kitchen, it is definitely worth the investment. However, it can be anything but convenient when they malfunction. This guide goes over some troubleshooting tips to fix common dishwasher issues.
Dishwasher Won't Start
You hit the power button and the worst-case scenario happens – your dishwasher doesn't start. The first thing you should do is check that you shut the door correctly.
Kids tend to do a lot of not-so-smart things. A lot of times, the damage they cause, whether intentionally or accidentally, leaves you having to repair or replace something. When it comes to appliances, the damages caused by kids are not covered under any homeowner's insurance, nor is the damage covered under the appliance's warranty. Such is the case with microwaves. The following examples are some of the less-than-smart things kids have tried to do to microwaves which resulted in necessary repair bills.