According to a recent survey, 73% of U.S. households have a dishwasher, even though another survey reveals
that this convenient appliance often goes unused by 20% of those who own one. Okay, so maybe one in five of us
prefer to wash and dry dishes by hand. But is there comfort in knowing that the dishwasher is standing by, ready to
do the dishes for those times when we have better things to do? If a malfunctioning dishwasher forces us to clean
the dishes ourselves, does it make the chore that much more unpleasant? Let’s agree that it’s better to
have a choice and get that dishwasher back in good working order.
Repair Clinic stocks all the replacement parts you need to repair or maintain
your dishwasher, including drain hoses, water inlet valves, drain
pump motors, wash arms, dishracks, heating elements,
and much more. To get started, you’ll need to identify the dishwasher’s model number, which can be found
on a label attached to the top or side of the dishwasher door. Enter the
full model number of the appliance in the Repair Clinic website search bar for a complete list of compatible parts.
Repair Clinic carries parts for all the top brand dishwashers, including Bosch, KitchenAid, Kenmore, Maytag, Samsung, GE, Frigidaire, LG, and Whirlpool, but
you’ll need to make sure you’re purchasing the right part for it to work with your model.
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