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Dishlex Dishwasher Parts

Nobody likes doing dishes, and if your dishwasher breaks down that's exactly what you're going to be doing. Dishlex dishwasher parts can get your dishwasher back up and running so you can focus more on the cookery than the cleaning. Replacing worn parts is the easiest way to ensure that your dishes stay clean and your home stays peaceful.

Dishwasher Repair Basics

The big advantage of dishwasher repair is that it's usually both fairly simple and rarely urgent. In most cases the immediate problem is nothing more than the fact it won't wash dishes rather than water pouring all over your floor. No matter what's wrong with your dishwasher, always make sure to turn off the water and disconnect the power before working on it.


Whether your dishwasher fails to fill or fails to drain, one of the first things to check for is a problem with your hoses. Dishlex dishwasher hoses are inexpensive to replace and can save you a huge headache. Old hoses can spring a leak, or just clog. Just replace them when necessary and don't forget to tighten the fittings to avoid a leak.

Dishlex Pumps

If the hose isn't the problem, you may need a new Dishlex dishwasher pump to ensure that your unit drains properly. While you can sometimes repair the pump, it's usually safer just to replace it. Always make sure the power is disconnected before starting work. You normally need to get under the base plate to remove the pump. Once underneath, remove all the water and electric lines and the pump should come out easily.

Heating Elements

Another component you may need to replace is the heating element. After draining water and disconnecting the dishwasher you want to remove the lower kick plate. This gives you access to the wiring. Look for where the element protrudes through from inside the dishwasher and label the two leads. Next, disconnect the leads and go back into the washer to remove the element.

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