Dishwasher

 A dishwasher is a complex and not a simple appliance that was developed in 1887 in Chicago, USA. And since then, this invention provides convenience and service to many people around the world. At the heart of the dishwasher is an electronic board that controls the entire process of washing and drying dishes. The dishwasher has two pumps that pump wastewater and a circulating pump that provides pressure for washing dishes. Several sensors are responsible for the amount of water collected so that there is no flood. The heating element heats the water and dries the dishes after the washing process. The dishwasher uses water under pressure, so all water pipes and parts must be reliable and serviceable. The gaskets on the doors and under the door are made of rubber resistant to high temperature, which guarantees the reliable operation of the dishwasher. After buying a dishwasher, it is important to read the user manual before pressing the start button. The instructions indicate basic precautions and how to use the dishwasher correctly. A common mistake of the user is that dishes with large portions of food left after eating go to the dishwasher. Of course, there are filters that protect the main parts of the dishwasher from debris, but still, parts of the food can get to the vital details. When leftover food gets into parts such as a pump, it ends badly for a dishwasher. The dishwasher stops washing dishes leaving the dishes dirty. Over time, not only filters and parts become clogged, but also the charging hose. All this negatively affects the quality of the dishwasher. As a result, the user is forced to seek help from professional companies that repair and service dishwashers. Repairing food-clogged parts takes a lot of time. Food debris entering the motor or pump often damages these parts and needs to be changed. For repair and maintenance of the dishwasher, first of all, you need to turn off the electrician and water. Remove the dishwasher completely from the furniture and lay on its side. After repair, everything must be repeated again. If you need to order and bring back the part for repair, then pulling and installation is done twice. Technicians do not leave a disassembled dishwasher as it is not safe and not convenient for the client. After installing the dishwasher, there is always a risk that a water leak may occur. The first time after installing the dishwasher, you need to be especially careful about whether there is a water leak. If you find that water appears under or near the dishwasher You urgently need to shut off the water supply to the dishwasher, turn off the power switch and call the technician to diagnose and eliminate the water leak. Water leakage can be for various reasons, and only a qualified technician can accurately find the cause and eliminate it in the dishwasher.

A few important tips in conclusion 1) Read the user manual carefully before using your dishwasher. 2) Rinse leftover food from the dishes before putting the dishes in the dishwasher. 3) When you see water near or under the dishwasher, quickly turn off the water tap and turn off the power to the dishwasher. Call a dishwasher repair technician.

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