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Dishwashers often endure significant wear and tear due to their frequent use, exposure to various food residues, and the demand for heavy-duty cleaning tasks, which can result in their susceptibility to abuse.

When dealing with a faulty dishwasher, here are three things you can check:

  1. Power Connection: Ensure that the dishwasher is properly connected to a power source and that the circuit breaker or fuse associated with it hasn't tripped or blown. Confirm that the power switch on the dishwasher is in the "on" position. Faulty power connections can prevent the dishwasher from starting or operating correctly.

  2. Water Supply: Check the water supply to the dishwasher. Ensure that the water supply valve is fully open and providing sufficient water pressure to fill the dishwasher. Examine the inlet hose for any kinks, blockages, or leaks that may be impeding the water flow. Inspect the dishwasher's filter to make sure it is clean and free of debris.

  3. Drainage System: Inspect the dishwasher's drain system for any clogs or obstructions. Check the drain hose for kinks, blockages, or damage that may be preventing proper drainage. Additionally, clean the dishwasher's filter or trap to ensure it is clear of food particles or debris that can obstruct the drainage process.

By examining these three aspects—power connection, water supply, and drainage system—you can troubleshoot common issues with a faulty dishwasher. However, if the problem persists or requires further diagnosis, it is recommended to consult a professional technician from Main Electrical & Appliance Services for accurate troubleshooting and repairs.

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