These articles and how-to videos from Sears PartsDirect can help you get the best possible cleaning results from your dishwasher. Get advice on why your dishwasher isn't filling, draining or starting, how to load a dishwasher so dishes get clean, how to fix rusted tines and more. For more DIY advice, check out our dishwasher repair help section for more troubleshooting guidance, error code information and step-by-step repair instructions.
Get your upper dishrack rolling again with this quick and easy fix.
See how easy replacing a broken upper dishrack roller is in this short video.
Replace the track roller in less than 15 minutes.
Fix a broken dishrack roller in just a few minutes.
These tips will help your dishwasher clean your dishes better.
Troubleshoot why your dishwasher is leaking and fix the problem.
Learn where to check for and remove clogs to get your dishwasher draining again.
Overloading the detergent dispenser, using clumpy soap and a broken actuator are reasons why the dispenser won't open.
Sometimes you just plain forget to turn the dishwasher switch on, but you might also need to check for faulty wire connections or user interface control.
Use a floor-mounting kit to fasten your dishwasher to the floor.
Learn how to anchor your dishwasher so it doesn't tilt forward.
It could be a failed door switch, overfill float switch or water inlet valve. See how to test them.
Stuck control panel keys or a faulty door switch can prevent a dishwasher from starting.
Take our quiz to see how well you treat your appliances. Then, find out what you can do to help them last longer.
Upper spray arms not getting water? The diverter motor could be broken. Use this guide to replace it.
Follow these steps to replace the high-limit thermostat in your dishwasher if prevents the heating element from heating.