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.
Find out why your dishes are still wet even after the dishwasher cycle has finished.
Find out where dishes should go, as well as what never to put in a dishwasher.
In less than 15 minutes you can get that upper dishrack rolling smoothly again.
See how easy replacing a broken upper dishrack roller is in this short video.
Replace the track roller in less than 15 minutes.
Find out how to clean and flush household appliances once a boil water advisory is lifted.
Learn how to repair broken, frayed or damaged wires in your appliances.
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.
See where you should look when trying to locate the model tag on a kitchen or laundry appliance.
Learn how to keep the stainless-steel appliances in your home clean and shining bright.
It’s easy to get a newer looking dishrack!
Try these tips for getting better results from your dishwasher.
If the control panel goes blank, the fan could be to blame. Replace the vent and fan assembly using these steps.
When the spray arm won’t spray, you might need to replace the circulation pump and motor assembly. Here's how.