Home chefs everywhere rely on their Danby dishwashers to help keep their countertops clear and their kitchens clean. If you should experience problems with the door to your Danby dishwasher, help is available from Sears PartsDirect to keep everything in fine working order. Check out these troubleshooting tips to keep your Danby dishwasher's door working properly.
If your dishwasher's door drops so quickly that you find it hard to catch, chances are the door hinge spring is broken. This spring normally provides the tension needed to let the door sink down easily when you open the dishwasher. Even if only one door hinge spring is broken, you need to replace both so the two sides of the dishwasher door are in equal tension.
The most visible of all dishwasher parts is the door itself. If your door has become badly dented or damaged through years of heavy use, it's a relief to know that you can replace the outer door panel easily. This replacement also makes your life easy if you choose to change out other appliances in your kitchen, since it lets you change the look of your dishwasher without having to replace the entire appliance.
When you're troubleshooting dishwasher repair issues for your dishwasher door, it's important to take a look at the door latch assembly. If the door does not shut and latch correctly, safety mechanisms keep the dishwasher from running. If the switch in the door latch assembly believes the latch is open even when it's shut, the dishwasher also doesn't run. Check these problems, and replace as needed.
Sears PartsDirect carries a wide selection of parts for Danby dishwashers. Once you know the part you need, choose the type of category from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698.