Modern dishwashers combine running water and electrical machinery to get your dishes clean quickly and efficiently. Unfortunately, sometimes those two systems stop working or interfere with each other. When your dishwasher fails to start or complete a cycle without stopping, you may need new Inglis dishwasher parts to repair it.
The door latch assembly is one of the simplest and most easily overlooked dishwasher parts you might have to repair. Dishwashers lock closed to seal the compartment and prevent the escape of water. If the latch is not closing properly or is unable to stay in place once closed, the washer is likely to either not start or to shut off as if the door has been opened midway through the cycle.
The cycle switch selector assembly controls the way the dishwasher switches between stages in its wash cycle. This unit is a common reason for dishwasher repair, as it uses an electromechanical mechanism for timing the switches that is prone to corrosion and other wear. If the dishwasher does not switch cycles in response to commands from the control panel, the selector may need to be replaced.
A blown thermal fuse prevents the dishwasher from running at all. Suspect a blown fuse if the dishwasher becomes completely unresponsive, but the panel lights still light up, indicating that power is flowing to the appliance.
Sears PartsDirect offers a wide selection of Inglis dishwasher parts to ensure the continued smooth operation of your residential or commercial dishwasher. To find the right parts for your washer, choose the type of category from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698.