Kelvinator Dishwasher Parts
Homeowners turn to Kelvinator for sleek and reliable dishwashers that get the job done. On those occasions when your dishwasher leaves you with dirty dishes after a completed wash cycle, follow some basic troubleshooting steps before calling a repair technician. Simple maintenance procedures such as cleaning the filter may be enough to bring your dishwasher's cleaning performance back to normal.
Clean the Dishwasher Filters
If you don't clean your Kelvinator dishwasher's filters regularly, they can become blocked with food particles, inhibiting proper water flow through the machine. Follow the user manual to locate and remove the filters, and rinse them off in the sink to get them clean. These dishwasher parts occasionally become damaged, so replace them if needed.
Clear the Drain Path
A clog anywhere along the drain path can back up the water flow and leave you with a dirty dishwasher load. Complete a simple dishwasher repair by clearing out the drain hose, the sump and the drain pump, and make sure the kitchen sink is not backed up as the sink and the dishwasher normally share the same drain.
Inspect the Detergent Dispenser
If the detergent dispenser has a broken latch or doesn't open during a wash cycle, the dishes may not receive the amount of detergent needed for proper cleaning. Examine the dispenser, and replace it with a compatible repair part if it appears broken.
Whether you need a new filter or a drain pump, trust Sears PartsDirect to supply you with all the parts you need to maintain your Kelvinator dishwasher. If you're looking for a certain replacement part or need assistance with your dishwasher repair, choose the type of category from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698.
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