Dishwasher Repair in Toronto: Expert’s Guide to Keeping Your Appliance Safe

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Consulting a team of experts that really knows dishwasher repair in Toronto as soon as you suspect there are problems in your machine could mean the difference between fixing it quickly and purchasing a brand new one.

  • Sharp knives: While dull butter knives can be placed in the dishwasher, sharp knives used for foods such as meat can damage the unit internally. The water pressure in the machine will also dull the quality of your knife over time.
  • Cast iron pans: These type of pans can be difficult to clean, since food placed in them tend to stick to the bottom of the pan. Instead of placing it in the dishwasher, we recommend soaking it in warm water for an hour or two, and then using a pot scrubber to get rid of the difficult remnants. Placing a cast iron pan in your dishwasher can destroy the dish slots inside the appliance, which may warrant the help of professional dishwasher technician. If this is the case, entire slots or racks may have to be replaced.
  • Crystal: Crystal dishes are likely to cracked, chipped or broken if placed in the dishwasher. The water pressure is often too high for the delicate and fragile build of fine crystal. The broken pieces can cause internal problems to the machine and disrupt its operation.

Let us help you ensure it doesn’t get to that point: call RA Appliance repair today! Reach us at our emergency hotline at 647-707-1711!

We know how to fix clogged sprinklers, broken sliding racks, cracked doors, buttons and anything else that may be wrong with your machine.

You may be gearing up to host your family and friends for dinner, getting everything ready ahead of time. Your dishwasher will soon be home to stacks of plates, cutlery, fine china and glass. Is it ready to take this on? Has it been showing signs of giving up? As the experts in dishwasher repair in Toronto have come up with a short list of things to avoid placing in your dishwasher so you can avoid any further damage.

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