With automobiles, costly breakdowns are often preceded by warning signs that things are not quite working properly. That sign might be the engine not starting (battery, alternator, starter), or weird sounds coming from various locations (loose belts under the hood, muffler and/or pipe below, wheel issues, etc, etc, etc).
With dishwashing machines that unfortunate first sign it’s not draining properly might be a flood on your Crown Point, DeMotte, or Merrillville kitchen floor. Not good if you set your machine to run at night after everyone has retired to bed, or worse, if you set it to run after the family hits the road for a long weekend getaway.
Never fear, there are other subtler warning signs that it’s time to either troubleshoot your dishwashing machine yourself or call in a repair man. Watch out for these signs to avoid the coming tide.
Here’s a helpful video on solving other common dishwasher problems.