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Call the right person for dishwasher repairs

Published On: Mar 06 2013 01:53:11 PM CST   Updated On: Mar 21 2013 10:10:12 AM CDT
Kitchen dishwasher

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By Cris Carl, Networx

If your dishwasher is having problems, you may want to call plumber instead of an appliance repair technician.

Pioneer Plumbing and Roofing, a plumbing company in Los Angeles, states on their website: “Many of your kitchen appliances that work with water are interconnected, and your dishwasher may not need a part but rather some simple plumbing.”

The company goes on to state that plumbers look at your plumbing system over-all to make a determination regarding what might work best for you and your situation, and not just at the appliance.

Source: http://www.networx.com/blog/dishwasher-repair-tip-call-the-right-pe

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