Published at Tuesday, 22 May 2018. Dishwasher. By Simone Marois.
It is easy to look at a small kitchen and think "oh great I'll just never cook again. Or have friends over for dinner." But it does not have to be that way. Your tiny kitchen can have any of the things large kitchens have. You just can't have all the things large kitchens have. But if you really want a dishwasher there are more options than you'd think and you do not have to drain your savings account.
The same holds true when it comes to accepting additional diagnoses for a troubled machine. In the midst of bracing yourself for a giant bill and trying to get dinner ready while staying out of the dishwasher repair pro's way you do not want to hear that there are more dishwasher repairs on the horizon. However isn't it better to know what all the problems are so that you can fix them instead of having something crop up as a surprise later on? Catching problems early also often means that they aren't as serious (or expensive to fix) as they could be in the future. You may not want to hear any more bad news but this is one case in which knowing is better than being in the dark.
Compare the cost of replacing a damaged water inlet or drain valve with the cost of buying and installing a new dishwasher. There's a big difference. It's true that getting a repair done can be pricey and can throw your monthly budget into cardiac arrest. However dealing with a solvable problem when it comes up is much better than ignoring it and having to buy a whole new machine down the line. You might have to spend some money that you didn't plan on spending in the moment but you'll save far more money in the long run.
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