If your post-mealtime clean-up routine has come to include the laborious process of washing pots and pans by hand, the writing is on the wall: you need to fix your broken dishwasher! To be sure, your Whirlpool dishwasher has a reputation for durable cleaning technology. After all, the company got its start helping consumers to more easily clean their clothes with its innovative, motor-driven wringer washers. Still, even newer Whirlpool dishwashers can sometimes develop problems ranging from the unit not starting to leaking to overflowing. Luckily, you can fix most dishwasher problems yourself, and save money on a costly service call in the process. We can show you how, and we'll also identify the right replacement part that will get your machine running right again.