DCS Appliance Service and Repair

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We are proud to be an authorized servicer for Fisher and Paykel and DCS appliances.

Fisher & Paykel and DCS are manufacturers of ranges, cooktops, dish drawers, wall ovens, microwaves, ventilation products, refrigerators, BBQs, washers, and dryers.

DCS Repair Professionals

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DCS Info

Appliance Service Station is a DCS certified repair provider.
(888) 936-7872
Model & Serial Number Location
Range: Right rear burner towards back, or right oven door hinge.

We provide DCS range repair in Redmond, Kent, Bellevue, Kirkland, Seattle, Everett, Sammamish, Edmonds, Issaquah, Mercer Island, Renton and everywhere between!

Appliance Service Station has proudly served the greater Puget Sound area with DCS repair specialists available to fix anything from ranges to cooktops, and refrigerators to washer and dryers. From DCS Repair in Seattle to Everett, we have the entire Puget Sound area covered.

DCS Repair Tips

Prior to a technician coming out to your home we would like to offer a few tips to possibly help repair the unit without the need for a service call.

Dishwasher Not Draining

If your dishwasher is not draining, remove the filter on the bottom of unit and ensure the filter is clean, if your dishwasher is draining to an air gap, remove the cap on the air gap and inspect it for clogs.

Dishwasher Not Filling

If the dishwasher is not filling with water, check to make sure the water supply valve (usually under the kitchen sink) is turned on.

Dishwasher Not Cleaning

If your dishwasher is not cleaning as well as it used to. Check the spray arms for clogs.

Burner Won't Light

If the gas burners are not lighting properly or clicking after lit. Your igniters may need cleaning, this can usually be done by cleaning the tip of the igniter with a fine file, or an emery board. Follow that up with cleaning the igniter with a Q-tip dipped in rubbing alcohol.

BBQ Burner Clogged

On barbecues the burner tubes can become clogged with food debris and will require occasional cleaning. This can be accomplished by using a small piece of wire or paperclip and going around to all the holes in the burner and cleaning them out.

Fault Codes

On all other appliances that have an electronic control, if the unit locks up or shows a fault code of any kind, turn the unit off at the circuit breaker and wait 5 minutes, then restore power to the unit. Many times this will “reboot” the appliance and no more service is required.