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Kitchen-Aid 24" Built-In Dishwasher - Stainless Steel

  • Model: KDHE704DSS
  • 24" Wide Built-in
  • 3 Wash Levels
  • Delay Start
  • 6 Wash Cycles / 7 Options
  • 39 dBA Sound Rating
Special financing available (subject to credit approval)
Dishwasher Style
24" Wide Built-in
Wash Levels
3 Wash Levels
Delay Start
Delay Start
Wash Cycles / Options
6 Wash Cycles / 7 Options
dBA Rating (Sound Level)
39 dBA Sound Rating
Minimum Height
33.5" Minimum Height
Pots and Pans Cycle
Yes
China and Crystal Wash
Yes
Rinse and Hold Option
Yes
High Temperature Wash
Yes
Sani Wash
Yes
Electronic Controls
Yes
Food Disposer
Hard Food Disposer
Heated Drying On/Off Control
Yes
Rinse Aid Dispenser
Yes
Tub Type
Stainless Steel Tub
Integrated Console
Yes
Energy Star Tier Level
Energy Star Tier Level 1
Dimensions
23.8(w) X 34.5(h) X 24.7(d)
Shipping Weight
109 lbs
Warranty Terms - Parts
12 Months
Warranty Terms - Labor
12 Months

This is our most highly featured dishwasher with cleaning performance that makes KitchenAid the best performing dishwasher brand. A third-level utensil rack gives you a versatile loading option for your spatulas, ladles, and extra silverware. And the unique Ultra Handle gives a nod to our heritage and matches the stainless steel that you'll find inside and out.

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Kitchen-Aid 24" Built-In Dishwasher - Stainless Steel
 
5.0

(based on 7 reviews)

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5.0

Extremely quiet

By Karl

from Sudbury, Greater Sudbury, ON, Canada

Comments about Kitchen-Aid 24" Built-In Dishwasher - Stainless Steel:

Bought this two months ago and excellent purchase! Does really well. Only complaint is the hook-up hoses are proprietary - the generic hoses won't do. You have to go with one especially for kithenaid. The only difference is a rubber connector.

 
5.0

The Quietest Dishwasher Ever!

By VickyG

from West Vancouver, BC, Canada

Comments about Kitchen-Aid 24" Built-In Dishwasher - Stainless Steel:

I asked for this dishwasher for my birthday present - normally I wouldn't but I wanted a practical gift. It is an excellent dishwasher to date (bought and installed in May 2014). Unless you put your ear to the dishwasher door or you hear the water draining in the sink, you wouldn't even know it was running. Dishes come out clean and sparkly!

 
5.0

Perfect!

By Skypy1

from Québec, QC, Canada

Comments about Kitchen-Aid 24" Built-In Dishwasher - Stainless Steel:

Quiet, quiet and quiet makes it the perfect house applicable. Wash ed dishes are also perfect!

 
5.0

Great dishwasher

By Daren

from Onalaska, WI, United States

Comments about Kitchen-Aid 24" Built-In Dishwasher - Stainless Steel:

Have used for about a month with no problems. Hinges a little stiff but freeing up with use. Extremely quiet & efficient at cleaning.

 
5.0

Awesome dishwasher

By MEWC

from Pikesville, MD

Comments about Kitchen-Aid 24" Built-In Dishwasher - Stainless Steel:

Ultra quiet, wonderful to load, with lots of neat spaces for those awkward items and plenty of choices for stacking way more dishes, flatware, and pots and pans than we currently own. Looks great in our new kitchen, and works wonderfully well.

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5.0

Prepared to be wowed

By kitchengeek

from Columbus, OH, USA

Pros

  • Convenient Features
  • Design
  • Easy to use
  • Innovative
  • Performance

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Kitchen-Aid 24" Built-In Dishwasher - Stainless Steel:

      After living in 5 different homes over the last 10 years, there is not a single dishwasher that can hold a candle to this dishwasher. The wash performance is unmatched (unless you get another similar model to this one like Kenmore Elite) and leaves my dishes spotless. Most dishwashers have a chopper or garbage disposal built in where this one uses a triple filtration system that filters out the fine particles of food and keeping them from being redeposited on your dishes during the wash cycle. The stainless steel tub not only looks great, but keeps the temperature up so dishes wash at the correct temperature and come out great every time. If there was not an indicator light on the front, you would not know the dishwasher is on. I host a lot of dinner parties and can run this machine while I carry on a conversation with my guests. They didn't know it was on until the beep came at the end of the cycle letting me know my dishes are ready. They were shocked at how quiet it was. Like everything in life, you get what you pay for. This dishwasher was certainly everything and more I had hoped for and after having my round of bad dishwashers, I have found a winner. Don't ever think that spending extra money for an appliance is wasteful. You will soon find out that a little more to get something that is first class is always the way to go.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      As good as dishwashers get

      By drn123

      from Redmond, WA, USA

      Pros

      • Convenient Features
      • Design
      • Easy to use
      • Performance

      Cons

      • more fussiness required due to water rules

      Best Uses

        Comments about Kitchen-Aid 24" Built-In Dishwasher - Stainless Steel:

        We have last years model of this dishwasher. Ours is different only in that it does not have the extra jets on the top shelf and is not as quiet. Even so it is still very quiet. We run it anytime and it does not produce enough noise to be bothersome, most of the cycle you can barely hear. With low water use rules, dishwashers struggle to clean as effectively as they used to. Our 17 year old Kitchen Aid cleaned just as well as this one but it was somewhat louder and used more water. We find the best performance comes from 4 things: 1. Always use rinse aid. This is stated in the manual and it's absolutely true. Two initial loads run before we got the rinse aid came out very wet even with heated dry and had a lot of spots and dirt left on them. 2. Always use High Temp Wash. On our old dishwasher, this meant 135 degrees. Now this means only 120. Regular wash is cooler. 120 makes the detergents dissolve better and improves cleaning as well as final drying. 3. For most loads use ProWash or Heavy Duty. Use normal only for very lightly soiled dishes. 4. Keep the filter clean. If it gets gunky, the wash performance goes down hill. This is a trade off area. Having a manually cleaned filter and no built in garbage disposal makes the dishwasher much quieter. But the wash performance can be affected and dishes have to be more thoroughly scraped. On our old machine I would hold the plate or dish over the garbage and pretty much what didn't fall off went in to the dishwasher. (Baked on food would be soaked.) Now we have to more thoroughly scrape the dishes before placing in the machine. With all that in mind, the cleaning performance is quite good, it's very quiet, and it looks great too.

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