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from Ambler PA
Comments about KitchenAid 24" Built-In Dishwasher - Stainless Steel:
When we bought this house in 1976 it had a new Kitchen Aid dishwasher; first dishwasher I ever had. We replaced that model in 1997 with another Kitchen Aid. It came time to replace this one (which still worked) but since we were doing the kitchen floor decided it would be easier to do now than later. So in 2016 after more than nineteen years of faithful service of course it had to be another Kitchen Aid. What else?
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Quite and efficient
from Brooklyn, NY
Very happy with the dishwasher! Roomy, quite and efficient!
everything we wanted
from Staten Island, N.y.
It's too soon to make a fair decision. So far it has performed betterthen we expected.
Quiet, fits odd shaped dishes well.
from Seattle, WA
So far we really like this dishwasher, it fits a mix of odd shaped dishes, casseroles, roasting pans, and so on. Cycles take a long time, but that's ok since it's energy saving, and we aren't expecting a quick turn-around. It's so quiet that if the indicators weren't on the front, we'd never be able to tell when it's running.
Nice unit and very satisfy with it.
from Mansfield, Texas
We have had this Dishwasher model for only over two weeks now and it has been well worth the price we paid for it. I would recommend it to anyone.
Best dishwasher we have ever purchased. You get what you pay for.... dishes perfectly clean and shiny and it is so quiet. We had to keep checking to see if it was actually running the first time we used it. Other family members actually looking at purchasing the same model.
from New Jersey
I would have given it 5 stars, except for one issue I have found: the LED pad on front is super sensitive and if you brush against it, the dishwasher will start it's cycle. You can lock it so this doesn't happen, but it's just another thing to do....
Pocket Handle Is A Design Failure
The machine runs quiet enough and cleans well enough. The problem is the pocket handle design. Over time, with normal use, the control panel comes loose rendering the machine impotent. Of course, by this time the appliance is out of the warranty period. The "solution", other than to pay for a costly repair, is to snap the control panel back in place, reset the breaker, and try again. KitchenAid should have had a recall on all dishwashers with this design and replaced the panels or washer at no charge for the consumer. Huge disappointment. If you go with KitchenAid, skip the pocket handle design altogether.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Looks and works great.
from Portland, Or
Replaced a Maytag from the 80's which still worked. The new KitchenAid is very quiet, cleans everything well, seems well built and works great. The only complaint is one I read before purchasing so I knew about it, the touch sensitive control panel is very sensitive. We have inadvertently touched it and started things a few times since it was installed. I may have considered a top control, but would have still bought a KitchenAid product. It is a nice dishwasher.
from Jacksonville, Florida
My husband purchased this dishwasher and had it installed as a surprise. I must say, I love it. It does a fantastic job cleaning and drying the dishes. It is quiet, which is an added plus. I would recommend this dishwasher above any other brand. It is the second KitchenAid appliance I have owned, and can vouch for the outstanding quality they advertise.
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