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GE Profile Top Control Dishwasher in Slate with Stainless Steel Tub

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Profile Top Control Dishwasher in Slate with Stainless Steel Tub

  • Slate finish holds magnets while resisting dirt and fingerprints
  • Features Top controls combined with a color LCD screen
  • At only 42 dB, you'll hardly notice it is running

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Product Overview

This PROFILE top Control Dishwasher in Stainless Steel with Stainless Steel Tub features a Two-Pump System that gives the dishes an extra clean while maintaining a quiet kitchen environment. You will get dry and table-ready items every time thanks to a 1,000-Watt hidden heater and fan that circulates the air to remove moisture. The dishwasher also features an Express Cycle option that quickly cleans a lightly soiled load at your convenience.

  • User-friendly Top controls combined with a color LCD screen complement the sleek stainless look
  • With (42 dBA), a dishwasher this quiet has a status indicator on the door to tell you if the dishwasher is Washing, Drying or Clean
  • Generously sized interior provides the space and loading flexibility necessary to accommodate 16 place settings
  • 4 dedicated integrated Bottle Wash Jets in the upper rack help clean hard-to-reach areas inside tall items for the ultimate clean
  • Achieve the ultimate clean with GE's most advanced wash system from an industry-leading number of 100+ cleaning jets that deliver complete washing coverage to every corner of the dishwasher
  • Bottle Wash Jets easily reach Hard-to-reach areas inside tall items get completely clean with four dedicated jets integrated into the upper rack that shower water deep inside for the ultimate clean
  • Energy Star and CEE qualified to meet or exceed federal guidelines for energy efficiency for year-round energy and money savings
  • Stainless-steel tub retains its attractive shine cycle after cycle, year after year
  • A rinse aid with Indicator and Adjustment Electronic Low rinse aid sensor, this dishwasher dispenses the right amount of detergent; saving you money
  • This dishwasher features a Lower Rack Adjustable Tines and Wash Your Way Customizable Rack to configure racks to fit your dishes with adjustable loading options and multi-position, fold-down tines
  • Table-ready silverware is assured with a three-piece silverware basket with soft touch handles that can divide and separate for convenient placement
  • Dishes come out impressively clean thanks to this revolutionary reversing quad blade wash arm, with 25 spray jets reversing direction to hit items from every angle
  • The Sanitize Option has a high-temperature rinse that sanitizes and reduces 99.99% of bacteria found on dishes
  • The Wash Zone Option washes a true half-load in either the upper or lower rack without sacrificing options and cycles available on a full wash
  • Floor Protect with Alert Technology allows uncommon leaks to be easily detected and contained with an alert notification
  • Rinse Aid Indicator Light - Maintain optimal drying results with a light that signals when rinse aid is low
  • Sanitize option (NSF Residential) - High-temperature rinse sanitizes and reduces 99.999% of bacteria found on dishes
  • Dishwasher installation availability varies by location and can vary based on your home’s plumbing, Click Here for details

    dishwasher jets

  • Dedicated silverware jets - Highly pressurized spray jets target the silverware area for improved cleaning
  • Rinse Only - Pre-rinses dishes while waiting to wash a full load

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Name 24 in. Top Control Dishwasher in Slate with Stainless Steel Tub and Steam Prewash Profile Top Control Dishwasher in Slate with Stainless Steel Tub Stainless Steel Interior Dishwasher with Hidden Top Control in Slate
Brand GE Adora GE GE Profile
Ratings (199) (1397) (12)
Color/Finish Family Slate Slate Slate
Door Style Top Control Top Control Top Control
Tub Material Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Stainless Steel
Dishwasher Features 3rd Rack,Automatic Temperature Control,Cycle Status Lights,Delay Start Option,Filtered Water,Fingerprint Resistant,Hard Food Disposer,Hard Food Filter,Heated Dry,Hidden Controls,High Temperature Wash Option,Sensor Wash,Sound Reduction System Automatic Temperature Control,Cycle Status Lights,Delay Start Option,Filtered Water,Hard Food Disposer,Hard Food Filter,Heated Dry,Hidden Controls,High Temperature Wash Option,Sensor Wash,Sound Reduction System Automatic Temperature Control,Cycle Status Lights,Delay Start Option,Fingerprint Resistant,Hard Food Filter,Hard Food Filter,Heated Dry,Hidden Controls
Dishwasher Size 24 In. 24 In. 24 In.
Height - Maximum (in) 34.625 34.625 34.625
Hard Food Disposer or Filtration Hard Food Disposer & Filtration Hard Food Disposer & Filtration Hard Food Disposer & Filtration
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Customer Questions & Answers

When installed, is the dishwasher flush with the cabinets or does it stick out an inch or so?

Asked by: Cindy
Our machine stuck out about an inch from cabinet fronts, but stopped at (under) edge of counter tops
Answered by: CandJ
Date published: 2016-06-01

Are the blue spouts on the top rack also used to clean water bottles?

Are the blue spouts on the top rack also used to clean water bottles? If so, how many inches of space is provide between that and the top of the dishwasher? Thanks!
Asked by: Jenn
Those spouts are the bottle wash positions
Answered by: CandJ
Date published: 2016-06-01


Asked by: DIANE
Facing the machine, our basket is on the right side. That is the only place it will fit.
Answered by: CandJ
Date published: 2016-06-01

Are the upper spray arms designed to rotate during wash cycle?

My dishwasher is not washing items in the upper rack and when I open the door, only the bottom spray arm is moving. I also ran the dishwasher in the upper rack only option and still no movement of the spray arms. It also does not dry plastic items even though I have the power boost turned on.
Asked by: Gaga
yes, they spin
Answered by: CandJ
Date published: 2016-06-01
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Customer Reviews

Profile Top Control Dishwasher in Slate with Stainless Steel Tub is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 1397.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from * Lasted Exactly One Year * Exactly one year and one month after we bought it (after the Warranty expired of course), the drain pump ceased to work. Also, the so-called "Power Dry" feature never worked. (The dishes were always wet after the cycle was finished.) Our old dishwasher lasted 15-20 years.
Date published: 2017-01-27
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Only Fair Wash & Dry Before reviewing the GE profile, I should mention that newer dishwashers are nearly the opposite of older dishwashers in every respect. The difference is like night and day. Especially if you are replacing an older model, this is important to know. Dishwashers that were made about 20 years ago were often manufactured in the USA. They featured fail-safe mechanical buttons or knobs that turned functions on or off without a lot of electrical gadgetry. The controls were always on the front of the unit and were easy to see and interpret. The dishwashers did their work by thrashing a fair amount of water around the tub. (Recent studies in Europe, especially by Electrolux and Bosch, have demonstrated that the thrashing method is actually the best way to clean the dishes.) With older dishwashers, it was possible to clean the dishes within a remarkably short time—45 minutes to an hour was enough to complete the task with no food residue on the plates or dinnerware. Food residue did not build up quickly on the bottom drainage area either, screened or not. More water, after all, flushes things out better than less water. On the downside, the older units were noisy with all that thrashing water. It sounded like a mini-car wash. Part of this was due to the plastic tubs that reverberated more than harder materials. After the wash, the older models had an automatic drier function that dried the dishes quickly with the help of a vent on the front or side of the unit. There were no puddles of water anywhere. Most of the older models were built to last. They were easy to install and relatively easy to fix if something went wrong. Most of the newer dishwashers, in contrast, are manufactured abroad. They have few, if any, mechanical buttons or knobs and rely heavily on electronic screens and gadgets. The majority do not have controls on the front of the unit. As a result, the controls and/or status indicators are difficult or impossible to see unless one actually stops the unit and looks inside to the top edge of the door panel. To alleviate this problem, some manufacturers found it necessary to install a light that shines on the floor when the unit has finished a cycle. Due to the new location of the controls, some models shorted out as a result of too much moisture in the door panel. Frigidaire had significant problems with this. The newer dishwashers do their cleaning with small high-intensity jets and use as little water as possible. Due to the higher pressure, these units can etch glassware—especially if there is hard water or if the homeowner uses the powder-style detergent out of the box. Spots and scraps of food residue are often found on the plates and dinnerware. From my experience and that of others, it is difficult, if not impossible, to wash and dry the dishes in 45 minutes to an hour. Usually it takes an hour and a half or more. Because not much water is used, food jams around the drain very easily. The screens must be cleaned regularly. The new units can be very quiet. This is probably due to the smaller jets of water and metal tubs that are used nowadays. While some units feature automatic drying, the extra-heat button often needs to be selected on the control panel in order for the dishes to be dried properly. Many units do not have a direct vent to the outside, which means the moisture cannot escape as well as in the earlier dishwashers. Certain items, especially those furthest from the heating coils, are always wet at the end of the cycle and require hand drying. The extra moisture can lead to mold—especially in units produced by Bosch, according to reviews and comments from our friends who own Bosch dishwashers. From what I and others have observed, nearly all the newer dishwashers are cheaply made with fragile parts that break easily. The so-called stainless steel panels are currently made of a metal alloy that stains easily, shows fingerprints and watermarks, and is incredibly flimsy—it can be dented very easily. Our GE profile has all of the advantages and disadvantages of the modern dishwashers mentioned above. It is very quiet, but it does a very mediocre job of washing and drying dishes. There is a vent, but it apparently goes through the inside of the door instead of venting directly outside. Our dishes are always wet—even after the medium-heavy drying cycle. If we don’t do a good job of rinsing the dishes before we put them in the dishwasher, food residue always shows up somewhere. The so-called stainless steel always has streaks on it. We paid approximately twice as much for this dishwasher as our old unit and got half the performance. Although it was mentioned in the owner’s manual, we didn’t think the etching would really be a problem. We were wrong. We had to replace most of our glassware within the first two months of use. We had to buy the new—and more expensive dishwasher pellets—because the usual powder detergent was essentially sandblasting our things. Installing the unit resulted in some major problems. Our first unit was purchased in January of 2014. The Home Depot installation people did not read the owners manual and failed to adjust the door springs properly. Because of this, the door of the unit fell down every time we opened it. This caused the frame of the washer to warp out of alignment. This, in turn, caused the frame to catch on one of the mounting screws and rip off part of the frame, ruining the seal. We had to buy a new unit because it was already of out of warranty by the time this happened. When it came time to install the new GE Profile from Lowes, summer of 2015, I had to show the technician the directions in the manual about the door springs. He had no knowledge of these and had not planned on adjusting the door. I also made sure he put the mounting screws where the manual recommended. While quieter and sleeker looking, the new dishwashers are not as good as the older models. If only we could get our old Whirlpool back! It was less expensive, cheaper to operate, and worked a lot better than our expensive sub-standard GE Profile.
Date published: 2016-04-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from If it could only DRY!! We got this as part of our new home package and really might be the worst dishwasher ever!
Date published: 2016-09-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not even close to as good as it should be I bought this dishwasher in May 2016 and have been unhappy with it ever since it was installed. Should have returned it. It doesn't load well, doesn't clean well, and takes forever to do it. We could probably load 25% more dishes in our old Whirlpool (which had it's own long list off failures). The silverware basket is in 3 sections, which is nice. However, when you connect them, they easily disconnect from each other, thus dumping 2/3 of your formerly clean silverware all over your kitchen floor. The top trim part that surrounds the buttons broke off after 3 months. Just now registering the DW now so I can finally submit it for repair.
Date published: 2017-01-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent dishwasher!!! Great product in its price range. I am extremely satisfied with how this cleans, and even more impressed with how quiet it is Easy to use! I am a very tough critic and never give items 100% or 5 stars unless they completely blow me away. If I could I would give this item 4.8 stars. The only reason not a full 5 is that is was unable to clean off several day old dried on oatmeal, but that stuff is like concrete, so I don't think any dishwasher would've cleaned that bowl. Also, I can't give a 5 to something I've only had for about a month. I would need to judge the durability over time first. However, I would definitely recommend this model to prospective buyers (and in fact I already mentioned it to a few co-workers).
Date published: 2016-10-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Doesn't actually wash dishes We bought this dishwasher in April along with a suite of new GE kitchen appliances. We are happy with everything but the dishwasher. Since the first time we used it the machine has not cleaned our dishes. We have tried every cycle, made changes to the way we load dishes and soap, and nothing has improved. We have had it looked at several times but nothing has been able to fix it. Sometimes the dishes are actually dirtier coming out of the washer than they were going in?!? The 25-year-old dishwasher we replaced with this one cleaned dishes much better.
Date published: 2016-10-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not well made This dishwasher came with our new house. It's small but does the job. Their are a handful of weak parts that keep falling off for example the top spray arm and the middle spray arm come off often and I have to reattach. I'm not sure how they're staying on because they don't snap on; they barely stay on. The Top Panel has a plastic panel cover that keeps coming off too. In fact, we just ordered a new one because after using it for 2 years it has popped off so often the little snaps that hold it on have broken off. The black stripping comes off all the time too. we're always having to reattach the stripping. I gave this 3 stars because we have small issues with quality of parts breaking but the machine itself seems to wash dishes just fine.
Date published: 2016-12-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Thought it was better! We installed this product in our new house and it was not working properly at first. A technician came to our house and fixed it. Now that it is working, we paid an extra premium for this dishwasher, but it does not perform as well as we expected. Plates don't fit well, the spinning water dispensers hit the plates, pots, pans and silverware when spinning given that the baskets that hold the dishware don't have smaller wires that don't let things go through. The complete process of cleaning, even in a normal cycle takes very long.
Date published: 2016-09-30
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