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Stainless Steel Interior Dishwasher with Hidden Control in White
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  • Model GDT655SGJWW
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Stainless Steel Interior Dishwasher with Hidden Control in White

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Top Control Dishwasher in White with Stainless Steel Tub and Steam Prewash

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  • Top Hidden Controls maintain a clean appearance of the exterior
  • With only (48 dBA) you'll hardly notice it's running
  • Piranha Hard Food Disposer with Removable Filter

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Name Front Control Dishwasher in White with Hybrid Stainless Steel Interior and Steam Cleaning Top Control Dishwasher in White with Stainless Steel Tub and Steam Prewash Top Control Dishwasher in White with Stainless Steel Tub, ProWash Cycle, 46 dBA Top Control Dishwasher in White with Stainless Steel Tub, ProWash Cycle, 46 dBA
Brand GE GE KitchenAid KitchenAid
Ratings (191) (930) (927) (291)
Color/Finish Family White White White White
Sound Rating Range (Decibels) Quieter 51-55 dBA Quietest 0-50 dBA Quietest 0-50 dBA Quietest 0-50 dBA
Tub Material Plastic Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Stainless Steel
Dishwasher Size 24 In. 24 In. 24 In. 24 In.
Dishwasher Features Automatic Temperature Control,Built-In Hose,Cycle Status Lights,Delay Start Option,Hard Food Disposer,Hard Food Filter,Heated Dry,High Temperature Wash Option,Sensor Wash,Sound Reduction System Automatic Temperature Control,Cycle Status Lights,Delay Start Option,Hard Food Disposer,Hard Food Filter,Heated Dry,Hidden Controls,High Temperature Wash Option,Self-Cleaning Filter,Sensor Wash,Sound Reduction System Cycle Status Lights,Delay Start Option,Heated Dry,High Temperature Wash Option,Sensor Wash,Sound Reduction System 3rd Rack,Delay Start Option,Heated Dry,High Temperature Wash Option,Sensor Wash,Sound Reduction System
Door Style Front Control Top Control Top Control Top Control
Height - Maximum (in) 34.625 34.625 34.5 34.5
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Your GE Top Control Dishwasher in White with Stainless Steel Tub and Steam Prewash features GE's most advanced wash system. GE's two pump system has one efficient pump for washing/rinsing and one powerful low-energy pump to remove soils provide excellent wash performance with reduced sound. GE appliances provide up-to-date technology and exceptional quality to simplify the way you live. With a timeless appearance, this family of appliances is ideal for your family. And, coming from one of the most trusted names in America, you know that this entire selection of appliances is as advanced as it is practical.

  • Hidden, integrated electronic controls maintain the overall clean appearance of the exterior
  • Quiet operation (48 dBA) made possible by advanced sound-absorbing materials and a smooth-running motor also features a status light to let you know it is running
  • Generously sized interior provides the space and loading flexibility necessary to accommodate 16 place settings
  • Piranha Hard Food Disposer with Removable Filter ensures consistently clean items, this stainless steel blade rotates at 3,600 RPM to pulverize food particles and helps to prevent large particles from clogging the wash arms
  • Steam PreWash helps to loosens tough soils before any cycle virtually eliminating the need for soaking or pre-rinsing dishes
  • ENERGY STAR qualified / CEE qualified meets or exceeds federal guidelines for energy efficiency for year-round energy and money savings
  • Enjoy an attractive appearance and long-lasting durability with a full stainless steel interior
  • Deep-Tier Easy Touch Adjustable Upper Rack quickly adjusts 2 in. up or down to accommodate tall glassware and 10-½ in. plates with plenty of room in the bottom rack for large platters and cookie sheets
  • Lower Rack Adjustable Tines and Wash Your Way Customizable Rack let you 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 basket that can divide and separate for convenient placement
  • Expect exceptionally clean and table-ready dishes with 3 powerful full-coverage wash arms that deliver 65% more wash power to the top and bottom racks compared to previous GE models* (*Delivered separately to the upper and lower racks)
  • Sanitize option (NSF Residential) offers a high-temperature rinse that sanitizes and reduces 99.999% of bacteria found on dishes
  • Wash Zones enable you to wash a true half-load in either the upper or lower rack without sacrificing options and cycles available on a full wash
  • New dishwasher connection kit is required for installation and will be offered during appliance checkout
  • Dishwasher installation availability varies by location and can vary based on your home’s plumbing, Click Here for details
  • Cabinet Depth Installation - Achieving an attractive, flush appearance that complements and blends in with cabinetry is possible with a unique design that doesn't reduce rack capacity
  • Clean Design Inner Door - The clean, attractive appearance features no visible hardware, so it’s also easy to maintain
  • Built-up Floor Capable - Installation over built-up floors is simple with the ability to adjust the dishwasher height
  • Quick Connect Power Cord Option - Completing an outlet installation is incredibly quick with an easy-to-connect cord (sold separately)

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Hardware included?

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Chippewa Falls WI
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June 27, 2016
Does the dishwasher include connecting hoses, power cord/plug, and the plastic drain hose?
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July 6, 2016
Answer: 
Hello Richard,
I am happy to help.
Page 2 of the manual below has the parts supplied information:
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/52/523c2d8b-8145-4555-ba7b-72f4988e68ee.pdf
We truly appreciate you considering GE Appliances! Let us know if we can help with anything else.
Lisa from GE Appliances.
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June 29, 2016
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When you purchase it, ask the salesperson what is included, each brand is different and the salesperson is the best one to answer the question. The delivery and installation was neat, clean, & quick.
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June 28, 2016
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Yes, it is included.
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When the door is open how far does it project from the front of the cabinet?

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Lake Forest, CA
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May 2, 2016
I am planning a new kitchen and I want to be able to open the trash can while the dishwasher is open.
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May 9, 2016
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Hello Gina,
The depth of the dishwasher with the door open all the way is 51.50 inches. I hope this helps. Thank you for checking with us.
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May 3, 2016
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The depth with the door open is 51.5 inches.
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Why is there reside on my cups and dishes after wash cycle

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May 29, 2016
I started out using the cascade gel detergent on the normal cycle twith boost temperature, steam and dry. The cups came out with a thick residue on the bottom that I cannot get off. I have to throw away my glasses because they are ruined now. I tried to use the cascade complete pods with the sensor cycle without power dry only steam and the plates came out with residue on the back of them. I posted pictures below of them. I don't know what I am doing wrong or if there is a defect with the dishwasher. Any suggestions to get this to stop happening? We have only had it for a week so it's disappointing.
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June 14, 2016
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It looks like water is pooling on top of the dishes. I place our glasses at an angle so no water can set on the top during the dry cycle, and they come out clean inside as well even at an angle. If I don't, then this will happen with any washer on the planet. Also, rinse aid will for sure help this some and try and use Cascade Platinum detergent, it costs a bit more but believe me it is worth it. Read More
It looks like water is pooling on top of the dishes. I place our glasses at an angle so no water can set on the top during the dry cycle, and they come out clean inside as well even at an angle. If I don't, then this will happen with any washer on the planet. Also, rinse aid will for sure help this some and try and use Cascade Platinum detergent, it costs a bit more but believe me it is worth it.
http://cascadeclean.com/en-us/products/by-line/cascade-platinum
http://cascadeclean.com/en-us/products/by-line/cascade-rinse-aid
If you do this, your glasses and cups will come out sparkling every time. Read Less
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Hi Monique- We can certainly understand your concern and glad to help. The incoming water temperature to the dishwasher should be 120 degrees. Check the lower spray arm for any blockage in spray holes or items that would restrict its turning. Make sure the soap cup has opened at the end of the cycle. Make sure the soap cup is not blocked by anything. Do not load large items in the lower rack where they Read More
Hi Monique- We can certainly understand your concern and glad to help. The incoming water temperature to the dishwasher should be 120 degrees. Check the lower spray arm for any blockage in spray holes or items that would restrict its turning. Make sure the soap cup has opened at the end of the cycle. Make sure the soap cup is not blocked by anything. Do not load large items in the lower rack where they may block the wash jets from rinsing out the detergent dispenser. See the "Loading" section of the Owner's Manual. If you need further assistance, we encourage you to contact GE Consumer Service at 1-800-432-2737 or visit our Support page at GEAppliances.com. We hope this is helpful. Thanks for checking with us! Read Less
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Is the bottom of the tub also stainless?

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I know a lot of dishwashers say that they have a stainless steel tub and when you look inside, the very bottom of the tub is some kind of plastic. Can anyone verify that this one is fully stainless? Thanks!
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Hi Erin,
I am happy to help. The tub and bottom are stainless. Thank you for checking with us.
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Yes.
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It is one piece so... I'm taking an educated guess and say yes, it is stainless. Btw, the front is thus far the best stainless I have seen as it simply does not scratch easy at all.
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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 930 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by So disappointed! We bought this unit a little over a year ago. The dishes do not come clean and it just stopped working. Now it will cost us $100+ to have someone out to come look at a one year old dishwasher. Ridiculous. We would have been better off sticking with the old unit that the house came with. It was 20 years old and probably would have worked for another 20. July 25, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Multiple Problems This dish washer just keeps going downhill. I've owned this for 2.5 years now and I've had several problems. 1. After I purchased it and had it delivered to my house, I discovered that one of the back feet was screwed in slightly cock-eyed. Sliding the dishwasher in and out of place during the install bent the foot repeatedly at a diagonal, making the install extremely difficult. After a year I had to reinstall the dishwasher (on an unrelated matter) and screwed in a small board into the metal frame to circumvent this problem. 2. A mysterious rectangular black item fell out of the dishwasher one day. We found it on the floor. I just recently discovered an identical mysterious item resting on the inside underside bottom edge of the door. 3. After a few months, the door would not latch shut. We would have to lean against the door and after a while the dishwasher would start. Today I replaced the latch. 4. Now it is not heating. Should a dishwasher stop heating after 2.5 years? No. So I replaced the heating element, but still no heat. Back to troubleshooting. 5. In the meantime, we are using the dishwasher as a drying rack. We keep the door open so that the dishes dry quickly. However, now the water from the hand washed dishes is mysteriously dripping onto the floor. It is rusty and coming out of the door handle. 6. While working on the heating problem, I was taking out the dishwasher for the umpteeth time, I found that the door is rusting. The bottom corners are leaking out small amounts of water. As I felt around it with my finger, a small chunk came off. I will not buy GE again. Rust, leaks, low-quality, no thank you. August 2, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Disappointing. Yes, the dishwasher is quieter than my old one, but the high pitched whine it makes while running is very annoying. Because I'm in the kitchen a lot, the whine bothered me enough to want to return the dishwasher-too bad for me! The ridiculously short window Home Depot gives their customers to determine if a major purchase is satisfactory is 48 hours. After the 48 hours, I also discovered some dishes were coming out dirty, and plastic was not coming out dry. The most I could get was a service call. The tech told me the whine is the normal sound of the dishwasher, and that I should press the "boost" button to get the dishes clean, which makes the run time even longer. The "heated dry" option still does not dry the plastic completely. I was expecting much more for the money, but I'm stuck with it. June 14, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Sound deading does not address water noise on the front panel Well, if you want to wait 3 hours to clean dishes, this unit is for you, no reason for this GE, as settings for heat drying and sana push this to the 3 hours. Just not real. However it does wash dishes well. Noise is well above 48 db, measured 3 feet away, about 56 db when it sprays, so not a really quiet unit and higher if you hold the sound meter near the bottom of the unit. Install from HD was in a hurry, so will have to move the unit back near the wall at some time as they did a poor job. May 31, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Everything is fine, but the high pitched whine. I am running the dishwasher for the first time after install and there is an annoying high pitched whine. I did not hear it during the test run. I have it on target wash, upper level right now. I did not notice which cycle it was tested on. June 5, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Terrible installers Home Depot's "installation" crew refused to install the dishwasher even though Home Depot had installed our last one. It was a Friday afternoon... May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by GE Dishwasher I purchased this item based on the decibel rating. It's not so quiet that you don't know it's running. I found that using the Auto selection for the size of the load works the best. April 5, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Dishes Don't Dry On Top Rack; Not Really An Energy Saver We purchased this dishwasher in November 2014 and have endured several weeks of trying to get it to work with GE's help, but to no avail. When dishes are loaded as shown in the manual, cups on the top rack do not get dry--water pools on the tops. We adjusted our water heater to 130 degrees per the manual--a requirement not mentioned in the online specs--but it didn't fix the problem, no matter what the water temperature or heated-dry settings. We have to hand-dry even at the highest dry settings; it's probably not very unsanitary to have standing water in the dishwasher either. That 130 degree requirement says to me that this "Energy Star" appliance doesn't really have increased efficiency, it merely diverts the energy load onto your water heater. Bottom line: Do not buy this machine under any circumstances unless you want a higher gas bill and more dish towel usage. January 5, 2015
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