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JetClean Plus Front Control Dishwasher in White with Stainless Steel Tub and Steam Cleaning-DISCONTINUED

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Name Front Control Dishwasher in White with Stainless Steel Tub JetClean Plus Front Control Dishwasher in White with Stainless Steel Tub and Steam Cleaning-DISCONTINUED Top Control Dishwasher in White with Stainless Steel Tub 24 in. Front Control Dishwasher in White with Stainless Steel Tub
Brand Whirlpool Maytag Maytag KitchenAid
Ratings (81) (339) (17) (630)
Color/Finish Family White White White White
Door Style Front Control Front Control Top Control Front Control
Tub Material Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Stainless Steel
Dishwasher Features Automatic Temperature Control,Cycle Status Lights,Delay Start Option,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,High Temperature Wash Option,Self-Cleaning Filter,Sensor Wash,Sound Reduction System Automatic Temperature Control,Cycle Status Lights,Delay Start Option,Hard Food Disposer,Heated Dry,Hidden Controls,High Temperature Wash Option,Self-Cleaning Filter 3rd Rack,Delay Start Option,Heated Dry,High Temperature Wash Option,Sound Reduction System
Dishwasher Size 24 In. 24 In. 24 In. 24 In.
Height - Maximum (in) 34.5 34.5 34.5 34.5
Hard Food Disposer or Filtration Filtration Hard Food Disposer & Filtration Hard Food Disposer Filtration
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When it comes to dependability, this ENERGY STAR qualified dishwasher doesn't mess around. It features a 10-year limited parts warranty and the industry's most powerful motor that's tested to 2X Life. And because of the 50 (dBA) QuietSeries sound package, it's our quietest model ever. The 100% stainless steel tub cools faster and draws moisture to help prevent spots on glassware and water drops on plastic containers. There's no need to rinse off dried-on food thanks to the ToughScrub option and a powerful 4-blade stainless steel chopper. For even more cleaning power, the JetClean Plus Steam cycle cleans everything from your messiest pans to your finest stemware with high pressure spray jets and steam. From Ohio to you, Maytag dishwashers are designed, engineered and assembled in the U.S.A. Buy with confidence knowing this model is dependably manufactured right at home.

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  • Touch pad controls offer seamless cycle selection with just a light press of the button
  • QuietSeries sound package and only 50 (dBA); Our quietest dishwasher ever reduces noise for quieter operation and less household disruption
  • Oversize Capacity Plus tall tub allows you to wash more in each load and clean items like cookie sheets, pitchers and mixing bowls
  • JetClean Plus wash system provides outstanding cleaning performance that powers away soil to make sure your dishes get their cleanest
  • JetClean Plus Steam cycle; High pressure spray jets and increased temperatures power off tough, stuck-on food and finishing steam helps reduce spots on glassware
  • ENERGY STAR qualified to save energy, water and help reduce your utility bills
  • Stainless steel tub not only looks great and resists corrosion, it also delivers premium drying performance by providing higher heat retention
  • Rinse-aid dispenser automatically adds a measured amount of rinse-aid to help reduce the potential for spots on your dishes
  • Tiered upper rack makes room for tall items
  • Premium dark Duraguard heavy-duty nylon racks help protect dishes from scratches and damage while also resisting rust
  • Industry's most powerful motor. Each cycle blasts away tough soils for clean dishes the first time, every time
  • Steam Sanitize option sanitizes dishes with a high-temperature rinse that reduces 99.999% of food soil bacteria, then adds the finishing touch of steam
  • New dishwasher connection kit is required for installation and will be offered during appliance checkout
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are the controls back lit on the front of the dishwasher??

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Not back lit, but nice yellow LED lights adjacent to the desired cycles
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May 30, 2014
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yes
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They have little round lites that stay on/shut off as it runs. Clean will stay on till the door is opened.
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front top
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on front top so you can see what cycle it on and when its done.
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No.
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January 7, 2014
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Each function is lit with a yellow LED.
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July 23, 2013
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Yes. which ones light up depends on the cycle you chose. Very small lights
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July 16, 2013
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The controls on this Maytag Dishwasher are not back lit in the sense that there is a constant glow of the control panel. However, once you select a cycle, then that cycle selection will light up. Also, any options that you would select would be lit as well. Thank you for viewing this Maytag home appliance and the opportunity to answer your question.
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How long is the wash cycle?

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December 10, 2014
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For a full load of average soiled dishes about 90 minutes.
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on auto clean, it was about 3 hours, but that depends on how dirty the dishes are. It has a soil sensor so on auto clean it will vary. Runs longer, but uses less energy/water than old machines.
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It is a little longer than the old traditional dishwashers, but no too bad
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I believe it 30 min. It has a longer wash cycle and it reuse the water until the last wash. It saves on the water
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I understand that due to government regulations regarding energy useage, these machines (all of them) have increased the wash time in order to comply. There seems to be a lot of starting and stopping, I guess to do a very though pre-wash. At any rate I was told that the new wash cycle would be about double the old machines time.
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Cycle length varies from a 35 minute "quick wash" to a 135 minute "jet cycle"for heavy duty cleaning. There is a rinse cycle that takes 20 minutes. Average is about an hour and a half for most but there are a lot of cycle options.
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Full autoclean or steam cycle is almost an hour long
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The wash cycles vary by the cycle you select and the soil level of the dishes that are place in the dishwasher as well as by the amount of dishes placed in the racks. The cycle time will also vary based on the selections that you add to the cycle.
For example, if you were to select the Normal cycle with medium soiled dishes it would take approximately 90 minutes to wash. It can take longer or Read More
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The wash cycles vary by the cycle you select and the soil level of the dishes that are place in the dishwasher as well as by the amount of dishes placed in the racks. The cycle time will also vary based on the selections that you add to the cycle.
For example, if you were to select the Normal cycle with medium soiled dishes it would take approximately 90 minutes to wash. It can take longer or shorter depending on the other factors.
On the product page, in the More Info section, the Use and Care Guide is available to view. There is a table you can look at that will provide cycle time minimum and maximum for each cycle for this dishwasher. It will also go into more detail on the explanation of the the wash cycles.
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Does this dishwasher (model # MDB7749SBW) have a child lock on the control panel?

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There is something called control lock, but I don't know if this will lock the door, or just the controls.
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no
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It has a control lock.
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Not that I see.
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The second button from the right says "Control lock".
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Yes.
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This Maytag Front Control Dishwasher does offer a control lock feature. You would press and hold the control lock until all of the controls lock. Then, the appliance wouldn't be operable until the control lock button is pressed again and the control panel is unlocked. Thank you for viewing this Maytag dishwasher.
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what was the price for this dishwasher

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I would like to shop for something in the same price range
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$549.00
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On sale for $500, exact model more elsewhere. May be near end of product run, but it's a dishwasher not a tv or camera
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June 9, 2014
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$420 + installation and parts...$520
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We paid $495 for the dishwasher and worth every penny. I love it.
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Had a GE but it would not clean and the rack started getting rust on them. When we remodel the kitchen I did not do dishes for a whole week I got the new Maytag. It wash the dishes like a dream. I did not wash the dishes off.
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Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 122 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Lasted 2 years less than 3 years old and it needed a new control panel !! My old GE lasted 18 years and I didn't have to clean the dishes first and never called a repair man once. I called in to Maytag and they offered me a new dishwasher at a discounted rate. The new panel cost almost as much as the new dish washer.I see this model is discontinued and I know why. Not a happy camper. May 27, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Find a different unit (AND a different brand as well)! Here's yet another testimony to add to the hundreds of others on this site and other sites that Maytag MDB7749 is a defective model. I purchased this dishwasher in June 2014 from Home Depot. Just after the one-year warranty expired in August 2015, the control panel began to act up. I'd press the "Normal" cycle button and three others would light up. Then in November it stopped working completely. I called Maytag and the first rep (rather rudely) told me that I would have to pay $99 for a diagnostic service call, and if the diagnosis was the control panel, there was a possibility that it would be replaced at no charge. After getting off the phone, the more I thought about this, the more ridiculous it seemed to pay someone $99 to tell me what I already know. I called back and calmly explained that I'd seen countless reviews online that described the exact same problem and that it wasn't reasonable to pay someone to diagnose a known problem. Long story short, I persisted and was able to speak to a manager, and they finally agreed to send a local repairman and pay for the diagnostic. The repairman came this past week. After removing the control panel (very easily I might add for those who might want to replace it themselves- only a few screws and a quick wire harness disconnect) we looked at the ribbon on the control panel and the same rust that so many other reviewers have noted was present. Before he installed the new panel I asked to take a look at it. Good news is that the ribbon on the new panel appears to have been upgraded with a glossier finish than the old one. I'm hoping that means it will be more moisture-resistant. In his notes the repairman had been instructed by Maytag not to charge me for the diagnosis or the part but to charge me for the labor. Although I felt it was wrong to pay anything for this repair I was tired of haggling over it, and agreed to pay the $130 labor charge. To sum up, don't buy this unit. In fact, it would be wise to consider brands other than Maytag/Whirlpool as reviews on their other recent models highlight similar defects as well. (One other note: I went to Home Depot where I purchased the unit to see if they would be willing to do anything about this. I spoke to the manager and he said he couldn't do anything except give a small discount on a new dishwasher if I wanted to buy a new one.) December 1, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Quiet beyond my expectations Maytag was not my 1st choice but this dishwasher wouldn't take no for an answer. They say: "Maytag repair people don't have enough work!" I CAN SEE WHY "Many A Year Together As Great" January 20, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by I am in dishwasher purgatory This was just installed, I loaded it up for the first time, and I already hate it. I bought it because of the ten-year warranty on the motor and racks (which were the first to fail on my old Maytag). I can't imagine having this thing for 10 years, as I CANNOT FIT ANYTHING INTO IT, particularly any bowl larger than a small salad bowl. Why are there very few bowl accommodating (bent/curved) tines in the racks? I don't think there is enough clearance on the top rack for a wine glass. The racks are definately smaller than my last Maytag, and FAR less versitile. When I put my slow-cooker insert in (there really is almost no open space to accomodate something with thick, curved walls), the tine bent. It is just sitting in there, kind-of "balancing" on top on the tines. How am I supposed to use this thing for the next ten years? Do the people who design these things actually use them?? I cook everyday for a family of four. I will be lucky to fit the dishes from one dinner into this machine. I cannot imagine fitting pots and pans in there. What a regretable purchase. I labored for so long about this purchase, read so many reviews my head was spinning. Now, I cannot return it, and I can't afford to replace it. This is the LAST time I buy something this expensive online. But, they did not have what I wanted in the store. Ughhhhhh!!!!!!! I cannot believe I am stuck with this thing. Unless you only use flat plates and very small, shallow bowls, don't buy this. June 5, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I like this dishwasher This dish washer is great compared to my old one. It’s very quiet, and cleans the dishes well. I recommend using the cascade platinum packs (they give you two with the machine) I used one the first time, and put a Teflon pan with egg in the machine, and it came out spot free and clean. I tried the same thing again with a finish power ball and, the pan had a nasty film on it. Also, use the rinse aid. I ran the auto clean cycle, and that seems to work. The machine ran for about 3.5 hours the first time, including the heated dry cycle. The next time I ran it, the cycle was more like 3 hours. According to the manual this is normal for this machine, and it still uses less energy/water than an older machine. The only thing I can complain about is that when I ordered it, I looked at the PDF file of the manual/installation instructions on Home Depots web site, and it did not mention that it included a water line, and also said I’d need a 90 deg. 3/8 to ¾ elbow. I went out and bought that stuff, and when I got the dishwasher, it had all that! Oh, and I've only had it a few weeks, so I can't say how it will hold up over time. May 15, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Control panel failure Control panel went out in just over 2 years. Very disappointed in appliance. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] July 21, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Poor handle design broke (1) month out of warranty Purchased this to replace a GE we had for 16 years. We did research and read reviews and decided on this Maytag. After one year an a month, the top plastic panel with the handle and electronics started to come un-snapped. I removed it and found a small plastic pin had sheared. This was all that was holding the handle on during open and close. A very poor design at best. The only thing Maytag offered was to schedule a service visit at $100+ or a guaranteed repair at $200+. I ended up repairing myself and found that another internal plastic part had also failed. The parts alone would have been almost $300. I repaired it myself with a better solution. I will not buy any more Matag appliances due to poor engineering on what should be a simple and durable part of the machine, the handle. My only reason for a 2 star instead of a 1 is that it does work. August 9, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by bad design, should be recalled I bought Maytag because of the quality I thought I would be getting. Instead, after a year, the control panel on my dishwasher broke. The repair man said that the heat and moisture from the machine rusted out the wiring. The whole panel had to be replaced for a couple hundred dollars. The repain man said he has replaced many of the same parts and didn't understand why Maytag has not recalled the bad part due to faulty design. Same with my refrig. After a year, the ice maker quit and the whole thing had to be replaced. I don't think they should advertise amazing quality when it does NOT exsist. I will never buy another appliance from Maytag and tell all my friends the same. October 4, 2015
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