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Model DW80F600UTS

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24 in. Top Control Dishwasher in Stainless Steel with Stainless Steel Tub

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  • Stainless steel tub resists staining and improves drying
  • Hard Food Disposer eliminates the need to pre-rinse dishes
  • Virtually silent - Special insulation reduces noise to 48 dBA
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Enjoy quiet, yet powerful dishwashing performance. Save on energy and water bills with ENERGY STAR compliance. And easily fit tall and oversized objects on the top rack with the Adjustable Racking System.

  • First-rated (48 dBA) makes it among the quietest in its class
  • A six-layer door and special insulation system significantly minimizes noise during operation
  • Only 4 gal. of water used per cycle saves on water usage
  • This dishwasher is ENERGY STAR 2013 Tier 1 compliant so that you can save money on your energy and water bills
  • Uses less than 265 kWh of power per year, exceeding Department of Energy standards
  • With the Adjustable Racking System, the flexible and easy to use design frees up more space on the top rack for tall and over sized items
  • With the Adjustable Racking System, This Samsung Dishwashers fits more dishes with space for 15 place settings
  • Our advanced system allows for disposal of solid food particles with no need to clean a filter
  • Heavy foods are easily washed away without any pre-rinsing or scrubbing involved
  • Installs easily and appears customized
  • Seamlessly integrates with cabinetry and complements any kitchen design
  • A Digital Leak Sensor can sense a leak of only 1-1/2 oz. and shuts itself off before water can escape and cause floor damage
  • Stainless-steel tub retains its attractive shine cycle after cycle, year after year
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Name 24 in. Front Control Dishwasher in Stainless Steel with Stainless Steel Tub 24 in. Top Control Dishwasher in Stainless Steel with Stainless Steel Tub Top Control Dishwasher in Stainless Steel with Stainless Steel Tub and WaterWall Wash System Top Control Dishwasher in Stainless Steel with Stainless Steel Tub and WaterWall Wash System
Brand Samsung Samsung Samsung Samsung
Ratings (464) (731) (246) (67)
Color/Finish Family Stainless Stainless Stainless Stainless
Door Style Front Control Top Control Top Control Top Control
Tub Material Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Stainless Steel
Dishwasher Features Automatic Temperature Control,Cycle Status Lights,Filtered Water,Hard Food Disposer,High Temperature Wash Option,Sensor Wash,Sound Reduction System Cycle Status Lights,Delay Start Option,Filtered Water,Hard Food Disposer,Hidden Controls,Self-Cleaning Filter,Sensor Wash,Sound Reduction System Automatic Temperature Control,Cycle Status Lights,Delay Start Option,Filtered Water,Sensor Wash,Sound Reduction System 3rd Rack,Cycle Status Lights,Delay Start Option,Filtered Water,Hard Food Filter,Hidden Controls,Sound Reduction System
Dishwasher Size 24 In. 24 In. 24 In. 24 In.
Height - Maximum (in) 35.9 35.875 33.875 35.9
Hard Food Disposer or Filtration Hard Food Disposer & Filtration Hard Food Disposer & Filtration Filtration Filtration
Depth - Door Shut (without Handle) (in.) 24.5 25.25 24.67 24.7
Steam Function No No No No
Delay Start Option No Yes Yes Yes
Custom Door Panel Ready No No No No
Height - Minimum (in) 33.9 33.875 35.875 33.9
Depth - Door Shut (with Handle) (in.) 24.5 27 24.67 24.7
Sound Rating Range (Decibels) Quietest 0-50 dBA Quietest 0-50 dBA Quietest 0-50 dBA Quietest 0-50 dBA
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how long does a complete washing cycle take

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Athens, GA
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April 16, 2015
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Frankly, ours is so quiet I can't tell you for sure.
If you are drying in the dishwasher, it takes about three hours.
It's about one hour or so before drying starts. I know this because our heating element is broken and the lights start flashing at about 45 minutes.
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March 20, 2015
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it iseems slow about, two hours
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Boston, MA
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March 7, 2015
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1hour 20 depending on the cycle you choose (longer for "Sanitize" )
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February 8, 2015
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soooo long
forgett about having guests ,load the dishawer and have disher ready for second turn of the meal-i cant handle that,so just to make it stress free in starting the dishwaser at night-not stressing about how long is taking
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December 7, 2014
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normal time for an energy efficient machine. A little longer than older models but to be expected w efficiency
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November 25, 2014
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Again, my comment was for a Whirlpool, but it does seem to take a long time. I cannot tell you exactly how long.
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euclid oh
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November 10, 2014
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about 1.5 hours but we have to reset at least 2 to get it to finish
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November 9, 2014
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45-60+ min depending on my choice of cycle.
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Buena Park, CA
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September 21, 2014
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90-120 minutes
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September 12, 2014
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Forever, because it will break down after 2 weeks of use.
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Ridgefield Park, NJ
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August 30, 2014
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The wash cycles in the DW80F600UTS Dishwasher can take anywhere from 106 to 152 minutes depending on which cycle and options are selected. Incoming water pressure and temperature can also affect the cycle length.
Thanks for your interest,
Ms. Samsung
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Does this dishwasher have a dry cycle? Some reviews state that is doesn't have a heating element to dry dishes. Is this true?

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September 16, 2014
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yes and it takes a very long time. My dry cycle no longer works after 3 months though.
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July 2, 2014
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From what i have read it does not. Jet dry or leaving the door open after works great.
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St. Petersburg, FL
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June 18, 2014
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It DOES NOT HAVE a heating element! The dishes are dripping wet after the end of the cycle. Samsung's only solution is coating your dishes with a chemical rinse agent.
It does NOT work -- Don't buy!
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Denver, Colorado
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May 20, 2014
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Yes, it does dry and pretty effectively. However, I'm having a lot of problems with the machine working reliably. ie it's been down three times in 8 weeks for the same problem. And, I'm not impressed with their customer service.
Buyer beware.
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Cape Coral, FL
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May 10, 2014
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that is correct. the company will tell you jet dry is what dries the dishes
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April 4, 2014
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I'm probably answering your question too late. The first time I used it, I didn't use Jet-Dri and the dishes came out all wet. This dishwasher doesn't have a heating coil that dries the dishes with hot electric heat, but however it works, it does dry them! Users saying it doesn't dry either don't have their water heater set high enough (ours is about medium heat), or they're not using Jet-Dri (or an Read More
I'm probably answering your question too late. The first time I used it, I didn't use Jet-Dri and the dishes came out all wet. This dishwasher doesn't have a heating coil that dries the dishes with hot electric heat, but however it works, it does dry them! Users saying it doesn't dry either don't have their water heater set high enough (ours is about medium heat), or they're not using Jet-Dri (or an equivalent). The dishes come out cleaner and drier than they did with our old dishwasher that had a heating element. Read Less
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March 11, 2014
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It does have a drying cycle but the detergent and the heat of the water both can influence the drying of the dishes
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Gilbert, AZ
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January 31, 2014
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It is most certainly true! No dry cycle, no heating element! Dishes come out wet!
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Savoy, il
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January 5, 2014
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Yes. It has fans to dry the dishes so it is not relying on the heating element to cook the dishes dry.
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Texas
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December 9, 2013
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They say it has a hidden element in the bottom. But it not drying your dishes is the least of your problems. After the little clips start braking off the racks, they will get sucked up in the motor and then youre outta luck. If you can return it, DO SO NOW! I'm returning mine today because it does not dry dishes. What a joke.
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Ridgefield Park, NJ
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December 1, 2013
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Samsung's DW80F600UTS uses a fan-driven condensation drying method, rather than relying on the heating element to dry the dishes. The heating element is used to heat the water as necessary; condensation drying then uses the residual heat on the dishes to evaporate the water, which condenses and drains from the tub. The fan helps to draw moisture from the dishes, as well, which aids the drying process Read More
Samsung's DW80F600UTS uses a fan-driven condensation drying method, rather than relying on the heating element to dry the dishes. The heating element is used to heat the water as necessary; condensation drying then uses the residual heat on the dishes to evaporate the water, which condenses and drains from the tub. The fan helps to draw moisture from the dishes, as well, which aids the drying process while helping to save energy.
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Can this dishwasher use a direct power connection or does it have a plug?

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PLug I think you could probably opt to have hardwired but im not sure lets google it...4:55.. no clue
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It uses a direct connection, if you require one you better get an electrician there first. Home Depot will fail to tell you this. Their installers aren't licensed. Also mine left without taking the old dishwasher away which I paid for and then it cost me $35 on top of that to dispose of it. I called the driver but he didn't speak any english at all.
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It is a "hard wired" direct connection. You could attach a plug wire if desired, but I would rather go hard wire.
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It comes with a plug. We have an outlet under our sink, so it was easy to install.
However, I'm having a lot of problems with the machine working reliably. ie it's been down three times in 8 weeks for the same problem. And, I'm not impressed with their customer service.
Buyer beware.
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Amory, MS 38821, USA
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Either but plug is easier on the hand during repairs or replacement, or even maintenance.
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February 23, 2014
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We hardwired ours. No plug necessary
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Oldtwn, ID
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January 18, 2014
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Yes, you can hard wire the dishwasher to power....or purchase the plug adapter and plug it in.
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Savoy, il
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January 5, 2014
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It can be set up either way. The install kit has a plug but you can also direct wire.
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Texas
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December 9, 2013
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You can wire a plug onto it, but it is designed to be hard wired inside the little metal box on the bottom. Be sure to ground it properly. Not that this really matters, it wont dry your dishes when you get it running anyway. RETURN IT IF YOU CAN NOW! Mine leaves the dishes wet and smelly.
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November 19, 2013
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It comes with a pig tail in a junction box in the front of the unit. So you can hard wire it or put a cord on it.
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The DW80F600UTS does not come with a power cord factory-installed. The connection can be made using:
- a flexible, armored or non-metallic sheathed, copper wire with a grounding wire that meets the wiring requirements for your local codes and ordinances and a suitable strain relief or clamp connector; or
- a power supply cord that plugs into a mating three prong, grounded outlet, located in the cabinet
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The DW80F600UTS does not come with a power cord factory-installed. The connection can be made using:
- a flexible, armored or non-metallic sheathed, copper wire with a grounding wire that meets the wiring requirements for your local codes and ordinances and a suitable strain relief or clamp connector; or
- a power supply cord that plugs into a mating three prong, grounded outlet, located in the cabinet next to the dishwasher opening.
The dishwasher must be connected to a dedicated electrical supply rated for 15 amps, 120 volts, and 60Hz AC. I would suggest referring to the installation instructions that accompany the dishwasher for additional requirements. Installation information is also available on Samsung's website.
Thanks for your interest in Samsung dishwashers!
Ms. Samsung
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Can you program the dishwasher and shut it to start?

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I am confused by the review saying they had to tear out tile to use the controls, or mount the unit so controls are visible. I was told at home depot that you program the unit and shut to start. Is that true?
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No
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Perhaps they are talking about a different product. The controls are on the top of the door. Can delay start. It's in the manual about how exactly to do it.
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This has top controls. With the door open, you set the cycle and then press START. It rings (too quietly) and you have three seconds to close the door.
I imagine someone who was used to a front-control machine didn't read the manual and tried closing the door before setting the cycle and pressing Start. Or...their bell was too quiet and they are hard of hearing.
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This has top controls. With the door open, you set the cycle and then press START. It rings (too quietly) and you have three seconds to close the door.
I imagine someone who was used to a front-control machine didn't read the manual and tried closing the door before setting the cycle and pressing Start. Or...their bell was too quiet and they are hard of hearing.
This has not been a good machine for us in many ways and inaudible signals is one of them. Read Less
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the controls are on the top of the door. It is easy to open, choose your cycle on the control buttons, hit START, and it will start the cycle when you close. If someone had to tear out tile they likely didn't measure the require depth right.
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no ,istn true,when dishwaser is closed-no way to check the control panel
unless you instal it moving it outside ,then dishwasher bottom wont be at the same row with your cabinets
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yes you can delay it in increments of three hours.
It sits about an inch below the countertop so it's a poor design to operate once it's closed but you can press the controls prior to closing the door
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November 25, 2014
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Yes- my dishwaher you can delay the start.
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November 19, 2014
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Our dish washer sticks out enough that the controls can be seen when closed. They may have a deeper opening for their space?
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Yes, you're correct. Samsung's Top Control Dishwashers, including the DW80F600UTS, can be programmed with the door open. To start the cycle, press the Start/Drain button before closing the door.
Thanks for your question!
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Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 627 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Did not dry dishes, returned My wife and I purchased the "Last One" floor model from a store. We have two young children and go through a lot of bottles and dishes. One had strep throat and we needed something quickly. I installed the dishwasher and it ran well, dishes were cleaned, but everything was soaking wet even after several hours of time past. We ran three loads, all three had to be dried after completed. Pros- easy to use, simple internal design. Cons - limited heating, only heats to 162 degrees and no heating element, price for the value seems low. August 30, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Just say no This is a nice looking DW and quiet but it really doesn't do a very good job of cleaning. This is the first DW where I've had to post rinse. Not only does it not clean well it leaves little food particles distributed through out. If we get to it when the load just finishes the dishes will rinse easily but if it sits a while after washing the little particles get dried on and we have to soak the "clean" dishes before we can rinse them to put them away. May 3, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Dishwashers are supposed to wash dishes Absolutely doesn't wash anything at all. Almost every cup on the top rack doesn't get water on the underside, plates on the bottom come out dirty, silverware come out even dirtier than they went in. It does dry though so that is such a relief! Don't buy! September 5, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by total junk I had this dishwasher for 1.5 years. Broke down and now I need to replace it. As a single person I don't do much dishes. Drying cycle hardly works. Its just junk September 2, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by never again What a complete piece of junk. Doesn't clean, doesn't dry, and leaks all over the floor. Samsung customer service is the worst. They have no solution nor do they care. Buy a different product and a different brand. We have a samsung tv, oven, dishwasher, and microwave. I'll never buy another samsung product again after my experience. August 21, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by terrible purchase... serviced twice in 2 years. Will never buy Samsung appliances again. We got this DW about 2 years ago, and I have regretted it from the beginning. We bought it to match our other Samsung appliances, but I should have done more research. From the odd interior layout, the flimsy wheels and baskets, and having to have it serviced twice now do to an "overfill" error it is JUNK. It is "erroring" due to a poor design, not leaking or standing water. After more research and talking with the ONLY Samsung repair place in our city(becuase most places don't like dealing with them), I will never buy Samsung again. August 3, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Don't Purchase We have had this DW for a little over a year now, just out of warranty. We had MULTIPLE issues trying to have the DW installed in the first place because of the lack of planning by the 3rd party that Home Depot contracts their service out to. The DW was pretty quiet and seemed to be energy efficient, however it never really cleaned all of the dishes sufficiently. We had to make sure that the DW was not too full or many of the dishes would not be cleaned. Just about a year after we have been using this machine an error code started flashing, which doesn’t allow the machine to run its full cycle. Since this DW is now out of warranty we had to call a repairman that cost over $160 to fix and he said the part we needed was over $400. At this point I am just ready to buy a whole new machine. August 10, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Do Not Buy!! I originally had my mind set on another brand, but the salesperson really pushed me to buy this dishwasher. Ugh. This dishwasher is a piece of junk. We had it a little under two months and it started leaking all over the floor. Not to mention that it doesn't clean the dishes. After reading these reviews, I am appalled that HD continues to carry this product. After going round and round with HD, they allowed me to return it. Went with the Whirlpool and couldn't be happier. August 11, 2016
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