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my dinner plates are 10.5 inches and they just barely fit. I have to kind of wiggle them at an angle to load it. Anything taller than 10 inches will probably start being problematic
No countertop dishwasher has a heating element to dry dishes. The heating element is used for heating the water and not drying the dishes.
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The food particles are collected by a filter then pulverized by a special jet on the spray arm and washed down the drain.
Any sort of repair the unit will have to come to our facility. We do not work with any outside techs or offer any service contacts.
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The spray head has to be removed and an adapter that comes with the dishwasher installed to replace it.,
A heating element is used to heat up the water. Dishes dry from the heat already inside the dishwasher.
You should be fine as long as the unit is not on the floor. This dishwasher has 2 motors. One for washing and other for draining the water out.
If this works like my other countertop (sorry I cannot comment on the specific model) - absolutely yes and you don't have to modify anything. The sink adapter unscrews from the back. Mine inlet was the "garden hose" size - not standard but my local hardware store had a dishwasher inlet with that size connector. Then you use a "universal" outlet and the supplied hose clamps (sold at HD) to drain. For under the sink: turn off your water, get some buckets and towels. There's two in lines that go to the kitchen sink - one hot one cold. add a "T" connector to the hot, then hook up the sink and the appliance inlet. For the drain, replace the sink "tailpiece" with one that has an inlet (looks like a "Y"). Cut it with a hacksaw to the exact length of the one you have. Everything usually just unscews by hand with a towel or a piece of rubber for grip. Borrow a pipe wrench if desperate. Hook the other end of the dishwasher outlet to that "y" piece with a hoseclamp. Make sure everything is line up and seated correctly and tightened so no leaks - that will usually take some tweaking/adjustment/running the sink. If you don't have a way to thread these hoses through the cabinet and don't care, use a one-inch wood spade or forstner on a drill to make the holes - drill them near the top so the hoses don't have to dip down too much or have too many kinks. Voila the end that whole setup is like $30-35 bucks for everything and about $10 more if you need to buy the drill bit and the hacksaw. S.h.o.p. local, kids.