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GE Appliances GSM2260VSS Spacemaker® 24" Under-the-Sink Dishwasher - Stainless Steel

Item# 02212713000P | Model# GSM2260VSS | Added on October 21, 2011 |
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GE Appliances GSM2260VSS Spacemaker® 24" Under-the-Sink Dishwasher - Stainless Steel
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Scrubbed, Filtered & Sparkling Clean The GE 24" under-the-sink dishwasher uses up-to-date technology to ensure dishes come out their cleanest. Featuring a four-level PowerScrub™ wash system and two-stage filtration with ExtraFine™ filter, this built-in dishwasher gets even the grimiest pots and pans sparkling clean. Behind the cleaning power is an ENERGY STAR® qualified and CEE Tier I rated machine for greater energy efficiency.

Precision Clean

  • 5 cycles offer Light Wash, Normal Wash, Plate Warmer, Pots & Pans and Rinse Only options
  • 4-level PowerScrub™ wash system to thoroughly wash and clean dishes
  • 2-stage filtration with ExtraFine™ filter keeps the water clean
  • Piranha™ hard food disposer grinds food into small particles that are washed away

So Convenient

  • HotStart™ option provides optimal water temperature for dependable performance
  • Spacemaker® upper rack allows under-sink installation to maximize cabinet space
  • Deluxe silverware basket provides space and capacity to effectively clean cutlery

Quiet, Efficient Operation

  • Front features 4 touchpads and turn-to-start easy controls
  • 64 dBA QuietPower™ Motor runs quietly to keep the whole house peaceful
  • ENERGY STAR® qualified and CEE Tier I rated for energy-saving operation
This product is:
Energy Guide Rated
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By Ms.Practicality
September 7th, 2017
A good workhorse but hope it is improved in future

I have had this model dishwasher in white since moving into my condo seven years ago. At that time the dishwasher was about six years old. The inner rack that holds the dishes had rust marks already -- we have hard water. As noted by other reviewers, unless one wants to reconfigure plumbing, which costs at least $2000, this dishwasher is the only choice for under the sink. Water damage in my kitchen seven years ago necessitated a re-install, and I found the installation very problematic -- many otherwise competent professionals refused to handle the installation, which must be precise or there will be water on the floor. When I finally found a technician to do it, it worked fine but the racks rusted out and pieces began breaking off. Since the machine is noisy and a replacement rack expensive, I have decided to replace the dishwasher and get a master protection agreement that should cover the rack issue (I had one for my refrigerator and I think they are worth it). I am giving it four stars because of the noise and the melting racks, but perhaps the new machine will be better -- I will post again. I actually think that for a small household the smaller size is better for a cook, because it is more energy-efficient to use a dishwasher and the whole thing will be full at least every other day if you include pots (it does a good job with those). For dinner parties there is still plenty of room if you wash the pots by hand. I don't think the very low marks are deserved.

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Ms.Practicality

A good workhorse but hope it is improved in future

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I have had this model dishwasher in white since moving into my condo seven years ago. At that time the dishwasher was about six years old. The inner rack that holds the dishes had rust marks already -- we have hard water. As noted by other reviewers, unless one wants to reconfigure plumbing, which costs at least $2000, this dishwasher is the only choice for under the sink. Water damage in my kitchen seven years ago necessitated a re-install, and I found the installation very problematic -- many otherwise competent professionals refused to handle the installation, which must be precise or there will be water on the floor. When I finally found a technician to do it, it worked fine but the racks rusted out and pieces began breaking off. Since the machine is noisy and a replacement rack expensive, I have decided to replace the dishwasher and get a master protection agreement that should cover the rack issue (I had one for my refrigerator and I think they are worth it). I am giving it four stars because of the noise and the melting racks, but perhaps the new machine will be better -- I will post again. I actually think that for a small household the smaller size is better for a cook, because it is more energy-efficient to use a dishwasher and the whole thing will be full at least every other day if you include pots (it does a good job with those). For dinner parties there is still plenty of room if you wash the pots by hand. I don't think the very low marks are deserved.

September 7th via sears.com
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