Smooth and Quiet OperationThis Kenmore dishwasher runs at a hushed 50 dBA, quiet enough to have a conversation or run during movie night. Toss in dishes morning, noon and night without disturbing the family.
Sleek and Simple Stainless SteelThe stainless steel tub is easy to clean, reduces wash cycle noise and can tolerate higher hot water temperatures, meaning cleaner dishes with less hassle and a sleeker interior look.
Gets Dishes Clean, Clean, CleanUse the Sanitize Cycle to knock-out 99.9% of food bacteria from your dishes for a serious clean. The PowerWave Spray Arm tackles dishes from 2 sides, giving dishes 80% more cleaning coverage so you won’t have to toss plates and baking pans back in the wash for a second go-round.
Put Away Dry DishesThis dishwasher has a...
I bought and installed this to replace a 1987 Whirlpool made Kenmore that finally had the tub rot through whereby it was not practical to fix. I had repaired that machine a few times over the 32 years my parents had it (my dad installed it originally with my uncle), but it was time for a new one. The repairs on the 1987 machine were minor: a couple of sets of door springs, a water inlet valve, and a heater element. That was it in 32 years and I did the repairs myself. Oddly enough, both the 1987 version and this one were both made in Whirlpool's Findlay, OH facility which is the top dishwasher plant in the country, if not the world. This one installed very easily and I like the features it has. I got it for 1/2 price with all the sales and online coupons. Overall, I'm very satisfied with it. I don't expect 32 years of service like the old one, but hopefully it will last a long time.
This dishwasher was only 4 years old and it caught fire inside! We heard a couple of popping sounds and then horrible black smoke came out of it and a terrible smell of burning and electrical fire; we are still trying to get that smell out of the house two days later. It was not the heating element; that was not turned on. It was not the plug; that was fine. There was standing water in it when we turned it off. Lucky we were all home when it happened. Called the company and waiting to see if they will replace it. Kenmore used to be such a reliable product, this was a real surprise.