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Whirlpool Dishwasher Total Coverage Spray Arm with Third Level Rack in Fingerprint Resistant Stainless Steel $550 -Costco Members Only

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Got this one, only thing that would make it perfect is an auto door open feature once the cycle is done, so that everything is totally dried out and less chance of mold development.
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Seems like a decent deal. $100 lower than HD and BB
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Does it come with free install? It says free basic hookup..
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Does it come with free install? It says free basic hookup..
I bought this very dishwasher about 3 months ago from Costco when it was on sale for $600. The installation is included but they don't uninstall your existing dishwasher. I had to remove mine.
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Does it come with free install? It says free basic hookup..
ymmv depending on the state you live in. There is a link to the list of zip codes where they deliver/install. Generally speaking, the install is free as long as you have a plug for the dishwasher. If not, they will tell you that you need an electrician to hook it up.
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Any reviews on how this has been performing?
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Ahh too bad, charging me $125 for delivery, kills the deal.
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Do it clean better than a basic whirlpool model? I have a basic one and look for upgrading.
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Bosch only please. Had 2 Whirpool DW's and even the Gold didn't come close to Bosch.
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Bought. Thanks. Great price for stainless tub
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Just replaced my Whirlpool Gold Series (pretty new too) with a Bosch because it stopped working properly. I think the timer needed to be replaced but rather put the cost to repair to replacing as it really wasn't that great to begin with imo. The basket for the silverware is great in the sense that it doesn't take up much space. From a cleaning perspective though, I couldn't use even half of the slots or they may not come out clean. The detergent and rinse aid tank/module/whatever it's called also blocks taller utensils from being used. This meant I never had enough slots for all my silverware if we had a lot of guests. The silverware basket will also reside on the door, not as shown on the 4th picture. If you put it on the end of the bottom rack, you're just asking for it to fall over and spill your silverware onto your floor. Also, the tines didn't do a good job holding different shape plates of pots in place. Mine didn't have the 3rd rack but it would also constantly throw plastic lids (pyrex) from the top rack into the pit where it would get melted by the heating element. My dishes always came out wet unless I was able to open it after it finished.

This is a newer model than mine was and they could have fixed all the issues I had. Whirlpool is also rated as one of the least serviced dishwashers and they also mke the KitchenAid line I remember correctly. Although, I would take the % serviced numbers with a grain of salt. Whirlpool DW service is around 5% of sold while Bosch and KitchenAid is around 10-12%. However, Whirlpools price point is probably around for comparable models/lineup. The lower % serviced could just be due to consumers replacing rather than repairing.
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Just replaced my Whirlpool Gold Series (pretty new too) with a Bosch because it stopped working properly. I think the timer needed to be replaced but rather put the cost to repair to replacing as it really wasn't that great to begin with imo. The basket for the silverware is great in the sense that it doesn't take up much space. From a cleaning perspective though, I couldn't use even half of the slots or they may not come out clean. The detergent and rinse aid tank/module/whatever it's called also blocks taller utensils from being used. This meant I never had enough slots for all my silverware if we had a lot of guests. The silverware basket will also reside on the door, not as shown on the 4th picture. If you put it on the end of the bottom rack, you're just asking for it to fall over and spill your silverware onto your floor. Also, the tines didn't do a good job holding different shape plates of pots in place. Mine didn't have the 3rd rack but it would also constantly throw plastic lids (pyrex) from the top rack into the pit where it would get melted by the heating element. My dishes always came out wet unless I was able to open it after it finished.

This is a newer model than mine was and they could have fixed all the issues I had. Whirlpool is also rated as one of the least serviced dishwashers and they also mke the KitchenAid line I remember correctly. Although, I would take the % serviced numbers with a grain of salt. Whirlpool DW service is around 5% of sold while Bosch and KitchenAid is around 10-12%. However, Whirlpools price point is probably around for comparable models/lineup. The lower % serviced could just be due to consumers replacing rather than repairing.
I own a 5 year old whirlpool gold series and had exact same experience as yours. Which bosch model did you buy? How do you like it? I am eyeing the bosch 100 series.
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I own a 5 year old whirlpool gold series and had exact same experience as yours. Which bosch model did you buy? How do you like it? I am eyeing the bosch 100 series.

TL;DR
1. Bosch 800 series
2. Seems to clean better
3. Tines are placed/angled much better and have lot of folding options
4. Have 3rd rack that can hold silverware in addition to the silverware basket. I didn't need the basket for daily use so I put it in the cabinet.
5. Super quiet. The draining of the water (not the motor but the sound of the water going down the garbage disposal/drain) is the loudest part.
6. Can't see time remaining. Once it starts, it has an info light (red led on floor) that tells you it's running. The digital display is off when it is shut. On the Whirlpool, the display is still on which allows you to peek under the counter edge to see the time left.


Got the 800 series that is currently on it's way out as I found a great deal on a floor model. Have much better adjustable tines on bottom and top rack. Even the non-adjustable ones just seem to hold the dishes better. The 3rd rack is great for lids, silverware, and even shallow bowls. In fact, I took the silverware basket out for more space on bottom rack as I won't need it very often. It seems to hold a lot more. It is super quiet but no time display unless you open the dishwasher which will stop the cycle. No memory on last used cycle so you'll always have to change it to whatever mode and extra options you want. It defaults on Auto (sensor) mode and I think sanitize. It dries a bit better (which is ironic since heater element is supposed to dry better) but still not perfectly dry. I might try running it on delay to time it for the morning so that I can open it when it's still hot.
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TL;DR
1. Bosch 800 series
2. Seems to clean better
3. Tines are placed/angled much better and have lot of folding options
4. Have 3rd rack that can hold silverware in addition to the silverware basket. I didn't need the basket for daily use so I put it in the cabinet.
5. Super quiet. The draining of the water (not the motor but the sound of the water going down the garbage disposal/drain) is the loudest part.
6. Can't see time remaining. Once it starts, it has an info light (red led on floor) that tells you it's running. The digital display is off when it is shut. On the Whirlpool, the display is still on which allows you to peek under the counter edge to see the time left.


Got the 800 series that is currently on it's way out as I found a great deal on a floor model. Have much better adjustable tines on bottom and top rack. Even the non-adjustable ones just seem to hold the dishes better. The 3rd rack is great for lids, silverware, and even shallow bowls. In fact, I took the silverware basket out for more space on bottom rack as I won't need it very often. It seems to hold a lot more. It is super quiet but no time display unless you open the dishwasher which will stop the cycle. No memory on last used cycle so you'll always have to change it to whatever mode and extra options you want. It defaults on Auto (sensor) mode and I think sanitize. It dries a bit better (which is ironic since heater element is supposed to dry better) but still not perfectly dry. I might try running it on delay to time it for the morning so that I can open it when it's still hot.
Thanks bro. I will definitely get a Bosch this time.
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