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Frigidaire 49-Decibel and Hard Food Disposer Built-In Dishwasher (Stainless Steel) $449 + Free Shipping

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Lowe's [lowes.com] has the Frigidaire 49-Decibel and Hard Food Disposer Built-In Dishwasher (Easy Care Stainless Steel) for $449 through June 2. Shipping is free.
  • EasyCare stainless steel exterior that resists fingerprints and cleans easily
  • Stainless steel interior tub
  • Cleans 12 place settings in one cycle
  • Run your dishwasher while you're in the same room - it runs at 49 DBas
  • DishSense Technology automatically adjusts the wash cycle based on how much cleaning your dishes need
  • Self-cleaning filter eliminates food particles, keeping dishes clean
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It's been this price multiple times, it's been discontinued and low on stock and they still can't get rid of their inventory for months. Stay away from Frigidaire for dishwashers unless you really need hard food disposer (only need if you tend to throw in dishes with left over food and no presoaking)
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My issue with buynig from anyone other than costco is having to pay for the niceities, like old removal and hookup switch (even tho those are rather simple to do)
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It's been this price multiple times, it's been discontinued and low on stock and they still can't get rid of their inventory for months. Stay away from Frigidaire for dishwashers unless you really need hard food disposer (only need if you tend to throw in dishes with left over food and no presoaking)
Any suggestions on a "good" brand? Our Kitchenaid is dead after 12 years of mostly good service (pump failed and lately grit has been deposited on glassware). Every brand and model has cheerleaders and a similar number saying to "never buy this brand". It also seems like a lot of big box stores have crappy installers as well!
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Any suggestions on a "good" brand? Our Kitchenaid is dead after 12 years of mostly good service (pump failed and lately grit has been deposited on glassware). Every brand and model has cheerleaders and a similar number saying to "never buy this brand". It also seems like a lot of big box stores have crappy installers as well!
Our Maytag died after 11 years - stopped pumping in enough water and we noticed the warranty repair work of replacing heating element had actually caused a slow leak so it wasn't worth fixing.

Few places told me 10 years is about what you can expect these days.

Ended up getting this for $600 when it was on sale at in store price and we love it. So quiet and cleans very well. We realize it's running when water is draining from sound of water flow and not from the motor.

It was $700 online but Lowe's seems to do in-store deals only on lot of their appliances; few other dishwashers were also $50 to $100 cheaper in store and it said "In store only price" on the tag so I'd recommend to check out store. They had it available for same day pick up.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/KitchenA...1000296719
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All my research pointed to Bosch. My whirlpool died after about 3.5 years. If you live close enough to a Nebraska Furniture Mart, they are running their annual pay no taxes and free installation on most models.
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I absolutely love my Frigidaire appliances. They are now 12 year old with no issues at all. I most love my dishwasher for two reasons. They've made the most effective use of space and I can get anything and everything crammed in there. Drawer parts collapse or can be removed if wanted. Second, everything comes out clean and I don't rinse my dishes first unless they have chunks. When I use other people's dishwashers while visiting I always think wtf, where is this stuff supposed to go?!?
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Our Maytag died after 11 years - stopped pumping in enough water and we noticed the warranty repair work of replacing heating element had actually caused a slow leak so it wasn't worth fixing.

Few places told me 10 years is about what you can expect these days.

Ended up getting this for $600 when it was on sale at in store price and we love it. So quiet and cleans very well. We realize it's running when water is draining from sound of water flow and not from the motor.

It was $700 online but Lowe's seems to do in-store deals only on lot of their appliances; few other dishwashers were also $50 to $100 cheaper in store and it said "In store only price" on the tag so I'd recommend to check out store. They had it available for same day pick up.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/KitchenA...1000296719
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Our Maytag died after 11 years - stopped pumping in enough water and we noticed the warranty repair work of replacing heating element had actually caused a slow leak so it wasn't worth fixing.

Few places told me 10 years is about what you can expect these days.

Ended up getting this for $600 when it was on sale at in store price and we love it. So quiet and cleans very well. We realize it's running when water is draining from sound of water flow and not from the motor.

It was $700 online but Lowe's seems to do in-store deals only on lot of their appliances; few other dishwashers were also $50 to $100 cheaper in store and it said "In store only price" on the tag so I'd recommend to check out store. They had it available for same day pick up.
10 years is not very good if you take a little bit of care of them. I have a Bosch with heavy usage for over 17 years now that still works fine. It cost me a little more than this, but not much.
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10 years is not very good if you take a little bit of care of them. I have a Bosch with heavy usage for over 17 years now that still works fine. It cost me a little more than this, but not much.
If I take good care by not letting them do recall work so my place catches on fire and I make sure they installed it right without causing irreversible damage to bottom of it when they are supposed to be pros?

Or having already spent $150 on control panel few years into operations and then needing to spend at least another $200 for parts that may or may not fix the issue and wait for delivery and be out of money and time if issue is not resolved?

Bold of you to assume I did not take care of it. You are adding nothing of value to this thread. The 10 years comment came from multiple appliance stores.
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The 10 years comment came from multiple appliance stores.
... and just about every appliance repair forum on the Internet.

I was troubleshooting my 11 year old Bosch dishwasher and turns out the circulation pump motor needs to be replaced ... it's a $240 part, so now I am looking for a new dishwasher.
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... and just about every appliance repair forum on the Internet.

I was troubleshooting my 11 year old Bosch dishwasher and turns out the circulation pump motor needs to be replaced ... it's a $240 part, so now I am looking for a new dishwasher.
And you probably found the part because it was Bosch and had the option to purchase - even though price wise it made no sense. For other brands - like my Maytag don't even have parts at many stores anymore; Had to hit up eBay if I had wanted to try to repair and be out of $200 if it did not fix it since there were not returns allowed.
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And you probably found the part because it was Bosch and had the option to purchase - even though price wise it made no sense. For other brands - like my Maytag don't even have parts at many stores anymore; Had to hit up eBay if I had wanted to try to repair and be out of $200 if it did not fix it since there were not returns allowed.
You're right it is a Bosch. I didn't know that it was hard to get parts for other brands, I will research parts availability before I pick a replacement.
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I have this dishwasher. I like it but cannot speak to longevity since I have only had it for 2 months. I do like that it can stand up large plates, my last one could not and they would tip. Also the interior is stainless as well. The easy care (fingerprint resistant) is really really nice. Only thing about fingerprint resistant is the coating makes it different than normal stainless steel so you will want to be mindful of that and search for matching fingerprint resistant materials to coordinate.

Installation is rather simple but one thing to note that makes it slightly complicated is they make you run the water hose all the way around the back of the unit from one side to the complete opposite side and then bend to plug it into the front. This can make installation a challenge but it didnt stop us from installing. There is a channel all the way around the appliance to run the tube and no you cannot run it another way.
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If I take good care by not letting them do recall work so my place catches on fire and I make sure they installed it right without causing irreversible damage to bottom of it when they are supposed to be pros?

Or having already spent $150 on control panel few years into operations and then needing to spend at least another $200 for parts that may or may not fix the issue and wait for delivery and be out of money and time if issue is not resolved?

Bold of you to assume I did not take care of it. You are adding nothing of value to this thread. The 10 years comment came from multiple appliance stores.
I think that 10 years comment was more of a general statement. Imagine the you as not you personally, just in general saying he doesn't believe 10 years if good if you take care of something. More a knock on manufacturers than you. I wouldn't just naturally assume you try to wash seashells and pebbles in your dishwasher or something. None of it negates that you were told 10 years or even that it seems to be unfortunately true, but if you ask me if ten years is good for something I take care of I'm going to say no. Maybe I'm wrong and he is assuming you wash hammers and twigs in your dishwasher but who knows.
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