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Appliances Connection [appliancesconnection.com] has a Bosch SHXM78W56N800 Series 24 Inch Built In Bar Handle Dishwasher with 6 Wash Cycles, 16 Place Settings, Energy Star Certified, Energy Star, AquaStop, InfoLight, Delay Start, RackMatic, Precision Spray Arms, EcoSilence Motor, Flexible 3rd Rack, Bar Handle in Black on sale for $689 (With $50 Mail-In Rebate) + Free Shipping

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I got mine and installed it (and delivered it up my stairs) myself a few days ago. I had to order an amazon 3/4 female NPT to 3/8th compression supply line hose as my old copper pipe was too difficult for me to work with. I used the old dishwasher's electrical plug to the junction box. The dishwasher itself is very quiet, seems to have arrived in good condition, though water marks show that it has been ran before (hopefully just QA). The thing leaves water on the walls indefinitely it seems, and the dishes get super hot to dry themselves (sanitize + extra dry).

The delivery guys weren't very good. They didn't know how to drive their truck on our canyons, so they had to get a tow truck out which I'm sure they weren't happy about either. They also refused to go up any steps, even though there were two of them. I lifted it up my steps on my own while they were sitting there waiting for their tow truck.W
Well, it seems that most are having bad experiences and this whole 'water' never drying is a concern - anyone have experience or guidance with cancelling this now that they've said it has shipped? Would like experience input before I go to call and cancel - let me know. Thanks
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Well, it seems that most are having bad experiences and this whole 'water' never drying is a concern - anyone have experience or guidance with cancelling this now that they've said it has shipped? Would like experience input before I go to call and cancel - let me know. Thanks
Bosch recommends https://www.amazon.com/Finish-Dis...B06XX33G82 and https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00C9SOB1K/ref=emc_b_5_t

if its not drying so take into account the cost of these vs what you're using.

depending on water hardness it seems that's what makes it difficult to dry.
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Well, it seems that most are having bad experiences and this whole 'water' never drying is a concern - anyone have experience or guidance with cancelling this now that they've said it has shipped? Would like experience input before I go to call and cancel - let me know. Thanks
I ultimately cancelled - they charged me the $138 it cost them to ship. Just was taking too long and this was a replacement, not an upgrade and I need to have something in place sooner than the 8/13 they're stating as delivery. Is what it is, moving on.
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Anyone know where to get the rebate? Mine didn't come with any info and when I called they said "Bosch". Found boschappliancerebate . com, but getting the information entered is invalid. Is there more to the S/N than the FD number?
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Anyone know where to get the rebate? Mine didn't come with any info and when I called they said "Bosch". Found boschappliancerebate . com, but getting the information entered is invalid. Is there more to the S/N than the FD number?
It's in the original post if you click on the word 'rebate'
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It's in the original post if you click on the word 'rebate'
Thank you! That was what I was missing.
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Ok got mine delivered earlier this week and finished the install today. So wanted to share some notes about installation.

Definitely download the install manual ahead of time and read it.
https://media3.bosch-home.com/Doc...5818_A.pdf

I wish i did and purchased the necessary parts ahead of time instead of running to home depot for the parts. This dishwasher uses a non standard dishwasher electric cable.

1. A 14/3 replacement power cord was recommended. They also recommended it to be rated for a specific temperature but had a hard time finding specs for this listed. The manual does not recommend using the standard 16 gauge dishwasher power cords carried by Lowe's/Home Depot.

2. 3/8 electrical connector like this one - https://www.amazon.com/Sigma-Elec...B004ITFA0Y If you go to home depot you can get just a pack of 2

3. You will need this also - https://www.amazon.com/Kelaro-Uni...07WZRW5ZS/

4. Six wood screws to mount the power junction box (i think that's what they call it) and a plastic part to mount the drain hose in your cabinet. You can find details in the install manual

Installation tip. the power junction box goes underneath your sink not behind the dishwasher. Loosen the leg adjustment at the front of the dishwasher and adjust as best you can when you can have someone tilt the dishwasher for you before pushing it into position. Otherwise they will be a pain to adjust. They are a pain to adjust anyways, it's a plastic leg that is very difficult to move, bad design for such an expensive piece of hardware.

Also i just applied for my rebate.

Update 9/18/2020 - I successfully got my rebate.
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Bosch appliances are the worst value in the appliance industry. I urge you to look elsewhere. I have 10+years experience as a technician working on appliances. You couldn't give me a Bosch appliance.

Avoid Bosch, GE and Frigidaire.

Buy LG, Whirlpool (Maytag, Kitchenaid)
Too late for me now, but for when this breaks down in two years like some people say, what do you look for in a good dishwasher?
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Ok got mine delivered earlier this week and finished the install today. So wanted to share some notes about installation.
Good notes, here are a bit more.

1. The drawing for the dishwasher mounting brackets is wrong. In the picture it shows someone bending the tabs DOWN. It is near impossible to that. Simply bend the tabs UP, it does exactly the same thing (keeps the bracket secured) and is super easy. don't install the brackets until you are sure whether you are top anchoring or side anchoring.

2. I used a universal GE dishwasher power cable that comes with a plastic strain relief. fit perfectly and is very solid. $7 I am a fan of the junction box approach.

3. If your dishwasher is to the left of the sink, don't bother trying to install that adhesive cable clip on the back. it is a pain for no good purpose. I couldn't get it to hold the cable for anything.
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Too late for me now, but for when this breaks down in two years like some people say, what do you look for in a good dishwasher?
I tend to favor the Whirlpool made products (Kitchenaid for top of the line, Maytag for upper part of the line, whirlpool for middle of the line) I don't advise spending more than $7-800 on any model unless there's something you just have to have. The lifespan across those brands will ultimately be similar typically, as most will use the same components. The stainless steel tub will get you a higher wash temperature which will generally mean better washing ability and also better drying. Having said all of the that most modern dishwashers have pretty whimpy pumps so don't expect too many years out of any of them. When people started buying based on noise and efficiency the simple way to improve both was make the pump motor lighter duty. If you have hard water you really need a water softener (if you get a white film on your dishes you need a water softener). These lighter pumps do not handle hard water over time, it just destroys them.

I have a kitcenaid that I bought new (when they still put a half way decent pump motor in them, it's one of the models with the food "chopper") and it's lasted for over 12 years at this point. I haven't done anything other than clean some junk out of the chopper once. I'll probably fix this one until something breaks and I can't buy new parts for it anymore.

I don't have much experience working on Miehle or anything that isn't sold at a Lowes/Home Depot but the ones I have worked on aren't any better than a Bosch and good luck getting your local guy to work on them. You're better off taking a Mercedes to a shade tree mechanic.
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I tend to favor the Whirlpool made products (Kitchenaid for top of the line, Maytag for upper part of the line, whirlpool for middle of the line) I don't advise spending more than $7-800 on any model unless there's something you just have to have. The lifespan across those brands will ultimately be similar typically, as most will use the same components. The stainless steel tub will get you a higher wash temperature which will generally mean better washing ability and also better drying. Having said all of the that most modern dishwashers have pretty whimpy pumps so don't expect too many years out of any of them. When people started buying based on noise and efficiency the simple way to improve both was make the pump motor lighter duty. If you have hard water you really need a water softener (if you get a white film on your dishes you need a water softener). These lighter pumps do not handle hard water over time, it just destroys them.

I have a kitcenaid that I bought new (when they still put a half way decent pump motor in them, it's one of the models with the food "chopper") and it's lasted for over 12 years at this point. I haven't done anything other than clean some junk out of the chopper once. I'll probably fix this one until something breaks and I can't buy new parts for it anymore.

I don't have much experience working on Miehle or anything that isn't sold at a Lowes/Home Depot but the ones I have worked on aren't any better than a Bosch and good luck getting your local guy to work on them. You're better off taking a Mercedes to a shade tree mechanic.
Will using descaler or the old white vinegar bowls trick help to reduce the effects of hard water? My water is def hard, it's well water
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