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Old 11-17-2014, 12:57 PM
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I need to replace the dishwasher an a rental unit. I will be giving them the one I have in my house and replacing mine with a new one. What should I be looking at in the upper end?

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Old 11-17-2014, 01:07 PM
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I looked at CR and bought the Kenmore Elite (which was their highest recommendation). I'm very happy with it.

Normally they are priced at $1200 to $1400 depending upon specific model.
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I like simple things so I bought a Bosch with only 3 settings. I bought it from Lowes in 2005 and havent had one issue.

I'm not a fan of all these appliances with a control panel of options.
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Another vote for Bosch. We have had a couple at different houses that we have owned over the years with no issues.
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+3 on Bosch .. I have mine going on 2 years and love it... 44db nice having a conversation and people do not know it's running.
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Bosch.
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Miele
15 years and going strong. In fact ,I'm about to go empty it right now
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Mine is 5ft 3 black hair and been working great for 3 years

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Another vote for Bosch. It replaced a Kenmore Elite after just 5 years and 3 control panel boards. Really nice machine, cleans great and is whisper quiet.

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Love our bosch Put it in 3 months ago, and am kicking myself for not replacing it sooner.

Seems solid, Time will tell.
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might try a search on here this has come up a few times like this thread last month

http://www.thehulltruth.com/dockside...ishwasher.html
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Originally Posted by chrisrack View Post
I looked at CR and bought the Kenmore Elite (which was their highest recommendation). I'm very happy with it.

Normally they are priced at $1200 to $1400 depending upon specific model.
I just got the same one for the same reasons. My brother in law got the bosch and they still need to clean their dishes before they go in.
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Thank you very much everyone.
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We've had good luck with Kitchen Aid........
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We have a Miele and 2 Bosch dishwashers. We like the Miele the best because it has the upper rack for utensils. They are both great dishwashers though.
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Originally Posted by Marco_boater View Post
We have a Miele and 2 Bosch dishwashers. We like the Miele the best because it has the upper rack for utensils. They are both great dishwashers though.
Just installed a Bosch with the third upper rack.
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Miele
15 years and going strong. In fact ,I'm about to go empty it right now
+1 on the Miele.
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I just bought a beautiful new dishwasher, unfortunately my wife made her leave!
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Bosch. DO NOT BUY ANYTHING FROM SEARS!!!!!!!!!!! If you need warranty work it took Sears 6 weeks to fix our frig. Two weeks for first service call, two more weeks to get back with a dye test kit to find leak, two more weeks to get part. Showed up at 5pm and when the repair man saw it was a 2 hour job walked out. Probably lost 5 to 6 hours of my life on the phone and finally Sears replaced with a new frig which took another week to get.

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