Kenmore 24'' Built-In Dishwasher - Stainless Steel ENERGY STAR®Item# 02213073000 | Model# 13073
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Kenmore 24" Built-In Dishwasher - Sanitizing Convenience
You won't have to worry about germs with this Kenmore 24" built-in dishwasher 1307. Equipped with the NSF® Certified Sanitize Rinse option, this Kenmore built-in dishwasher eliminates 99.9% of food-related bacteria. The pressurized spray nozzles are designed to remove the toughest food stains for sparkling clean dishes the first time, every time. A rinse aid dispenser and heated dry option help prevent streaking, leaving glass spotless and crystal clear. With optional power and water-saving settings, this ENERGY STAR® qualified 24" built-in dishwasher is smart as well as sanitary.
- The Sanitizing Rinse Cycle is NSF-certified to remove 99.99% of bacteria left on dishes, pots, pans and utensils, for a healthier kitchen and dishes clean enough to eat off of.
- A powerful coil raises interior temperatures quickly and holds them high until every dish, pan and utensil is dry, so you don't have to do it by hand.
- Featuring rapid cleaning power, the 1-Hour Wash Cycle speeds your dishes, silverware and stemware back into service.
Added on February 25, 2012
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Most Helpful Reviews
This machine was easy to install. It is running great and is a great value for the price. It doesn't have a lot of extra features, but is a great basic dishwasher. It is a great value for the price.
I had a Maytag for 10 years and it was nothing but trouble. I finally quit using it because even after several service calls from my home warranty service (at $60 a whack) it still didn't wash dishes like it should. In fact, it was ruining my stainless utinsils and my dishes were dull and dirty looking. Then I bought this DW from Sears in 2012. The first wash brought my utensils and dishes back to life - everything clean and shiney. Even better, the unit was very quiet (I had to check to be sure it was on!) which is a huge plus since I have an open kitchen/family room. I've always liked Kenmore, and this is why.
Clinton Township, MI
Economical and for the price you can't go wrong. Does the job of some of the higher priced dishwashers. Only wish it had a few different cycles on it such as quick wash or china.
Wheat Ridge, CO
This is quieter than our old dishwasher. The buttons are easy to reach by a toddler, so keep in mind you may need to "lock" it each time if you have little ones. The stainless steel is a magnet for handprints and needs to be wiped down constantly or it looks dirty. The top rack is awful. Don't put any heavy cups on the top rack near the front as the plastic clips that hold it in the "high" position seem to be too weak to hold it up. This has broken several of our coffee mugs as it drops and crashes down. A simple solution? Put it on the "Low" setting. Then your plates won't fit on the bottom rack. We definitely won't be buying another adjustable rack dishwasher.
My husband and I bought this dishwasher on Oct. 10th, 2012. By the end of June 2013 it would not run at all and I knew we had made a mistake. The service man came to our home on July 12th and needless to say did not have the parts needed to fix the machine. Two weeks later he came to back and installed a new water pump ($223.00) and a new dispenser ($60.00). Thank goodness we were under warranty. But really.....a nine month old dishwasher needs a new water pump? The only good thing I can say about the machine is that it is quiet. I am so very disappointed.
League City, TX