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Post# 261238   1/23/2008 at 07:33 (3,558 days old) by lavamat78800 ()        

Hey guys!
My parents had a little party and so I decided to show you pics of that special washload with all those sparkling glasses!

Post# 261239 , Reply# 1   1/23/2008 at 07:35 (3,558 days old) by lavamat78800 ()        


Post# 261240 , Reply# 2   1/23/2008 at 07:36 (3,558 days old) by lavamat78800 ()        


Post# 261241 , Reply# 3   1/23/2008 at 07:37 (3,558 days old) by lavamat78800 ()        


Post# 261242 , Reply# 4   1/23/2008 at 07:39 (3,558 days old) by lavamat78800 ()        


Post# 261243 , Reply# 5   1/23/2008 at 07:40 (3,558 days old) by lavamat78800 ()        


Post# 261244 , Reply# 6   1/23/2008 at 07:41 (3,558 days old) by lavamat78800 ()        


Post# 261250 , Reply# 7   1/23/2008 at 07:49 (3,558 days old) by lavamat78800 ()        
Here you go!


I started the Auto55-65° cycle because I didnīt know which cycle to choose :)!
The cycle will need 2:30 hours!!! Thatīs a very long time, but the machine sometimes automatically reduces the wash-time up to 1:25h!
I have this machine for about 1.5 month now, and Iīm very impressed of it! It really washes great but the cycle times are sometimes annoying! But thank god, there is the VarioSpeed option!

The title of the thread: ~Bobload?~
What do you think, is this a Bobload or isnīt it?

Post# 261269 , Reply# 8   1/23/2008 at 09:07 (3,558 days old) by gansky1 (Omaha, The Home of the TV Dinner!)        

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Good loading! I would say you'd get a BobLoad ribbon for this one.

Post# 261271 , Reply# 9   1/23/2008 at 09:20 (3,558 days old) by lavamat78800 ()        
The machine is done!

After only 71 minutes the cycle was completed!
And all came out sparkling clean!

Post# 261272 , Reply# 10   1/23/2008 at 09:21 (3,558 days old) by lavamat78800 ()        


Post# 261274 , Reply# 11   1/23/2008 at 09:22 (3,558 days old) by lavamat78800 ()        


Post# 261276 , Reply# 12   1/23/2008 at 09:23 (3,558 days old) by lavamat78800 ()        

sorry, there are some items missing..forgot to take photos :(

Post# 261278 , Reply# 13   1/23/2008 at 09:25 (3,558 days old) by lavamat78800 ()        

There were some plates hidden under the blue item..

Post# 261279 , Reply# 14   1/23/2008 at 09:26 (3,558 days old) by lavamat78800 ()        

The perfect position to wash sparkling glasses..

Post# 261367 , Reply# 15   1/23/2008 at 19:57 (3,557 days old) by cuffs054 (GA)        

Lavamat, what kind of DW is it? I use way too much stem ware and would love those racks. My current dw does a good job on china/crystal but those racks are great!

Post# 261592 , Reply# 16   1/25/2008 at 08:01 (3,556 days old) by lavamat78800 ()        

Itīs a Bosch SGI58M05EU ;-)

Post# 261601 , Reply# 17   1/25/2008 at 09:20 (3,556 days old) by gansky1 (Omaha, The Home of the TV Dinner!)        

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"I use way too much stemware..." LOL But wine is good for you - open another bottle!

That is a very flexible racking arrangement for stemware and other odd-shaped utensils. Do the American versions of Bosch come with these racks? I had a client who specifically looked for stemware racking when shopping for a dishwasher, ended up buying the LG because of it's top-rack holders for stemware and when she had the machine installed and began loading it, found that her particular stemware wouldn't fit. Oops, should have taken one to the store to try before buying!

The Miele line offers some nice racking for stemware in the lower rack as well, although the deluxe racks are available in higher end machines or as an add-on to other models. If the pricing of the racks is consistent with the dishwashers, this would probably add only $600 to the price - hee hee...

Post# 263432 , Reply# 18   2/5/2008 at 10:50 (3,545 days old) by chachp (Conway, AR)        
I'll have to look at my racks when I go home

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I think I have this identical machine branded as the Kenmore Elite. My control panel is identical to this one. I know the tines in my lower rack will go down but I don't know if they only lay flat or have notches to lay at an angle. I am certain though that I don't have the upper parts of the rack to hold the stems.

I'd love to have a configuration like this because I also have stemware that doesn't fit well in the top rack even at an angle.

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