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Post# 219037   6/28/2007 at 08:03 (4,351 days old) by runematic (southcentral pa)        

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Here's a new DW in the latest Sear's folder in the newspaper. Evidently, it'll power dry your dishes quickly. I don't think I'd put plasticware in there though.

Post# 219069 , Reply# 1   6/28/2007 at 09:36 (4,350 days old) by exploder3211 ()        

Well at least the model number is right.. LoL.. Thats good

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Post# 219081 , Reply# 2   6/28/2007 at 10:06 (4,350 days old) by rinso (Meridian Idaho)        

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Awesome! Obviously if it has a self-cleaning cycle, it doesn't need to use any water.

Post# 219093 , Reply# 3   6/28/2007 at 10:59 (4,350 days old) by fa_f3_20 ()        

Water? That is so 20th-century!

Post# 219096 , Reply# 4   6/28/2007 at 11:25 (4,350 days old) by toggleswitch (New York City, NY)        
ooooh a flamer!

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The required natural gas connection may result in the need for some kitchen reconfiguration!

Post# 219103 , Reply# 5   6/28/2007 at 11:43 (4,350 days old) by toggleswitch (New York City, NY)        

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~ ...hell of a DW

heat, flames, caustic gasses.
Oh child, I DO amuse myself!

Post# 219166 , Reply# 6   6/28/2007 at 15:49 (4,350 days old) by fa_f3_20 ()        

I guess it works kind of like an electric toilet...

Post# 219169 , Reply# 7   6/28/2007 at 15:55 (4,350 days old) by toggleswitch (New York City, NY)        
Methinks we are taking saving water WAAAAAAY too far!

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oh no!

It's not just hydro-clean.
It's pyrolytically clean!

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Post# 219180 , Reply# 8   6/28/2007 at 16:27 (4,350 days old) by dj-gabriele ()        

How funny! I want my dishes to be done pyrolytically clean! Who can trust a sanitizing cycle at only 70C ???

Post# 219261 , Reply# 9   6/28/2007 at 21:15 (4,350 days old) by spirit ()        

Hi, just become a new member. However, I do own that D.W. I am quite please with it. Also I do have pictures if anyone wants to take a look at it in person.

Post# 219459 , Reply# 10   6/29/2007 at 20:13 (4,349 days old) by spirit ()        

Here is what it look like in person

Post# 219460 , Reply# 11   6/29/2007 at 20:14 (4,349 days old) by spirit ()        

Here is the control panel

Post# 219462 , Reply# 12   6/29/2007 at 20:16 (4,349 days old) by spirit ()        

This is what it looks like inside

Post# 219464 , Reply# 13   6/29/2007 at 20:26 (4,349 days old) by gansky1 (Omaha, The Home of the TV Dinner!)        
I like the deep, simple upper rack -

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Interesting, do you know who made this for Kenmore?

Post# 219474 , Reply# 14   6/29/2007 at 21:11 (4,349 days old) by peteski50 (New York)        
Kenmore / Frigidaire

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This is actually a Frigidaire machine. It does have a nice interior.

Post# 219476 , Reply# 15   6/29/2007 at 21:24 (4,349 days old) by spirit ()        

That I don't know.

However, Here is another picture of the detergent & rinse aid dispenser. Nice thing about the rinse aid. You can adjust the rinse aid. If you use the point on left side it does dispense a little and adjusted to go to the right side it dispense a lot. It holds from 35 to 140 washes, depending on the setting.

Post# 219478 , Reply# 16   6/29/2007 at 21:28 (4,349 days old) by spirit ()        

This has a filter, so no food particles can be on the dishes, glasses or cups.

Post# 219479 , Reply# 17   6/29/2007 at 21:46 (4,349 days old) by spirit ()        

I have forgot to add something before submitting it. The below center of the arm of the last picture. It has a glass trap. It is design for broken glass, straws, bones and pits. To romove items of the glass trap,there is a handle to lift it out and empty the items and put it back in.

Post# 219485 , Reply# 18   6/29/2007 at 22:18 (4,349 days old) by mayken4now (Panama City, Florida)        

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Very cool
Todd and thanks for posting.

I would love a "speed" dry DW.


Post# 219495 , Reply# 19   6/29/2007 at 23:38 (4,349 days old) by johnb300m (Chicago)        
stupid frigidaire

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if they just used some much more powerful pumps, they'd have a seriously nice dishwasher on their hands.

Post# 219505 , Reply# 20   6/30/2007 at 00:13 (4,349 days old) by exploder3211 ()        

on the tolit
we could not use that here.. one would forget to put paper insert in it... plus with my odd gastro issues umm welll...

Flaming Butt!

The dishwasher looks nice but alas its a frigidaire... Shame shame

Post# 219572 , Reply# 21   6/30/2007 at 12:23 (4,348 days old) by laundromat (Hilo, Hawaii)        

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You mean "FRIGI-SCARE"! !

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