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What is the Speed Queen of dishwashers?
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Post# 1184320   7/7/2023 at 09:11 by smteague (Massachusetts)        

I am OVER maintaining my Bosche dishwasher. If I have to clean it and clean the spray arms every week then it isnít actually saving me time. What is the Speed Queen equivalent for dishwashers? I am ready to throw money at a quality product.

Post# 1184321 , Reply# 1   7/7/2023 at 09:51 by donprohel (I live in Munich - Germany, but I am Italian)        
It is not the answer to your question...

...but just out of curiosity, how does it happen that you have to clean the spray arms every week? I cannot remember ever having had to clean mine.

Could it be a problem with the filter?


Post# 1184323 , Reply# 2   7/7/2023 at 10:35 by petek (Ontari ari ari O )        

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Other than cleaning the filter occasionally I've never had to clean the spray arm in my Bosch, nor the interior. Something's amiss here.

Post# 1184325 , Reply# 3   7/7/2023 at 10:43 by ozzie908 (Lincoln UK)        
Only do the filter in

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My Bosch dishwasher. It had been stored for a number of years and as such was full of mouse bits but once cleaned and sterilised I only do the filter when I see anything on it !! Never had an issue with it cleaning everything I have thrown at it, Which today included my deep fat fryer from work and it was nasty.


Post# 1184327 , Reply# 4   7/7/2023 at 10:52 by appnut (TX)        

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Only have to check my filter about 3 times a year. I just scrape before loaing and that is it prepping items going in the ishwasher.

Post# 1184345 , Reply# 5   7/7/2023 at 14:25 by GELaundry4ever (Nacogdoches, TX, USA)        
Speed Queen of dishwashers

What about Maytag? Maybe it's the Speed Queen equivalent, or at least it was.

Post# 1184348 , Reply# 6   7/7/2023 at 15:26 by Maytag85 (Sean A806)        

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Only answer I can come up with is a KitchenAid, a KitchenAid made by Hobart. Believe Hobart still makes commercial dishwashers.

Post# 1184354 , Reply# 7   7/7/2023 at 16:22 by chetlaham (United States)        

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Hobart Kitchen-Aid and Whirlpool Power Clean Filter Module.  Though I tend to equate the Hobarts to the Dependable Care Maytags.


Post# 1184408 , Reply# 8   7/8/2023 at 06:55 by Logixx (Germany)        

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Can't remember the last time I checked the filter in my Bosch. I usually don't bother unless I see stuff on in the base of the tub.

I suppose the filter might be damaged or not fitted probably for the spray arms to get clogged.


Post# 1184412 , Reply# 9   7/8/2023 at 09:09 by jamiel (Detroit, Michigan)        

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I will find a tiny shard of eggshell in the sweeper (i.e. bottom/facing the filter downward) hole of the Bosch every so often. Takes some shaking to dislodge it but isn't hard. Assume it slips into the sump when I remove the flat/cylindrical filter to clean it which I ususally do about monthly (or when I've done a particularly grimy load)

Post# 1184422 , Reply# 10   7/8/2023 at 11:19 by Labboy (SD, CA)        

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I have a Bosch 800 series and Iíve only had to clean my spray arms one time when I noticed a bone fragment in one of the holes. Filter I clean once a month and I probably could extend that to every other month.

Bob


Post# 1184427 , Reply# 11   7/8/2023 at 12:07 by chachp (North Little Rock, AR)        
800 Series here too

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Other than an occasional cleaning of the filter, we don't have to do any other maintenance.  Do you have really hard water that is clogging the spray arms?


Post# 1184754 , Reply# 12   7/12/2023 at 14:44 by Awooff (Peoria, Illinois)        
Cycle

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Op what cycle is normally used?

Post# 1184910 , Reply# 13   7/14/2023 at 22:32 by GELaundry4ever (Nacogdoches, TX, USA)        
cycle

I use the smart wash on my Kenmore which is made by Bosch. It is the equivalent to the auto cycle.


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