JohnnyAsbury wrote:I have just had to purchase my 4th dishwasher in 12 years
I'm on my second Bosch. We brought the first one because it was rated as the quietest one on the market. It lasted 12 years until the detergent dispenser failed. It could have been repaired but since it was quite "shop worn" we bought another Bosch. Both are well made and dry dished differently than most dishwashers. Most dry dishes by turning on the bottom heating element. The Bosch dries dishes by using the bottom element to heat the rinse water very hot and then spraying this very hot water on the dishes. Advantages is the dishes are really sanitized and you can put things that might melt on the lower rack. Disadvantage is that it likely uses more electricity and you must use a rinse agent like Jet Dry. Even then plastic items will still have some water beads on them. Sears sells a dishwasher made by Bosch under their Kenmore label. The two I bought were stainless steel interiors, a must for my acidic well water. I would buy another Bosch.JohnnyAsbury wrote:Unbelievably, I have just had to purchase my 4th dishwasher in 12 years. Kenmore, GE, Frigidaire, and now a Bosch. Does anyone have any thoughts on a Bosch ? I ended up buying the 4 year extended warranty, on top of the 2 year manufactures warranty. Hopefully I will have better luck with this one !
Freddy wrote:I've had my dishwasher for 27 years now. She's in the kitchen cooking breakfast as we speak. Sometimes she breaks down and I have to do a load, but for the most part she's never failed.