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Bosch SHE3AR55UC Ascenta 24" Stainless Steel Full Console Dishwasher - Energy Star

by Bosch

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  • 14 Place Settings
  • 4 Wash Cycles featuring 2 Options
  • Sanitize Option
  • Delay Start
  • Standard Racks
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Technical Details
Brand NameBosch
Model InfoSHE3AR55UC
Item Weight63 pounds
Product Dimensions23.8 x 23.6 x 33.9 inches
Item model numberSHE3AR55UC
Noise 50 dB
Part Number SHE3AR55UC
ColorStainless Steel
Control Console full_panel
Voltage120 volts
Wattage1400 watts
Manufacturer Warranty Free 10yr Warranty on Major Components
  
Additional Information
ASINB0053YL6LU
Best Sellers Rank #6,244 in Appliances (See top 100)
Shipping Weight63 pounds
Date First AvailableJune 2, 2011
  
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Product Description

50 dBA- Quietest in its classSaves up to 280 gallons of water each yearSelf-Latching Door Stays Put and LatchesStainless Steel TallTub w/ *PP4 Wash Cycles and 2 Options

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Customer Reviews

It cleans very well.
Ozzie
I have had a mid-price Bosch that was recommended by consumer reports for two years now, and I can't understand why no one else has complained about it.
Beach Loving Mom
I will absolutely never buy a Bosch dishwasher again.
Colleen

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235 of 244 people found the following review helpful By Exscotticus on May 22, 2012
Two years after purchasing Bosch's "stainless" steel "rust-free" dishwasher with a "lifetime warranty" against rust, we discovered... rust. It was in a very specific area, where the metal filter attaches to the interior tub. We called Bosch and were told that it was our fault, that it was our water, our dishwasher soap, our flatware--anything but the dishwasher. We persisted, explaining that we use a water softener and a reverse-osmosis system and that our water is no worse, and probably a bit better, than average. Furthermore, if it was merely our water, then we would expect to see rust everywhere. As for our dishwasher soap--well--it comes from Costco, and I'm sure they'd take exception to Bosch's claim that it promotes rust. We offered our own theory, which is that the metal used in the filter is dissimilar to the metal in the tub, resulting in a galvanic reaction and corrosion to the metals. Basically, the two different metals, pressed together in an aqueous environment, results in a battery. But for Bosch to admit this would be to admit a design flaw--the sort of admission that leads to a class-action lawsuit. We already know Bosch uses a variety of "stainless" metals. For example, the metal used on the door is a very inferior grade of stainless steel that is easily streaked and spotted. And the way you can tell is to use a magnet. If the magnet sticks then it's ferrous metal and more prone to staining.

This section is taken right out of the manual: "Stainless Steel TallTub: A rust-free, hygienic interior surface with a lifetime warranty." Bosch routinely advertises a "lifetime rust-free warranty". The sales reps will tell you that the unit comes with a lifetime rust-free warranty.
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80 of 82 people found the following review helpful By B. Moore on March 7, 2012
This is the 2nd Bosch washer I have bought from a local home improvement store. The first one was an entry level back at our old house replacing a noisy cheapo whirlpool in 2006. We bought Bosch because of how quiet they ran. Now in our current home we are replacing another cheapo whirlpool (dead) with another entry level Bosch but the price point is a couple of hundred less than 5 years ago. First, this has a stainless tub with a plastic bottom, whereas the old one was all stainless.

Now we get to how quiet it runs - on my old Bosch you had to put your ear next to the washer to hear it - the new one you don't have to, you can hear it pretty clearly but i would not describe it as loud by any means - you will not have to adjust the volume of a TV set in the kitchen or have to talk over it. I would guess its on par with or a bit better than most dishwashers at this price point. I am guessing Bosch is now using how quiet a washer is to set price points on their washers.

It cleans very well and dries better than the last one. Let me share what I know about a Bosch washer and how it Dries. You do not have the traditional vent on the countertop for steam to escape it goes through the drain - so you need to use a rinse aid like Jet Dry. The washer will heat the hot water supplied and has a hidden heating element under the Plastic/Poly bottom. It is possible to turn the heating element off - you need to consult the manual to adjust this and or the amount of rinse aid dispensed. With the heating element on, sanitized selected and using a rinse aid - all my dishes are dry in fact it dries better than the old model - the dishes are so hot right after a cycle that they are too hot to handle.
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43 of 45 people found the following review helpful By SD Dave on October 26, 2011
Great dishwasher at a great price. Gets dishes squeaky clean. Plenty of features for what I need - You can set "Extra Dry Heat" cycle and set the amount of rinse agent. I use "Auto Wash" function with Extra Dry Heat off and it figures out cycle strength, wash time and amount of water on its own. Dishes are still hot to the touch when unloading a half hour after complete. It's quiet so I don't have to turn up the TV anymore when the dishwasher is going.
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38 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Ronald M. Bowren on June 29, 2012
I did a lot of research before purchasing this dishwasher locally. It seemed to work Ok for the first few weeks, but then the soap dispenser would not open and drop in the Electrosol Tab (the recommended product) into the dishwasher. So now I just place the tablet inside one of the utensil trays before running it. Then yesterday when I opened the dishwasher door after running a small load, I was surprised to see small rust spots all over the inside of the stainless steel surface of the door. I first tried just wiping the spots off with a wet cloth, then tried cleaning it off Tilex spray, then Stainless Steel spray cleaner...but the spots would not budge.

This morning I called Bosch customer service for their advise on addressing the problem. The first response was that this was just a cosmetic issue not covered after the first 30 days. Second, that if I had ever cleaned the surface with Chlorox it could cause the surface to rust. Since I would have no reason to try and clean rust stains from the inside of the door until today, that was no help. The final advice was to try and clean it with a product called CLR, a product recommended to clean mineral and rust stains...otherwise, since this was just a cosmetic issue it was not covered under the warranty (period).

All of the major, and most of the minor appliances, in my kitchen are stainless steel, and over the past 15 years none has ever had rust spots appear on them...so this was a big disappointment with the new Bosch. Otherwise the dishwasher does run very quiet, and seems to do an adequate job so far. Just not too happy with the rust spots, and the cool brush off by Bosch customer service.
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