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Fisher & Paykel : DD24DCX6 Semi-Integrated Double DishDrawer - Stainless Steel with LCD Display


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Technical Details
Brand NameFisher & Paykel
Part Number DD24DCX6
Control Console semi_integrated
  
Additional Information
ASINB001XTNW66
Best Sellers Rank #13,980 in Appliances (See top 100)
Date First AvailableJanuary 2, 2009
  
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Product Description

This Fisher Paykel Dishwasher Double DishDrawer with Recessed Handle features independent drawers, independent wash programs for separation of wash loads, and 9 choices of wash programs. This Fisher Paykel Dishwasher uses as little as 1. 95 gallons of water per drawer. Additional features of the Fisher Paykel Dishwasher include: flexible racking syste, energy saving delay start option up to 12 hours, key lock and child lock option, intelligent load sensing for optimum performance, wash progress and time remaining display, two independent drawers, and end of cycle beeps. 1 Year Parts and Labor Warranty.

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Customer Reviews

After using the top drawer a few times, you MUST run the bottom one without dishes, just to clear the water!
Dorothy N. Smith
Debating whether to sink more money into this loser or whether to junk it, after all of this money and buy a workhorse.
Surfchicken
The hoses keep leaking and needing to be replaced....only after it leaks all over my wood floor causing damage.
yvette888

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72 of 79 people found the following review helpful By Coatimundi on July 25, 2009
I have been in the upscale appliance retail and wholesale business over 20 years. I was there when Fisher & Paykel first came to the US with their top load washer; such a well designed machine that is is still available (albeit with some cosmetic upgrades) at an affordable price. I owned one of their washers for eight years and only ever had one problem with it which was self imposed - I put 2 bath mats in the washer and the machine freaked out and shut down in the spin cycle. I called F&P and we were able to fix the machine by phone.

When the dishdrawer hit our shores some 12-14 years ago, it was a mess. There was almost a 50% failure rate on the machines. You would think that this would have sunk the concept and the brand in the US, but I believe the consumer did respond positively and Fisher & Paykel soldiered on, improving the product, reducing failures and gaining market share. As each new version hit the market, the product steadily improved and so did our sales. I believe the last generation (version 7) was glitch free.

Recently, I did a major remodel of my house and decided to install a double dishdrawer. I must say that is does a great job washing the dishes (I don't rinse), it's quiet ( I have a large open floor plan w/vaulted ceilings and tile floor and I can't hear it running).

So, like many companies whose product is viable, F&P finally got it right. The blogosphere is ubiquitous and everlasting, so this gets a bad rap. But kudos to F&P for sticking with it and getting it right. I believe many of the negatives out there are installation related and F&P takes the blame. So be it. But, this is a marvel of a product whose time has come; I am very happy and confidently promote this dishwasher to my customers.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Surfchicken on August 22, 2010
what a sad waste of money. i splurged for this model because I love the drawer concept and the idea of doing wine glasses in one drawer and heavy duty items in another. i had no problems when it WAS working, but therein lies the problem. I have paid $1450. in repairs. since buying it 3 years ago. The issue seems to be with the actuators which lower the lids down and seal them. I am so careful not to overload or have anything in the way of the delicate little lids and still, it's broken again. Debating whether to sink more money into this loser or whether to junk it, after all of this money and buy a workhorse. In the meantime, we're washingh dishes by hand. Do NOT buy this dishwasher, it is nothing but trouble and wayyyyy too delicate, even for the loving appliance owner.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Heath on February 7, 2012
We bought the double dishdrawer and had nothing but trouble. We had a repairman out to fix more than 10 times in a 1.5 year period. We tried to get Fisher Paykel to replace the unit and give us a warranty replacement, but they refused. The customer service in Australia was pleasant to deal with, but they kept referring us back to Huntington Beach, CA. The CA service rep. was absolutely horrible to us. We sued the company for breach of contract and won. They then appealed the case on claims that we filed the suit improperly and we went back to court a second time. We won again. They ended up paying us for the purchase price of the dishwasher plus the court fees. The unit is broken again and we will be replacing with a Bosch.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Cynthia on July 17, 2010
Okay...so I realize that this is not a perfect dishwasher, but I don't believe a truly perfect appliance exists!

We had a Fisher Paykel in our first home and then when we moved and did a kitchen remodel, the Fisher Paykel was our first choice! In fact, we are moving again, and are planning on purchasing a third.

It's very quiet and if you rinse leftover food off your dishes before you put them in, it cleans beautifully. And best of all, it is so great having the 2 drawers! We can get a lot of dishes into a drawer, but you actually still have some dishes in your cupboards when a load is being washed!! I like the smaller loads as it is much more manageable. I don't want to spend 1/2 of my morning putting away dishes. Plus, I would imagine that regular dishwashers get stinky if you wait to fill them up.

I'll agree with one of the reviews and say that kids cups do get tossed around a bit, but they are really supposed to be washed on the top racks anyway. I'm pretty sure that they would get tossed around in any dishwasher, not just this one.

If you are considering this dishwasher, be sure you find a plumber who has installed one before as I think this is very important! Also note...this dishwasher does not require an air-gap (don't let the plumber tell you that it does...my husband is a contractor)! Oh, and one more thing...if you are looking for a dishwasher that has smaller dimensions, look no further! The depth is a little shallower than standard dishwashers, so it fits under counters better and looks built in.

Anyway, I just had to put my two cents in when I saw the horrible reviews!! Happy washing!!
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Laborc on June 3, 2010
Okay, I've read the other reviews, which are quite mixed. I hope this one will help you decide whether or not you should invest.
PROS: Quiet, practical, washes dishes and pots clean every time. Has multiple cycles (including a 12 minute rinse and an ECO button). My first FisherPaykel was a double drawer in white. It worked well and I never had to call maintenance for it. I had it about 3 years before I sold my house and moved. I purchased a new home and a new FisherPaykel in stainless steel and had the handles changed to black for contrast. The model number is DD605SS. It has the same features as the white dishwasher and I have had it 3 years now with 0 problems.

CONS: I wish the drawers were a little taller for pots and other tall appliances. The new model, DD24DCTX6, has answered that wish, as the drawers are designed taller to accommodate taller dishes and pots.

I am very pleased with my Fisher & Paykel dishwasher and in my opinion think it's worth the investment.
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