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GE GDF520PGDWW 24" White Full Console Dishwasher - Energy Star

by GE
3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)

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Product Features

  • 16-Place Settings
  • 4 Wash Cycles
  • 8 Options
  • Sanitize Option
  • Delay Start

Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameGE
Model InfoGDF520PGDWW
Item Weight77 pounds
Product Dimensions0.2 x 35.3 x 26.4 inches
Item model numberGDF520PGDWW
Part Number GDF520PGDWW
ColorWhite
Manufacturer Warranty Free 10yr Warranty on Major Components
  
Additional Information
ASINB00945LIDU
Best Sellers Rank #2,143 in Appliances (See top 100)
Shipping Weight77 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableAugust 30, 2012
  
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Product Description

  • GE's most advanced wash system
  • Piranha Hard Food Disposer with Removable Filter
  • Steam Prewash
  • Sanitize option (NSF Residential)
  • SpaceMaker(R) Silverware Basket

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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars correct facts and fixes to issues. February 3, 2013
I installed one of these a month ago for my Girlfirend's daughter and everything is working fine now. I'm writing this to explain a few negative things mintioned in a prevsious reviews and to explain a problem and how we corrected it. First, the .80 gallons used, is only reffering to the amount of water the unit keeps stored in the bottom of the unit at all times to keep the pump primed and the seals from drying out. Obviously a dishwasther uses more than this when actively running through a wash cycle. Second, we also noticed the pump making an odd sound, (we also have an extra long drain hose on ours) but after a little observation, we found that is was simply the pump vibrating against the floor while it was pumping. Sure it's an issue that should be addressed by GE with regard to the mounting location and method of the pump, but we quickly resolved the issue by placing a small foam pad between the pump and the floor...."issue fixed". We also experienced water leaking from the unit when we first tested it. After making sure it was level three times, and with three sets of eyes watching for the source of the drip and some nimble fingers feeling for signs of water while the unit was running, we determined the water was coming from inside the door (not the seals between the door and i the main unit). We disassembled the door and found that the water was coming through the openning where the soap dispenser comes through inside wall of the door. Appearently the o-ring seal isn't enough to withstand the typhoon inside. So we used some clear silacon on both sides of the soap despenser unit and sandwhiched it all back together... let it dry an hour and that was the last of the water leakage. Everything has worked great since then. Everyone loves how well it cleans and HOW QUEIT it is.... Read more ›
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Stay Away!! December 15, 2012
This sounded like a wonderful dishwasher with lots of great features at a great price point. It worked just fine for 3 weeks then started retaining water after washing and the sound the pump made changed. GE sent a technician to check it out and he plugged in his computer and checked the error codes. He said the pump works fine, so nothing wrong that he could tell. The only thing he could suggest was possible the drain hose was too long. He also explained that this is an entirely new type of dishwasher that functions on only 0.8 gallons of water and senses the dirt in the water. The hose was shorter then our old dishwasher, but we went ahead and shortened it as much as physically possible. It didn't help at all and the dishwasher continued to retain water after a wash. Then we had another problem, the tub filled and leaked out the seals all over my kitchen floor. I can tell you, without a doubt, this dishwasher uses more then 0.8 gallons. It dumped at least a gallon on my kitchen floor and retained another 3 gallons inside that I had to manually remove. I expect when buying a brand new dishwasher to have no problems, and now with 2 problems, I was done with it. If it has thins many issues when it's less than 3 months old I can't imagine after a few years. Home Depot initially would not take the dishwasher back without approval from GE. GE wanted to send another technician, and then offered an exchange. I was very reluctant to exchange it with the same model, it seems clear it's too new of a model that the bugs have not been worked out yet. There was a lot of fiasco to get this item returned.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Mostly pleased but a few issues September 13, 2013
I have the GDF520PGD0BB model which is identical to this one but in black. We have had the dishwasher for about 4 months now and so far are mostly pleased.

We wanted a reasonably priced quiet dishwasher to replace our Kenmore Elite which was getting older and failing. This one didn't have all the features but had high ratings online for its low noise level and effective cleaning.

When I installed it I noticed there wasn't much exterior soundproofing. Nevertheless it was quiet, but not as quiet as the Kenmore Elite. The sound of the water splashing inside was a plastic thunk, markedly different from our old stainless steel interior. I took the ample soundproofing wrap from the old dishwasher and added it to this one. It fit fairly well and this dishwasher is ULTRA-quiet now. I recommend adding extra padding around it if you want super-quiet. Standing right in front of it now I can barely hear anything at all.

The dishwasher seems well made except that one leg was screwed in wrong on the bottom at an angle. It looked cross-threaded but I couldn't get it to go in right; I ended up having to bend it to make it straight.

It isn't very deep. So it easily fit the dishwasher spot with plenty of room to spare, but inside it isn't quite as deep as the old one. The interior is grey plastic, not as nice as stainless steel but better than white plastic.

The door has no release lever - it auto-latches closed and you just need to pull a little hard to release the latch and open the door.

It fits lots of plates. They are very close together but generally come out clean. The top rack has no height adjustment and the shape is irregular so I have some trouble fitting things in the top rack.

The silverware basket is a pain.
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