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KitchenAid Superba Architect II KUDS35FXSS Fully Integrated Dishwasher - Stainless Steel

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Technical Details
Brand NameKitchenAid
Model InfoKUDS35FXSS
Product Dimensions27.5 x 23.9 x 33.9 inches
Item model numberKUDS35FXSS
Installation Type built-in
Part Number KUDS35FXSS
ColorStainless Steel
Control Console full_panel
  
Additional Information
ASINB004132GZE
Best Sellers Rank #8,465 in Appliances (See top 100)
Shipping Weight95 pounds
Date First AvailableAugust 27, 2010
  
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1.9 out of 5 stars

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132 of 136 people found the following review helpful By Tabetha Hedrick on November 12, 2012
My Family had the plastic tub version of this dishwasher in our rental and we loved it. Purchased the stainless steel tub version when we bought a home and we love it. Very Quiet, washes dishes well, and the unit has lots of room for multiple meals from a family of 4. BTW: I am an appliance repair man with 16 years experience and training from most major manufacturers.

There are five things to help your dishwasher to operate at its peak performance...

1. Run your hot water at the sink until it comes out steaming hot. All dishwashers do heat water but due to federal regulation the wattage of heaters in newer dishwashers is relatively low. Where older dishwashers may of heated water in a dishwasher within 30-40 minutes of starting, newer dishwashers heat water at approx 1 degree per minute and are trying to achieve a maximum of 145-156 degrees Fahrenheit. Most manufacturers state in the owner's manual a minimum incoming temperature of 120 degrees Fahrenheit from the house to be a standard.

2. Use Finish All n 1 Powerball Tablets...do not use the dispenser for these, just throw them directly in the bottom of the tub. They are designed for this!

3. Use Finish Glass Magic or in a pinch use Finish Booster Agent in your detergent dispenser. Yup, where the detergent used to go. Both the main-wash and pre-wash cups. The federal government passed a law banning phosphates from all detergents. Phosphates worked really well for helping cleaning and keeping the dishwasher free of hard water build up. If you don't use one of these boosters, your dishwasher will never work well for you especially in a hard water area.

4. Use Rinse Aid. Preferably Jet Dry but just use one. Rinse Aid literally aids in the rinse and drying of the dishes.
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Katie W on January 28, 2013
Read a ZILLION reviews and decided on the KUDS35FX dishwasher. We've had it for 2 years. Four service calls and it's dead again today. The thermal fuse has blown twice for no apparent reason. I'm talking about a fuse in the control panel that has to be replaced by a technician! We also had the motor freeze up. When the repairman pulled apart the unit to see what had blocked the motor, he found a little piece of plastic lodged in it. A little piece of plastic that had broken off the crappy upper rack!!!!! Then THAT part had to be replaced! Who knows what's wrong with it now. The first 2 service calls were within warranty but now we're screwed. When you're comparing prices be sure to include the $150 service calls you're going to encounter after the warranty ends. You've been warned.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By equipment manager on January 8, 2012
I actually love this dishwasher! I had two nine year old Bosch dishwashers, one of which failed for the third time. I spent two months investigating replacements, since I expected that somewhere down the line the other Bosch would also need replacement. A friend had just installed a new kitchenaid, and raved about it. I was concerned about the noise, and the cleaning power. Well, this dishwasher cleans far better than my current dishwasher I dont rinse any dishes, just scrape off the solids., and while it is supposed to be louder, when you sit at the kitchen table, you can't tell which dishwasher is running, the lower Db Bosch, or the KA. The other advantage is that it is made for US dishes, and holds a lot more. It holds at least double the glasses on the top rack, and there is no filter to clean. I've had it four months, and so far its a real winner.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Lefty on January 30, 2011
After researching options and given our budget we are very happy with the model and options of the dishwasher. The American dishwasher is quiet and easy to operate. IT CLEANS DISHES and the 1 hour wash option is a great option. The StainlessSteel look is great for our updated kitchen. If you are handy, you can self install this dishwasher. We are the type of family that just wants to put our dishes in the dishwasher and go. This dishwasher has options like power scrub for pots, baked on pans and a delay wash with a food disposal. If you are on a budget and want a nice looking dishwasher that cleans dishes and is quiet. Consider this dishwasher!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 10, 2013
The worst dishwasher ever! We have owned it 1.4 years and have had at least 5 service repair calls. Our newest issue is the top rack rack is completely broken. The dishes are never clean and the pump already broke once. It is horrible.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer on May 9, 2013
I am so disappointed. I bought the Kitchen Aid KUDS35FXSS5 dishwasher less than a year ago and it is quite possibly the most poorly made appliance I have ever bought. The upper rack is falling apart in front of my eyes. The plastic parts that attach the upper rack to the wheels that enable pulling the rack in and out have broken off of 3 of the 4 wheels. It is still under warranty so the company has sent replacement parts and a technician to repair the unit but because most of them broke in such a short time I feel confident that the replacement parts will also break a few months after the one year warranty expires. Clearly there is a major design flaw here. It does not seem that the plastic that they used on the racks is capable of withstanding the heat of the dishwasher. Sadly, this is not the only issue I have had with this dishwasher. The mechanism (really it looked more like a STRING) that makes it so the dishwasher door doesn't fall open suddenly, snapped within a couple months of my owning the appliance. I am not only frustrated with the inconvenience of this dishwasher I feel SCAMMED BY KITCHEN AID. I called the company explaining that this dishwasher is majorly flawed and the person who answered the phone said he was sorry and that dishwashers are built by people who aren't perfect and that he could send me information on BUYING an extended warranty but he could not help me in any other way. The plastic parts need to be made of a stronger material. DO NOT BUY THIS DISHWASHER.
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