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Kitchenaid KUDS30IXBL Superba Series Dishwasher


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Technical Details
Brand NameKitchenAid
Product Dimensions27.5 x 23.9 x 33.9 inches
Installation Type built-in
Part Number KUDS30IXBL
ColorBlack
Control Console full_panel
  
Additional Information
ASINB0049Q0FB0
Best Sellers Rank #27,225 in Appliances (See top 100)
Shipping Weight102 pounds
Date First AvailableAugust 17, 2010
  
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I will NEVER buy another Kitchenaid anything!!!!
Elizabeth E. Sexton
Three weeks after the repair, a new service call, and the main circuit board and fuse were replaced.
Lewis M. Brande
I have owned this dishwasher for 1 year this month and I despise it.
R. T. Adams

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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Betsy L Grugin on December 27, 2010
We bought this dishwasher right before Thanksgiving, so it has been through two major holidays now. It is SO quiet! I no longer have to turn the TV up so I can hear it while the dishwasher is running (we have an open kitchen/family room). I wanted a dishwasher with a delay start so I could run it while we were sleeping, so I didn't have to hear the noise...but it doesn't really matter anymore, because it's so quiet anyway!

I love how the silverware are separated - I think most dishwashers have this feature now - it keeps the silverware from nesting. My daughter hates it, because she has to be careful how she pulls the silverware out of the holes, but I never have any silverware come out of a washing cycle dirty anymore. That used to always be a problem with my old dishwasher.

The ProScrub feature does not always get rid of everything with my dirtiest casserole dishes and pots; however, it is always easy to finish cleaning it when I take them out of the dishwasher. It beats having to scrub and scrub to get dried food (or burnt food) off of the casserole dishes/pots.

My only real complaint is that it is easy to lean against the door and accidentally hit some buttons on the door. It doesn't automatically turn it on - you have to press start for it to begin a cycle - but I wish it wasn't so easy to hit a button. If I'm cleaning or cooking near the dishwasher, I usually use the Control Lock button. An integrated panel would solve this issue, but most of the ones in my price range had a handle on the door, which would make it impossible to open my silverware drawer, so I had to go with the buttons on the front of the door. It's a small issue, and certainly not a deal braker.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By R. T. Adams on January 24, 2012
I have owned this dishwasher for 1 year this month and I despise it. My 15 year old dishwasher was so noisy we couldn't run it while we were in the room but it did a good job of cleaning the dishes even if they hadn't been pre-rinsed. We looked at many dishwashers and this one came highly recommended by the salesman and the sound rating was impressive. That's where the positive part ends. It is very quiet and I like that. BUT in the year I've had it the control panel, light panel, and left side top shelf roller assembly have all had to be replaced. We have not misused the machine and our children are all grown and out of the house so we can't even blame "the kids."

Some of the other negatives are as follows:

The racks are fine if all you have to load are plates and glasses or cups. Serving bowls, small bowls, serving spoons, or odd shaped items do not fit well making loading a challenge. The large grid spaces in the rack design allows the water spray to move items part way through the cycle and cause them to slip through the spaces and stop the spinning sprayer from turning. Even when nothing is in the way, the dishes have to be pre-washed before loading to insure a clean wash.

The control panel is hard to read (black controls on black background) and is so sensitive just brushing against it may start a cycle or cancel and drain when it is washing.

If money was no object this dishwasher would be at the recycler with my old Maytag. Since I can't afford to replace it now I am resigned to suffer in silence with this quiet beast! I'd gladly take some noise over the frustration I have had with this "quiet" Kitchenaid.

February 2013 update... Dishwasher is 2 years old now.

Repair man was out again.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By WIMOM on February 28, 2012
Before buying your next KitchenAid be sure to do your research. We bought our KitchenAid dishwasher three years ago and have had difficulty with a fuse blowing out on the control panel (the electronics inside the dishwasher). Once again, on one of those busy nights, when the dishes have stacked up all day and needed to be run in the dishwasher - the dishwasher doesn't work AGAIN!!!! Another fuse blown on the dishwasher control panel!! I called KitchenAid (they tried to sell me a service plan for $285.14 - no thank you). Then I called local service people and searched the internet. And what did I find out - KitchenAid has problematic design issues. In response to this, KitchenAid has added a separate 2 - 5 warranty for the control panels and wire racks that have been failing in their dishwashers. Which is nice, but the owner is still responsible to pay for the service call and labor, which will be about $100 for us. In addition, our two year old KitchenAid refrigerator is not to the level of quality we thought the KitchenAid brand used to be. We also have an old (before the Whirlpool buyout of KitchenAid) range that is still performing top notch. In short,the KitchenAid brand no longer stands for reliability and dependability like it used to. Do your research before buying something that is just not worth the money.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jason V on February 23, 2012
Does great job cleaning, very quiet.

HOWEVER, rollers for upper rack have HUGE design flaw, and will not take many years of use and high temperature.
Expect to replace once per year, at $50 / year for pair. Replacement Part #: W10350376

(Our first pair broke at 1 year and 2 weeks. We use the washer usually 2x daily, so the part is getting stressed over 1000 times per year as it gets loaded and unloaded.)

If you have this model and the parts break, CALL WHIRLPOOL and make sure they log the failure.
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