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Samsung DW7933LRAWW 24" White Full Console Dishwasher - Energy Star

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  • 4 Wash CyclesAdjustable Nylon Racks
  • Tall Tub
  • Water Leakage Sensor
  • Hard Food Disposer
  • Soft Water Filtration System
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Technical Details
Brand NameSamsung
Model InfoDW7933LRAWW
Item Weight121 pounds
Product Dimensions1 x 1 x 1 inches
Item model numberDW7933LRAWW
Part Number DW7933LRAWW
ColorWhite
Manufacturer Warranty Free 10yr Warranty on Major Components
  
Additional Information
ASINB008Q25JWI
Best Sellers Rank #26,287 in Appliances (See top 100)
Shipping Weight121 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJuly 28, 2012
  
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Product Description

Clean dishes thoroughly with this Samsung 24 tall tub built-in dishwasher that features a hard-food disposer with a 3-tiered filter to help eliminate the need for prerinsing The stainless-steel tub resists cracks rust and hard-water damage

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What about Samsung customer service, you might ask?
JK
They provided a link but when I attempt to schedule a technician the site doesn't allow me to continue.
Kari Padayachee
Lesson learned, no more Samsung appliances - based entirely on the customer service experience.
nigebj

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan Disse on February 16, 2013
I just installed this dishwasher in my home and used it for two loads of dishes. My first impression is that this dishwasher works great. The dishes and glasses were very dirty. I scraped them off and rinsed some of the dishes and the glasses came out sparkly clean. Some of the dishes were not as clean as I would have liked, but I think that is because there was dried food on the plates.
I am happy so far with the machine and I would recommend it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By nigebj on January 7, 2014
This dishwasher appears to be licensed from LG as it almost replicates the layout and design of their earlier models - which were great BTW. The problem is that various slight changes have been made, most of which reduce the utility of the appliance.

NOTE: The lower rack is NOT adjustable - just removable, as of 01/07/2014 this has not been corrected on the website despite making them aware of this.

Also NOTE: You will not be able to get even the smallest standard sized US dinner plate in the lower rack if you have the upper rack on the lower position.

The upper rack has somewhat narrow rows to accommodate glasses, meaning that almost all of ours which fit prior LG and Kenmore models do not fit without overlapping the tines - result, less efficient use of space and/or glasses/mugs/cups rubbing against each other. This results in our having to run this dishwasher about 50% more than our old one, unless of course we have a lot of tall glasses, in which case we cannot wash our dinner plates - so more like 100% in those circumstances.

Individual wash efficiency does not mean anything if you have to run the machine more frequently.

Apparently, according the Executive Customer Relations at Samsung the website claiming features the product does no have (adjustable lower rack) and being unable to accommodate anywhere near the place settings claimed are not grounds for a refund. So I strongly recommend you look carefully at this and any Samsung model in a store as a apparently anything published on their website is entirely advisory and should not be relied upon.

I cannot believe any manufacturer could sell a dishwasher which cannot deal with a (smallest) standard sized dinner plate once the upper rack is lowered, but I am much less happy with the ECR response to my concerns.

Lesson learned, no more Samsung appliances - based entirely on the customer service experience.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By pbseven on June 30, 2013
I bought this model at a big box chain. It was an "open box" item (meaning someone else had already returned it!), but it was deeply discounted and I only needed something for a year or so until I start a remodel project. After I started using it I found it one of the strangest dishwashers I've ever had. The top rack is multilevel with a row of tines on each level, but overall it doesn't accommodate as many dishes, glasses, and mugs as I used to load in my previous dishwashers. In general, the tines on the top and bottom racks are too close together, so if you have any curved-edge dishes you need to skip a row so that there is enough room for the spray to hit the dishes. The bottom rack has an odd set of wheels and tracks unlike any I've ever seen and the rack always seems to catch on the door edge when trying to pull it out or push it back in. Whereas most dishwashers have two soap cups, this one has just one with odd "gram" labels supposedly indicating how much soap to add for the main wash, depending on what you are washing, and assuming you know how to measure in grams. And you just add the soap for the initial wash in an indentation on the main wash lid. The "dry" cycle is run for every type of wash, there is no way to disable it. I don't understand the "rinse aid" marker at all, so I just pour in the rinse aid until it looks full.

On the plus side, it it the quietest dishwasher I've ever had - you can barely hear it even when you are standing next to it. The only time you can hear it is when it is emptying out the water. And it cleans well. As a nice touch, it plays a little "chime" at the end of the cycle to let you know it is finished (I wish the clothes dryer had that instead of the loud buzzer!)
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I have had my Samsung dishwasher for three years and am currently scheduling my third repair. By this time I have spent more money on repairs than on the dishwasher in the first place. I'm extremely disappointed and would never buy another Samsung home appliance. To top it off the online support is substandard. I went through the live chat with an agent to troubleshoot my issues and in the end was told I need to schedule a technician to come out. They provided a link but when I attempt to schedule a technician the site doesn't allow me to continue. If I could give this product zero stars I would
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By JK on July 22, 2013
I ordered a set of stainless steel Samsung appliances from Home Depot. What a mistake! Two of the four appliances do not work. The freezer door on the refrigerator broke after two weeks. I woke up Sunday morning to find water all over my kitchen floor and the food in my freezer unthawed. The dishwasher doesn't clean the dishes. My 13 year old Kenmore cleaned ten times better. It leaves food on all my dishes and glasses. I have to clean my dishes by hand and use the dishwasher as a drying rack. What about Samsung customer service, you might ask? The absolute worst customer service I have ever dealt with from any company in my life. For starters, they tried to make an appointment with a company that no longer services Samsung products. If I had not followed up with the service company, I would still be waiting for a phone call. They do not take Samsung tickets, but Samsung competence did not realize this. This was only my beginning with customer service. Promised follow up phone calls from Samsung, never happened. I will stop here before this becomes a book. I will just say that I will be without a freezer for at least two weeks, and it will be three weeks before they look at my dishwasher. My advice, keep away from all Samsung products at all cost, and as for Home Depot, I received very little help. In the future, I will give all my business to Lowes or Menards.
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