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Whirlpool WDT710PAYM Gold 24" Stainless Steel Fully Integrated Dishwasher - Energy Star

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Brand NameWhirlpool
Model InfoWDT710PAYM
Item Weight85 pounds
Product Dimensions24.5 x 23.9 x 34.5 inches
Item model numberWDT710PAYM
Part Number WDT710PAYM
ColorStainless Steel
Manufacturer Warranty Free 10yr Warranty on Major Components
  
Additional Information
ASINB005BHT1BG
Best Sellers Rank #8,946 in Appliances (See top 100)
Shipping Weight130 pounds
Date First AvailableJuly 7, 2011
  
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WHIRLPOOL PLASTIC TALL TUB *BRAND SOURCE ONLY* WDT

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It is the worst dishwasher I have ever owned.
Miss Read
It just doesn't do a very good job cleaning the dishes and I don't know what to do about it.
Penmen
This dishwasher was a piece of junk from the beginning.
jim clements

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144 of 146 people found the following review helpful By Patti A. Melton on November 28, 2011
After attempting to research dishwashers to replace our broken one - I was more confused than ever, if that is even possible! Each web site contradicted the previous one. I realized that most happy people do not bother to write reviews, so thought I would write to share our happy review of this one.

I would describe our decision process as a crap shoot. We did not want to spend $900 on a dishwasher, but did not want a piece of junk either. Don't get me wrong, I would love to have one of those elegant designer dishwashers, but not at the cost of my first born. (maybe I should reconsider that - ha ha). Anyway, based on a Consumer Reports rating, we were looking at a few dishwashers, Whirlpool Gold being one of them. This is not the exact model they were rating (not avail at our location), but close enough for us. Over all, we felt this was a safe bet because our last dishwasher was a Whirlpool and it lasted 17 years before it finally bit it and went to dishwasher heaven. This one was in stock at our local home store and we could install right away. Others we would have to order and wait 7-28 days depending on machine.

One of our requirements was that the machine was quiet. This one is advertised at 55 db. I can safely tell you, as I sit 5 feet from the running machine, that it is pretty quiet! I can hear it but it is a low hum. Not completely silent, but very quiet. Absolutely acceptable in our open living area.

It seems to clean very very well. It was 4 days between the old one breaking and the new installation and those dishes were ick. Dried on egg, cheese, and cake mix among other things. They came out beautifully. I could not ask for better in the cleaning department.
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174 of 181 people found the following review helpful By Just The Facts on June 16, 2012
I bought this dishwasher after an extensive internet search and then looked it over at a local retail showroom. It was priced right and came with all the features I wanted. My search on the internet indicated that this model had few negative comments and mostly positive remarks. It was fairly easy to install and it did a good job cleaning my dishes with almost no noise. I was very pleased with this dishwasher for almost four months. However, one day I dropped a fork and bent down to pick it up when I noticed what appeared to be very small specks all over the front. After a closer look, I realized it was very small rust pits and it covered any area that was made of stainless steel. Whirlpool's response was unapologetic and very clear when informing me that rust on stainless steel is a 'cosmetic' issue for which Whirlpool does not cover under their limited warranty. In other words, my problem, not theirs. I then went back to the internet and specifically searched on 'Whirlpool rusting stainless steel dishwasher' which resulted in a huge number of postings. It turns out that Whirlpool is selling a substandard, low quality stainless steel on all of it's dishwashers and knowing this they are specifically excluding rust on stainless steel from their very limited warranty by classifying it as a cosmetic issue. I am not sure how they are getting away with this but I intend to contact the Texas State Attorney General's Office and the Better Business Bureau in hopes of making Whirlpool stop selling this known defective merchandise and to fix the ones already sold. To make matters worse, Whirlpool now owns Maytag, KitchenAid, Jen-Air, Amana and four other brands which probably explains part of their poor customer service and refusal to stand behind their merchandise.Read more ›
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Unhappy Customer on August 29, 2013
After 1.5 years of washing a load of dishes every 2-3 days the drain pump broke on this dishwasher. Whirlpool advertises that they produce a high quality product and the majority of the reviews for this dishwasher on their website are very high. I called Whirlpool and asked if they would fix the drain pump as I had only had it for 1.5 years. They rudely said that they do not replace anything after the 1 year limited warranty. They claimed it was not their product that was defective and blamed the workmanship of their employees who made the dishwasher. A year and half after buying this I am now out of pocket $300 to have it fixed. If you buy this dishwasher make sure to buy an extended warranty as apparently these dishwashers are notorious for breaking and Whirlpool must know this as they flatly refuse to cover repairs and will do nothing to keep their customers happy. After my terrible experience with Whirlpool I tried to post a review on their website outlining my experience. Whirlpool rejected the review saying they do not allow any reviews that mention customer service. Basically their reviews are all good because they reject any that are negative. If you buy this dishwasher know that their is a high probability that it will break within the first few years and if you did not buy an extended warranty Whirlpool will refuse to fix their defective product.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Katharine Karraker on March 17, 2013
The dishwasher cleans well enough. It is also pretty quiet. But the utensil holder is the worst design and is difficult to load tall/larger utensils such as knives.
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