|Item Weight||121.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||25.98 x 17.72 x 36.02 inches|
|Item model number||SD-9241W|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Capacity||8 Place Settings|
|Installation Type||Free Standing|
|Control Console||Full Panel|
|Door Material Type||Steel|
SPT SD-9241W: Energy Star 18" Portable Dishwasher - White
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|Controls Type||Full Panel|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||25.98 x 17.72 x 36.02 inches|
|Operating Frequency||60 Hz|
|Item Weight||121.3 Pounds|
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- 6 Wash Programs: All-in-1, Heavy, Normal, Light , Rinse and Speed
- Automatic detergent and rinse agent dispenser
- Up to 8 standard place settings
- Concealed heating element
- Adjustable upper basket to accomodate large pots/plates
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Spacious cavity loads up to eight standard place settings. Features easy controls, durable stainless steel interior and water temperature up to 154°F. Quick connect to any kitchen faucet eliminates the need for direct plumbing or permanent installation. Features and Functions: Time Delay Feature: allows you to program operation at a later start time (1-24 hours); Error Alarm: displays fault codes; Rinse Aid Warning Indicator: refill reminder on rinse aid; Stainless Steel Interior; 6 Wash Programs: All-in-1, Heavy, Normal, Light , Rinse and Speed; Adjustable upper rack to accommodate larger plates/pots; Faucet adapter included for quick and simple connection; Automatic detergent and rinse agent dispenser; Up to 8 standard place settings; Energy Star; Input voltage: 120V / 60Hz; Energy consumption: 295kwh/yr.; Water consumption (normal cycle): 3.65 gallons; Power consumption: 110W; Noise level (normal): 55dB; Drain tube length: 3 ft. "Spacious cavity loads up to eight standard place settings. Features easy controls, durable stainless steel interior and water temperature up to 154°F. Quick connect to any kitchen faucet eliminates the need for direct plumbing or permanent installation. Features and Functions: Time Delay Feature: allows you to program operation at a later start time (1-24 hours); Error Alarm: displays fault codes; Rinse Aid Warning Indicator: refill reminder on rinse aid; Stainless Steel Interior; 6 Wash Programs: All-in-1, Heavy, Normal, Light , Rinse and Speed; Adjustable upper rack to accommodate larger plates/pots; Faucet adapter included for quick and simple connection; Automatic detergent and rinse agent dispenser; Up to 8 standard place settings;Energy Star; Input voltage: 120V / 60Hz; Energy consumption: 295kwh/yr.; Water consumption (normal cycle): 3.65 gallons; Power consumption: 110W; Noise level (normal): 55dB; Drain tube length: 3 ft. Our faucet adapter fits standard size Aerator openings for both the male and female connections. The sizes: Male 15/16""; Female 55/64"". As long as your faucet has a removable Aerator they should be able to connect the faucet adapter. For a standard faucet head with a side/detached sprayer: While attached to the standard faucet, some detached sprayers will have water start coming out of them due to the line pressure. This is from the design of those faucets to redirect the water pressure from the main faucet head to the side sprayer. If you have a side sprayer, you will most likely need to install a water line that is separated from the sprayer."
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Out of the box, the unit comes with a metal tap adaptor that locks onto a plastic faucet adaptor on the unit. There are two hoses; one to bring water to the washer and the other to drain. The instructions say to use cold water which I do because I lack experience, this is my first dishwasher and I am frugal about my hot water use. Normal setting runs about two hours. Speed setting runs an hour and two minutes. I do not know if the water is heated.
I always use cold water from the tap, the speed setting, rinse aid and an all in one tablet with good results. I space and place efficiently most of the time. The dishwasher is plenty hot at the end of the cycle. The guide states to crack open the door for a few minutes after washing to allow for a more complete dry. There is a dryer heat element lining the bottom of the washer. You can get a pretty good facial putting your face by the door after a load. For what its worth there is a rinse cycle and that for sure does not heat the water nor do I think engages the drying element.
Unless there is some really caked and baked stuff on there my wash, often including at any given time an combination of coffee maker elements, goblets (mugs, glasses and wine glasses), the pitcher I use to feed as well as my Zero Water 23 cup dispenser itself, pots and pans, the occasional hefty flimsy leftover plastic thingies, Modell sports water bottles, my go-to utility plastic strainer and of course dishes and flatware come out spotless and dry. Not a thing has melted in there yet. Every now and again I need to put the water bottles on a drying rack because like life, those things are complicated and who wants to wash a water bottle only to have the sitting water harbor biologics?
Be cognizant to empty the outlet hoses after use. In the last five months, I had to run a load with Finish machine cleaner once after a heavy use period when the unit get a tinge of funk scent. Worked like a charm and I still have my two emergency bottles sitting on tap. Pretty sure experiences may vary though. I am big on the sanitary thing. My pre-war brass pipes and budget faucet (literally less that like thirty bucks and I have to admit that thing looks good but kind of feels rickety) have held up so far. God willing and knock on wood. Keep the fittings on the adaptor snug but please do not be a rookie and over tighten. No need.
Obviously, I recommend this dishwasher.
I was completely flabbergasted with the thought of having to crate and ship a major appliance back to the manufacturer for repair when there are local service professionals who are authorized by all the other appliance manufacturers to repair their appliances.
So far, the appliance functions properly, but we don't know if it will fail. My advice is do not buy anything from this manufacturer.
There were other things wrong with the unit when I received it, which I was willing to overlook (I regret this now): The power button is broken so the unit is always on; The wheels don't turn well and squeak very loudly; And the unit shifts when it's moved (as though it is not securely assembled). I had the same model from a prior order for 3.5 years. The prior unit worked well and didn't have these issues. I bought this unit as a replacement, but now I'm sorry I did.