Whirlpool WDF750SAYB Whirlpool Gold(R) Series Dishwasher with Stainless Steel Tub


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Gold(R) Series Dishwasher with Stainless Steel Tub


Product Title: Whirlpool WDF750SAYB Whirlpool Gold(R) Series Dishwasher with Stainless Steel Tub

Manufacturer: Whirlpool

Lowest Price: $389.99 from Sears Outlet

Power Score: 4.4 | 5 Reviews

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Dishwasher very quiet and works great.

Performs well. Like the outside and inside look of the product.

By j1112 on Home Depot - Apr 18, 2013

Like Getting Your Braces Off!

Our old dishwasher gave out, and I was not too keen on spending much for a new one. I figured at this point, any dishwasher would seem great compared to the one we had (not sure how old our dishwasher is, but we're guessing at least ten to fifteen years). My only requirements? An AnyWare basket and front controls. Our expectations were low, but we are very impressed with this dishwasher. When we...
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By Jennifer on Home Depot - Mar 20, 2013

Quiet dishwasher/excellent features.

Researched many dishwashers and this seem the best one for the money and Home Depot had it on sale. Free delivery of new and pickup of old dishwasher by very friendlyefficient Home Depot deliver men. Very quiet, faint motor and water sound if you listen closely. Uses 1/3 water than previous one. Like the blue lights across the front to show what features are working and when cycle is done. Dishes...
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By diyguy on Home Depot - Mar 19, 2013


It didn't clean the dishes after 3 hours. of washing yes 3 hours. The silver ware container is a joke, if you leave it on the door only one side of the silverware get cleaned. The soap from the soap dispenser would just run down the door and puddle at the bottom of the tub and the dishes wouldn't get cleaned. All in all I returned it it was worse than the one I was replacing.

By STELLA on Home Depot - Nov 28, 2012

Whirlpool WDF750SAYB

Eco-rate gives the Whirlpool WDF750SAYB 5 stars based on its energy efficiency (20% above Federal Standard); water efficiency (2.85 gallons per cycle); manufacturing location (USA); current purchase price; and other environmental and economic considerations...
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By ecorate.com - Jan 24, 2013

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