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Fisher & Paykel DD24DCTX7
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Summary: This Fisher & Paykel dishwasher drawer has
  • A soil sensor.
  • A plastic interior.
  • Some hidden controls.
  • Adjustable tines.
  • Ample flatware slots.
  • Time-remaining display.
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Type: Dishwasher drawers
About - Fisher & Paykel DD24DCTX7

The Fisher & Paykel DD24DCTX7 is part of the dishwasher test program at Consumer Reports. In our lab tests, dishwasher models like the DD24DCTX7 are rated on multiple criteria, such as those listed below.

Assessed by running the normal or equivalent cycle to clean a full load--10 place settings of very dirty dishes that were scraped but not rinsed. We examine the dishes and glassware for residual food after cleaning.

Energy use:
For a normal cycle. The largest portion is needed for heating water, both at the water heater and in the machine.

Judged during fill, wash, and drain, mainly by a listening panel.
About This Brand

This maker is known for having introduced the dishwasher drawer to the U.S. market.

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Features & Specs - Fisher & Paykel DD24DCTX7
info Ample flatware slots Yes
info Adjustable upper rack No
info Sensor Yes
info Self-cleaning filter No
info Hidden controls Some
info Interior material plastic
info Stainless/SS-look option Yes
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User Reviews - Fisher & Paykel DD24DCTX7
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worst dishwasher in the world!!!!!!
Top Drawer Leaked
Best Uses
top drawer leaked within six months of owning, cycles locked, probably one of worst dishwashers I ever purchased overpriced
How long have you owned it:
Three-to-six months
Bottom Line
No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
Really clean dishes
Cleans Well
easy to load
Perfect For Crystal
Silverware Always Clean
Difficult To Work On
Frequent Breakdowns
Long Waits For Parts
Parts Service Expensive
Best Uses
I would have given it 5 stars for the performance but the eventual problems made me reduce the stars. I used the top drawer daily and could fit in a lot of dishes and glasses and they came out really clean, even the really dirty ones. It was kind to my crystal and loved the wine holders on the rack. After about 6 years I started having parts go out. Took a very long time for parts to be sent after they had been ordered, my friend works on dishwashers and he did not like working on this machine since the bottom drawer has to come out no matter what you are fixing. Machine kept saying there was a water leak and it burned up 2 wiring harnesses. Every time a new part finally arrived there was another part that had been affected by the problem. The parts were pricey. Also, the racks did not hold up well and I switched the ones in the top drawer with the ones in the bottom drawer after they broke, since I mostly used the top drawere. Both drawers could handle a dinner party really well. I thought for an expensive machine it would have strudier racks. When it worked it was the best dishwasher ever.....all my dog sitters loved it too......unfortunately, it became non cost effective and I have purchased another brand. I will miss the convenience of the top drawer. Sometimes the cycles would jump around and so it was necessary to check each time I ran it that it was on the cycle I wanted it on. The ECO cycle left my dishes too wet for me.
How long have you owned it:
More than six months
Bottom Line
No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
Two separate drawers a real pull.
Can Run One On Delicate
Run The Other On Pots
Small Loads In One Drawer
Two separate drawers
Can Build Up Calcium
Best Uses
Separating Wash Types
Small loads
The newest one has two different size drawers, one larger than the other in the stacked model that takes up the same space as a conventional one. This is plus!
How long have you owned it:
More than six months
Bottom Line
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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