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Hotpoint Built-In Dishwasher

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Hotpoint Built-In Dishwasher
 
2.8

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3.0

Ok dishwasher

Comments about Hotpoint Built-In Dishwasher:

This dishwasher is ok. It cleans the dishes as long as you rinse them off really good before putting them in and then run it right away. If you don't do that, they don't come clean. And it's LOUD!

Noise Level
It's very loud!

Design
It's a nice looking dishwasher even if it doesn't work the best.

Durability
It's lasted 6 years so far!

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3.0

Works well enough

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from USA

Comments about Hotpoint Built-In Dishwasher:

This dishwasher came with the apartment that I live in and has worked on par with most other dishwashers I've encountered. It's not spectacular, so if you'd prefer to be able to just put food-crusted dishes in it and have them come out sparkling, this won't be the dishwasher for you. If you don't mind rinsing everything first, then this will work just fine for you. The spacing of the prongs is a little awkward in places and leaves a lot of our plasticware overturned at the end of a wash cycle, but it's not a very big hassle. You just have to try to pack the top tightly to keep it from happening. Sometimes food gets stuck inside the cups, but it actually seems to happen less in this dishwasher than the nicer one my parents own (although admittedly, they don't rinse dishes as obsessively as I do). The only technical problem we've had with it is that it flooded our kitchen once; however, the repairman said it was from using too much soap, so be aware of that. It is fairly noisy, to the point that you can't hold a conversation around it, but overall this is a pretty good product.

Noise Level
Little noisy.

Cleaning Time
About an hour, I think.

Loading Flexibility
Not huge, but adequate for a 3-person house.

Performance
Gets things clean as long as there isn't a lot of food.

Design
Prongs could be spaced better.

Durability
Seems to have been holding up for quite a few years.

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3.0

This GE dishwasher works fine, but is nothing fancy

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from Denver, CO

Comments about Hotpoint Built-In Dishwasher:

 I consider a dishwasher to be a basic necessity (I hate washing dishes) and was glad that my apartment had a new GE dishwasher when I moved in. After using it for more than a year I can say this isn't the best dishwasher I've ever used, but it is not bad either.

 **Features**

I have GE Dishwasher model# HDA2100N, which is a standard-sized built-in dishwasher. The controls are very easy to use - it even has am old-fashioned knob control! It features the following wash cycles: 


- Hot Pre-Wash

- Heavy Wash

- Normal

- Water Saver

- Rinse Only

- Drying 


The exterior of my model is black and looks decent. Inside there is just one spray arm in the bottom though. Because of that the rack's prongs are set further apart so the water can spray up to the top and capacity is not the best. The silverware tray is in the front and holds quite a bit though.

**My Experience**

This GE dishwasher performs pretty well, as long as there is no baked-on or stuck-on food particles. It gets the dishes clean on a Normal cycle, which runs about 110 minutes, which seems pretty long. I rarely use the other features since I wash pots and pans by hand and let them air dry. 

One drawback is that it's somewhat noisy. I guess they skimp on sound proofing in these lower priced models?  Anyway, since I'm currently renting I did not buy this General Electric appliance, but if I needed a basic, decent dishwasher I would consider this model.

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2.0

I wish it was more powerful

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from Jacksonville, FL

Comments about Hotpoint Built-In Dishwasher:

This dishwasher is alright, it cleans well if you do not have much in there but if you fill it (not over filling) it just does not seem to have the power.  I have tried changing detergents to see if was caused by one of them but that did not help.  I can't complain because this dishwasher was given to us but I would not go out and buy it. I hate to have to basically wash dishes before putting them in the dishwasher.  It is also very loud when it is running, so I prefer to run it when I go to bed so I do not have to listen to it run.  The appearance is average and I do like that it is a metal front so that my son can put his magnets on it.  I also like that you can switch from air dry to hot air and there are different wash cycles to use as well.  Overall, I think this is an okay dishwasher not quite as powerful or quiet as i would l like.  If you are looking for a cheap dishwasher and maybe do not have a ton of dishes to do, then this would be okay. 

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3.0

pretty good simple dishwasher

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from Allons, TN

Comments about Hotpoint Built-In Dishwasher:

My GE dishwasher came already in my mobile home. It's over 10 years old.For the first year or so I didn't use it much. I was one of those that thought I could get it done faster myself. I also thought the dishes had to be rinsed, so I though "what's the point in using the dishwasher if I had to wash them myself anyway?". But I eventually caved in and tried it. I didn't rinse my dishes, I just try to soak them first. I always use Cascade, which in my opinion is the best detergent. The dishwasher does fairly good on plates and dishes you put on bottom. But there is only one spray arm in the bottom, so the top rach is hard to get clean, especially if you fill up the bottom rack. I always use the Heavy wash setting to make sure I get mydishes as clean as possible. It's lasted me over 10 years, so it's pretty durable. But again, the top rack doesn't clean very well. Plastic cups have to go in the top or the will turn over in the bottom and be filled with dirty dishwater,same with bowls. It's a little noisy too. All in all, I still love my dishwasher. It still beats handwashing the dishes.

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