Wash up to six standard place settings on your countertop with the EdgeStar 6 Place Setting Countertop Dishwasher in Silver (DWP61ES). Standing just over 17 inches tall, this compact countertop dishwasher has a low profile that fits comfortably under most cabinetry without permanent installation required. The dishwasher uses only 200 kilowatt hours per year - approximately 61% less energy than similar countertop dishwashers. In addition to saving energy, this model wastes very little water, which can save you a lot of money on your water and energy bills.
Extremely easy to operate, this EdgeStar dishwasher features an LED display with full digital controls including a child lock function, six wash cycle programs, and a delayed start feature so you can wash dishes when you want. A stainless steel interior makes the dishwasher look good no matter where it is, while a powerful spray arm ensures a deep and thorough wash of all your dishes.
The built-in rinse agent dispenser helps to minimize water spotting on dishes, while an internal water heater and the heavy wash cycle eliminate germs and bacteria by boosting water temperature up to 149 degrees Fahrenheit. Optimized for holding up to six place settings, this compact dishwasher comes with a cutlery basket and cup shelf for added organization.
With a quick connect faucet adapter and five-foot hose to make hook-up to almost any faucet simple, this dishwashing machine will be up to the job of cleaning those dirty dishes.
- Digital control panel with LED display / Six (6) standard place setting capacity
- Holds plates up to 10.5" in diameter / Six (6) wash cycles
- Delayed start feature / Child lock function / Input voltage: 120 V/60 Hz
- Fits under most cabinetry / Stainless steel interior / 5 foot hose included
- Dimensions: 17-3/16" H x 21-11/16" W x 19-11/16" D
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I fit a large pot or pan in this? And would it clean it good?
Like all dishwashers it does have a pan size limit...for example: even when you have a full size maytag it would not hold the lobster pot. Nor would it clean something baked on completely. That said you are able to fit my 5qt dutch oven in it as well as (but not at the same time) the 6qt stock pot. Also it washes 9x13 pyrex baking dish beautifully. The cleaning power is more about the detergent and how the items are arranged than about the dishwasher itself.
The water coming from faucet when not connected to d/w is highly pressurized. Is this normal?
In a word, yes. But if you're interested in the why/how, one may consider this: standard kitchen and bathroom faucets have a device located where the water exits, called an "aerator", which is usually comprised of a piece of steel screen, and a couple of metal or plastic components inside. This little gadget screws into the end of the faucet, precisely where you installed the adapter for the dishwasher. The purpose of this device is to intermix the exiting water with lots of air in order to increase the volume of the liquid by generating lots of little bubbles. This is why the water coming out of most faucets appears to be white and bubbly, instead of a steady, clear, stream like you would expect to see from the end of your garden hose.
Whether the dishwasher has dry function?
Yes, but it does not dry dishes completely. Open door when done and let them air dry.
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- Interior Material Stainless steel
- Input Voltage 120 V/60 Hz
- Place Settings 6
- Origin Made in USA or Imported