KitchenAid 24" Built-In Dishwasher: Kitchen cleanup is a breeze with simple controls, adjustable racks and a ProDry heated dry system. ProScrub and ProWash cycles eliminate baked-on messes and thoroughly clean large, deep and oddly shaped dishes.
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Maximize space for dishware of various shapes and sizes
Adjustable upper rack and tines, removable lower rack and third rack option free up space in the dishwasher to fit your needs.
Thorough and efficient cleaning
Dynamic wash arms provide overall coverage to clean hard-to-reach places.
Dishes are ready to be put away almost immediately
ProDry system uses a recessed heating element and a fan to dry dishes quickly.
Prevent clogged drains
Self-cleaning filter eliminates the need to remove and wash the filter. Clean Water Wash System continuously removes particles from wash water for efficient operation.
Clean heavily soiled and oddly shaped items
ProScrub setting uses 40 targeted spray jets to remove baked-on food particles and reach deep crevices.
Optimize cleaning performance
ProWash cycle automatically adjusts wash settings based on soil levels for a deep, thorough clean.
Dishwasher hookup kit is sold separately and is not included.
Required for Installation: All dishwasher purchases require a dishwasher hookup kit be purchased from Best Buy. Without a hookup kit, your installation will not be completed. Find a hookup kit in the accessories section on this page.
Free delivery on appliance orders $399 and up
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Required parts sold separately
Find essential parts for installation in the accessories section on this page.
Still leaking, weekly repairs, will not replace.
Posted by: SeekingHelp from: on
I'm not one to write bad reviews, but I have never had such a bad experience with a company. We love our Kitchen Aid mixer, blender, and food processor, and when Consumer Reports recommended this dishwasher, we decided to spend a little extra and get it. It has never worked perfectly, but after the first month it started leaking. We have now had five repair visits for a dishwasher we have had for less than 3 months. Think about having to take off work every week and wait for a repair guy. We have another repair scheduled for this week. I keep asking if this is not normal for your products why not replace this lemon. I am told it is a one year service warranty, and they will keep sending repair people until it is deemed totally inoperable. Can you imagine constantly having to put down rags to catch the spurts of water coming out of your dishwasher, only to be told that there is no end in sight and it is up to them to decide when they sold you a lemon. I am hoping that Best Buy steps in and helps us get a replacement but I still haven't heard back from them. Hopefully they do and I will make sure never to buy a kitchen aid major appliance again. I hope my story will help you not make the same mistake as me.
18 out of 21 found this review helpful.
Finally a dishwasher that cleans and is quiet!
Posted by: Thecleaner from: on
This dishwasher is awesome! I have loaded it with some of the dirtiest dishes one can imagine and never have to touch them up. Love the 3rd rack to get all those odd cooking utensils out of the way. My last dishwasher was a 13 yr old Bosch and I absolutely hated it. It never cleaned worth a darn and was always having a break down.This Kitchen Aid is well worth the money. It's a solid appliance and the racks have an awesome glider system. It's super quiet, you can't even tell that it is running. Just takes some getting use to the longer cycles/
5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
Seems good so far
Posted by: 7monthsWithoutDishwasher from: on
We've only had it installed for a week but it seems fine so far. Cleans great. Dries fine if you follow directions in the manual and use rinse agent plus heat dry and pro dry if needed. Racks roll very solidly. Lots of places to put dishes and utensils. Still have the issue when top rack is in lowest position you can't put in regular plates on bottom rack.
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Pleased with dishwasher
Posted by: Robert from: on
Much more quiet than our old dishwasher. Especially like the third rack for long cooking utensils, adjustable shelves, and heated dry cycle.
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Kitchen Aid for this one gets 6 stars
Posted by: Twinkle from: on
I have used Kitchen Aid since they first came out and I decided last month to change. Bad idea!! Thank You for letting me exchange the one I bought for my Kitchen Aid. As always it is the best. I will never let
a sales person talk me into what they think again. I love this new
Kitchen Aid It is above all the other dishwashers Now and for ever
I only wish The store could have gotten me a white handle on this model as I do not have a silver Kitchen. ( It is brass and white appliances)
I am so happy that Best Buy was soooooo nice about this sale.
Thanks to everyone involved with this sale.
2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
My new dishwasher rocks!
Posted by: Dlmein from: on
This kitchenaid dishwasher is the best. It has 3 racks, bottle washers, swirling water arms and even has a light to see all there is to see in there. The stainless steel tub is fabulous. The soap and rinse aid dispensers are easy to use. The silverware rack is roomy and holds a large amount. The middle shelf is height adjustable.
Love, love, love this machine!
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Fussy to Load and Use
Posted by: Toolworker from: on
It’s quiet and gets the dishes clean.
It’s also fussy to load and use, makes poor use of lower rack space, and uses more energy than the 25 year old KitchenAid that it replaced. I don’t recommend it.
I deliberately left food residue on dishes and silverware and let it sit for days. Everything was cleaned spotlessly using the recommended PowerWash cycle, and almost totally dried on the heat plus fan cycle except for the bottoms of some cups.
The silverware basket’s slotted cover is fussy to load and unload, with our utensils only fitting in about half of the various-sized slots. We’ve removed the cover. The basket only fits on the side, so the door has to be opened fully to put silverware in most sections of the basket. I wish I could move it to the front and put two rows of plates all the way across behind it.
The recommended three rows of plates illustrated in the manual only works if the plates are less than 7” across. 12 place settings - my foot.
The touch buttons on top of the door are another fussy irritant. It’s hard to close the door without touching one or more of them. Our unit is mounted under a counter with a couple of inches overhang, enough to block the time display when the door is closed.
Our old dishwasher used 0.58 kWh per load, with air dry. Although this one is rated EnergyStar, it uses 0.69 kWh just for the wash cycle. The recommended heat dry puts it up to about 1 kWh.
A big drawback is the lack of a fan-only dry, which would be more efficient than the power-hungry heat dry. If neither of the heat dry options is selected, it leaves the dishes to try to dry inside the sealed cabinet. That said, they got fairly dry once the cabinet was opened, except for the bottoms of cups and mugs which hold some water.
Another irritant: According to the instructions, we’re expected to run the water until hot before starting a cycle on this supposedly “automatic” dishwasher. I wonder if this is to save it from being dinged on EnergyStar’s rating for wasting water or heating power. KitchenAid says it will heat the water somewhat, but my watt meter showed no difference in early cycle heating between a hot and a cold water supply. So you’ve got to either go through a manual step and waste water, or start the wash with cold water. Again, it doesn’t seem to hurt the cleaning power, so my recommendation is to forget this instruction.
8 out of 16 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Puff1n from: on
I would recommend this dishwasher to anyone looking for one. We are a family of 7 and we use it all the time, id say 3 times per day and every time we open it up the dishes are clean.
0 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Posted by: JeffD from: on
the machine seems to wash dishes pretty well, but is a little louder than i expected
0 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Doris from: on
The outlook is fine. Noise is minor. However, it cannot dry after the cycle. I used pro dry + sani rinse, there is water left on shelves. Also water left at bottom. Before install, there is water drop in the machine.