GE - 24" Front Control Tall Tub Built-In Dishwasher - Stainless steel

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GE built-in dishwasher: Wash up to 16 place settings at once with this dishwasher, which features steam prewashing and an NSF Certified sanitize option for thorough cleaning. The Piranha hard food disposer prevents food bits from clogging the dishwasher, and the 2-pump system provides quiet, 51dBA operation to minimize disruptive sounds.

Dishwasher Buying Guide
$584.99
Protection Plan Options
Color:
Stainless steel
  • Slate
  • Stainless steel
  • White on White

Key Specs

  • Product Height
    34 inches
  • Product Width
    23.75 inches
  • Product Depth
    24 inches
  • Hard Food Disposer
    Yes
  • Sound-Reduction System
    Yes
  • Operating Sound Level
    51 decibels
  • Number Of Racks
    2
  • Tub Finish
    Plastic
  • Tall Tub Design
    Yes
  • Color Finish
    Stainless steel
24"
GE - 24" Front Control Tall Tub Built-In Dishwasher - Stainless steel - Front_Standard
23.75"
(Doors closed)
34"
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Overview

What's Included


  • 24" Front Control Tall Tub Built-In Dishwasher
  • Dishwasher hookup kit is not included
  • Owner's manual

Ratings & Reviews


Overall Customer Rating:
89% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (185 out of 208)

Features


Easy-to-access front controls

With electronic touchpads for simple setting navigation.

Recessed handle

Creates a sleek look.

Enjoy a quiet kitchen

2-pump system with door and outer insulation provides 51dBA operation to reduce disruptive noises.

Accommodates up to 16 place settings

Wash Your Way customizable rack offers flexibility to suit a variety of dishware. Two utility shelves safely fit stemware, and the SpaceMaker silverware basket can be placed on a rack or the door.

Steam prewash option

Loosens stuck-on food to power through stubborn messes.

Thorough and efficient cleaning

3 wash arms ensure dishes sparkle at the end of a cycle. Dual dedicated bottle jets integrated in the upper rack clean deeply inside tall items, such as water bottles and glasses.

Energy Star Certified

Dishes are ready to be put away almost immediately

When you use the heated dry option.

Prevents food from clogging the wash arms

Piranha hard food disposer pulverizes food bits for efficiency.

Clean pots, pans and other soiled dishes with 4 cycles

Auto sense adjusts cleaning settings to match the soil level of each load for consistent results.

Child lock

Eliminates accidental or unsupervised adjustments.

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

Dishwashers require special installation, which is not included with delivery. Call 1-888-BEST BUY (1-888-237-8289) to find out more and to purchase installation.

Required parts sold separately

Find essential parts for installation in the accessories section on this page.


Customer rating

4.3
89%
would recommend to a friend

Pros

Cons

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Value oriented, but good so far!

    Posted
    THX1138
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    I purchased this because my 12+ year old GE Profile stopped cleaning the dishes. It ran, but after trying every rinse aid product, cleaning the filters, wands and gallons of CLR we could never get clean glasses with our South Orange County, CA hard water. Add to that a few rusted racks and other various replacement parts, it seemed to be of better economy to replace the unit rather than try to keep it going. This unit was relatively easy to install as long as you have the tools. I'm a contractor with thousands of tools, but still, who has a 15/16" wrench in their standard tool box? Seriously GE, use a 1" dimension for the feet or is that the penalty you extract for installing it myself? Dimensions were accurate. The kit with all the necessary tubes, wires and connections is extra, but only because GE manufactures it that way. I can only suppose that's to get the price point down, so expect to pay an extra $30 for the kit. Front door is not high quality Stainless Steel like the GE Profile line, but there in lies the sacrifice for price point . One of the things you can't tell when you buy online. Magnets stick, so I expect to start seeing rust marks about the time the warranty expires, or this will require constant cleaning with SS Cleaner. An extended warranty plan may be less expensive than a new door? Interior is dark grey plastic, rather than bright white, and a bit foreboding. Otherwise it's well organized with the standard GE racks. Plenty of room for daily dishes, water bottles and smaller parts. (My wife and I are cyclists and go through lots of water bottles) Operation is simple. There are various cleaning programs, but after 12+ years with a Multi-program Profile model and never remembering if I had ever used anything other than the standard wash cycle, we opted for the simpler model. We're on our 5th cycle since installation (including Christmas dishes, ) and things are fine. The glasses are CLEAN!!! There is a strange drainage sequence of three purges, but we'll get used to that. It runs acceptably quiet, but you can definitely hear it if your in the next room. Again, value oriented. Pretty and it works great new, but a few compromises. We'll see if we can get 12 years plus out of this one.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great choice, cleans and dries well

    Posted
    Sbee2
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    Bought this GE dishwasher after first purchasing a KitchenAid at BB for almost $200 more. The KitchenAid stuck out beyond the countertop and did not dry very well at all. Returned it within 10 days and bought this GE machine. I was shocked to find the higher priced KitchenAid did a worse job drying than this one. This dishwasher is not quick, taking over 3 hours to run on the Nornal cycle with Sani Rinse and Heated Dry options selected. But honestly the KitchenAid and our previous GE model took just as long. With the Heated Dry option, there is still a little bit of water on cups on the top tray (no rinse aid used). People seem to be really interested in “quiet” dishwashers. This one is ok. Not super loud, not super quiet. Our last GE dishwasher leaked from the front door the very first time I used it. Service guy couldn’t figure out why so he tilted the bottom panel up making the water roll back instead of leaking. Well, 3.5 years later (we run ours every other day) it started leaking again and several tines inside the machine started rusting and broke off. The last thing I wanted was another GE. But when the KitchenAid didn’t fit properly had to go back for a GE. Surprised to find that this model cleans as well and dries better than a dishwasher priced (and rated) much higher. There is a Control lock which is handy if you have small children and a Time Remaining indicator which is helpful. All in all, quite pleased with this dishwasher, Installation service through BB was terrible. The Best Buy folks were good, but the contracting service they use overbooks/overworks their people. Delivery guys showed up nearly 2 hours after the given 4 hour window. We had a 12 to 4 window on a Saturday and the guys arrived at 6:15.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great machine

    Posted
    Rhabdos
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    Love this dish washer! It's super quiet and has lots of functions that we have already used like a sanitation cycle the wife used for canning jars. Cons: Installation manual is written for installation professionals. It is incredibly vague on certain things and the diagrams just flat out suck. If you are replacing an old dish washer: DO NOT buy the "install kit" all you need is a dishwasher elbow connector for $8 from Home Depot. make sure you match the size of the water input line (there's only 2 sizes) to get the correct elbow. The elbow attachment to this Dish Washer itself is standard garden hose diameter (push in water line till you hear a nice solid "click", as the new styles are pressure fittings. you will most likely have to use the drain hose that comes with this (might have to cut the end to size) the rubber fitting is designed to cut down a size depending on your drain pipe. Remove your old plug (and clamp bracket) from the old washer and install on the new one (the power wires were hidden / stuffed up into the metal panel: green /white / black) the metal box to protect the connections is a little bit of a pain, and make sure you have THREE wire nuts. Once I figured out the nuances to this thing and a trip to home depot, the actual install was only like 15-20 minutes

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Works good, quiet

    Posted
    ABC123
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase

    I've had this dishwasher for about a month. I had Best Buy install, the gentleman was on time, friendly and knew what he was doing. I read the on line manual and they gave recommendations to use Cascade (I use the powder not tabs) and a rinse aid. The dishes are clean, I just scrape them off, and run it 1-2 times a week. I did play around with the amount of soap per the manual. I have a water softener and use water at 115 F. To save energy I turn off the heated dry, & just open the door, so I can't comment how well the heated dry works. My 17 yr old replaced washer had a non heated dry that still circulated air, it does not appear to be an option on this one, which I miss. The inside is smaller than my old one, but it is 10 x quieter, it appears I lost inside space to better insulation for sound reduction. It has an option to just wash the top or just the bottom, which is nice if you've run out of glasses. the silverware holder can go on the door or rack, the installer recommended the rack, and sticky forks come clean. I'm happy with this dishwasher.....it cleans dried on food and is quiet. You may need to play around with your amount of soap vs water temperature, and if you have well or hard water.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good dishwasher for the price

    Posted
    TZWI
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    First off, this does NOT have a stainless steel tub like some of the pictures lead you to believe. That said. Still a very quiet unit in my opinion. Seems to do a good job getting the dishes clean. A little too easy to change wash zones without noticing (we always do a full load). Steam feature seems like it helps. I personally don't get worked up over how dry dishes are at the end. I don't waste energy on heated dry, I just open the door when it's done. Careful with installation. We have a pretty good lip on our counter, so I didn't get the leveling feet high enough. When I screwed in the brackets on top to the counter I apparently deformed the tub top slightly and screwed up the door switch clearances to where it wouldn't recognize the door as closed. Raising the feet and loosening the tension on those brackets and it works fine. The silverware basket works great when attached to the lower rack. Not sure why you would attach to door as it does not give you any more room. Overall there appears to be plenty of room.. Overall I really like it now. Real question like all the modern dishwashers is how long will it last.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good Performance for an Inexpensive Dishwasher

    Posted
    craigbledsoe
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    This is the second one of these I have installed recently. They are cheaply made (mostly all grey plastic with a stainless steel front panel cover to disguise their construction), but perform just great. A few GEs including this model and Whirlpools have the silverware rack mounted inside the front door (a firm requirement by the users.) Most importantly, unlike their Whirlpool predecessors, these two didn't leak! There are no rollers but four metal leveling feet on the bottom that will gouge tile or hang up on linoleum, so I bought a set of four furniture slides that work fine. These are much quieter than the twice-as-expensive all stainless steel Whirlpool units we replaced. Be gentle opening and closing the front door, as the plastic won't take a lot of rough handling. So far, I'm thinking there's a lot of bang-for-the-buck here, so I have no problem recommending this model for your consideration.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Leaks from Left Corner of Door

    Posted
    MKEngineer
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I purchased this dishwasher, because it offered great value and style. The slate color matched our kitchen decor and resists showing finger prints. Inside, the jets on the top rack do a good job of cleaning deep glasses and bottles. The dishwasher beeps and turns on every time you close the door, which is annoying, but I could live with that, if it were the only problem. Unfortunately, constant door leaks make this a product to avoid. Other reviews mention leaks from the left bottom corner of the dishwasher door, wetting the sound insulation. The leaks caused my hardwood floors to cup, and I am convinced that the dishwasher is defective and irreparable. I really wish that I had splurged on a better model and brand, because these repairs will ultimately cost me three times the purchase price of what I deem a defective product.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Horrible GE Customer Service

    Posted
    JScott
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    We purchased this model in June, and it is now October and we’ve had a broken dishwasher longer than we’ve had a functioning dishwasher. The dishwasher stopped working and will not start, and GE has been incredibly slow in getting us a new dishwasher. They tried to repair it and the part they sent was faulty, and then when they got a part that’s WAS NOT faulty, they deemed it unrepairable. So, if you are buying this product I recommend the Geek Squad Protection, so if it breaks, it gets fixed sooner. Because GE needs to seriously work on their customer service and quality control. When the product DID function, it was outstanding. But having a product that does the job means nothing if it breaks.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend





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