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    I would buy a new one.

    We are on dishwasher number 3 and I absolutely love it. It even leaves the dishes fairly dry and cleans really well too.

    Westinghouse wsf6605... Can't remember how much but it definitely isn't top of the range!

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    Quote Originally Posted by yadot View Post
    I would buy a new one.

    We are on dishwasher number 3 and I absolutely love it. It even leaves the dishes fairly dry and cleans really well too.

    Westinghouse wsf6605... Can't remember how much but it definitely isn't top of the range!
    that one gets awful reviews - it's so hard, the one I have now had bad reviews but has worked perfectly until yesterday.

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    I was in this situation a few months back. Ended up getting a new dishwasher. Decided to go for the $1000 ish mark because I didn't trust cheaper ones would last. It came down to a Bosch or a smeg and I went the smeg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J37 View Post
    Just don't buy an Omega.
    We recently bought one, and it barely washes the dishes! I put things through several times just to get them "vaguely" clean.

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    Second this. Mil has an omega (4 years old) and it is dreadful. Plus broken down several times already. And the oven too.

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    What made you decide against the Bosch?

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    I wanted a bosch; we bought one for around $1400. Its amazing! So so quiet

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    Ours is the Bosch SMS69T18AU/93. Definitely worth the extra money. I sent DH to the shops to buy a good bosch around the $1k mark. It was on special


 

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