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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    Do any of your dishwashers have child lock
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    Yup the LG does

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    http://www.thegoodguys.com.au/lg-sta...asher-ld1483t4

    We got this....

    Did I make the right choice?

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    We are going into town tomorrow and bringing a trailer in case we buy one . Hubby spoke to someone and has recommended the Hoover Inox Dishwasher. Does anyone have any experience?

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    Quote Originally Posted by clb84 View Post
    Yup the LG does
    Do you have the one i posted! Above post has link....

    We still have not picked it up... Don't know....maybe a boshe better? I'm confused as I have no idea.

    I'm guessing I have to rinse the dishes first. Right?

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    Lots of people not liking the dish drawers, but we have a Fisher and Paykel one, and we love it! And yes, it dries plastics no worries, and it has a child lock too. We're very happy with it, and it fits well in our snall kitchen. No bending down to pack and unpack either (we just have the top one, under the bench).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    Do you have the one i posted! Above post has link....

    We still have not picked it up... Don't know....maybe a boshe better? I'm confused as I have no idea.

    I'm guessing I have to rinse the dishes first. Right?
    Pretty sure it's exactly the same one!

    It's great. I never rinse before hand you just have to keep an eye on the filter down below (like all dishwashers) and rinse it out. I think I did mine on Sunday for the first time in like 3 months.

    I use the steam wash on all cycles so the dishes come out super clean and shiny!

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    Quote Originally Posted by clb84 View Post
    Pretty sure it's exactly the same one!

    It's great. I never rinse before hand you just have to keep an eye on the filter down below (like all dishwashers) and rinse it out. I think I did mine on Sunday for the first time in like 3 months.

    I use the steam wash on all cycles so the dishes come out super clean and shiny!
    Thank you, this one isn't the steam one. I know the one you mean. I'm concerned of the spinning wheel hitting the plates. Does it fit many?

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    Yes it fits 7 place settings so 14 dinner plates. I have some large plates and they fit well.
    Before this one I had a technika and it was small inside and would hit the plates but I haven't had any issues with this one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by clb84 View Post
    Yes it fits 7 place settings so 14 dinner plates. I have some large plates and they fit well.
    Before this one I had a technika and it was small inside and would hit the plates but I haven't had any issues with this one!
    I actually liked the sound of the steam one, so I ordered that. It should arrive next week.
    I'm hoping it's the same as the other one I cancelled, as we actually tried our dinner plate in there.

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    Igor my dishwasher today šŸ˜ƒ it's currently sitting in our trailer. I'm so excited.

    It's a 16 place setting but the bottom rack can be made completely flat. No prongs at all. Which is awesome for us as I go through so many pots etc. Looks like poor hubby will be busy tomorrow installing it.


 
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