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Depth - Closed Door (with Handle): 21 in. 7" | Depth - Door Shut (without Handle): 20" | Depth With Door Open 90 Degrees: 29" | Dishwasher Size: 21" | Height - Maximum: 17.5" | Dishwasher Size: 21" | Height - Maximum: 17.5" Height - Minimum: 17" | Diameter - Minimum: 2" 2" | 21" Product Depth Height of the product: 17" | Width of the product: 7" Product Width: 19" | Product Height: 2" Product Dimensions: 7" | Product Weight: 44 oz. 1 lb
Wash a variety of dishes (up to 10-inches in diameter) with the six-place setting capacity, which includes folding rack shelves and a cutlery basket.
Quick installation: Includes a quick connect assembly, as well as accessories and adapters, for a direct connection to your faucet.
Seven wash programs: Get full-size dishwasher cleaning in a countertop-sized compact unit with seven wash programs: heavy, normal, baby care, light, glass, Speed 45 min, and self-clean.
Extra-drying function: this feature adds additional heat to the final rinse to improve drying results; however, it can only be used with the following programs: heavy, Normal, light, glass, and baby care.
Washing at a high rate The dishwasher is effectively cleaned thanks to the self-cleaning program.
Child lock: This option prevents children from accidentally starting the dishwasher by locking the buttons on the control panel.
Easy-to-use controls: The LED digital controls provide a clear picture of wash controls, and the rinse aid/water supply failure indicators illuminate when the dishwasher is low on rinse and no water is reaching it.
Durable and powerful: With a stainless steel Heavy-Duty Interior Tub, you can rest assured that this machine is up to the task.
Detergents: pods, liquid, and powder detergents are all acceptable, but detergent tablets should only be used during long cycles to ensure that the tablets fully dissolve.
Questions & Answers
I'm not sure what you're talking about. How can the kitchen not flood if the faucet is turned on? How do you figure out what setting to use?
It connects to the faucet and uses the same hose to discharge. When you connect it to the dishwasher's back, it splits into two hoses. One for inflowing water and the other for outflowing water. It spits out a small amount at a time and cycles in and out of the sink. The quick connect to the hose is watertight, and the pressure isn't high enough to break the connection and cause flooding. In all sinks, the water is always on. The valve is simply opened by turning the handle. The 'valve' in the dishwasher opens and closes on its own.
Is this going to work if the water pressure is low?
The dishwasher starts a cycle but then stops and beeps, flashing an error code for low water pressure because it can't fill the tank at the required rate. The hose pressure is crucial, and it works perfectly with the sink turned on all the way.
Is the grey water in the dishwasher drained by gravity? Is there a way to install this below the sink with an internal pump?
This dishwasher operates similarly to a regular dishwasher, with the exception that it only accepts cold water and heats it. It takes 30 minutes to 1 hour 45 minutes to wash the dishes, and the dishes are always clean. You can either connect it to a sink or use PEX to cut the connector off the hose and connect it directly to a water line. (Which I did) I put the drain hose in the sink to empty it, and yes, it pumps the water out just like a regular dishwasher. The only thing it doesn't do is make the dishes dry. They're so hot that if you open the door after the cycle, they'll sit and dry like dishes on a dish rack. We adore ours, and the price is unbeatable.
Is it possible to clean a pot or skillet that is the size of a dutch oven?
yes! I have no problems washing my pots and pans in there, and I absolutely adore it!! The most amazing thing that has ever happened!
Selected User Reviews For Farberware Professional FCD06ABBWHA Compact Portable Countertop Dishwasher with 6 Place Settings and Silverware Basket, LED Display, Energy Star, White
"I wish my small apartment had a dishwasher, but it does; "You're welcome," says the narrator, adding, "and you This was purchased for my one-bedroom apartment
Dishes are one of my least favorite things to do. not to mention "squandering" gallons upon gallons of water People frequently inquire about the presence of a HEATING ELEMENT in this unit. "Don't touch the heating element," says the manual, which also includes descriptions of each cycle, some of which have varying Celsius temperatures. It has to have some kind of heating element, according to a logical person. I'm not sure why they don't market it; perhaps it's because it's a standard in the industry, but I'm not sure. My cheap apartment faucet's water temperature is so finicky, either scalding or ice cold, that when I run the washer, I just keep it in the middle. As far as I'm concerned, this thing works great! There's no way I'd be able to get my dishes to look and feel this clean. Get the powder or gel instead of the pods to save yourself a headache. The pod was still sitting at the bottom of the washer, staring up at me, un-washed, after my first normal cycle. disintegrated It's a good thing I bought a package of a hundred of these. So I just cut them and pour the powder inside the flap and do it that way, which works fine and produces surprisingly little noise. When the pump is on and making noise, as well as when the water sprays into the sink, it can be quite loud for about a half-minute at a time. It's not the water or the washing cycle that I'm referring to when I say "noise," but rather a deep bass-like sound. rumbling; I'm fairly certain it's the water pump, as I previously stated. I just wanted to make it clear in case anyone thinks there's a problem with their unit, there isn't. For me, installation was a breeze; all I had to do was screw it on and connect it with the quick connect; also, this is not a large basket, in my opinion. I find it difficult to believe that they can do a full sink of dishes and still have room. Although, if you have smaller plates, cups, and other items in general, you will be better off, so this may be true. I'll be buying a new dish set in the near future, and I'll be thinking about the size. Also, don't get too worked up about the small "shelves" on which the coffee cups are displayed. Those must be tiny cappuccino cups, because the inside isn't all that big. When I'm finished, I drain as much as I can from the tubes and reel it up like a hose outside before sliding my washer forward and behind it. Ta- daa! Overall, I like this dishwasher, and my cursing has decreased significantly since dinner: **PS. )br>br> If anyone could explain to me how this device keeps water within the pressurized tubes but does not need to expel it every 10 seconds, that would be great! I'm 100% this thing saves a ton of water because you have to leave the faucet on for the entire time you use it, and it only pump water a couple of times So it's clear that it's not always using water, haha. All I'm interested in is how it works, so thank you!.
| Feb 13, 2021
It's a new day! Dishes are something I despise, to say the least
Since I moved into this apartment five years ago, I haven't had a dishwasher. I am a stay-at-home mom to two young children, ages four and three. Husband rarely comes home from work. Dishes were always piled high in our sink and on our counter. Dishes are always done, and this item has improved my quality of life. My work surfaces are free of debris. I don't have a lot of counter space, but I think it's worth it. I've had it for three months and use it every day, if not twice. It's performing admirably.
| Dec 13, 2021
A PLUMBER WILL BE REQUIRED - THE INSTALLATION PROCESS IS DIFFICULT! This product's manufacturer assumes you have the EXACT TYPE OF FAUCET required to use it, which is like winning the lottery
It also comes with NO ADAPTERS and NO INSTRUCTIONS on how to proceed if you don't have the correct faucet. br>MOST IMPORTANT OF ALL - This information is conveniently left out of the purchase process in the product descriptions. Why aren't there any diagrams or descriptions of the type of faucet(s) you'll need to operate this white elephant? Worse, many of the reviews emphasize how simple it is to set up. Well, it could be if you have the correct type of faucet. But there's no way I'm going to find out. If I want to keep this, I'll have to hire a plumber to replace the faucet. br>WOULD YOU LIKE TO SEND IT BACK? It would be a nightmare to effectively repack this monster. br>It's also bigger than the photos make it appear.
| Dec 19, 2021
Great Dishwasher for a Small Space
This dishwasher may be small, but it's a force to be reckoned with. It was simple to set up right out of the box with no tools needed, and everything was simple to hand tighten, which is all most simple plumbing requires. When the loading instructions and diagrams are followed, it cleans the dishes effectively. I used a generic brand of dish pod and had no problems with it on normal and heavy cycles, but they don't dissolve completely on shorter cycles, so avoid pods and opt for powder or gel instead. For the most part, the dishwasher runs quietly; the loudest part of the cycle occurs when the water is discharged. Some additional information that I wish had been included in other reviews:
- The included quick connect is a 15/16 male, which will fit on most standard faucets. If you have a non-standard faucet, or a Moen brand faucet, make sure to order an adapter from Amazon or your local hardware store (no, they don't have them in stock; I checked three different chains!).
- When connecting the hoses, I found it easier to connect the discharge hose first so it wouldn't float around while I connected the inlet hose, which was a little more difficult to connect because it kept cross threading (also, don't have your partner on the phone while trying to connect because you'll just want to throw your phone across the room).
- Even though you can technically use either, using hot water instead of cold water improves overall performance. br>- The owner's manual does say that you should use a rise aid to avoid hard water spots on your dishes, and this dishwasher does have a reservoir for a rinse aid to be dispensed from (a detail that was not clear from the pictures or the listing).
| Sep 17, 2021
I was blown away by how well this dishwasher performed
It was QUICK and EASY to assemble, cleans beautifully, and fits perfectly in my small kitchen. It's exactly what I needed! I wash dishes for a family of three (pots and pans in a separate load to save space) and it works just as well as a full-size built-in dishwasher!.
| Jun 02, 2021