I understand that the previous IKEA dishwasher were all Whirlpool's but there is no compairable dishwasher in the current Whirlpool product offerings... So, I am hoping somebody can give me a confirmation by having looked at one. Currently, I am actually 99% convinced it is not a whirlpool...
, these are the NEW Renlig's with the inside controls)
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The image on the US site of the new Renlig dishwasher is the same image used on the French site for the Renlig DWH B00 W dishwasher, even if they have slightly different specifications (24" is 1 cm larger than the standard 60 cm size here in Europe).
I called Boston and they don't have one in the store yet. . . it doesn't give any specs as to how much water is used, or how loud it is at all. I think I'm still going to go ahead, I'm dying for an integrated
DW can mean Dear or Darling Wife (or substitute your expletive), or alternatively DishWasher. Take your clues from the context.
The kitchen sale is starting on March 13th so I wanted to get more info on this dishwasher. They told me the panel ready model is the Whirlpool model # IUD9500VX but I still can't find anything on that.
Ok, here's how you find it. Thanks to Ikea in Conshy for their help. Go to Whirlpool's main site. Then go to customer support and the
. There is one about owners manuals and parts lists and it lets you enter in the model number. The model number I listed above is for the panel ready version. You have to search for them in this backwards way because they're made for Ikea only. If you type the number in the general search on the
site, you'll get no results.
W is a wall cabinet designation, as in W18, can be a stand-in for Wide, or when followed by a / stands for With.