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Old 02-21-2014, 09:49 AM   #1
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Does any have a dishwasher in their rv other than you

Hello to all,
My wife is wanting in stall a dishwasher in our rv, would like feedback on is it worth and what brands are available. Looks the size is the problem, is there any thing less than 17" high and 23" wide?

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I would like to remove the oven and install a dishwasher. Wouldn't be hard to hook up, but like you said, size is the problem.
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Our current (new last fall) coach has a dishwasher, which we've used a couple of times, and seems to work well. It's a Fisher-Paykel "dishwasher in a drawer." I don't know what the dimensions are, and it's raining, so I'm not going outside to check. Sorry ...
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Old 02-21-2014, 02:40 PM   #4
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Ours is an 06 and we are not the original owner, but it has a dishwasher in it. When we purchased the MH 3 years ago, the pack of dishwasher soap was still in the original plastic as it is still today.
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Ours is an 06 and we are not the original owner, but it has a dishwasher in it. When we purchased the MH 3 years ago, the pack of dishwasher soap was still in the original plastic as it is still today.
I didn't know you could wash paper plates!
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we have a Fisher-Paykel also but have never used it
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Our Fisher sits in a 16 1/2 by 23 1/4 opening. so pretty close!!
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With only 2 of us on the coach I find it easier to just wash the dishes by hand. I then dry and put them right away. My wife has never expressed her thoughts on whether I need a dishwasher or not. I guess I don't need one.
She is still on vacation. Two years now.
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John song we are in the same boat. I wash and dry. My wife's been on vacation for two coaches and loves it. Momma happy everybody is happy.
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We have one she usually rides shotgun
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Had one in another coach, never used it. It became the plate storage area, after that we decided that storage space is much more important than a dishwasher.
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We have one and both are happy it's there. Is good to hide lunch dishes until dinner is over. Then run them all. Fisher/Paykel drawer type.
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I didn't know you could wash paper plates!
One side at a time. Do not submerge or scrub hard.
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Old 02-22-2014, 11:07 AM   #14
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We have one in our rig. I didn't particularly want one (would rather have the storage) but since it was there when we bought it I do use it about once a month to keep it in working shape. It can hold most of the days dishes.

We are fulltimers so that would make a difference. It is the Fisher Paykel.
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