Danby 8-Place Setting Energy Star Portable Dishwasher, DDW1899WP

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At 18-inches wide, the Danby Energy Star Portable Dishwasher takes up minimal space. Built-in casters allow the Danby Portable Dishwasher to be easily moved out of the way or out of the room. Energy Star rated and boasting a low-water consumption feature, this Danby Dishwasher with 8-place setting capacity is eco-friendly. The Danby Portable Dishwasher has an 8-place setting capacity with silverware basket and features simple electronic controls, 6 wash cycles, and durable stainless steel spray arm and interior. Plus, the Danby Energy Star Portable Dishwasher also has a rinse agent dispenser, automatic detergent dispenser and built-in water softener system.

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At 18-inches wide, the Danby Energy Star Portable Dishwasher takes up minimal space. Built-in casters allow the Danby Portable Dishwasher to be easily moved out of the way or out of the room. Energy Star rated and boasting a low-water consumption feature, this Danby Dishwasher with 8-place setting capacity is eco-friendly. The Danby Portable Dishwasher has an 8-place setting capacity with silverware basket and features simple electronic controls, 6 wash cycles, and durable stainless steel spray arm and interior. Plus, the Danby Energy Star Portable Dishwasher also has a rinse agent dispenser, automatic detergent dispenser and built-in water softener system.


Danby Portable Dishwasher:

  • 8-place setting capacity with silverware basket
  • Energy Star compliant
  • Simple electronic controls
  • 6 wash cycles
  • Durable stainless steel spray arm and interior
  • Rinse agent dispenser
  • Automatic detergent dispenser
  • Built-in water softener system
  • Danby portable dishwasher has casters for easy portability
  • Model #DDW1899WP


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Specifications

Volts: 110 V AC
Color: White
Is Energy Star-Certified: Y
Form Factor: Portable
Material: Stainless Steel ,  Nylon Rack
Manufacturer Part Number: DDW1899WP
Model: DDW1899WP
Brand: Danby
Is Dark Sky-Compliant: Y
Features: Water Softener
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H): 26.00 x 17.69 x 36.00 Inches
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My Hands Finally Have a Break
1/20/2010

Customer review by DisneyGuys07

5.0 stars 1/20/2010 by DisneyGuys07
by DisneyGuys07
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We absolutely love this little dishwasher. Eveything about it is great. There is plenty of room to wash dishes, utensils, pots and pans, cutting boards, any large or small items. There is no center rising sprayer so you can utilize the whole lower rack. There is a spray wash arm under the bottom rack as well as the top rack. They both spin in different directions. This coupled with the sprayer on the very top of the machine does and excellent job of cleaning and rinsing anything you put in. Very quiet operation. I expected it to be much louder since it isn't surrounded by cabinets and a counter. But I was stunned to find out that it is very quiet. It fits great in our little kitchen. All we have to do is roll it off to the side of the room when not in use and it is out of the way all day. As a bonus it can be used as an extra small counter. It is the same hieght as my kitchen counter. I've actually used mine as a small center island in the kitchen when preparing a large meal. We use Great Value (Walmart* Brand) Lemon Scented Dishwasher Gel, and it does a great job in this machine. As compared to all other portable dishwashers, this is the best value and best deal, in stores and on the internet. We used the Site To Store shipping option with our order and it said the order would arrive in 7 - 14 days. We placed our order on Saturday and had our dishwasher on Thursday of the next week. Less than one week later. Sometimes I just can't wait to cook and make a mess of my dishes again. Doesn't matter to me, I won't have to wash them myself. I would highly recomend this Danby Dishwasher to anyone in the market for a portable dishwasher. (You would need a larger machine for a family with more than 4 family members I think. We have 3 family members.)

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DisneyGuys07
Sturbridge, MA
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:25 - 34
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Male
Usage:Every day
Walmart associate
I LOVE THIS MACHINE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
9/30/2011

Customer review by 2wise4u

5.0 stars 9/30/2011 by 2wise4u
by 2wise4u

This is my first Danby product and I did LOTS of research before spending $400 on it and let me tell you it was well worth the money. We didn't have money to renovate our 1960's style kitchen so we had become accustomed to washing dishes by hand until the baby came along, then hand washing got real old....real fast!!! We aren't rich people so I wanted to make sure that we didn't waste our money on a hunk of junk and so far it's been great!!! We've owned this little gem for about a month and have used it approximately 3-4 times a week. It's energy efficient so I don't expect a high water or energy bill (based on others comments). We are a family of 3 (which includes a 1 year old baby) and this little machine holds plenty of dishes, pots, pans and baby items that need to be sterilized. My one complaint (that has absolutely nothing to do with the operation of this machine) is the MANUAL!!!!! The only thing this manual is good for is leveling a wobbly table leg (and I'm not exaggerating)! You're better off doing what I did...I read reviews from this site and Amazon to learn how to use this thing and toss the manual in the garbage because it makes absolutely no sense at all. It takes about 2.5 hours on the longest setting to get the dishes clean but we start the wash before going to bed and they're done by morning. It does have a drying setting but unless you are washing glass or ceramic plates, the dishes will still be a little damp (stuff like plastic usually holds a bit of water). The way we get around this very minor inconvenience is to crack open the door in the morning and by the time we get home, the dishes are ready to be put away. I love it!!! It's like we've regained tons of counter space by eliminating the need for the dish rack that has been a fixture in our house for years. This machine is extremely quiet and with our open floor plan we don't notice it while watching tv unless it's draining the water during one of it's cycles. We've gotten used to the water draining but the first couple of times it happened it caught us off guard but we expect it now. It sounds like water running in an open faucet but only happens intermittently and is not that bad. When I picked this thing up from the store, my husband and a store associate were able to load it in our medium sized SUV. Unpacking it was a matter of cutting the straps and removing the cardboard box up and off of the unit. The unit is already on wheels and it's just a matter of lifting it out of the styro base and rolling it into place. The misc. parts that came with the machine include a white round cup like thingy, a metal threaded piece that fits onto the faucet and that's pretty much it. There's absolutely nothing in the manual about he white round cup thingy but it's supposed to be used to add salt to the machine. It also doesn't tell you that the salt to be used are the water softening salt tablets sold at Home Depot or Lowe's for about $6. There's also no instructions on how much salt and where to put it but it goes in the base of the machine to the back left. Unscrew the lid and fill the reservoir with salt and top it off with water. I've read that if you have soft water, you don't need to fill the machine with salt but the salt light on the machine will stay on but it won't hurt the machine to run it that way (according to reviewers on another site). Also there's another reservoir on the right hand side of the machine which is used to catch small food particles. We rinse our dishes before we load the washer to make sure it lasts as long as possible. You have to be careful loading the machine because the baskets aren't as heavy and sturdy as the machine sounds but nothing that would alarm anyone. The baskets are adequate in size for our needs and we don't feel the need to scrub the dishes before loading them. We've loaded all sorts of things into this machine and the dishes come out squeaky clean. Also, the metal part that comes with the machine needs to be screwed onto the existing faucet (we didn't use any plumbers tape) and we left this attachment on since the faucet operates the same with it on. The hoses in the back of the machine are double hoses. One for intake water and one for drainage. There's also a red button on the attachment that will allow you to release water from the faucet when the machine is in use. It's also used to bleed water from the system before you disconnect the hoses (so that you don't get sprayed in the face with water). To hook the system up, you simply roll it into place, take the snap on connection and press it down so that it fits over the new attachment on the faucet, and plug it in. We use generic dishwashing liquid and fill up the 25 reservoir and close the lid to the container. There are 2 containers where you put dishwashing liquid, one marked 15 and the other 25. I don't understand the significance of the markings but I get the impression that this machine was designed for non-US users. I also filled the reservoir for rinse aid (generic brand). The machine seems to heat the water well but I usually turn on the hot water just in case. To answer a question I had when running this machine at night, is the water won't continue to run when the cycle ends. $400 was a lot of money for us but it's worth every penny because I'm a paranoid mom that likes to sterilize my baby's sippy cups and utensils. I"m extremely happy with this machine and love love love it. It seems very heavy but nothing I can't handle myself.

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2wise4u
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:35 - 44
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Female
Usage:Every few days
Love this Dishwasher!
7/23/2010

Customer review by AndroidFan

5.0 stars 7/23/2010 by AndroidFan
by AndroidFan

I wish I knew about this dishwasher sooner. I have had this dishwasher for 2 weeks now. The dishwasher is perfect for family of 3. It would be a bit small for larger family. Wash cycles are about 2.25 hours but It is pretty quiet and I don't have to do them by hand. Silverware basket is small and has a really awkward handle(I removed it) but able to put bottle and "sippy" cup parts in the basket. I went to the hardware store looking for an adapter for the quick connector but was shown that after removing the washer that the quick connector has inside thread and outside thread. I was able to connect it easily to faucet and found out later, I could connect it directly to my water filter.

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AndroidFan
Arkansas
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:35 - 44
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Male
Usage:Every day
works great!
2/16/2010

Customer review by rockhoundmomandbestwife

5.0 stars 2/16/2010 by rockhoundmomandbestwife
by rockhoundmomandbestwife

I was a little disapointed about the size but when I opened the dishwasher it was bigger then I expected. I love how great it works! I put some really mucky looking dishes in and they all came out clean.

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rockhoundmomandbestwife
marsing,Idaho
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:25 - 34
Ownership:1 week or less
Gender:Female
Usage:Every day
12/30/2011

Customer review by rollsindian

5.0 stars 12/30/2011 by rollsindian
by rollsindian

I bought this dishwasher for myself for Christmas. It's perfect for a single person. No more dirty dishes in the sink! ;)

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rollsindian
Chambersburg, Pa
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:55 - 64
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Female
Usage:Every few days
Exellent dishwasher, horrible manual
8/11/2010

Customer review by crocAtWalmart

5.0 stars 8/11/2010 by crocAtWalmart
by crocAtWalmart

We have this dishwasher for a month, and so far it does excellent job on our dishes, pots, pans etc. Stainless interior is really nice, it works quietly. However, the manual is so poorly written, it tells you just the obvious things that you can figure out yourself. For example, it doesn't tell you for how long each cycle runs and what steps it goes through. It has a confusing statement about a 'program memory' function: "Cutting off power supply during washing will not reset the current wash program". I hoped that it will continue washing after a power failure. However, the customer service explained that "The power function does not relate to when the power goes out. If there were to be a power failure the unit would not go back to the cycle it was preset at, you would have to restart the dishwasher." I still have no idea about what they meant by that power function. Next, it doesn't explain built-in water softener system. The funnel that was mentioned by one of the previous reviewers is actually needed to refill salt reservoir which is located under the spray arm. I know that because I came from Europe and the same softener system is used in European dishwashers. You can buy dishwasher salt there and add to that reservoir to soften your water which gives you better results. I assume that water in the US is already softened. I didn't want to move the dishwasher to the sink each time we want to wash dishes, so I connected my dishwasher directly to water line and drain which was a big challenge since the hoses have non-standard thread and the only option for me was to cut water hose and use several fittings to connect both hoses to water and drain. I can still reconnect the original sink attachment if I want to use it in the future (see the picture). Other than that, it's a wonderful dishwasher that exactly fits in the small spot in our kitchen and saves us lots and lots of time and effort.

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crocAtWalmart
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:25 - 34
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Male
Usage:Every day
10/22/2012

Customer review by Divinebovine26

5.0 stars 10/22/2012 by Divinebovine26
by Divinebovine26

I have had this dishwasher about 2 weeks and I absolutely LOVE it! I use it everyday and have ZERO complaints. This is perfect for a couple :) This is the second Danby washer I have owned and I would recommend that brand to everyone.

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Divinebovine26
Memphis, TN
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:25 - 34
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Female
Usage:Every day
Perfect
8/19/2013

Customer review by Jcro2066

5.0 stars 8/19/2013 by Jcro2066
by Jcro2066
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This dishwasher was bought for our summer cottage and it fits perfect and is quit.And it was half the price from Walmart I check Homedepot and Lowes for the same unit and it was almost double.

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Jcro2066
NH
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:55 - 64
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Male
Usage:Every few days
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I should have bought this earlier!
2/14/2011

Customer review by AntLover

5.0 stars 2/14/2011 by AntLover
by AntLover

I have been without a dishwasher since we moved to this house 5 years ago. Our kitchen is small and a full size portable would be too big. The Danby is a perfect solution. I have been using it for three weeks and the dishes come out beautifully clean. In fact I could tell which Corelle had been washed in the machine because they were whiter so I promptly washed all my dishes and now all my dishes sparkle. I found the reviews on this site and the answers to questions extremely helpful. I chose site to store delivery and was glad that I have an SUV. It is heavy but once unpacked the casters allow for easy movement. I haven't had any problems except I wish it wasn't white but it wipes clean easily. I also enjoy the extra counter space. I researched dishwasher options for over two years. I was nervous that the Danby machine was quite a bit cheaper than other 18 inch portable options but this machine has exceeded my expectations and I wish I had puchased it much earlier.

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AntLover
Decatur, Illinois
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:45 - 54
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Female
Usage:Every day
Did not work!
9/6/2010

Customer review by MomLovesThePackers

1.0 stars 9/6/2010 by MomLovesThePackers
by MomLovesThePackers

I was so excited to receive this product! Ordered it from walmart.com. It was small, but fit quite a bit of dishes inside. The manual left a bit to be desired, which I was prepared for from reading other reviews. Got everything ready, hooked it up, the lights came on, but nothing happened. It didn't run. I called Danby customer service, who told me that I had to have softener salt in it in order for it to actually run even though the manual said otherwise. Bought salt and put it in, same thing. called customer service again and explained, now they said no I didn't need salt for it to run. They recommend I take it to a service provider or return it to the store. I would have tried another one, in case mine was just a defective piece, but my store doesn't stock them and I wasn't going to go through the trouble of ordering online and then loading and unloading at store again if I got another defective one. Either way, danby's customer service was HORRIBLE!!

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Would recommend to a friend? No
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I bought a Sears Kenmore portable dishwasher about 15 years ago. Back then it cost me $650. It was no bigger than this Danby model. It died last year. The problems I've read about here (leaking, getting stuck on a wash cycle, not drying dishes) I had with the Kenmore dishwasher. This seems like a great deal. My Question... Do you have to rinse your dishes free of all food before you put them in the dishwasher or can you put them in with no pre-rinsing. Does it have some kind of filter?
by an anonymous customer 8/12/2010
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  • A. I have not had any of those issues, BUT I rinse my dishes immediately after I eat. This is best for ANY dishwasher. It puts SOOOOO much wear and tear on a machine to do that, so if you're willing to pay the price, go ahead. No filter, but place for salt for hard water.
    by RemodelerFromTexas3/6/2011
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  • A. hmm i never had any problems.. i had mine one year and no leasks or getting stuck. i washed plates with dryed syrup on them and no prob. sometimes i get like a white water stain on a bowel but just re-wash it. no biggy. i never messed with the salt though so maybe that's why. other's say to use salt well i never messed with that
    by IheartWmart1/3/2011
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  • A. Yes, it has a filter that you would have to clean manually. I rinse/scrap off food solids, but not dried liquids. Seems to work great. My dishes come out sparkling clean.
    by terrytiredcold8/12/2011
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  • A. I purchased this dishwasher a few weeks ago and have probably ran fifteen or so loads. So far I've only had two dishes come out not completely clean. I have been able to put some pretty gnarly dishes and have them come out completely clean. I had older Kenmore model a few years ago and loved it. I sold it and moved and bought another older, different model, Kenmore at my new place and it was horrible. That's why I went with the Danby. It's awesome. The hardware seems a little more fragile than other manufacturers I've used, but it cleans really well. Better than any model I've ever personally used. Filters? Yes, there are several. It has a combination of three filters (coarse and two fine) that work very well.
    by cladd10/12/2010
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  • A. Yes you can rinse or you can just set it in, either way the machine does it job i hope this helps
    by Ourfirstdishwasher10/3/2010
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  • A. I don't pre-rinse, but I don't put in chunks of food either. A stray spaghetti squash string may slip past me. The machine has a filter. Filters can get plugged, so that is a possibility. But, I haven't had a problem yet.
    by Takingcareofdad9/21/2010
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  • A. I find that I don't have to rinse most of the dishes. I have found that dried scrambled eggs and pasta sauce doesn't come off as easily.
    by Metalcaster9/17/2010
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  • A. Yes there is a filter. I rinse mine off only because I don't want to have to rewash if something doesn't come clean. Some things not pre-rinsed have come perfectly clean and others haven't. Not sure why. Maybe the placement.
    by roketpopgirl8/19/2010
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  • A. I never rinse dishes (even very spoiled with pieces of food) because I don't want to spend any of my time on dishes since I bought this dishwasher. So far it does excellent job. The dishes/pots/pans/etc. always come out clean if you choose the right cycle. Yes, it does have two removable filters. One coarse for big pieces of food, and one fine for filtration of circulating water.
    by crocAtWalmart8/19/2010
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I have heard the people have had problems with the hose on their sink not being able to handle pressure and blowing off sending water everywhere is this something that really happens?
by nfldshorty21 4/17/2010
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  • A. nope, only if you already had an old faucet that was already leaking or about to leak soon. This intensifies the leaking.
    by RemodelerFromTexas3/6/2011
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  • A. no.. if you didn't click it in right then yes i've had that happen but you figure out after the first time of how to connect it properly.. or when you are done with the cycle turn the water off THEN disconect the hose... no prob with this.. you have to be smarter than the dw
    by IheartWmart1/3/2011
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  • A. I haven't had any problems. Just make sure it's really attached to the faucet. I have this dishwasher at a cabin in Northern Minnesota & absolutely love it.
    by terrytiredcold12/18/2010
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  • A. ONly if you dont connect it tight. Push the top piece in, connect to faucet, then when you release tug a bit, if it isnt in the grooves like it should be, it will pop right off. If it is you cant pull it off without pushing the top piece back in again.
    by Shelley1011/28/2010
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  • A. Hmmmm Not a problem with me and I have good presure in the city, Just make sure it is on probably
    by PLeem11/9/2010
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  • A. No, if the faucet adaptor is secure and the hose is fastened properly. Like all portables, connect the hose and before stepping away from the sink test the hose by a slight tug downward to assure the connection is secured. If it isn't the hose will come off in your hand before the water has been turned on. Just some practical things I learned with our 1950s portable. I've had no problems with this dishwasher.
    by Takingcareofdad9/17/2010
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  • A. Danby warns against using with a sink sprayer. However I have used my Danby on a sink with a sprayer for the last 5 yrs. with no problems. It is now starting to leak at the bottom of the machine so I decided not to spend the money to repair it . Instead I just ordered another new one! It runs for a long time 1.5 hrs but it does a great job.
    by tham4907/8/2010
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  • A. I haven't had any problems with the hose on my sink. It doesn't even leak drops. It's pretty well designed. In my opinion they either have faulty hose or they're doing something wrong.
    by An anonymous customer5/28/2010
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  • A. I haven't had that problem. My hose has never come loose. I DID have a problem finding an adapter that would fit both the spigot and the dishwasher adapter.
    by TiddlDwink5/15/2010
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  • A. The hoses are coming from a compartment on the back and can swivel a little to match up with the water source.
    by Sharonintn1/28/2013
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  • A. Hoses and power cord are located on the back, in the middle. When I got my dishwasher, I had to remove the back pannel, as the power cord would not pull out. I think during shipping the cord and hoses just were shaken and settled. It was not difficult to remove the back panel. Just do not lose any of the screws.
    by Gloweb1/9/2013
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  • A. In the middle/ back side,halfmast56
    by thekygent11/13/2012
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  • A. I just checked with my wife and she said in the center of the back.
    by tumbleweedtaylor11/13/2012
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  • A. The back
    by odji11/12/2012
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  • A. If you're looking from the front of the dishwasher, the hoses are directly centered in the back. However, they are flexible and you can roll the dishwasher to the left or the right of your sink/faucet
    by Divinebovine261/21/2013
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  • A. back at the top
    by ceebabs10/20/2012
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  • A. the hoses and plugs are on the back in the center.
    by oneari1/8/2013
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  • A. All of the hoses are attached at the back of the unit.
    by DanbyAuthorizedRep8/3/2015
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Warranty Plan

Walmart Product Care Plans
A limited product warranty is included free for most items. With an optional Walmart Care Plan you can enhance the manufacturer's coverage from the date of purchase. Walmart Product Care Plans cover 100% of the cost for repair or replacement, including shipping charges for the exchange.

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Product warranty:  12 months See details

Warranty Information: In-Home Service Warranty: 12 months parts and labor. Installation and/or Yearly Maintenance (cleaning) are not covered under warranty.
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