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Midea Mini Dishwasher

Midea Mini Dishwasher

3.8 from 5 reviews

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Stella

StellaGreater Melbourne (Metropolitan), VIC

It's changed my life!

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After looking for a benchtop dishwasher for many years and finding them to take up too much bench space, I had all but given up and then I found this dream machine! I have a small apartment kitchen that can't fit a normal dishwasher, this is perfect, it sits in the corner and doesn't require plumbing.
It fits most things although it must be noted that normal size plates do not fit. Deep bowls also take up a lot of room so slimmer bowls are better.
There are plenty of settings, all easy to use. Dishes and cutlery are clean every time and no pre rinsing required. It's not too loud and quite economical. I would highly recommend.

Purchased in July 2019 for $479.00.

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Stoped working after 5 months

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The dishwasher worked well until 5 months later when it started giving this E4 error message.
So i sent it back to midea and they proceeded to tell me theres nothing wrong with it.
Basically they break and Midea probably wont honor the warranty, disgusting

Purchased in May 2019 for $600.00.

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Best Decision ever

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It took me a few months to make the decision and I thought about buying this dishwasher constantly. Best decision i ever made, love my mini D, Its compact, quiet and very easy to use and no plumbing required. Highly Recommend.

Purchased in July 2019 for $530.00.

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Squid

SquidAuckland

  • 6 reviews
  • 1 like

Really glad I bought it

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Purchased in April 2019 at 100% for $479.00.

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Dan S

Dan SChristcrhuch

  • 3 reviews
  • 4 likes

Good for renters if you don't have plumbing for a dishwasher

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Questions & Answers

Squid

Squidasked

The manual refers to adding rinse aid but I can't see any mention of where to put the rinse aid. Does anyone know where it goes?

Also, is the upper spray arm meant to rotate?

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Dan S
Dan S

Considering the lack of proofreading in the manual I don't think the machine is designed to use rinse aid (I think it might be a translation error). I have no idea where you would put it as there is no chamber like in a regular dishwasher. The top spray arm should rotate, although ours is pretty lethargic as it is just done by the water pressure, some cycles it might only rotate a few times and often gets stopped by tall knives in the cutlery rack.

Squid
Squid

Thanks Dan S. I think you're pretty much spot-on about the rinse aid but I'm going to email Midea's distributors here in NZ anyway. I HATE poorly-written instruction manuals. There's also mention about when the detergent dispenser 'opens' which is another bugbear because it doesn't have any sort of closure on it.

I think the top spray arm was getting blocked by a tall knife so I've removed the cover from the cutlery rack so that the cutlery can lean a bit more.


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