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i enjoy our dishwasher as the alternative would be me doing the dishes.

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Would not own a coach without one

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Larry Cohen wrote:

We love our Paykel Fisher Drawer.....I dont know how easy an install would be but ours came from the factory....It's not real big but does a very good job with very minimal noise and water...I'd rather have it than storage...


In our new coach we have the same dishwasher and absolutely love it. On the other hand we also have a splendide washer/dryer. When I take the coach to the dealer this month the washer dryer is coming out! We've never had one before and it is loud, takes forever and eats up valuable storage space and takes over 2.5 hours to wash and dry a couple of pairs of jeans and a couple of towels.....We used it 3 times in 3 months on the road so if anyone is looking for one pm me and I'll make you a great deal on it.

Every campground we've gone to have wonderful laundry facilities so we decided to just keep doing it outside the coach.


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Our RV is our home, and we enjoy having the dishwasher. By having it, we tend to use the real dishes and glassware; without it, we'd be buying the paper plates at Wal-Mart.


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Personally, I don't mind washing dishes and I can do it without wasting water, too. It seems to me that a dishwasher would use more water, make a lot of noise and take up space. Unless you travel with a family of three or more, I can't see it. JMHO, of course.


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When we pull the trigger to order our new coach as soon as our place sells one of the must have will be a DW, we like it for the convience of just putting them in the DW and do a load after we've had supper. We're not fans of paper plates and it's so much easier to keep the kitchen tidy when you can put your plates away right away.

Oh the stackable washer / dryer is a must have too for fulltiming.

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JTHarley wrote:

Larry Cohen wrote:

We love our Paykel Fisher Drawer.....I dont know how easy an install would be but ours came from the factory....It's not real big but does a very good job with very minimal noise and water...I'd rather have it than storage...


In our new coach we have the same dishwasher and absolutely love it. On the other hand we also have a splendide washer/dryer. When I take the coach to the dealer this month the washer dryer is coming out! We've never had one before and it is loud, takes forever and eats up valuable storage space and takes over 2.5 hours to wash and dry a couple of pairs of jeans and a couple of towels.....We used it 3 times in 3 months on the road so if anyone is looking for one pm me and I'll make you a great deal on it.

Every campground we've gone to have wonderful laundry facilities so we decided to just keep doing it outside the coach.



Is your W/D single unit or separate stacking units? Is this common with what other people find?
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We have had 2 motorhomes one with and one without a dishwasher. The motorhome with the dishwasher spoiled my wife and therefore we will not have a motorhome without this appliance.
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JTHarley wrote:

Larry Cohen wrote:

We love our Paykel Fisher Drawer.....I dont know how easy an install would be but ours came from the factory....It's not real big but does a very good job with very minimal noise and water...I'd rather have it than storage...


In our new coach we have the same dishwasher and absolutely love it. On the other hand we also have a splendide washer/dryer. When I take the coach to the dealer this month the washer dryer is coming out! We've never had one before and it is loud, takes forever and eats up valuable storage space and takes over 2.5 hours to wash and dry a couple of pairs of jeans and a couple of towels.....We used it 3 times in 3 months on the road so if anyone is looking for one pm me and I'll make you a great deal on it.

Every campground we've gone to have wonderful laundry facilities so we decided to just keep doing it outside the coach.


If you have the Room for the Stack washer and Dryer it is great, we love the Dishwasher, and we still use it for storing our dishes, dirty when they need washing, clean when they are not used, so some dishes are in there all the time. The People that don't like the dishwasher are the ones that don't have one, LOL.


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JTHarley wrote:

Larry Cohen wrote:

We love our Paykel Fisher Drawer.....I dont know how easy an install would be but ours came from the factory....It's not real big but does a very good job with very minimal noise and water...I'd rather have it than storage...


In our new coach we have the same dishwasher and absolutely love it. On the other hand we also have a splendide washer/dryer. When I take the coach to the dealer this month the washer dryer is coming out! We've never had one before and it is loud, takes forever and eats up valuable storage space and takes over 2.5 hours to wash and dry a couple of pairs of jeans and a couple of towels.....We used it 3 times in 3 months on the road so if anyone is looking for one pm me and I'll make you a great deal on it.

Every campground we've gone to have wonderful laundry facilities so we decided to just keep doing it outside the coach.


Don't want to hi-jack this post, but, we are returning home from a 30 day trip and we have not used anything but our washer/dryer. We have not had to go to the laundry, save our quarters, or haul clothes out of the MH. We love our w/d and will not be without one.





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