LG : LDF7932ST 24 Fully Integrated Dishwasher with SteamFresh – Stainless Steel

LG : LDF7932ST 24 Fully Integrated Dishwasher with SteamFresh – Stainless Steel

  • Cleans up to 16 Place Settings
  • Design-A-Rack System
  • 3-in-1 Cutlery Baskets
  • Versatile Stemware Holder
  • Premium Finish with Matching Commercial Handle

TrueSteam Technology
The gentle power of steam! Allows for thorough cleaning of baked on foods while using less water than the other power scrub methods. Also allows for enhanced cleaning performance when cleaning fine china and stemware items on the delicate cycle.

- Controls
The controls are integrated on the top of the door allowing for a sleek and sophisticated outward appearance.

LoDecibel Quiet Operation
Very Quiet – This dishwashe

List Price: $ 1,199.99

Price: $ 1,199.99

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  1. C. Miller says:
    52 of 53 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Dishwasher with Plenty of Features, July 24, 2009
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    C. Miller (Broken Arrow, OK) –
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    This review is from: LG : LDF7932ST 24 Fully Integrated Dishwasher with SteamFresh – Stainless Steel

    We purchased this dishwasher to replace an aging Frigidaire that had just stopped getting our dishes clean. We decided that we wanted to spend a little extra and get a dishwasher that offered more options, and would match our stainless LG refrigerator purchased earlier this year.

    First of all, to get the obvious out of the way, this dishwasher is beautiful. Unlike most stainless dishwashers, the handle is more flat than round, which gives the unit a more modern and sleek feel. Also, the control are fully integrated and the layout and presentation of the buttons is intuitive and user-friendly. I have no prior experience with integrated washers, but the only con is that you can’t easily see how much time is remaining on the wash cycle because it is hidden under the lip of the counter. The only way to check is to open the door and take a peek.

    As for the interior, the tub is all stainless steel which looks fantastic and promises to hopefully stand up to staining and wear and tear better than a traditional plastic or vinyl interior. On the top and bottom racks, there are two sets of tines that are adjustable so if you are loading oddly-shaped dishes, you are more than likely going to be able to fit them in. Additionally, on the bottom rack, there is a row of tines that is completely removable in case you have large casserole dishes or baking pans that you want to load vertically. The silverware basket is removable and has slots to ensure that utensils stay standing vertically and not laying against each other during a wash cycle. On the top rack there is also a modular “shelf” attached to the edge that can be used to hold over-sized utensils. The shelf folds out of the way if you don’t need to use it.

    Now for the important part: wash performance. Included with the unit are samples of Cascade All-in-One Action Packs and a sample bottle of Cascade Rinse-Aid. To tell you now: TAKE THIS AS A SIGN!!! I can’t re-iterate how important it is to use rinse aid and decent detergent. This washer performed flawlessly using these products on the first two washes (there are only two detergent packs included). On our third load, we fell back to our old Palmolive Eco+ detergent (low phosphate) and the results were staggering. While the dishwasher was definitely cleaning better than our old one, the baked on gunk was not entirely removed from the dishes and there was a noticeable haze to the dishes that wasn’t there with the detergent packets. Through some research, we found that the low phosphate detergents are notoriously low performers. This doesn’t mean that you have to throw away money on the Action Packs though. We are now using plain ‘ole powdered Cascade and rinse-aid and our dishes are coming out spotless and shiny.

    I’ve read elsewhere that if you don’t use rinse-aid with this dishwasher, your dishes will not be dry at the end of the cycle. I haven’t encountered this issue, but I also haven’t stopped using the rinse-aid. This dishwasher does not have a heating element in the bottom of the tub, but instead uses a hybrid drying system that uses a fan to remove the moisture from the interior air. This system has worked great for us, and the only time I see leftover water is on the top rack in the concave bottoms of certain glasses. It’s not much, and I usually just keep a dish towel nearby if I encounter any and give it a quick wipe on the top.

    As for the additional cycles and settings, the steam function does work very well. As mentioned earlier when using the Palmolive Eco+, the only area of the casserole dish that really got cleaned off was the area that was right next to the steam vent. The wash cycle on this washer is a little long (Usually 2 – 2 1/2 hours) but I’m not usually in any kind of hurry to get my dishes clean, so this isn’t really an issue.

    Finally, if you’re looking for a quiet dishwasher, this is what you’re looking for. You can hardly tell when it’s running, and the sound it does make almost sounds like a very quiet babbling brook.

    Hope this helps anybody that is interested in this fantastic dishwasher.

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  2. Queen Mum to Two Princesses says:
    11 of 12 people found the following review helpful:
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Save your time and money!, June 13, 2010
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    Queen Mum to Two Princesses (San Jose, CA USA) –

    This review is from: LG : LDF7932ST 24 Fully Integrated Dishwasher with SteamFresh – Stainless Steel

    Like you, I read many reviews of many dishwashers to replace our beloved 10 year old Bosch. This dishwasher looked great and I ignored the bad reviews, as it had a good rating in Consumer Reports. Well, that was dumb. Not only was this a pain in the neck to install, it hasn’t ONCE cleaned a load of dishes well. Like other reviewers we tried different detergents, rinse agents, loading styles, etc. Our water is not hard and plenty hot. The dishes literally were dirtier after we ran the machine. They were covered in film, unusable, and not at all clean. I’ve never seen anything like it! So, after 6 weeks, we are returning it and probably going back to Bosch. I’ve never had such problems with an appliance before, nor have I reviewed one before, but I feel so strongly that I had to share my experience!

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  3. rpete says:
    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful:
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Junk…going on on my 3rd repair in 2 years, February 27, 2011
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    rpete

    This review is from: LG : LDF7932ST 24 Fully Integrated Dishwasher with SteamFresh – Stainless Steel

    Do yourself a favor and don’t buy LG…I have both an LG dishwasher and LCD tv’s..they have both broken multiple times and they are only 2 years old. LG has some major quality issues and customer service sucks!!!!!

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