Akso's D5534XXLFI fully integrated tall tank dishwasher comes available in 3 different colors or a consumer suppled custom panel. It features a stainless steel tank, LED display, 9 programs, 14 place settings, turbo drying and delayed start times.
- 7Spray™ Wash System
- Turbo Drying™ System
- PowerZone™ Pots & Cutlery
- 9 Wash Programs
- 6 Wash & Rinse Temps (160¢ª)
- Fully Integrated (FI) Requires Door Panel
- Premuim Upper Rack
- 9" Clearance in Upper Rack
- Exclusive Lower Rack
- 13 3/4" Clearance in Lower Rack
- 14 Place-setting Capacity
- Adjustable Stemware Shelves (2)
- Quiet Operation – 48 dB(A)
- Up to 7 3/4¢© Reveal Toe-Kick Height
- Delay Start – 24 hr
- Rack Handles (Upper/Lower)
- Standard D5000 XXL Dishwasher Features
- Exclusive EasyInstall™ Installation System
- Exclusive Super Cleaning System™ (SCS)
- Exclusive 8Steel™ Quality Construction
- Exclusive PowerZone™ Cleaning Zones
- Exclusive AquaSafe Leak protection™
- Exclusive 2 Plus 1 Warranty Protection
- Exclusive World’s Most Usable Space
- Exclusive Tallest Loading Height
- Exclusive Industry’s Largest Capacity
- FlexiRacks™ Ensure Easy Loading
- Energy Star® Qualified
- Low Water & Energy Consumption
- Environmentally Certified – ISO14001
- 3.8 Gallon Water Usage (Normal)
- Dual Pump & Motor System
- Guaranteed Wash & Rinse Temperatures
- 160¢ª Wash & Rinse Temperatures
- Triple Filtration – Stainless Steel Self-cleaning
- Quiet Operation as low as 44 dB(A)
- Quality Certified – ISO9001
- 18:9 Stainless Steel Tank, Filters & Spray Arms
- 100% Factory Tested
- One-Piece Galvanized Steel Base Pan
- Auto-Reversing Pump – Anti-Jam Technology
- Program Memory Recalls Last Program
- Up to 7 3/4" Reveal Toe-Kick Height (XXLFI Models)
- 3 Door Panel Capable (FI Models)
- User-friendly Control Systems
- Seam Welded Stainless Steel Tanks
- End of Program Signal (Hidden Control Models)
- Knife Guard
- AquaDetect™ Sensor
- AquaLevel™ Sensor
- 32 1/4" Height Installation Capability (*ADA)
|Number of programs||9|
|Delayed Start (hours)||24 h|
|Total annual energy consumption (kWh)||231 kWh|
|Average water usage (gal)||2.6 (Quick Wash)|
|Current (A)||15 A|
|Dimensions / Weight|
|Variable machine height (min & max) (inches)||33 7 / 8 - 36|
|Width (inches)||23 5 / 8|
|Depth (inches)||22 7 / 8|
|Depth with door open (inches)||49 1 / 2|
|Largest loadable dish in lower basket (inches)||13 3 / 4|
|Noise level dB(A)||48|
|Stainless Steel hidden heating element||Yes|
|Tank material||18:9 Stainless steel|
This item is brand new and comes with a full manufacturer warranty. Please refer to the table below for details
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- 100% Parts and Labor
- No Deductibles
- No Lemon Guarantee
- Fully Transferable
- Toll-Free Support
- Worry Free For Up to 5 Years
- Nationwide Coverage
- Rapid Claim System
- Electronic Registration
||Extended Service Plan
||Typical Manufacturer Warranty
|Up to 5 Years including parts and labor
||1 Year Parts, 90 Days Labor
Wear and Tear(Normal Use)
Product Replacement (If Product Cannot be Fixed)
Optional Accidental Damage
Screen or Lens Replacement
24/7 Toll Free Help
No Lemon Policy
Authorized Service Centers in Most Locations
What exactly is an Extended Service Plan?
An extended service plan is generally an extension of your original manufacturer's warranty. Most manufacturers warranty their products to be free from defects for up to one year from the date of purchase. This warranty virtually guarantees you that if your newly purchased product fails, the manufacturer will protect you from the high costs of replacement parts and labor necessary to repair your product. Extended service plans lengthen your product's coverage for up to an additional 60 months (5 years) to insure you get years of performance satisfaction from your newly purchased product.
How is this different than the manufacturer's warranty?
A manufacturer's warranty usually offers limited coverage for a limited time, with parts and labor carrying separate lengths of coverage. For example, a common manufacturer warranty of a product might cover a consumer for one full year on parts defects but only 90 days on the high cost of labor involved to change those parts. Extended service plans provide comprehensive, long term, even length coverage. This means that should your product fail within your plans coverage time frame, both parts and labor costs are covered.
How do I buy an Extended Service Plan?
Extended Service Plans can be purchased along with your product online, or via our toll free number.
Can I renew my Consumer Priority Service extended service plan?
Yes, service plans are renewable and must be submitted 30 days prior to the original plans expiration. Please contact a sales representative to discuss your renewal options.
What should I do if I need extended service?
Our extended service providers offer an easy to use interactive form online which you may use to request that they initiate a claim on your product. Your other alternative is to call the toll-free number on your extended warranty card or email and have a qualified representative make this request for you with the information you will provide. We believe that our claim initiation request process is the absolute best our industry has to offer. It is designed for simplicity and speed.
Who will perform the service on my product?
Our company works with over 11,000 authorized service professionals. Each technician is extensively trained by the respective manufacturers to provide service on your products. Authorized technicians must complete annual and bi-annual continued education exams in addition to being well versed in manufacturer supplied update bulletins to ensure their level of expertise is as current as the new products which come to market. We urge our customers to provide feedback regarding their experiences which we later use to insure that the level of service we are expected to provide is exactly the level of service you receive.
May I transfer my extended service plan to another person?
Our service plans are 100% transferable. If you would like transfer ownership of the covered product along with its coverage, we require that the request be supplied in writing. For assistance please contact a Representative. Please have all of the new owner's information at hand when requesting a transfer.
Will I have to pay a deductible or any other "hidden costs"?
Generally, the amount of a deductible is almost always proportional to the amount of the premium charged. In order to have a lower deductible, even as low as $0, the plan holder would generally have to agree to a higher premium. For those who want lower premiums, they must agree to a higher deductible. Our extended service plans carry a $0.00 deductible along with low premiums. This means that with an extended service plan there are no high upfront costs and they are committed to cover 100% parts and labor costs on any authorized claim.
When purchasing a dishwasher, there are a few things to keep in mind. In order to choose the best features for you and your family, you must decide how often you will use the dishwasher and what you will be washing. Another thing to take into account is how much energy and water each model will use. We suggest purchasing an Energy Star model.
If you plan on using the dishwasher more then one time each day, it is recommended to purchase one with an accelerated wash cycle and a thermal heating feature to quickly dry dishes
If you bake or host big parties, you should choose a model with adjustable racks to fit baking sheets and party platters. Find Adjustable Rack Dishwashers Here
If it takes you a week to dirty enough dishes to wash one load, look for a model with the option to wash the top-rack only or the bottom-rack only
If you have a large family, you should select a dishwasher with a higher capacity, such as a tall tub design. You may also want to consider a dishwasher that has adjustable racks and a capacity of up to 15 place settings at a time. Find Large Capacity Dishwashers Here.
A number of models include a built-in food disposal. Other models paired this built-in food disposal with other features such as multidirectional spray jets and rinse-and-soak cycles. These features can save you the hassle of hand-rinsing dishes, glasses and flatware before placing them into a dishwasher. If dishes are pre-rinsed using a dishwasher pre-rinse cycle, approximately one gallon of water is used compared to 25 gallons of water pre-rinsing in the sink.
The Soap and Detergent Association recommends a water temperature of more than 130 degrees Fahrenheit, and other sources recommend temperatures up to 160 degrees Fahrenheit, which makes it very important for a dishwasher to be able to reach high temperatures. Having a high-temperature cycle (or rinse) will ensure that you sanitize the dishwasher's contents. You can also look for dishwashers with an option called NSF sanitizing rinse. The NSF national standard establishes evaluation criteria to ensure residential dishwashers clean and sanitize dishes effectively to help prevent food borne illness. Some models have internal water heaters which raise water temperatures to 160 degrees Fahrenheit thus allowing a household to keep the water heater turned down to an energy saving 120-degrees and get the desired results from a dishwasher.
There are a few dishwashers with self-cleaning filter systems. If the dishwasher does not have this feature then you will need to manually empty the filter periodically, Failure to do so can negatively affect daily performance, as well as increase the likelihood of damage to the machine.
Below is a list of the main features of a Dishwasher:
Auto-Clean/Sensor A mechanism within the machine that is intended to adjust water levels to the soil of the dishes
Automatic Temperature Control Heats the water as it enters the machine, insuring proper water temperature.
Child Lock-Out Feature Prevents children from operating the unit.
Controls Both mechanical and electronic controls are common.
Three cycles (light, normal, and heavy) will handle most loads. Some models offer many more, but three should be sufficient. The most important dishwashing cycles are Light, Regular, Pots & Pans and Econo settings. The econo cycle will air dry dishes saving on heating element energy costs. Enhanced cycles such as Glass or Stemware, Rinse, Quick Wash, Pots Scrub and Sanitize Wash are features you want to have, but expect to pay more. A stainless steel dishwasher interior is a beautiful feature but will not improve washing performance - it is mainly a style option. However, a stainless steel dishwasher washing arm will not rust and will be more durable.
Dishwasher Performance Features
Performance is influenced by the number of washing levels - how and where the jets of water are distributed during the dishwashing cycle. A three tier system will provide a good washing and more levels will ensure even better coverage, but price will be influenced. A 'quiet' package is also a good feature. Dishwasher detergent and rinse agent dispensers are usually standard features and a detergent dispense system ensures the right amount to clean the load. Electronic dirt sensors are definitely nice-to-have features. A child safety lock is important if you have small children.
Energy Star Qualified To see our assortment of energy star dishwashers, click here.
The unit meets the new federal energy consumption guidelines. This feature allows you to save money and help conserve energy. ENERGY STAR qualified dishwashers use at least 41 percent less energy than the federal minimum standard for energy consumption. These dishwashers use “smart” features such as effective washing action, energy-efficient motors, and sensors that determine the necessary cycle length and water temperature.
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) have certain height guidelines and We are proud to provide dishwashers that comply. Also, our ADA dishwashers are helpful when remodeling a kitchen or dealing with a smaller space. For more information regarding the Americans with Disabilities Act, please visit www.ada.gov. To see our assortment of ADA compliant dishwashers, click here.
Removes small food particles from the wash water. Some models require that you remove the filter regularly for cleaning.
Removes large pieces of food from inside the unit.
Rinse Aid Dispenser
Automatically dispenses the rinse aid to speed drying and help eliminate spotting. Some dispensers automatically adjust the amount of aid dispensed to the hardness of the water.
A feature that delays operation up to 12 hours. This allows you to take advantage of off-peak electric rates and to use hot water at a time when it is not being used by other household members.
Both plastic and stainless steel are common. Plastic is cheaper, but may crack or discolor. Stainless steel will not.