Frigidaire Dishwashers

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Types of dishwashers

  • Type: portable, built-in
  • Size: 18, 24 inches
  • Color: black, silver, white, stainless steel
Country of origin: USA

Warranty and durability: one-year warranty

Special recommendations

The Frigidaire dishwashing machines are usually noisier and a bit heavier than similar products of other brands. Despite being produced from high-quality materials, dishwashers may operate ineffectively due to incorrect installation. Most Frigidaire dishwashers are equipped with an electric error-code display that helps to understand what goes wrong if an error appears. A user manual helps to solve minor problems. The manufacturer recommends contacting a service center in the case of any faults.


The Frigidaire Company was established in 1916 in Indiana, USA. The company quickly became a market leader after manufacturing its first fully-automatic ice maker and a chest freezer. In 1929 the company presented its first air conditioner. In 1937 Frigidaire sold its first electric stove. The first Frigidaire washing machine was manufactured in 1947.

The company produced its first automatic dishwashers in 1954. The dishwashers were created for domestic use, however, it was also popular among owners of hotels, cafes, and restaurants. Frigidaire products quickly became associated with high quality and innovative design.

The Frigidaire Company joined the Electrolux concern in 1986. This became the beginning of a new era in the history of the brand. The next important victorious step that turned Frigidaire into a leading producer of home appliances became the development of an energy-efficient line of electric equipment.

Frigidaire dishwashers needed less energy than others. This fact made the company supported by eco-activists and those consumers who were looking for a way to cut spends on electricity.

The Frigidaire appliances were thoroughly monitored and developed to achieve maximum energy efficiency levels. Later the dishwashers were equipped with disinfection and ecological drying functions.