Summary: After little more than three years and running 2 X per week all lights flashing. Recommended repair people surmised the control panel needed replacing after they spoke with Electrolux. Replaced today but unit still fills and then immediately empties. Only thing left is the motor. Replacing the control panel was $150. To replace the motor is $100 (not under warrantee) plus about another $250 in labor as the entire machine has to be pulled out (based on 2 hours +).
Cons: Electrical issues non stop! First it was the water error message...poor sealing around the door hinging is my thoughts. Control panel touch controls needs to be improved. Needs a way to reset the control so you know what the problem is.
Cons: This dishwasher broke down the first time shortly after we bought it. We have had the technicians out four times, and it has broken down again. We are no longer under warranty. It is so annoying, that we are just going to buy a new dishwasher.
Summary: It amazes me to see comments like these and that companies make no effort to fix their design problems. (21 1-star, 0 5-star) You remodel the kitchen and replace a still working but ugly 22 year old Kenmore, buy what you think is a quality Electrolux EIDW 6105GS1A dishwasher from Lowes (@ $1200.00), find that it washes dishes OK, very pleased at the low noise level.
Summary: We bought the Electrolux EIDW6105GS at Nebraska Furniture. This is hands down the absolutely worst dishwasher we have ever had in our lives. First time it crapped out it was under warranty. We begged them to replace it but they just kept adding new parts until it stopped leaking and ran a couple f time. Now it leaks again and still doesn't work - now that the warranty has expired. Even when it was 'working' it was very poor - had to pre-rinse everything since day one.
Summary: I purchased 4 Electrolux SS products 4 years ago when I did a kitchen remodel. BIG mistake. The dishwasher, model 6105, leaked from the beginning. A repairman was unable to correct this, so I've lived with it leaking off and on for 4 years. Now the water has quit heating, so the dishes are not clean, have soap left on them and are wet. I do not want to put any more money in Electrolux appliances, so am opting to just junk this one and buy a Kitchenaid or Bosch.
Summary: All I can say is do not buy! You will be better off with the lowest priced dishwasher from another brand than this one. JUNK JUNK JUNK!! I also have front load washing machine same junk! Latch on detergent drawer broke after owing it for only one year. Could never get customer service to call me or answer. I had to buy the whole drawer unit for a little piece of plastic not even 2 inches long cost was $125. Customer service is horrible and so is their products!
Summary: I have owned this Electrolux dishwasher for several years and I can't wait for it to completely break so I can replace it. It no longer cleans very well. Is not as quiet as it once was. Had to replace a filter component that broke within 2 years and not covered by warranty. The roller assembly is now coming apart when I slide the top shelf out. Replacement part is less than $25 but I have to completely remove the dishwasher to replace them.
Summary: In the 2 years that we've owned this dishwasher, we have had 6 service calls. If you don't heed the warnings to stay away, or if you (like me) bought it before you did your research, I have some suggestions: Make sure the top basket is pushed all the way against the back of the machine so that the water source is connected, otherwise you're getting only water from the bottom sprayer and your dishes will not be clean.