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6.8 out of 10

Maytag MDB4630AWS

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Reviews and Problems with Maytag MDB4630AWS

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Overall 2


Phil, Amazon
30 May 2014
  • Summary: Control Panel died after 2 years, repair cost is more than initial cost. Apparently steam vents into control panel causing short circuits, so it will be a recurring problem. This thing is going straight to landfill. American manufacturing does not make up for garbage design. DO NOT BUY MAYTAG!
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Overall 2

Do Not Buy

JES, Amazon
9 January 2013
  • Summary: Our Maytag Dishwasher lasted 1 year 3.5 months then died. We only used it about once a week. Maytag/Whirlpool would do nothing on the warranty. The Kenmore this dishwasher replaced ran in this house for 20 years. My advice is to stay away from this brand altogether. If I could give it 0 stars I would.
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Overall 8

Good Value for the Price

Ensoniqman "Greg", Amazon
26 February 2012
  • Summary: Unit is much quieter than I thought, compared to our old Whirlpool that only lasted 7 years. Has no insulation blanket around it. Installed it myself in 1 hour. We bought the white unit on sale for $299. Cleans very well. What sold me was the 'Built in USA' sticker on the front. Thank you Maytag.
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Overall 2


CL, Amazon
12 October 2011
  • Summary: I purchased this machine a year and 10 months ago in January 2010. A few months ago the control panel started to only light up partially but the washing machine continued to run. A few days ago when i tried to turn on the machine it would not work - the control panel was no longer lighting up.
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Overall 2

Maytag sucks

Harry Vedvik, Amazon
3 August 2010
  • Summary: Maytag used to be the BEST name in appliances, but it is now just another ho-hum appliance. Our dishwasher just out of warranty, first had a recall, don't use as it could catch on fire" so we had them install a new heating element (no charge). Then two weeks later, it quit entirely, and we were told it needed a new circuit board - $400 to fix. What a deal. Go buy a Kitchen-Aid. My last one was 16 years old and still worked when I sold the house.
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