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Hidden power

The $700 Kenmore 13699 looks like an ordinary dishwasher, but cleans like a super one.

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6 cycles

The 13699 has a good mix of cycles, especially for the price.

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4 options

Turbo Heat Dry does a good job of eliminating water spots.

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TurboZone

If you select the TurboZone option, you can put a casserole dish in the bottom rack and these jets at the back of the dishwasher will scrub it clean.

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Plenty of coverage

In all, the jets of the 13699 do a good job of cleaning everything you throw at it.

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Roomy racks

The 13699 is easy to load.

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Change the angle

The back row of tines folds down.

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Raise the rack

You can also raise and lower the upper rack.

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