SAMSUNG Top Control Dishwasher with StormWash™ (DW80K5050UG)

1.6 out of 5
(5 customer reviews)

$1,099.99 $799.99

  • AutoRelease™ Door Drying
  • FlexLoad™ Rack
  • Noise Level 48 dBa

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Install Type Built under
Size 24"T
Control Type Hidden touch
Color/Material Black STSS
Display Light Color Ice blue
Washing Type Rotary
Capacity (Place Setting) 15 P/S
Energy Star Certification Yes
Energy Annual consumption 265 kWh/year
Dry System Auto Door Open Dry
Water Consumption Per Cycle (gallons) 3.5 gallons
Noise level (dBA) 48 dBA
Cycle time (min) 103 ~ 170 min
Number of programs 6
Normal Yes
Auto Yes
Delicate Yes
Rinse Only Yes
Heavy Yes
Express 60' Yes
Number of Option 6
Storm Wash™ Yes
Delay Start Yes
Half load Yes
Sanitize Yes
Hi-Temp Wash Yes
Control Lock Yes
Auto Door Open Yes
Upper Rack
Basket handle Yes
Foldable cup shelves Yes
Adjustable Height Yes
Adjustable Tines Yes
Fold down tines Yes
Lower Rack
Basket handle No
Removable Tines Yes
Max Dish loading 13.5"
Cutlery Basket
Cutlery Basket Yes
General Feature
Aqua stop No
Tub Material STSS
Heater Position Hidden
NSF Certified for Sanitization Yes
Leakage Sensor Yes
Number of Wash Arm Upper / Mid / Low
Food Disposer Yes
Water Filtration System (Soft Water) No
Cancel&Drain Button Yes
Net Width (inch) 23.875"
Net Height(inch) 33.875"
Net Depth(inch) 24.75"
Net Weight 43 kg
Gross Weight 48 kg
Electrical(Volts/Hertz/Amps) 120 / 60 / 15
Heater Watts 1100
Circulation Motor 150 ~ 190 W
Drain Pump 35 W

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5 reviews for SAMSUNG Top Control Dishwasher with StormWash™ (DW80K5050UG)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Nana Shaheen

    It’s a great dishwasher and easy to use

    I bought my Samsung dishwasher 4 months ago and I’m happy with it

    Originally posted on

  2. 1 out of 5

    Jennifer Arnold

    Total Disappointment – RUN AWAY!

    Within 6 weeks of purchasing this dishwasher, the metal piece that goes around the door near the seal came loose and would not allow the bottom rack to slide in and out. Also the plastic wheels make a high pitched “nails on a chalkboard” squealing sound. The bottom rack is stiff to push in and out. The racking is poorly designed in general. The off-gassing plastic smell is noxious and SO strong every time we used the unit. The wash quality is mediocre. Leaves food residue. They are replacing our unit and dealing with their so-called “Customer Service” people is a complete joke. They are so unprofessional and careless. I used to really like Samsung products in years past, but they are going downhill very fast. I will never buy another Samsung appliance. Our newer Samsung TV is also a disappointing piece of junk! Way to go Samsung. 🙁

    Originally posted on

  3. 1 out of 5


    Non stop errors no matter how well you fix it

    I had an oc error code so I cleaned the plastic thing on thide unclogged it and then tried it again it gave me a LCD water posture I opened it all back up again and then put it back together and the error was removed half way through the washculycle it says oc over flow I take it all out clean it all over again there was literally no close maybe a small piece of thing I clean it start the cycle again and then I notice the plastic thing on the side or the grey circle filter thing water started dripping down to the plastic thing and I got an error code half way through I dried it again out it back together and now I’m scared to turn it back on because I know the leak which apparantly is coming from that skinny plastic thing on the side or the grey filter thing attached to it is causing it…. no I’m thinking it’s the rubber seal or the grey circle thing attached to the plastic thing from the inside but i cant know exactly if it’s that or the circle thing what do I do.. replace the plastic thing to the grey thing.?knyop of that quick Walsh mode for 1 h oi ur doesn clean dishes properly no matter which way I try it even if the dishes are not solid much at all and there isnt much food on it.. this dishwasher is brand new i bought it in like febuary….what do i do since there are a million people complaining about this dishwasher is ther anyway we can get a motel that actually does work samsung you need to help without using our warranty or do something everyone has the same problems… this dishwasher is garbage

    Originally posted on

  4. 1 out of 5


    Do you like doing dishes by hand? this is for you!

    This machine performance is very, very poor. I wash everything with storm-wash-high-heat wash and I still have to check all each piece because alt least two or three items need to go back to the sink. Super disappointed, I will never fall for a Samsung again.

    Originally posted on

  5. 1 out of 5


    Doesn’t Clean

    Machine leaves dishes and glasses dirtier than they went in. I called Samsung support they read through their script offering suggestions, which we had already tried. They suggested always running a Heavy cycle. I questioned that as I’m only cleaning plates, cutlery, and glassware, why would I use heavy. They said it is less efficient but might make the dishes cleaner. Seems to me to defeat the purpose of an energy efficient unit. Not very well designed if that’s how it should always be ran.

    We have run the machine on different cycles, tried different detergents, used the plate/glass layout suggested by the manual, tried other layouts, under filled the plates/glasses, but still things come out dirty. Samsung sent a technician to check the dishwasher, they found nothing wrong so they did a cleaning cycle and gave us a few tips on how to run the machine better (run hot tap water before turning it on/ don’t use the dish detergent trap, instead place the pod in the cutlery holder) We used all the tips and yet the second time we ran it the dishes came out dirty. I strongly suggest not purchasing this unit.

    Originally posted on

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