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You would have to look up and see if that particular model was even available in Stainless when it was manufactured. If it was, then you might be able to change it over. You will probably have to change the plastic housing that holds the control panel as well if you are wanting it to blend in with the rest of the kitchen, I assume it is white as well. Hope this helps!
There is a MUCH better way! go to www.applianceart.com, these guys have tons of panel options including stainless and fax stainless that was featured on HGTV and the Today Show. www.applianceart.com (Appliance Art)
Yes indeed! If you know the measurements, you can buy a stainless panel from www.applianceart.com cut to any size you would like. THey also have a cheaper "faux" stainless option too. Many colors and designs as well.
Your question is: You purchased a white Kenmore dishwasher and you are redoing your kitchen and all of your appliances are Kenmore stainless steel. You were wondering if the front panel was the only replacement or if you needed to order something else for the control panel.
It's your choise. If you like the control panel, keep it. If not, replace it when you replace the white panel.
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The cost of changing all the front panels ...even if you do all the work yourself.. is probably not worth the effort. You can go to this GE website and research the parts you'd need to make the transition but in all probability.. it will be more trouble than its worth ( my opinion and eventually maybe yours).. Good luck..
There are a couple of ways to do this. The easiest one is to check out www.applianceart.com and they have many different options for "wrapping" the front of your dishwasher. They change it often so if you don't see it, call the company becuase I know they have it.