I agree with your point, but like all generalizations, there is always an
exception. You pointed all ONLY Maytag. Others exist.
As for having two per side, that is not really a bit problem because you
just adjust one side at a time. Most times we adjust one side only and
leave the other where it is. No need to have four hands in any case.
Two arms and a spray at the top. Having to lift both sides detracts from
the versatility. Sometimes the bottom rack has a taller than usual item,
sometimes the top rack does so you lower that side. I guess I'm spoiled but
I do have the higher priced models and that is one reason they cost more,
they are more verstile. This is my second KA in 24 years and both had that
I guess it is cheaper. I don't know, I never looked at how they were made.
Of course, one handle is better than two, but there is no reason to have
both sides on the same plane. Check yours further and it may work that way.
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