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Whether you choose gas or electric, there is a range available to fit any kitchen. Ranges come as freestanding, slide-in, or drop-in models, and modern designs are easier to clean and more attractive than ever. If cleaning is a top concern, consider a sealed ceramic model that has no nooks or crannies for spills to collect.
Kitchenaid
$1,349.10
at Sears

This KitchenAid® 30 in. freestanding electric range KERS306 features convection cooking and delivers the most even baking across a...ll racks versus highest MSRP models of leading brand 30 in. electric and gas single-cavity freestanding ranges, based on browning performance. With the... 0 visitors found this helpfulVerified Purchase Best looking range and great performance I would recommend this product to a friend. by Dp3389Associate from Wake Forest, NC | Thu, Sep 5, 2013 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag read more

Kitchenaid
$1,889.10
at Sears

Anti-Tip Device Instructions This is a Special Order item Architect® series freestanding range with a 4.1 cu. ft. capacity oven an...d front electronic controls with scrolling graphic display. Gas True Convection? Oven with T.H.E.? third hidden... 1 visitors found this helpfulSo far, so good I was worried about some of the reviews on sears.com but our stove has been great so far. I have yet to self-clean the oven, which was a concern due to the other reviews. I love the convection oven. Fantastic! I would recommend this product to a friend. by RaejenkinsPlattsburgh, NY | Fri, Apr 4, 2014 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 9 visitors found this helpfulSelf Clean Results in Purchase of a New Oven 2 hours into the 3-1/2 self clean cycle, the oven completely shut down. Could not open the oven door as it was still locked for self clean, even after it cooled. Apparently, the temperature was too hot and burned the digital control panel, the thermal fuse, and the transformer. Although I have seen several complaints on-line, and the unsuccessful repair guy said it is an issue, Kitchen Aid says they have not heard of this and they do not seem to care. So, I called in a formal complaint to their quality department to have it properly documented. Also, if you dare to use self clean mode, do it before the warranty runs out, but I would not recommend it!!! by llbk6Mountainhome, PA | Tue, Jul 26, 2011 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 5 visitors found this helpfullove it, but don't use the self clean option I've had my stove for a while now. Love that I can cook whole dinners. The temp probe cooking is great for roasts and such--it makes it near fool proof. The finish is nice and easy to clean (at least for my husband who has that chore). I wish i would have read the reviews before and found that some people once they use the self clean option fry the circut panel and the whole things locks up and you can't use the panel. There's a way to fix it but a major pain! I'd buy it again, but would use my husband to clean the inside too. by misskitty102La Crescent, MN | Sun, May 29, 2011 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 4 visitors found this helpfulGreat cooking ranges I wish the one I have had more than one power burner. Also the distance between the grill and the gas is quite high and it takes long to cook. I would recommend this product to a friend. by VSSPortland, OR | Mon, May 10, 2010 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 4 visitors found this helpfulGreat Range! We had our kitchenaid GSS907SWH installed a couple of weeks ago. For the style and price for a slidein, it was the best looking of the bunch (though stainless steel is a lot harder to keep clean:)). Other than the keeping it clean issue, the only real con is the fan noise while baking. The unit has a fan that turns on when the oven gets hot, I think to keep the components cool and prolong it's life. It is a little louder than I would like, but I can live with it. For comparison, you cannot hear the convection fan as the cooling fan is a little louder. It also blows cool - luke warm air out of the bottom of the unit between the oven door and the warming door. Now to the things I really like... This is a great looking unit. To my surprise, the oven has an electric heating element that works with the gas element to heat the oven. I was really impressed at how much faster it heats the oven than my 5 year old GE range that it replaced. It seems to really cook well and has a cool display on the front of the unit that shows what elements are working depending on what your setting is. On top of the range, there power burner is really nice. It only took me 2 minutes for me to boil water for some mac and cheese then other day (clocked it). It gets really hot above that burner when it is on high. On the down side, you are better off cooking med to low temp stuff on the other burners as the power burner is too hot for cooking things like eggs, and the simmer is not quite read more

Kitchenaid
$989.10 $1,099.99
at Sears

This KitchenAid® 30 in. freestanding electric range KERS202 features convection cooking and helps make your time in the kitchen mo...re enjoyable. With the innovative Even-Heat? Technology exclusive to KitchenAid®, you?ll get an oven free of cold spots and a cooktop that delivers a... This product: KitchenAid 6.2 cu. ft. Electric Range w/ Event-Heatand#8482; Technology - Stainless Steel $989.1 Verified PurchaseExcellent Range My wife loves it. Large interior is great. Holds cookie sheets either way. Plenty of room to cook more than one dish at a time. Cook top is easy to care for and heats fast I would recommend this product to a friend. by btroxelSan Antonio, TX | Tue, Apr 8, 2014 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag Verified Purchasegreat product So far I am very pleased with this product. It is structurally sound, operates beautifully and very easy to operate. It also looks great in the midst of my other stainless steel kitchen appliances. I am very pleased with my purchase. I would recommend this product to a friend. by MGBazemore, | Fri, Mar 21, 2014 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag Buyers remorse immediately after use... When my 17 year old Kitchenaid had to be replaced it was a no brainer, go with the same product that gave me such good service. But I was sorry I bought it as soon as I used it. After a few weeks I arranged to return the stove, but had to use it for a month until the replacement arrived. Longest month ever. First, the oven did not cook evenly. It took forever for the oven to heat up. Then the oven timer and other control panel settings were not responsive. Had to press them repeatedly to get them to work. The cooktop was very fussy not like my old Ceran glass top. Impossible to clean. Baked on food has to be scraped off with a razor. If you scrub to hard you can mar the top. But the worst feature is the Aqua Lift clean technology... a steam clean rather than baking the splatters to ash. Steam Clean DOES NOT WORK. You can't use anything abrasive to clean the interior so you have to try to scrape the burned on splatters off with a plastic scraper. When I called Kitchenaid for a better solution they said to "use more elbow grease". After just one month my oven had quite a few little black spots that would not come off... I can't imagine how that's going to look in a few years. Sears was awesome about replacing the stove and I spent $1000 more and got the Electrolux Induction range and it works perfectly. by MacladybugTampa, FL | Thu, Mar 6, 2014 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 1 visitors found this helpfulVerified PurchaseKitchenAid convection stove Love my new stove. This is my first convection oven and KitchenAid has made it a breeze with the "easy convection" feature that converts your temp and time from the original recipe to the convection recipe. I would recommend this product to a friend. by maulma01Berea, OH | Tue, Feb 11, 2014 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 7 visitors found this helpful Awful Product Knobs turn on when you lean over to adjust oven or even walk by. Aqualift technology DOES NOT CLEAN OVEN AT ALL. kitchen Aid aware of problems but will not replace. by BakerandCookBrooklyn, NY | Mon, Apr 8, 2013 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag read more

Kitchenaid
$1,979.10
at Sears

This KitchenAid® Pro-Line? slide-in electric range features a hidden bake element to circulate preheated air for even cooking resu...lts. Cooktop controls include Melt and Hold, Keep Warm, and three simmer levels on all elements, and the ceramic surface is easy to wipe... 24 visitors found this helpfulHATE IT! I hate this oven. The top is an absolute disaster of a design. I cannot use any pots or pans without scratching the **** thing. I'm a good cook, and I cannot use any of my cast iron pots or pans as well as my very expensive all clad. Every little movement creats a scratch. My $2000+ stove looks ratty and old already no matter what I do to polish or clean. I wish just one salesperson would have educated me just a bit! I would have stayed with my plan to switch to gas. Now I have a very expensive thorn in my kitchen. So so horribly frustrated! by saintbernarddogsTruckee, CA | Sat, Aug 17, 2013 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag read more

Kitchenaid
$1,934.10
at Sears

Anti-Tip Device Instructions This is a Special Order item Architect® series freestanding range with a 4.1 cu. ft. capacity oven an...d front electronic controls with scrolling graphic display. Gas True Convection? Oven with T.H.E.? third hidden... 1 visitors found this helpfulSo far, so good I was worried about some of the reviews on sears.com but our stove has been great so far. I have yet to self-clean the oven, which was a concern due to the other reviews. I love the convection oven. Fantastic! I would recommend this product to a friend. by RaejenkinsPlattsburgh, NY | Fri, Apr 4, 2014 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 9 visitors found this helpfulSelf Clean Results in Purchase of a New Oven 2 hours into the 3-1/2 self clean cycle, the oven completely shut down. Could not open the oven door as it was still locked for self clean, even after it cooled. Apparently, the temperature was too hot and burned the digital control panel, the thermal fuse, and the transformer. Although I have seen several complaints on-line, and the unsuccessful repair guy said it is an issue, Kitchen Aid says they have not heard of this and they do not seem to care. So, I called in a formal complaint to their quality department to have it properly documented. Also, if you dare to use self clean mode, do it before the warranty runs out, but I would not recommend it!!! by llbk6Mountainhome, PA | Tue, Jul 26, 2011 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 5 visitors found this helpfullove it, but don't use the self clean option I've had my stove for a while now. Love that I can cook whole dinners. The temp probe cooking is great for roasts and such--it makes it near fool proof. The finish is nice and easy to clean (at least for my husband who has that chore). I wish i would have read the reviews before and found that some people once they use the self clean option fry the circut panel and the whole things locks up and you can't use the panel. There's a way to fix it but a major pain! I'd buy it again, but would use my husband to clean the inside too. by misskitty102La Crescent, MN | Sun, May 29, 2011 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 4 visitors found this helpfulGreat cooking ranges I wish the one I have had more than one power burner. Also the distance between the grill and the gas is quite high and it takes long to cook. I would recommend this product to a friend. by VSSPortland, OR | Mon, May 10, 2010 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 4 visitors found this helpfulGreat Range! We had our kitchenaid GSS907SWH installed a couple of weeks ago. For the style and price for a slidein, it was the best looking of the bunch (though stainless steel is a lot harder to keep clean:)). Other than the keeping it clean issue, the only real con is the fan noise while baking. The unit has a fan that turns on when the oven gets hot, I think to keep the components cool and prolong it's life. It is a little louder than I would like, but I can live with it. For comparison, you cannot hear the convection fan as the cooling fan is a little louder. It also blows cool - luke warm air out of the bottom of the unit between the oven door and the warming door. Now to the things I really like... This is a great looking unit. To my surprise, the oven has an electric heating element that works with the gas element to heat the oven. I was really impressed at how much faster it heats the oven than my 5 year old GE range that it replaced. It seems to really cook well and has a cool display on the front of the unit that shows what elements are working depending on what your setting is. On top of the range, there power burner is really nice. It only took me 2 minutes for me to boil water for some mac and cheese then other day (clocked it). It gets really hot above that burner when it is on high. On the down side, you are better off cooking med to low temp stuff on the other burners as the power burner is too hot for cooking things like eggs, and the simmer is not quite read more

Kitchenaid
$1,889.10
at Sears

Anti-Tip Device Instructions This is a Special Order item Architect® series freestanding range with a 4.1 cu. ft. capacity oven an...d front electronic controls with scrolling graphic display. Gas True Convection? Oven with T.H.E.? third hidden... 1 visitors found this helpfulSo far, so good I was worried about some of the reviews on sears.com but our stove has been great so far. I have yet to self-clean the oven, which was a concern due to the other reviews. I love the convection oven. Fantastic! I would recommend this product to a friend. by RaejenkinsPlattsburgh, NY | Fri, Apr 4, 2014 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 9 visitors found this helpfulSelf Clean Results in Purchase of a New Oven 2 hours into the 3-1/2 self clean cycle, the oven completely shut down. Could not open the oven door as it was still locked for self clean, even after it cooled. Apparently, the temperature was too hot and burned the digital control panel, the thermal fuse, and the transformer. Although I have seen several complaints on-line, and the unsuccessful repair guy said it is an issue, Kitchen Aid says they have not heard of this and they do not seem to care. So, I called in a formal complaint to their quality department to have it properly documented. Also, if you dare to use self clean mode, do it before the warranty runs out, but I would not recommend it!!! by llbk6Mountainhome, PA | Tue, Jul 26, 2011 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 5 visitors found this helpfullove it, but don't use the self clean option I've had my stove for a while now. Love that I can cook whole dinners. The temp probe cooking is great for roasts and such--it makes it near fool proof. The finish is nice and easy to clean (at least for my husband who has that chore). I wish i would have read the reviews before and found that some people once they use the self clean option fry the circut panel and the whole things locks up and you can't use the panel. There's a way to fix it but a major pain! I'd buy it again, but would use my husband to clean the inside too. by misskitty102La Crescent, MN | Sun, May 29, 2011 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 4 visitors found this helpfulGreat cooking ranges I wish the one I have had more than one power burner. Also the distance between the grill and the gas is quite high and it takes long to cook. I would recommend this product to a friend. by VSSPortland, OR | Mon, May 10, 2010 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 4 visitors found this helpfulGreat Range! We had our kitchenaid GSS907SWH installed a couple of weeks ago. For the style and price for a slidein, it was the best looking of the bunch (though stainless steel is a lot harder to keep clean:)). Other than the keeping it clean issue, the only real con is the fan noise while baking. The unit has a fan that turns on when the oven gets hot, I think to keep the components cool and prolong it's life. It is a little louder than I would like, but I can live with it. For comparison, you cannot hear the convection fan as the cooling fan is a little louder. It also blows cool - luke warm air out of the bottom of the unit between the oven door and the warming door. Now to the things I really like... This is a great looking unit. To my surprise, the oven has an electric heating element that works with the gas element to heat the oven. I was really impressed at how much faster it heats the oven than my 5 year old GE range that it replaced. It seems to really cook well and has a cool display on the front of the unit that shows what elements are working depending on what your setting is. On top of the range, there power burner is really nice. It only took me 2 minutes for me to boil water for some mac and cheese then other day (clocked it). It gets really hot above that burner when it is on high. On the down side, you are better off cooking med to low temp stuff on the other burners as the power burner is too hot for cooking things like eggs, and the simmer is not quite read more

Kitchenaid
$2,069.10
at Sears

This KitchenAid® Pro Line? slide-in gas range features a hidden bake element that circulates preheated air for even cooking result...s, and the TripleTier® 15,000 BTU burner can handle any cooking task from searing to a consistent, low-temperature simmer. A bread proofing function... 13 visitors found this helpfulVerified PurchaseWarning 2nd stove purchased needed repair after 1 yr I purchased the exact stove 5 yrs ago. And after 1yr 3 mos it needed $2,000 worth of repairs. I thought it was a fluke one in a million. So once we sold our home and stove with it. I purchased another one 1yr and 9mos into owning this one now has the same problem. Everything I own is KitchenAid and all has had one problem or another after owning less than 2 yrs. WILL NOT REPLACE WITH ANOTHER KITCHENAID PRODUCT. by CINDY22SSCleveland, OH | Sun, May 5, 2013 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 13 visitors found this helpful Loving this Stove Took a chance and ordered online. GOT LUCKY. Everything works the way it supposed to. I'm still amazed how fast it boils water for my pasta. SO SIMPLE TO USE. I use my stove 3 times a day everyday. KEEP IT CLEAN FOLKS. All you need is a damp dishcloth and an occasional buffing with an eraser sponge. I would recommend this product to a friend. by kikiocampbellWaterford, MI | Sat, Mar 16, 2013 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag read more

Kitchenaid
$1,124.10
at Sears

This KitchenAid® 30 in. freestanding electric range KERS303 features convection cooking and helps make your time in the kitchen mo...re enjoyable. With the innovative Even-Heat? Technology exclusive to KitchenAid®, you?ll get an oven free of cold spots and a cooktop that delivers a... read more

Kitchenaid
$1,124.10
at Sears

This KitchenAid® 30 in. freestanding electric range KERS303 features convection cooking and helps make your time in the kitchen mo...re enjoyable. With the innovative Even-Heat? Technology exclusive to KitchenAid®, you?ll get an oven free of cold spots and a cooktop that delivers a... 0 visitors found this helpfulA bit disappointing. Pros: The top burners heat fairly rapidly. Oven is delightfully huge. Massive turkey? Not even a stretch. Probably the finest owner's manual and included installer's guide I've ever seen. Cons: The coal black burner surface is horrid to live with. Within a week, doing nothing differently, from our years with the Jenn-Air, we've already put 4 huge scratches on it. No one has any idea what actually causes them. The scratches create eye-catching scars that you see every time you look in the general direction of the stove-top. We all fret over the possibility of one of the scraches propagating into a broken stovetop. The top is extremely hard to get clean. You sponge it, and sponge it, and sponge it. The slightest residue blows the mirror-like image of the top into a spotted horror. You have to sponge the entire top about 4 times then dry towel it like you're trying to clean a stubborn picture window. The oven takes forEVER to heat up. Set it to 500 degrees and it will take 25~30 minutes to reach that. The controls.. Like many new appliances today, they are designed by actual imbeciles. Nothing is intuitive. You have to do extra, unnecessary presses for everything. Sometimes you return to discover since you didn't follow-up with some extraneous push, what you set was cancelled and nothing has happened. Examples: 1) You set the time. Why would you need to press start? You're staring at the time you set. You just entered it. Why do you have to press start? 2) You start the oven on BAKE. At some point you decide you want to change over to convect. You have to STOP the oven and reselect CONVECT BAKE then re-enter the original desired temperature. So instead of just pressing CONVECT (a one button toggle) you have to press STOP, CONVECT BAKE, 3, 7, 5, START (6 buttons). But wait! Forget to press START and in 30 minutes you realize you have a big cold problem. 3) 500F. That's it. This oven doesn't allow any settings over 500F. This is nutz. Pizza - the hotter the better. The old Jenn-Air hit 550 in about 13 minutes. 4) Button response. 50% of the time pressing the TIMER button ellicits a "BEEP" but doesn't in-fact actually present the set-the-time screen as it should. This means you never know if you need to press the button twice or once -everytime- you use it. 5) Right now I'm cooking a sirlon tip roast. I set the timer to 10 minutes to check the potatoes. The timer just now interuptted me. Great. Just as desired. I let it chime at me for about 1 minute then I went in to check the vittles and stop the chiming. I press STOP to stop the timer's chiming. Because I wasn't standing there and acknowleged the timer right away, It stopped the chiming and TURNED OFF THE OVEN. Now I need to BAKE, 3, 5, 0, START. If I'd pressed the STOP shortly after the timer hit zero it would've just canceled the chiming. Imbeciles I tell you! by SPUCKSanta Cruz, CA | Thu, Dec 5, 2013 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag read more

Kitchenaid
$1,214.10
at Sears

This KitchenAid® 30-inch freestanding gas range KGRS303 features convection cooking to make time in the kitchen more enjoyable. Wi...th the innovative Even-Heat? Technology exclusive to KitchenAid®, you?ll get an oven free of cold spots. And, you can self-clean your oven in under an hour without... 1 visitors found this helpfulGood Range Irritating Flaw Wife chose this range for its generous range top burners and precision oven temperature. So far the range top and oven have performed well. Oven light failed two weeks after delivery; not covered by warranty. A user serviced item. Light bulb is housed behind glass shroud. Shroud was frozen and wouldn't unscrew, had to use a plummer's strap wrench to get it loose. Low quality sheet metal jar thread made bulb replacement aggravating. Installed new bulb, light still doesn't work so we will be contacting service. by ATinventFreeport, PA | Sat, Mar 29, 2014 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 11 visitors found this helpfulSo far, so good The range was recently delivered. Delivery was exactly as promised and on time. The men leveled the stove exactly. This is very important, and not always done. So far, so good. The stove is very handsome. Compared to our old stove that died, the controls are more complicated. This is a true convection stove with many more features. Even so, the controls are pretty intuitive, and the instruction manual is easy to read and clear. We have everything Kitchenaid in our kitchen, to include dishwasher and refrigerator, and even the stand mixer. This was one motivation for going with Kitchenaid. Some very negative reviews of this stove are out there. A few reviews we read seemed unreasonable. One person was bitter because the burner caps discolored. Well, they all do. Another person burned a roast. Well, with a brand-new oven, not familiar with it, this can happen. Does this justify a one-star review? We have had little opportunity to use the stove so far, but what we have cooked has been easy and successful. However, because some reviews have criticized the stove, we may opt for the extended service contract. As new owners, we do have a one year warranty at no cost. Kitchenaid has a toll-free advice line, with staff to answer any question. We did call this number today, because we were confused by one feature. We got excellent assistance. A real human contact, no less. I would recommend this product to a friend. by GlyptodontLa Crosse, WI | Sat, Oct 5, 2013 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag read more

Kitchenaid
$1,214.10
at Sears

This KitchenAid® 30-inch freestanding gas range KGRS303 features convection cooking to make time in the kitchen more enjoyable. Wi...th the innovative Even-Heat? Technology exclusive to KitchenAid®, you?ll get an oven free of cold spots. And, you can self-clean your oven in under an hour without... read more

Kitchenaid
$1,844.10
at Sears

The KitchenAid double-oven gas range KGRS505XBL features an Even-Heat? true convection lower oven; it provides consistent heating ...and even cooking on all racks with a unique design and convection fan that helps ensure no burnt edges or... 4 visitors found this helpfulVerified PurchaseLookin' Good! We like the larger capacity of the second oven because the controls are higher than on many other models (which we also like - nobody under 4 feet needs to control those knobs anyway!) We also love the center griddle option and the pretty (and functional) blue interior. I would recommend this product to a friend. by stevenmeriFresno, CA | Mon, Feb 3, 2014 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 2 visitors found this helpfulVerified PurchaseFaulty product out of the box, exchanged item also poor. I really wanted to love this range, but.... I simply could not and here is why. The first oven delivered by Sears (Love the del-ry team btw!) did not work out of the box. Neither of the 2 (two) ovens lit up at all. Faulty out of the box. Ok, Sears, removed the faulty out of the box range and installed a brand new one. Ovens lit up, got heated fast, great. Three days later, comes the w-d, I have to cook a large dinner, and guess what? Oven no.2, lower oven, does not heat again. Turn it on, turn it off, turn it on again. On the third try it finally lights up and starts heating. Reminder, this is three days into use, that one of the ovens already failing. MAJOR ISSUE WITH THE IGNITER! Other smaller issues, Issue no 1.: the vents from lower oven blow hot air right onto the upper handle. If you or your kids accidentally touch the upper handle, while the lower oven is in use you can get serious burns. Issue no.: 2 The lower oven does not keep the temp. stated. I have the thermometer that goes in and measures temp, and where the oven said it was 400, it was 350, and where it was 350 it was actually 375. No rhyme or reason to it. Conclusion: I'm returning this beautiful but poorly made product, and will stay over from Kitchenaid ovens. THey have obvious issues in design (heat vents) and quality (igniters) of range ovens. by JulesNJCookRiver Edge, NJ | Sat, Feb 1, 2014 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 1 visitors found this helpfulVerified PurchaseGet This, Well Worth It! Replaced our failing old oven, always thought that the double oven would be a holiday cooking time saver and also wanted the convection use. Five burner stove top (griddle + four burners) caps this as great combination (we chose white) and it looks built solid in USA and works great. Worth the extra investment over a single oven and we were never a fan of the old storage drawer anyway. Installation was very professional and we very much enjoy the double oven 5 burner. High quality Kitchen Aid trusted brand and make. Only a smidgen more in height same other dimensions as regular oven. We love it! I would recommend this product to a friend. by Brian1964Drexel Hill, PA | Fri, Jan 31, 2014 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 1 visitors found this helpfulKitchener gas double oven Very unhappy. Never could get right temp in ovens. Stove knobs turn and ignite to east. Almost caught my grand daughters hair on fire. Don't busy..... by mouses12Wauneta, NE | Tue, Jan 28, 2014 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 5 visitors found this helpfulVerified Purchasestove works great with one drawback Both ovens work great, but there's a design flaw. The smaller oven should be on the bottom. I use the larger oven more and since it's so low, I have to get on my hands and knees to see in it without opening the door. Didn't think of that when I bought it. by ruth2450Manchester, PA | Wed, Dec 4, 2013 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 4 visitors found this helpfulDO NOT BUY THIS RANGE or shop at Sears for that matter. Design flaw of brushed steel cook top discolors around burners, impossible to remove without scratching the surface, makes the stove top look incredibly dirty and read more

Kitchenaid
$1,844.10
at Sears

The KitchenAid double-oven gas range KGRS505XWH features an Even-Heat? true convection lower oven; it provides consistent heating ...and even cooking on all racks with a unique design and convection fan that helps ensure no burnt edges or... 4 visitors found this helpfulVerified PurchaseLookin' Good! We like the larger capacity of the second oven because the controls are higher than on many other models (which we also like - nobody under 4 feet needs to control those knobs anyway!) We also love the center griddle option and the pretty (and functional) blue interior. I would recommend this product to a friend. by stevenmeriFresno, CA | Mon, Feb 3, 2014 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 2 visitors found this helpfulVerified PurchaseFaulty product out of the box, exchanged item also poor. I really wanted to love this range, but.... I simply could not and here is why. The first oven delivered by Sears (Love the del-ry team btw!) did not work out of the box. Neither of the 2 (two) ovens lit up at all. Faulty out of the box. Ok, Sears, removed the faulty out of the box range and installed a brand new one. Ovens lit up, got heated fast, great. Three days later, comes the w-d, I have to cook a large dinner, and guess what? Oven no.2, lower oven, does not heat again. Turn it on, turn it off, turn it on again. On the third try it finally lights up and starts heating. Reminder, this is three days into use, that one of the ovens already failing. MAJOR ISSUE WITH THE IGNITER! Other smaller issues, Issue no 1.: the vents from lower oven blow hot air right onto the upper handle. If you or your kids accidentally touch the upper handle, while the lower oven is in use you can get serious burns. Issue no.: 2 The lower oven does not keep the temp. stated. I have the thermometer that goes in and measures temp, and where the oven said it was 400, it was 350, and where it was 350 it was actually 375. No rhyme or reason to it. Conclusion: I'm returning this beautiful but poorly made product, and will stay over from Kitchenaid ovens. THey have obvious issues in design (heat vents) and quality (igniters) of range ovens. by JulesNJCookRiver Edge, NJ | Sat, Feb 1, 2014 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 1 visitors found this helpfulVerified PurchaseGet This, Well Worth It! Replaced our failing old oven, always thought that the double oven would be a holiday cooking time saver and also wanted the convection use. Five burner stove top (griddle + four burners) caps this as great combination (we chose white) and it looks built solid in USA and works great. Worth the extra investment over a single oven and we were never a fan of the old storage drawer anyway. Installation was very professional and we very much enjoy the double oven 5 burner. High quality Kitchen Aid trusted brand and make. Only a smidgen more in height same other dimensions as regular oven. We love it! I would recommend this product to a friend. by Brian1964Drexel Hill, PA | Fri, Jan 31, 2014 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 1 visitors found this helpfulKitchener gas double oven Very unhappy. Never could get right temp in ovens. Stove knobs turn and ignite to east. Almost caught my grand daughters hair on fire. Don't busy..... by mouses12Wauneta, NE | Tue, Jan 28, 2014 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 5 visitors found this helpfulVerified Purchasestove works great with one drawback Both ovens work great, but there's a design flaw. The smaller oven should be on the bottom. I use the larger oven more and since it's so low, I have to get on my hands and knees to see in it without opening the door. Didn't think of that when I bought it. by ruth2450Manchester, PA | Wed, Dec 4, 2013 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 4 visitors found this helpfulDO NOT BUY THIS RANGE or shop at Sears for that matter. Design flaw of brushed steel cook top discolors around burners, impossible to remove without scratching the surface, makes the stove top look incredibly dirty and read more

Kitchenaid
$2,049.99
at Sears

The KitchenAid KGRS505XSS double-oven gas range features an Even-Heat? true convection lower oven; it provides consistent heating ...and even cooking on all racks with a unique design and convection fan that helps ensure no burnt edges or undercooked centers. The... This product: KitchenAid 6 cu. ft. Double Oven Gas Range read more

Kitchenaid
$1,259.10 $1,399.99
at Sears

This KitchenAid® 30-inch freestanding gas range KGRS303 features convection cooking to make time in the kitchen more enjoyable. Wi...th the innovative Even-Heat? Technology exclusive to KitchenAid®, you?ll get an oven free of cold spots. And, you can self-clean your oven in under an hour without... This product: KitchenAid 5.8 cu. ft. Freestanding Gas Range w/ Even-Heatand#8482; True Convection - Stainless Steel $1259.1 1 visitors found this helpfulonly the first year work great the first year work great, have to lit the burner manually if turn it off and try to lit right back. and then one day It was LOCKED and OFF a loud beep with the 'meat probe" icon and "32 degree" in the oven control display. I call and they said I, "unplug and wait 60 sec, and plug back in, if this fix it great if not call back", did not fix it and when I call back they said " I have to paid for repairs or buy the extended warranty, but can't give me the quote,system is down, call back tomorrow" .... I never write a review but this is not $10.00 gas range and if you look online in " how to fix it" you will find lots of people with the same problem. should be a recall. The reviewer indicated they are affiliated with this product. by cmglunaFrisco, TX | Mon, Apr 7, 2014 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 1 visitors found this helpfulTerrible series of gas ranges by KitchenAid/Whirlpool We bought the 308 in this series of 303, 305, and 308. They all use the same control board. This board failed for us just 2 weeks after we installed it. We called KitchenAid Customer Service (KCS) they told us to just reset the breaker to reboot the board. We did and it worked again. But within another week it failed again. We reset again and this process continued until we got tired of reseting the breaker in July. We bought it in the middle of May. So we called WCS again to tell them that we are tired of resetting the breaker. They asked if the range was on its own circuit breaker. We said no, so they told us that it was a requirement that it be on its own breaker. The owners manual states that they recommend it be on its own breaker, not require it. We told them that and they said that there was nothing they could do because we did not have it on its own breaker. After resetting the breaker for a couple more months and arguing with KCS what the owners manual states, we gave in because they continued to deny responsibility for repairing the range. We then spent the money and put the range on its own circuit breaker. Within a week of that, the control panel went dead again. We called KCS and told them what happened, and they stated that there was nothing more that KCS could do. So the range we bought that never worked was now our problem even though it was only 4 months into its warrenty. WE tried again and again contacting KCS to get them to look at the range and they ignored us until January of 2014. At this time we got a different KCS center. The woman told us that she would contact a local authorized service center to look at it. Aprox. Jan 23, 2014, the local authorized service tech (lact) arrived and diagnosed the problem as a bad control board. He ordered a new one and it was installed within 3 days. However, now with the new board installed the lights on the range don't work. This new board was suppose to be a updated software board, but it was not working properly. On Monday Feb. 3rd, a tech diagnosed that the replacement board was bad and ordered a new one. Wednesday, the tech was back with the second control board. he installed it and nothing changed. So he diagnosed it as being bad after talking to Whirlpool customer tech service. New board was overnighted. On Friday Feb.5th, a third board was installed. Lights now worked but now the range "beeps" when you use the convection oven. Beeps come every 4 to 13 secs and sometimes every min or so. You cant tell if a timer is up or if it just the range beeping incessantly. Called KCS back to tell them that we want read more

Kitchenaid
$1,439.10
at Sears

The KitchenAid® 30-inch freestanding gas range KGRS306 features convection cooking and delivers the most even baking across all ra...cks (compared to highest MSRP models of leading brand 30 in. electric and gas single-cavity freestanding ranges, based on browning... View information provided by the manufacturer 12 visitors found this helpfulGreat range when it is working We had this range for 7 months now, and it has a circuit board issue. The electronics keep locking up and you get no display, so all those touch buttons you see don't work. The only way to reset it, is to unplug it then plug it back in. Since that would require pulling the range out, it is easier to reset the breaker. When I called customer at Kitchen Aid, they told me I needed a time delay breaker. Well all Square D breakers are time delay when tripping. When I told them that, they told me that no other item can be on the same power line with the range. I have one light, which we do not use during the day. So that excuse is bogus. Customer service at Kitchen Aid sucks. They do not want to fix this issue and keep giving us the runaround. Don't buy this range. You know it is a great looking range and has the features that we wanted, but after resetting the breaker once or twice a month we are sick of it. by OnagainKaukauna, WI | Mon, Nov 11, 2013 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag read more

Kitchenaid
$1,844.10
at Sears

This is a Special Order item Slide-in range features True Convection? with T.H.E.? (Third Hidden Element) and a 4.1 cu. ft. capaci...ty. Features bread proofing and dehydration functions, EasyConvect? conversion system and CleanBake? hidden... 2 visitors found this helpful sofarsogood I've only had this range a few weeks and so far so good. The black takes more attention to cleaning. Our prior range was gray and much more forgiving. I like the bottom warming tray and 7 count them 7 options for cook top pan size. I like the pre set buttons to choose the temp. needed. The true proof is down the road a few years from now. Ask me then. I hope I can give the same rating then. I would recommend this product to a friend. by greatchoice, | Wed, Mar 27, 2013 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 3 visitors found this helpful Kitchen Aid Range I purchased this oven 11 months ago. I HATE IT! The handle shows every finger print, who ever designed a black shinny handle, has never worked in a kitchen. Even the S.S. finish has a handle that does NOT show the finger prints. On the very front edge of the cook top it has a black molded metal piece that comes over the top 1.5". Be careful when taking out a hot pan, cookie sheet, ect. for it scratches like NO OTHER! The glass top should come out to the edge instead of a painted metal piece! This is the BIG KICKER, the porcelain on the bottom of the oven has already spider cracked everywhere! The Company I purchased the range from called Kitchen Aid, I sent them many pictures, I also called them and guess what!! They will NOT stand behind the cracking for it does NOT hinder the cooking. It does hinder the cleaning, and plus it looks like ****! I am afraid to use the self cleaning oven for I think the porcelain is going to chip off. IT IS IMPOSSIBLE to clean up ANY spills! BAD DESIGN by 30YRCOOKWashington, IA | Sat, Mar 2, 2013 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 4 visitors found this helpfulKITCHENAID SLIDE IN ELECTRIC RANGE KESS907S VERY NOISY FAN. GAVE ME A HEADACHE! IT IS A LEMON. THANKFULLY,SEARS AS ALWAYS CAME TROUGH AND LET ME EXCHANGE FOR DIFFERENT BRAND. by bergma9Las Vegas, NV | Mon, Jul 16, 2012 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 3 visitors found this helpfulCheaply Made I purchased this range from Sears 6 months ago and now the burner-indicator "circles" above the knobs are wearing off. Apparently, they are nothing more than cheap decals. I have been in touch with KitchenAid customer service and the "decals" only have a 30 day warranty and they do not sell replacements. They did tell me I could purchase a whole new front panel for the range at my cost! I find this unacceptable given the cost of this range. It looks terrible and I have only used the recommended cleaning products, so I have not caused the problem. My 16 year-old GE didn't have this issue! The range itself works fine but it just looks awful where the decals are wearing off and once they're gone, I won't know which burner I'm turning on! And I have a feeling that the wording on the knobs themselves is also going to wear off. I had narrowed it down to this range and a Bosch, and now I so wish I had purchased the Bosch! I will not be purchasing anymore KitchenAid products for my kitchen remodel and will not recommend them to friends or family. Their customer service stinks and their products are cheaply made! As far as Sears goes, I have no complaints about them. The first range that was delivered to my home had a burner that didn't work and Sears sent out a new range immediatley. My salesperson was great! I will go back to Sears for my new refrigerator, dishwasher and microwave but guarantee you that I will never purchase a KitchenAid appliance again. by NewRidersWilton, CT | Mon, Jul 2, 2012 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 8 visitors found this helpfuldon't buy this we have this oven. It is a dangerous product that should be recalled. Read the complaints online. You cannot use the self cleaning mech read more

Kitchenaid
$1,799.10
at Sears

This is a Special Order item Slide-in range features True Convection? with T.H.E.? (Third Hidden Element) and a 4.1 cu. ft. capaci...ty. Features bread proofing and dehydration functions, EasyConvect? conversion system and CleanBake? hidden element. 2 visitors found this helpful sofarsogood I've only had this range a few weeks and so far so good. The black takes more attention to cleaning. Our prior range was gray and much more forgiving. I like the bottom warming tray and 7 count them 7 options for cook top pan size. I like the pre set buttons to choose the temp. needed. The true proof is down the road a few years from now. Ask me then. I hope I can give the same rating then. I would recommend this product to a friend. by greatchoice, | Wed, Mar 27, 2013 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 3 visitors found this helpful Kitchen Aid Range I purchased this oven 11 months ago. I HATE IT! The handle shows every finger print, who ever designed a black shinny handle, has never worked in a kitchen. Even the S.S. finish has a handle that does NOT show the finger prints. On the very front edge of the cook top it has a black molded metal piece that comes over the top 1.5". Be careful when taking out a hot pan, cookie sheet, ect. for it scratches like NO OTHER! The glass top should come out to the edge instead of a painted metal piece! This is the BIG KICKER, the porcelain on the bottom of the oven has already spider cracked everywhere! The Company I purchased the range from called Kitchen Aid, I sent them many pictures, I also called them and guess what!! They will NOT stand behind the cracking for it does NOT hinder the cooking. It does hinder the cleaning, and plus it looks like ****! I am afraid to use the self cleaning oven for I think the porcelain is going to chip off. IT IS IMPOSSIBLE to clean up ANY spills! BAD DESIGN by 30YRCOOKWashington, IA | Sat, Mar 2, 2013 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 4 visitors found this helpfulKITCHENAID SLIDE IN ELECTRIC RANGE KESS907S VERY NOISY FAN. GAVE ME A HEADACHE! IT IS A LEMON. THANKFULLY,SEARS AS ALWAYS CAME TROUGH AND LET ME EXCHANGE FOR DIFFERENT BRAND. by bergma9Las Vegas, NV | Mon, Jul 16, 2012 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 3 visitors found this helpfulCheaply Made I purchased this range from Sears 6 months ago and now the burner-indicator "circles" above the knobs are wearing off. Apparently, they are nothing more than cheap decals. I have been in touch with KitchenAid customer service and the "decals" only have a 30 day warranty and they do not sell replacements. They did tell me I could purchase a whole new front panel for the range at my cost! I find this unacceptable given the cost of this range. It looks terrible and I have only used the recommended cleaning products, so I have not caused the problem. My 16 year-old GE didn't have this issue! The range itself works fine but it just looks awful where the decals are wearing off and once they're gone, I won't know which burner I'm turning on! And I have a feeling that the wording on the knobs themselves is also going to wear off. I had narrowed it down to this range and a Bosch, and now I so wish I had purchased the Bosch! I will not be purchasing anymore KitchenAid products for my kitchen remodel and will not recommend them to friends or family. Their customer service stinks and their products are cheaply made! As far as Sears goes, I have no complaints about them. The first range that was delivered to my home had a burner that didn't work and Sears sent out a new range immediatley. My salesperson was great! I will go back to Sears for my new refrigerator, dishwasher and microwave but guarantee you that I will never purchase a KitchenAid appliance again. by NewRidersWilton, CT | Mon, Jul 2, 2012 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 8 visitors found this helpfuldon't buy this we have this oven. It is a dangerous product that should be recalled. Read the complaints online. You cannot use the self cleanin read more

Kitchenaid
$1,799.10
at Sears

Anti-Tip Device Instructions This is a Special Order item Slide-in range features True Convection? with T.H.E.? (Third Hidden Elem...ent) and a 4.1 cu. ft. capacity. Features bread proofing and dehydration functions, EasyConvect? conversion... 2 visitors found this helpful sofarsogood I've only had this range a few weeks and so far so good. The black takes more attention to cleaning. Our prior range was gray and much more forgiving. I like the bottom warming tray and 7 count them 7 options for cook top pan size. I like the pre set buttons to choose the temp. needed. The true proof is down the road a few years from now. Ask me then. I hope I can give the same rating then. I would recommend this product to a friend. by greatchoice, | Wed, Mar 27, 2013 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 3 visitors found this helpful Kitchen Aid Range I purchased this oven 11 months ago. I HATE IT! The handle shows every finger print, who ever designed a black shinny handle, has never worked in a kitchen. Even the S.S. finish has a handle that does NOT show the finger prints. On the very front edge of the cook top it has a black molded metal piece that comes over the top 1.5". Be careful when taking out a hot pan, cookie sheet, ect. for it scratches like NO OTHER! The glass top should come out to the edge instead of a painted metal piece! This is the BIG KICKER, the porcelain on the bottom of the oven has already spider cracked everywhere! The Company I purchased the range from called Kitchen Aid, I sent them many pictures, I also called them and guess what!! They will NOT stand behind the cracking for it does NOT hinder the cooking. It does hinder the cleaning, and plus it looks like ****! I am afraid to use the self cleaning oven for I think the porcelain is going to chip off. IT IS IMPOSSIBLE to clean up ANY spills! BAD DESIGN by 30YRCOOKWashington, IA | Sat, Mar 2, 2013 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 4 visitors found this helpfulKITCHENAID SLIDE IN ELECTRIC RANGE KESS907S VERY NOISY FAN. GAVE ME A HEADACHE! IT IS A LEMON. THANKFULLY,SEARS AS ALWAYS CAME TROUGH AND LET ME EXCHANGE FOR DIFFERENT BRAND. by bergma9Las Vegas, NV | Mon, Jul 16, 2012 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 3 visitors found this helpfulCheaply Made I purchased this range from Sears 6 months ago and now the burner-indicator "circles" above the knobs are wearing off. Apparently, they are nothing more than cheap decals. I have been in touch with KitchenAid customer service and the "decals" only have a 30 day warranty and they do not sell replacements. They did tell me I could purchase a whole new front panel for the range at my cost! I find this unacceptable given the cost of this range. It looks terrible and I have only used the recommended cleaning products, so I have not caused the problem. My 16 year-old GE didn't have this issue! The range itself works fine but it just looks awful where the decals are wearing off and once they're gone, I won't know which burner I'm turning on! And I have a feeling that the wording on the knobs themselves is also going to wear off. I had narrowed it down to this range and a Bosch, and now I so wish I had purchased the Bosch! I will not be purchasing anymore KitchenAid products for my kitchen remodel and will not recommend them to friends or family. Their customer service stinks and their products are cheaply made! As far as Sears goes, I have no complaints about them. The first range that was delivered to my home had a burner that didn't work and Sears sent out a new range immediatley. My salesperson was great! I will go back to Sears for my new refrigerator, dishwasher and microwave but guarantee you that I will never purchase a KitchenAid appliance again. by NewRidersWilton, CT | Mon, Jul 2, 2012 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 8 visitors found this helpfuldon't buy this we have this oven. It is a dangerous product that should be recalled. Read the complaints online. You cannot use the self cleaning mech read more

Kitchenaid
$1,574.10
at Sears

Anti-Tip Device Instructions This is a Special Order item Slide-in range with a 4.1 cu. ft. capacity oven and front electronic con...trols with scrolling graphic display. One 14,000 BTU Power? burner, one 12,500 BTU Ultra Power? burner, two 6000... Junk I have replaced burners, computer module boards, the grill itself. I purchased Kitchen Aid thinking it was quality after two years of problems I am done. by JCC8Monterey, CA | Sun, Feb 9, 2014 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 2 visitors found this helpful Great value For the money you can't beat it. Good quality, looks great. I would recommend this product to a friend. by wireless805Summerland, CA | Tue, Nov 13, 2012 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 11 visitors found this helpfulGreat so-far We purchased this stove and installed a gas line after 10 years of using an electric range. The ability to control temperatures, especially simmer, and the instant cool down were very important and the stove has not disappointed. It takes a little while longer than electric to boil a large pot of water but not enough to complain about. The oven was right on for the first cake baked in it. So far everthing is working perfectly and there were a few more bells and whistles than I expected. There is no question it is a very good looking stove with a well thought out touch pad. I especially like the full number pad for quick time and tempurature entries. I am hoping the problems I have seen reported have been rectified with the cooling fan for the touch pad controls. I agree the broiler pan should have been included instead of requiring me to request it. I'll report back after I have been using it for awhile. I would recommend this product to a friend. by GAJim , Atlanta | Wed, Jan 21, 2009 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 8 visitors found this helpfulIt's a beauty I had this oven installed in my newly remodled kitchen and it looks like it was built in. The grids are completely flat so not only does it looks great, but it is easy to move pots from one place to another. The electronic features are very nice, and have not had a problem with them. Sometimes I do accidentally press them if I'm leaning over to reach for something. My only two beefs are that there is only one powerful burner in the front and a simmer burner next to it. The other powerful burner is in the back with a simmer burner next to it. I wish both power burners were in the front. Also, it doesn't come with a broiler pan or rack, you have to order those separately for 'free' with a 15 dollar shipping charge. I just recently found that out! All in all, it is a very nice oven/stove. I would recommend this product to a friend. by Cal2347 , California | Wed, Feb 6, 2008 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 9 visitors found this helpfulGreat -- until it broke -- 5 times... Not sure if this truely was a lemon, but the service techs that have come out to fix this range have told me that it frequently has problems. The oven/stove looks great, though as with any stainless steel surface it really shows those fingerprints! However, our main problem has been the electronic front panel -- it has broken (with the error "stuck buttom") 3 times in a row, each time being replaced by the sears tech. Before that, the oven thermostat broke during a self clean cycle and had to be replaced. If you get this stove, be sure to get the Sears maintenance warranty -- you'll be using it! by CJandSamSo Cal, CA | Fri, Jul 6, 2007 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 10 visitors found this helpfulTotally gourmet! I LOVE LOVE LOVE this beautiful range. It is absolutely perfect and I have enjoyed every feature it has to offer. I feel like I'm on a cooking show when I use it - it is so professional. When the oven is first turned on, it says "Preheating . . ." on the display panel. It preheats very quickly and when the desired temperature is attained a lovely bell dings to let me know it is ready to use. Another great feature is t read more

Kitchenaid
$1,484.10
at Sears

Anti-Tip Device Instructions This is a Special Order item Slide-in range with a 4.1 cu. ft. capacity oven and front electronic con...trols that offer an easy-to-read scrolling graphic display. One 9 in./5 in. extra-large dual element, one 8 in. element, one 7 in... 3 visitors found this helpfulDo not purchse if you cook This is a lemon, less than 3 months old a burner goes out. The top looks dirty if you spill water on it and the stainless steel along the top is scratched just by cleaning it with the recommended clearners. by CookingyesEdmonds, WA | Fri, Jun 8, 2012 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 2 visitors found this helpfulKitchenAide Electric Range/Stove KESK901S In only 3 hours after delivery, our range received an error code which disabled operating features. Reviewing the operating manual, there is no list of troubleshooting processes to clear errors. After unplugging, everything appears to be working. by KenHarperGilbert, AZ | Tue, May 22, 2012 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 13 visitors found this helpfulDisappointed beyond belief; DO NOT BUY THIS RANGE After much research, we purchased two KitchenAid appliances; a wall oven and this electric range. The wall oven is acceptable (detailed in a separate review), but this range is a whole other story. It's a disaster, and it all has to do with the fan. Evidently, in an effort to protect the electronic components and keep them cool, KitchenAid installed a heavy-duty vent fan in this range. Fine enough. However, what they failed to do was LISTEN to the sound the fan makes when in operation. From the second you turn this oven on, to the time you turn it off, the fan produces a loud, high-pitched whirring sound like that of a small jet engine. It is so loud, it disrupts conversation, can be heard two rooms away and, within a short amount of time, gives you a splitting a headache. Like nails on a blackboard, all you want to do is say: STOP, STOP, STOP! The first time I used the oven, I called KitchenAid customer service, thinking the fan was defective. I was told that the sound is normal; but they agreed to send a tech out to investigate. The tech came, ready to install a new fan, but when he heard mine, he said, yep, that's the way it sounds. Who in their right mind, I asked, would build an oven that makes such an awful sound? Who would think that is acceptable? Ovens are, and always have been, silent. They're supposed to be. After all, they run for hours, not minutes. Bottom line: Companies spend millions engineering dishwashers to run quieter, and now KitchenAid has engineered an oven to run noisier. Brilliant. Do yourself a favor and choose another brand. by GreendoorOakland, MI | Tue, Dec 28, 2010 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 13 visitors found this helpfulUpdate with problems After a month in use my pleasure and excitement over this product has waned. The oven will not turn off and the self clean advises to close the door when it is fully closed. Therefore the lock will not activate and the stove will not self clean. The oven takes a longer time to heat up than ,y old Kenmore, while the cooktop gets excessively hot. I have to cook on simmer to avoid scorching food. by exquisitoneRichmond, VA | Sat, Jan 12, 2008 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 2 visitors found this helpfulIt's a beauty. It was delivered and installed today, Did I pay more for the name brand? I think that it was more the stainless steel knobs and stainless warming drawer drawer handle. The bottom drawer is a bit flimsy. Easy to operate so far. I would recommend this product to a friend. by Ginterparkman , Richmond VA | Mon, Dec 10, 2007 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 13 visitors found this helpfulgreat stove with a great look I had this oven installed in my remodeled kitchen and there are some wonderful things about it. This is a small thing, but the keypad tones and signal tones are among the most pleasant of any appliance I've ever had. Small thing, but read more

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