Kitchenaid KitchenAid 26.4 cu. ft. Side-by-Side Refrigerator - Monochromatic Stainless Steel

This KitchenAid® side-by-side refrigerator keeps food fresher better than any other brand.* The Preserva? Food Care System uses a trio of features to maximize freshness, particularly for fresh produce. The FreshFlow? Air Filter reduces comm...on food odors and is fifteen times more... This product: KitchenAid 26.4 cu. ft. Side-by-Side Refrigerator - Monochromatic Stainless Steel $1979.99 5 visitors found this helpfulNice looking, poor Quality I shopped around a lot until I found the perfect appliances for my new kitchen. I liked the style and features that Kitchenaid offered. So I purchased this refrigerator, a kitchenaid dishwasher and kitchenaid wall oven from SEARS in July. They were supposed to be delivered in August. When they arrived to deliver the appliances they did not have the refrigerator. I had to wait until September for the refrigerator. From the moment the refrigerator was hooked up it began leaking water. Sears promptly said they would replace it. I waited several more weeks for the replacement. It arrived and once again I had to go through the chore of removing tape and cleaning the refrigerator. I was excited that nothing was leaking. The one thing I noticed was this refrigerator was not as quiet as the first one and has gotten louder as time as gone by. Just this week the convection heating element in my oven blew up. I guess Kitchenaid quality all around has gone down. by kth4shoppingLinwood, NJ | Sun, Nov 10, 2013 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 1 visitors found this helpfulkitchen Aid refrigerator I bought this Kitchen Aid refrigerator at another store, these is the 2nd kitchen aid in 3 years. They were both lemons. They paid me off so I am in search for the 3rd and final refrigerator. This kitchen aid is very loud. I am going with sears even if the warranty is more money at least they stand behind their name. by lsoozeqSimi Valley, CA | Tue, Jul 2, 2013 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 12 visitors found this helpfulI do not recommand this Ref. at all I do not recommand this Ref. at all . Do not recommend this one. It is piece of JUNK. Door knob was out on the top and it is piece of plastic. Do not recommend this one. It is piece of JUNK. Door knob was out on the top and it is piece of plastic. by KitchenAIDRefBrighton, MA | Mon, Jul 9, 2012 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 33 visitors found this helpfulVery Disappointing for KitchenAid... We just performed a major overhaul of our kitchen and we decided to go with KitchenAid for our appliances. In general, we have been very pleased with our new KitchenAid Appliances, but not this refrigerator. This refrigerator makes an unusual and obnoxious series of electronic tones every time a door is closed -- and according to KitchenAid -- this is normal.... Really? We called KitchenAid and they sent a technician to troubleshoot the problem. The technician had never seen this problem before so he called KitchenAid. According to the technician, this is a new design for this particular model. Apparently, the tones are coming from the motor that moves the little trap door where the ice comes out. This little trap door opens to equalize the pressure when one of the doors closes (to make it easier to open the door the next time). KitchenAid says the unit is performing as "designed" and there is nothing they can do. Please note this did not occur on the floor model we saw in the store. This is a classic example of over-engineering where engineers designed a solution to a problem and caused a totally different issue. Very disappointing for KitchenAid.... and it is time to go back to the drawing board on this one. by Gerry99Woodbridge, VA | Thu, May 31, 2012 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag read more

Kitchenaid
$2,099.00
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... 8 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 3 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 hot enough for eggs. I was also told by a repair person that the biggest problems with the power burner was when liquids spill over onto the element, the screws sometimes rust making it hard to replace things in there. The other elements work well. The rear left back element is a higher heat element, but I find that the front right and rear left elements, while lower heat, work fine fo read more

Kitchenaid
$2,204.99 $2,449.99
at Sears

This is a Special Order item This range has a versatile TripleTier? burner that can handle any task from simmering to searing - al...l on one burner. The oven includes a variety of easy to use features such as the Even-Heat? True Convection System, delivering... 2 visitors found this helpfulSTAY AWAY We have owned this for four years and don't use the oven a lot. In that time, we have replaced the motherboard three times and the gas valve twice. When we try to use the cleaning feature, it "gets too hot" and damages the thermostat. The serviceman said this is a design flaw and that we should not use it. The latest damage happened after we had kept the oven on hot for several hours for a pizza party. It "was too hot for too long" and blew a solenoid. Also, the enamel around the oven window is chipping. NOT WORTH THE PRICE AND HEADACHE!!!! Terrible quality. by baxterpdogTallahassee, FL | Tue, May 14, 2013 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 4 visitors found this helpfulKitchenAid KDSS907S Very sensative control panel that is located in on the front of the range so when you are cooking, the functions are activated should your body touch them. I have had the range for 1 1/2 years and had to replace the main circuit board twice and the temperature probe jack once. The repair men for the extended warranty company are not very familiar with the appliance. I am still waiting for the newest repair to be done. I have been without a range for almost 3 weeks. Not the quality that I would expect from KitchenAid. I am very unhappy with this product. by LrigginCranberry Twp, PA | Sat, Jun 4, 2011 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 4 visitors found this helpfulDo not buy this range! Don't buy this unless all you want to do is look at it. The burners are so low that heat dissipates into the kitchen and does not cook the food. The front panel of the stove gets so hot when you have the oven on that you can't stand in front of it and cook anything on the stove top. It will only brown one tray of cookies at a time, no matter where you position the oven racks. A disaster. Sending back. by fred1450Bronxville, NY | Mon, Oct 25, 2010 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 3 visitors found this helpfulStupid Design!!! Front Panel is way way too touch sensitive. I inadvertantly shut off oven 5 times when I barely touched the panel on the front while stirring gravy on the stove. Had to reprogram probe and oven temp over and over. Then vapor poured out the front vent (which should be located on the stove top or rear) fogging up the panel buttons and running down the front of the range. This will likely lead to the electric panel malfunctioning down the road. I am returning this range, so sad. by hatekitchenaidMarin, California | Wed, Jul 8, 2009 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 2 visitors found this helpfulGreat product! We've been using this for six months now and we're very pleased with it. I love the recessed top. It is very easy to clean, and it contains spills very well. Love the triple tier burner. I use that whenever I can. The oven works very well. The convection converter is easy to use--practically idiot-proof. The oven takes a long time to heat up, though probably no longer than other electric ovens. (I've always had gas.) Lastly, it is a very attractive appliance. I get ooo's and ahh's over it all the time. I reccommend this product. I would recommend this product to a friend. by AnonymousSacramento, CA | Sun, May 3, 2009 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 3 visitors found this helpfulWOW FACTOR!!! PRICEY!! IF YOU WANT YOUR KITCHEN TO LOOK LIKE THE MODEL PICTURES IN THE DECORATOR BOOKS, THIS IS FOR YOU. IF YOU COOK THOUGH YOU'LL HAVE TO CLEAN UP THE BLACK ENAMEL BY BURNERS UNDER THE TWO HEAVY GRATES EACH TIME YOU COOK. BEST TO USE WINDEX WITH A COUPLE PAPER TOWELS. STAINLESS TOP BY GRATES SCRATCH VERY EASILY. BURNERS DO NOT STAY BLACK, THEY TURN GREY.THE PERVECTION OVEN MAKES NOISE FROM THE FAN BUT THEY TELL ME THA read more

Kitchenaid
$1,979.99 $2,199.99
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... 14 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
$2,099.00
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... 8 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 3 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 hot enough for eggs. I was also told by a repair person that the biggest problems with the power burner was when liquids spill over onto the element, the screws sometimes rust making it hard to replace things in there. The other elements work well. The rear left back element is a higher heat element, but I find that the front right and rear left elements, while lower heat, work fine fo read more

Kitchenaid
$2,069.99 $2,299.99
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... 9 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 9 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
$6,119.10 $6,799.99
at Sears

Expand your cooking options - Dual Fuel capability pairs the best of gas cooktops with the consistency of electric oven performanc...e Bake and clean on your schedule - The Delay Cook/Clean Functions... 39 visitors found this helpfulDesign Flaw This is a great looking stove and has a lot of power. We have had it for 2 months as of Dec 2011. However, we have identified 1 major issue. When you turn the oven on and then try to turn on some burners, all of the electronics on the range reset. The display screen blanks out, the timer resets, and the oven temp resets. Sometimes it happens the first time you turn on 1 burner, sometimes you can light 3 or 4 burners before it resets itself. It only happens when the oven is on and then you turn on the burners. We have had warranty repair out twice so far. The first time they switched some wires around inside the unit, but this did not resolve the issue. The second time they spent 2 hrs replacing the Electronics and the ignition, but the issue continued. When the technician called Kitchenaid support for further assistance, he was told that it was a "known issue with no current resolution". I hope that they will be resolving the issue soon. Until they resolve the issue, I would not recommend this unit as being fit for purpose. by TheLawnRanger2Glenside, PA | Thu, Dec 8, 2011 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag read more

Kitchenaid
$7,099.99
at Sears

Expand your cooking options - Dual Fuel capability pairs the best of gas cooktops with the consistency of electric oven performanc...e Bake and clean on your schedule - The Delay Cook/Clean Functions... read more

Kitchenaid
$4,049.10 $4,499.99
at Sears

Expand your cooking options - Dual Fuel capability pairs the best of gas cooktops with the consistency of electric oven performanc...e Bake and clean on your schedule - The Delay Cook/Clean Functions... read more

Kitchenaid
$8,099.10 $8,999.99
at Sears

Bold, dimensional design and features like two of the industry's most powerful burners available (among leading brands) and the Ev...en-Heat? True Convection System in both ovens allow passionate cooks to reach their gourmet potential. KitchenAid® commercial-style ranges bring the tools... This product: KitchenAid Pro-Style® 48" Dual Fuel Range w/ Griddle $8099.1 5 visitors found this helpfulGreat Price For the price, this is a great range. May have some issues but the service on these is outstanding. We are getting the package deal for the whole kitchen which means even extra discounts. Kathy at the Aurora store is fantastic and well knowledged in appliances. I would recommend this product to a friend. by Mgaddis777Evergreen, CO | Thu, Apr 5, 2012 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 9 visitors found this helpfulDidn't work on arrival This is a good-looking stove, but it is overcome with quality issues. Immediately upon installation, I noticed that when a gas burner is lit, the control panel goes blank and resets. If the oven is on when you do this, it shuts off. You can't do anything until you set the clock and start over again. Other quality issues: one gas control has gotten stuck in both the safety (pulled out) and the ready-to-light (pushed in) position. This could be dangerous as the knob can be turned easily. Also, there is a cooling fan on the small oven that is very loud and annoying -- much louder than on the large oven. I've already had three service appointments and none of these issues has been resolved. KitchenAid has done nothing to remedy the situation. Next week I have to take a fourth day off work to have another company come out and do a "second opinion" to see what they recommend. Glaring quality issues aside, here is what I think about the range and features. The burners all give a good range of heat settings. Even the large (20k btu) burners go pretty low. The griddle heats evenly, though it takes over 15 minutes to pre-heat. It resists sticking pretty well with non-stick spray - about as well as a polished stainless steel pan. It cleans up pretty easily while it is warm, but it does take some elbow grease to polish off the marks of the food that was cooked on it. I haven't used the ovens very much because of the reset problem described above, but the thing that bugs me is that there is a cooling fan that strongly blows air out of the front of the range as soon as the oven is turned on. At first, it's cool air, but the oven vent is also at the front, so eventually it gets warm and blows the heat and the exhaust out into the room. This seems like poor design to me -- the oven exhaust should be in a location where the fumes can be caught by the range hood. The other design flaw in my opinion is the control panel location. It faces upward in front of the two center rows of burners. Any splatter from these burners ends up on the control panel and it always looks dirty. I chose this model over the 36" because at least the control panel isn't in front of the griddle. However, it still stays dirty all the time. Even without the quality issues, I would not recommend this stove. by kudzuedAtlanta, GA | Tue, May 17, 2011 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag read more

Kitchenaid
$2,204.10 $2,449.99
at Sears

This is a Special Order item This range has a versatile TripleTier® burner that can handle any task from simmering to searing - al...l on one burner. The oven includes a variety of easy to use features such as the Even-Heat? True Convection System, which delivers... 15 visitors found this helpfulAmazing stove and I am a professional chef! This easy to use oven has been outstanding for the 1 year we have owned it and we love it! I would recommend this product to a friend. by BettyB1169Milwaukee, WI | Mon, Jun 20, 2011 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag read more

Kenmore
$459.34-$546.01 $699.99-$799.99
at Sears

Kenmore 5.4 cu. ft. Self-Cleaning Electric Range - Versatile This Kenmore 5.4 cu. ft. electric range 9415 is a versatile solution ...for all your cooking needs. With multiple heating sources, from a 12 in. element for large stock pots to a 9/6 in. dual element... This product: Kenmore 5.4 cu. ft. Self-Cleaning Electric Range - White $459.34 Verified PurchaseNice stove Very nice stove. No exposed coils in the bottom and self cleaning. I would recommend this product to a friend. by herbcrVirginia Beach, VA | Mon, Mar 31, 2014 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 3 visitors found this helpfulVerified PurchaseGreat quality, if you want an electric coiled stove this is the one. Have had this stove for 4 weeks now and just love it. Heats quickly and oven is wonderful. Love the coated racks in the oven, easy to clean. Broiler is great with temperature choices. Very satisfied with this purchase. I would recommend this product to a friend. by PennsylvanianSewickley, PA | Fri, Jan 31, 2014 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 7 visitors found this helpfulVerified PurchaseKenmore Electric Range I am enjoying my new Kenmore Electric Range, it not only bakes, it bakes like a convection oven also...The stovetop and oven heat up quickly and cooks evenly. I also loved the price.... I would recommend this product to a friend. by DfromRICumberland, RI | Sun, Oct 13, 2013 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 11 visitors found this helpfulVerified PurchaseGlad I bought it. This range has many more options then my old one and I am still learning how to use all the options. So far have enjoyed it and know it will be a great stove. I would recommend this product to a friend. by mizzp820Salem, OR | Sat, Aug 24, 2013 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag read more

Maytag
$719.00 $799.99
at Sears

This 7.3 cu. ft. extra-large capacity Maytag® MEDB725BW electric dryer can accommodate your largest loads and provides enough spac...e to evenly dry a 18 lb. load. Featuring Maytag Commercial Technology, it is built from long-lasting, commercial-grade... This product: Maytag 7.3 cu. ft. Bravos XL® Electric Dryer w/ Steam Refresh Cycle - White $719 read more

Maytag
$448.20 $649.99
at Sears

This 7.0 cu. ft. extra-large capacity Maytag® Centennial® MEDC400BW dryer can accommodate your largest loads and provides enough s...pace to evenly dry a 16 lb. load. It is built from long-lasting, commercial-grade components, including a... This product: Maytag 7.0 cu. ft. Centennial® Electric Dryer w/ Wrinkle Control - White $448.20 42 visitors found this helpfulMaytag Centennial Electric Dryer Purchased Oct 2013. Works great. Quiet, fast and dependable so far. 90 minute Wrinkle Control really helps. The side open door is more convenient and easy to open and close after a little work to the latch. The top filter is so much easier to clean than the small one inside the drum. Really hope this dryer outperforms the matching washer. The washer has already broken but the dryer has been good. Our last dryer (Admiral/Maytag) was purchased in 1996 and worked until we bought this one. That's 17+ years! One can only dream of appliances lasting that long again. But we do have hope for this one. by jd4120, | Sat, Mar 8, 2014 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag read more

Maytag
$989.10 $1,099.99
at Sears

This 7.3 cu. ft. extra-large capacity Maytag® MEDB980BW electric dryer can accommodate your largest loads and provides enough spac...e to evenly dry a 18 lb. load. Featuring Maytag Commercial Technology, it is built from long-lasting, commercial-grade... This product: Maytag 7.3 cu. ft. Bravos XL® Electric Dryer w/ Custom Refresh Cycles - White $899.1 read more

Maytag
$899.10 $999.99
at Sears

This 7.3 cu. ft. extra-large capacity Maytag® MEDB980BG electric dryer can accommodate your largest loads and provides enough spac...e to evenly dry a 18 lb. load. Featuring Maytag Commercial Technology, it is built from long-lasting, commercial-grade... This product: Maytag 7.3 cu. ft. Bravos XL® Electric Dryer w/ Custom Refresh Cycles - Granite $989.1 read more

Whirlpool
$674.10 $749.99
at Sears

This Whirlpool® WGD5500BW gas dryer features an increased capacity of 7.4 cu. ft., allowing you plenty of space to easily dry larg...er loads and bulkier items like comforters and blankets. The AccuDry? drying system uses two built-in sensors to measure... This product: Whirlpool 7.4 cu. ft. Cabrio® Gas Dryer w/ Cycle Status Lights - White $674.1 read more

Whirlpool
$1,649.99
at Sears

The perfect solution for small laundry spaces. This 8 cycle, 4 temperature, large capacity Thin Twin® combination washer and gas d...ryer is designed to fit into small spaces and provide high performance cleaning. LP Conversion Kit available - 3302235 This product: Whirlpool 27" Laundry Center w/ Gas Dryer $1499.99 This product fits or need very well.Save space in laundry area. Our old washer died after many years of serviceIt was just the basic washer no frills but severed us well through the years while raising our children.With it only been two of us my wife and I we didn't need a large capacity washer or dryer this combo product fits our needs without question. Its compact size and being stacked allowed much more room in our laundry area.Itwas fairly priced and I'm very satisfied with my purchase. by ERBarnett, | Mon, Jan 13, 2014 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag This product has non-desired features The main problem with this design is twofold: 1. Not enough water is dispensed to soak the wash properly, should have a manual override, wich is currently automatic using a sensor system to control the water level. 2. The hot water is really not hot because cold water is interjected so the water is not hot enough to kill germs, again a manual override should be available, which should also allow for rinsing in other than cold water. The other complaint we have is that the washer is pretty noisy, other than that, it performs rather well, except again the rinsing is not very thourough due to insufficient water level. Dryer works fine. by JacobusAJu, | Thu, Jan 2, 2014 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 2 visitors found this helpfulOverall, the washer dryer performs well. The machine seems to work well. This being said, when I select "Hot" on the water temperature it never seems to be much more than warm when I've tested it by touch. by GaryS, | Thu, Nov 14, 2013 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 1 visitors found this helpfulGreat space saver but large enough for blankets, quilt etc. Happy with choice. Great space saver but large enough for blankets, quilts etc. Happy with choice and does a good job. Lagoongram by Lagoongram, | Wed, Nov 13, 2013 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 0 visitors found this helpfulGets the job done For the price I paid I think I could've gotten better... by Bobby779, | Thu, Nov 7, 2013 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 1 visitors found this helpfulDurable Little Machine Although the machine a bit small for our liking, it is quite durable. I work with a team a plumbers and so they are constantly bringing back crawl suits and jackets just caked with mud and more, and this machine has no problem taking care of it. The only draw back is, some of the rocks and things washed off the clothes, is left at the bottom of the machine which requires a little more physical cleaning on our end, but most people aren't gonna be putting it through that much of a test. by Barnett780, | Tue, Nov 5, 2013 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 1 visitors found this helpfulThe product fits in our space. This machine fits in the space that we have available and performs well. It meets all of our laundry needs. by FrankP, | Tue, Nov 5, 2013 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag ideal size Overall very pleased with this washer/dryer combination. It's a little hard to see in washer when taking clothes out with the dryer above but i think this is true of all the combination machines. Washer is a bit loud when doing small or medium size loads but is very good when run on full size load. Washer does good job as far as cleaning clothes and the spin cycle works very well. It's the perfect size for area where we have it. Overall very pleased and would recommend to anyone needing a combination machine. by Butch49, | Tue, Oct 29, 2013 Was this helpful?YesNo 0 comments | flag 2 visitors found this helpfulVERY HAPPY This washer and dryer work great...Just got it. If you have any issues with w read more

Maytag
$989.10 $1,099.99
at Sears

This 7.3 cu. ft. extra-large capacity Maytag® MGDB980BG gas dryer can accommodate your largest loads and provides enough space to ...evenly dry a 18 lb. load. Featuring Maytag Commercial Technology, it is built from long-lasting, commercial-grade... This product: Maytag 7.3 cu. ft. Bravos XL® Gas Dryer w/ Custom Refresh Cycles - Granite $1079.1 read more

Whirlpool
$1,599.99
at Sears

The Whirlpool WGD8900BC Cabrio® Platinum gas dryer provides a powerful dry with ultimate care, using the power of steam. The Enhan...ced Touch-Up steam cycle refreshes clothes while reducing wrinkles and odors, without rewashing, so clothes go from lying there... This product: Whirlpool 7.6 cu. ft. Cabrio® Platinum Gas Dryer with Enhanced Touch Up Steam Cycle - Chrome Shadow $1079.1 read more

Whirlpool
$1,699.99
at Sears

The Whirlpool WGD8500BW Cabrio® Platinum gas dryer provides a convenient and powerful dry for your smallest to largest loads. The ...Enhanced Touch-Up steam cycle refreshes clothes, while reducing wrinkles and odors, without rewashing. And the Advanced Moisture Sensing... read more

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