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KitchenAid Architect Series II KEMS308SSS 30 Microwave Combination Wall Oven, Convection, Self Cln
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- Microwave convection cooking provides more even results in less time
- Crispwave(TM) Technology works with a crisper pan to allow grilling, frying, and convection cooking options in the microwave
- Soften and melt microwave cycles provide a true low power for delicate tasks such as softening ice cream or melting butter
- Even-Heat(TM) True Convection System provides consistent heat throughout the oven for even cooking on all three racks
- EasyConvect(TM) Time and Temperature Conversion System takes the guesswork out of convection cooking
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Second, the convection microwave oven is impossible to clean. Any baked on grease must be SCRUBBED off because the convection microwave cannot be used with a lot of heat (burns out the electronics (I guess Kichenaid hasn't heard of insulation)), so it is not SELF CLEANING.
Third, the heating element that comes on with the "crisp" feature cannot be turned on except when using the "crisp" feature. The crisp feature is the only way you can use both microwave and convection together--so you have ZERO control over both the heating element and microwave power...Again, VERY POOR design especially if you WANT TO COOK.
Fourth, none of the "programmed" features work very well with the microwave. Potatoes are undercooked, reheated plates of food are BLASTED into mush, Popcorn is underpopped with a lot of partially popped or non popped kernels.
Fifth, in this century, can you imaging a microwave power of only 900 watts?
What is nice about it? Well, the combination did save us space in the kitchen and we could choose other appliances that "went with it" when we remodeled (that is, the handles all look alike). IMO, that's not enough reason to get this poorly designed and horribly engineered cooking appliance that is nothing more than a larger "easy bake oven". SHAME ON YOU KITCHENAID.Read more ›
I am very frustrated!
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A $3200 wall oven ought to be good....Not. Microwave went out in 4-years and no warranty. They boast a 5-year warranty for parts, but read the fine print. Nothing is covered. Read morePublished 6 months ago by rpj_eng
They need to change the name of the company to KitchenJunk. I do not use the convection oven for routine cooking, therefore, in the first four years of ownership, I only cooked 2... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Norry Lynch
Microwave worked for 4 years then the magnetron, capacitor, diodes, door springs broke down more often than working probably spent close to $2,000 on repairs. Read morePublished on January 20, 2014 by Murray McHeffey
I purchased this combo in 2008 along with furnishing my entire kitchen in the Kitchen Aid Architect series. The microwave has been out twice ($520. Read morePublished on December 3, 2013 by Belinda
We installed this or very similar combination oven during kitchen remodel. One nice feature that it takes less space then two separate appliances and have one control panel for... Read morePublished on November 28, 2013 by Vladimir
First the hinge in the oven door breaks then after five years use the tension spring in the microwave door breaks. Read morePublished on November 18, 2013 by Jay
My old microwave by Jenn-Air uglied out before it wore out. 15 years old. Needed a stainless steel update for kitchen. Product looks good. Read morePublished on October 14, 2013 by Laura