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Kitchenaid KEWS145SSS Slow Cook Warming Drawer Architect Series II

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24" Architect II Series Custom Control Warming Drawer - KEWS145SSS

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 24 x 22.5 x 9.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 151 pounds
  • ASIN: B005LEKQ0E
  • Item model number: KEWS145SSS
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #730,438 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Color: stainless-steel
I installed this in an island away from the oven column to make staging food for parties more convenient. Thankfully I have soapstone on the island as a countertop because the warming drawer does not close very tightly and also seems to need more insulation on the top. I wonder how much energy is being wasted both by un-necessarily heating indoor spaces and by losing the heat the drawer is generating. The countertop becomes quite hot. I am going to see what can be done about adding some insulation around it but there does not seem to be anything to be done about the fact that the drawer does not close very tightly. The drawer itself is not exactly tight construction and the seams are not tight, which would not be a huge problem if there was more insulation *and* the drawer latched into place or fit more tightly into the rubber gasket. It's nice to have the slow cooker option. I have not had this for long enough to check any of the other features. These are my first impressions.
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Color: stainless-steel
We installed the nearly identical KEWD-175H-SS06 in 2006.

After 2 years the temperature regulator acted up, which also caused the non-resettable overheat protector to blow out.

The warranty is only one year, so we are out over $ 200 in parts and labor for replacing those 2 parts.

Now, the same thing is happening a second time (the thermostat allowing the oven to get way hotter than its setting), but we are able to use it by never turning the knob past Medium-Low.

Kitchen-Aid gouges you on replacement parts that are as low in quality and limited in warranty as the originals. Also, I think they are neglecting their customers when they design in an overheat protector that is non-resettable and expensive.

It's a real insult to pay top dollar for an appliance like this and then go through so much expense and hassle.
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