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Kitchenaid KICU569XSS 36-Inch, 5-Element Induction Cooktop

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Brand NameKitchenAid
Model InfoKICU569XSS
Item Weight50 pounds
Product Dimensions21.3 x 36.3 x 3.1 inches
Item model numberKICU569XSS
Part Number KICU569XSS
Burner type induction
Heating Elements 5
Colorstainless-steel
  
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ASINB004XQH9K6
Best Sellers Rank #7,874 in Appliances (See top 100)
Shipping Weight50 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJune 16, 2011
  
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36 5-Element Induction Cooktop Performance Boost Function Touch-activated Controls Simmer Function Control Lock Bridge element combines two 7 elements so you can cook with griddles grills or roasting pans


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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Mark R on October 17, 2012
I bought this from a local retailer because it was quite a bit less than on here and came with a $500 rebate when we bought 2 other KA items. The cook top looks great, heats super quick when boiling water on boost mode. The temperature is very controlled unlike a radiant unit we had before. BUT it will not recognize my 1 quart pot that is 5" across the bottom and just automatically turns off. I've read about the same issue from others as well. It's a major flaw in the design of this cook top that other brands don't have an issue with unless you are trying to use the small pot on the largest hob. I might have paid more for another brand(Bosch, Miele) had I known. That's the size I would always use to heat up a can of soup or simmer a sauce, steam some veggies, so something that is used very often.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Suzeebeezee on December 1, 2012
I love this cooktop and recommend it. It is one completely smooth surface, no buttons, no dials. It is so easy to clean. It works wonderfully well. It brings liquid to a boil in 30 seconds, but cools down immediately. You do have to have pots and pans that a magnet will stick to. I took a magnet shopping with me to be sure, but most of them state that they are suitable for induction cooking. I'm used to using non-stick pans, but I find the stainless induction pans clean very easily. If there is anything stubborn I use Barkeepers Friend on it. If anything gets really stuck on the cooktop, I use CeramaBryte, but most of the time it cleans up with Windex. There isn't anything I don't like about my cooktop. I would recommend this cooktop to anyone. Love it!
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Dan Edson on September 13, 2012
This cooktop is our first experience with induction. Previously, we had used only smooth top radiant stoves since we became married. Cooking with induction is amazing. The speed of heating of the pan is much faster than the radiant. But the bigger difference is the speed of cooling. In the time it takes to lower the setting from say "9" to "3", the boil-over is stopped and simmering can begin.

There is some minor noise from the cooktop, which is good in that one can tell that the hubs are working (since there is no flame (as with gas) or glow (as with radiant). We boughht all new Calphalon Contemporary stainless steel cookware, since our old anodized aluminum pieces do not work with induction. We also purchased two Analon induction-capable non-stick anodized pieces for cooking eggs. I have not found or tried any griddles or grills to go across the bridge burners yet, but I am looking.

The induction top is very easy to clean. There are no burned on messes as with the radiant top. I used to use CeraBrite all the time. I haven't used it yet in three months with the new induction top. Also, the top has plenty of power, and requires a 50 amp/240 volt breaker at the box.

I highly recommend induction cooking and this Kitchenaid top works very well for us.
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I LOVE cooking with induction. It heats incredibly fast, is very versatile, and is such a pleasure to use. My wife and I purchased this Kitchenaid 36" cooktop (well, actually the XBL model which does not have the shiny steel trim) for our new home and were blown away with how well it worked. Seriously, it boils water faster than a gas range will with virtually NO waste heat production. The major downsides to induction cooking are, obviously, that they are VERY expensive and require that you use ferrous cookware. The cookware is not really an issue, most manufacturers make induction ready cookware... but the cost factor is HUGE. This unit runs 1700 dollars or so. For 1700 dollars this cooktop had better last us 15 years! Well, this one made it less than two... and two years is more than the one year warranty on parts. I was cooking breakfast (eggs) one morning and the unit began to arch internally and then popped rather loudly and then cut off. I checked the feeder breaker and the breaker never tripped. I called around and found well reputed repair company to come and check out the top. After removing the cooktop from the counter and disassembling it we found evidence of melted parts and carbon deposits. However, none of the installed fuses cleared and the repairmen basically said that the only way to attempt a repair was to replace the control module that seemed defective. This cooktop uses two such modules, both of which are actually Whirlpool parts, not Kitchenaid's, the first of which costs 300 dollars and controls the two smaller elements on the left, and the second, which costs 450 dollars, controls the large element and smaller right side elements. These are basically computer boards with power supplies that operate the elements... they even have heat sinks and cooling fans.Read more ›
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By CDOG99 on February 5, 2013
We had a problem with this unit within 2 weeks of installation. Initially fixed, but we now hear annoying clicking noises at lower settings (5 and below). Repair technician cannot fix it and Kitchenaid won't own up to the problem. STRONGLY recommend against buying this unit. See also [...]
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