|Product Dimensions||27.2 x 30 x 35.6 inches|
|Item model number||KGSK901SSS|
KitchenAid Architect Series II : KGSK901SSS 30 Slide-In Gas Range, 4 Sealed Burners, Self-Clean
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- Responsive glass-touch oven display with lockout responds to the touch of a finger and wipes clean e
- Bread Proofing in oven
- Aesthetic design includes contoured knobs and robust handle
- Variable time self-cleaning system for differing soil levels.
- Enhanced broil element with full and center settings provides broad, even coverage
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First, upon receiving it, we had problems with the electronic control and it had to be replaced altogether. Took over a month to get the part and fix it.
Second, when the oven is used, there's a cooling fan that starts up and it's quite noisy. It doesn't stop until the oven is cool, so even after it's shut down, the fan continues to run, ruining any nice and cozy candle dinner you might have planned.
Lastly, we used the auto-clean feature for the first time after about 4 years and it simply killed the display again. We called the repair guy and just to open it and determine what had to be changed would've required to completely disassemble the thing since the door was locked in place by the auto-clean (safety measure). Even then, any part to be changed would've cost (with labour and all) around $1000. So it's now headed for the trash and we'll buy a new one.
DON'T buy any of these Kitchen Aid series.
So, I called Sears warranty and parts department and was promised steel knobs and instead received more plastic knobs which also delaminated in about 30 days. Next, I went to the Sears store and talked with the salesman who gave me a part number and said my problems would be solved if I called Sears parts again. Instead, I was coldly told my warranty was up. When I explained that my warranty wasn't fulfilled by the shipment of bad replacement knobs I was told: too bad. I then wound up with only one option, buying a set of five steel knobs for $140. Only problem was the part number was wrong and Sears sold me the wrong parts. Indicates fundamental fulfillment problems common with Sears these days, don't you think?
The knobs Sears shipped were for another range. You won't believe what happened next. When my wife installed the knobs onto the range as aligned by the parts themselves, they were upside down in position beyond the electric igniter, freely releasing natural gas into the kitchen. I was home, and watched as it took her an uncomfortable amount of time to determine that she needed to turn the knob upside down to turn it off. Close call.
I lament the whole experience because we are worse off as consumers if we lose a retailing giant like Sears. But we are worse off still, if we are subjected to bad business practices while a retail giant slowly slips out of existence.Read more ›
The repairman (sent by Kitchen Aid) let us know that if we want to keep the stove, the only way to prevent the panel from melting down is not to use high temperatures, and for sure, not the cleaning function.
We have matching appliances, so up to this point I was committed to the stove, mostly so it would match the rest of the stuff. At this point, I'm so let down, not just by the appliance, but by the costumer service, that I would never buy a kitchen aid product again.
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We just moved into a brand new custom home and assumed the stove, which looks good, would be great. WORST STOVE I'VE EVER OWNED (and I'm 67). Read morePublished 1 month ago by lily of the lake
My range is just over 2 years old and it started acting weird. The oven would sometimes not light, or would light and would turn off. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Charlie Cleveland
We have had KitchenAid range, euro style fridge, and dishwasher for four years.. First time using self clean, the range shut off with door locked. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Amy7974
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I have had this range for 1 year. So far, I like this range more than any I've owned. Perhaps my opinion of this range will be the similar to most of the other reviews in 5... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Molly Crocker
This is the worst oven out there. DO NOT BUY IT!! it constatnly shuts down when three burners are on, ignites with a very loud pop, and the fan sounds like a airplane jet engine. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Solomon B.
great stove, my first gas stove but it works great i love cooking with gas now i installed it myself and it fired right up when i turned the knob.Published 22 months ago by BENSON1
The biggest waiste of money! I've only owned this range for 5 years and it will be replaced next week by a competetor brand.Published on December 5, 2013 by Martha Feliciano
This range is a defective and poorly functioning waste of scrap metal. We have had this for several years and have at least 4-5 service calls per year. Read morePublished on October 21, 2013 by David Golub