|Product Dimensions||27.2 x 30 x 42 inches|
|Item model number||KESS907SBL|
Kitchenaid KESS907SBL True Convection Oven Glass Cooktop Front Control Knobs Architect Series II
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One of two fan repair guys already brought in to fix the fan left saying we should buy a louder Bose kitchen radio or a good set of ear plugs to fix the cooling fan noise. The large 2500 watt burner won't really boil water because a temperature sensor under the glass turns the burner on and off and on and off while we want the burner to cook a bag of noodles.
For you thinking of kitchen and stove upgrades realize that the noisy Kitchen Aid/Whirlpool cooling fan is used in 502 different model numbers.
We invested in a Bosch dishwasher years ago for the quietness. We love it, conversations and phone calls can happen while it is running.
Now 5-10 years later we have a kitchen that is open to the dining room and family room and while baking you don't want to also have a conversation or phone call in any of these rooms while the oven is baking. The warranty replacement "computer cooling fan" is so noisy, like the original, it doesn't matter if your convection fan is in use or not.
We are not keeping this awful oven for long unless it is improved with two design upgrades soon.
--fan: not that loud. Almost everything is louder in the kitchen.
--controls: they do bump on/off easily. solution, lock the controls (which is easy to do and probably the best option for every hip-level appliance when you have toddlers).
--functionality: fantastic so far.
1. This KitchenAid cooling fan starts blowing as soon as the oven is turned on, and runs until the oven is turned off, or the convection mode cool down completes.
2. This range cooling fan exhaust area is 8" above the floor and 27" long and reaches at least 5.5 feet out from the front of the range.
3. Anyone in the kitchen while this KitchenAid oven is in use, is subject to a "breeze" on lower legs and feet.
4. The KitchenAid fan exhaust breeze may not be as aggravating in cooler weather, but possibly will be a major issue in warmer weather.
5. Based on friends with competitor ranges, this KitchenAid cooling fan is louder, more annoying, and distracting than those models. We had to increase the volume of the TV in the kitchen to compensate for the fan noise.
After using the oven just once, we told the dealer that we wanted to exchange it for a different manufacturers' range. We would not recommend that this KitchenAid model be considered.
KITCHENAID RANGE CONTROL PANEL
1. This KitchenAid control panel design is awkward and inconvenient. The front panel is tilted at a shallow angle, close to vertical. This makes the panel more difficult to observe and operate when cooking at the range top or using the oven. In order to adequately observe and correctly use the control panel, you have to stand back from the range or bend down/crouch down each time.
2. This KitchenAid control panel is located directly above the oven door. With the oven in use, opening the oven door, allows moist, hot air to billow out and up onto the control panel. Moisture condenses on the panel...and drips onto the floor.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought the house with this oven & cooktop already installed. In my previous home I had a Jenn-Air product and was very happy with it. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Knigolub
This is a truly awful stove. The whine from the oven is terrible. It whines even if the convection mode is not being used. DO NOT BUY THIS !! Read morePublished 12 months ago by british chick
Do not buy a Kitchen Aid electric range. I purchased an electric range 7 years ago and after gentle use learned that the control board and a sealed burner went bad and that it... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Chris
I love all the features this oven has, but mine has died, and the part alone costs almost $400. Just remember one thing: Never, ever, ever use the self-clean feature. Read morePublished 20 months ago by V. Reichert
This range has some major flaws:
1- The oven exhausts into kitchen instead of into vent hood. Stinks up the whole house and dumps tons of moisture into the house when it... Read more
I'd give it a zero if possible. The top has cracked twice. 600$ to repair. The fuse burns out when you set the self clean. Read morePublished on January 5, 2014 by kelly