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from Chicago, IL
Comments about KitchenAid 30" Free Standing Gas Range - Stainless Steel:
Range was installed a few weeks ago and have already used all the features. It's great to cook at two temperatures. Water boils is half the time using the power burner. Cooked brats in the griddle and browned just like the grill. Would recommend to anyone who loves to cook.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Wichita, KS
Purchased a few weeks ago and so far so good. The larger oven door glass makes it so easy to see inside. It takes a little getting used to the convection feature, but overall we love it.
very sharp looking! We have really enjoyed the two ovens.
By Harley girl
Would absolutely recommend this range! I looks really classy and it is a commercial grade appliance.
Really nice oven
from Chardon, Ohio
I wanted a good oven with convection and this oven offered that along with some other quality features. The bread proof setting works really well and the big burner in front get's water up to temperature quickly.
Great so far!
from Minneapolis, MN
I installed this appliance one week ago. Operation thus far has been stellar. The burners offer good choices for different cookware/ types of cooking, and the oven heats evenly and accurately. I also like that I can easily check how food is doing in the oven without having to open the door. So far, so good.
Top Oven as broiler is the BEST!!!
from Park City, UT
I bought this range specifically because of the smaller top oven that I use frequently to broil (what a thought!.... put a broiler on top instead of on the bottom!). Everything else also works perfectly and the "old" model handles are far superior to the new bar type IMHO.
I like my 5-burner gas range
By Don't have one
from Grand Prairie, TX
I like the various sizes of cooking burners, the griddle in the middle and especially having a small oven. I cook for only 2 people, my husband and myself, so needing to heat a large oven every time I want to bake is a needless waste of gas and more expensive than necessary. I recommend this range.
from Bakersfield, CA
Hard to keep clean, but, LOVE the small oven. Heats fast and many things fit nicely. Even two things side by side since it is wide. Very happy with my purchase.Diane
First Impressions -- Still Discovering
By Can't Wait to Bake!
It's been a long time since I have been able to cook with gas -- I am still reacquainting myself with that process. I have never cooked with a gas oven prior to this.Installation: We hired a professional to convert to LP (new piping required, etc.). The "LP Gas Orifice Spud Chart" in the installation manual does not tell you which burner for which Burner Rating or Color Orifice. Customer Service did not know either. I ended up figuring it out by looking at the Specification Sheet (a separate file on the website) that listed the BTU of each burner (does not show the rating for LP, just natural gas). Although yesterday, while removing the knobs to clean the stove, I saw they are color-coded. IT REALLY WOULD HAVE BEEN NICE TO HAVE THIS INFORMATION IN THE INSTALLATION GUIDE AND AVAILABLE TO THE CUSTOMER SERVICE TEAM. (Our installer has always found the information in the installation manual prior to this unit.)We also discovered, with the installation process, you cannot light the stove during a power failure! When I was researching this stove, I KNOW I specifically confirmed this particular model was able to be started without power. Unfortunately, the manual does not confirm that. I must have been looking at an outdated website, or misinformation on a third-party retailer site. UGH!!STOVE: It's so great to have FOUR working burners again! The top is a little tight for using all of the burners, so I need to keep that in mind when positioning my pans/skillets. The front right burner does not have a very low "LOW" setting. I just need to move it to a back burner when the food is ready for the simmer or lower cooking step.I have not had a chance to use the middle burner yet.OVEN: This is my challenge right now. It just does not seem logical to me, but the upper oven is taking about double the time to bake. Cookies that normally take 7-8 minutes took up to 20 minutes! A salmon fillet took almost 40 minutes! (normally 15-20 minutes)I have only used the lower oven twice -- I'm still trying to figure that one out. Potatoes can be unpredictable regardless of the oven temperature.In the meantime, I have put a thermometer in the upper oven. What is really confusing to me is the temperature is registering high (by about 50°F but it is taking longer (up to double the time) to cook items. THAT DOESN"T MAKE SENSE!I have not calibrated either oven until I have had a chance to try a variety of foods that I know how long they normally take to cook.OVERALL: It's best to have low expectations with any new appliance (any brand). Marketing teams tend to waaaaaay overstate the ability/reliability of products. To frustrate the consumer even more, the customer service teams are not provided with complete information to assist the customer in understanding these deficiencies.I will adjust my cooking style to work with the ability of the appliance.Any recommendation to a friend will be with caveats.
looks great works as well
By uncle buddy
from so cal
I looked at many stoves but when I found this one it was an instant sale. The unit cooks as good as a commercial stove, as well as looking better than a commercial one.I was so happy I went out and purchased a new dishwasher to match it.
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