Summary: 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 would cost $700 to repair.
Summary: The best of its kind. It features three tiers which supports everything from simmering to searing.Also, the three burners work well at either low or high heat. This is the kind of stuff you want to have in your household.
Excerpt: When my husband and I renovated our kitchen in our town house we bought this oven. Shortly after renovating we sold the town house. The first purchase we made for the new house was this oven! I love that knobs are on the front of the oven instead of on the back.
Excerpt: I have owned this oven for about 3 and a half years and at first I really loved it. The controls and settings are easy to figure out and use. It has a nice appealing look and a large capacity to cook in.
Summary: Last summer we purchased a KitchenAid KDS907 stove. From day one, we have had a problem getting the oven to ignite. The oven will eventually ignite, in about 20 min, after you go through a number of Start/Stop sequences, but by that time you have a distinct natural gas smell in the kitchen.
Summary: First I want say I tried to leave a Review on the Kitchen Aid website for several days, and while there is a link to do so, it redirects you in a loop where you can actually never write a Review. So beware of the Reviews written there, if you catch my drift.
Summary: This is a well-made range with the best use of each fuel type. The triple burner on the front left works very well at either low or high heat. The two smaller burners take slightly longer to heat a pot, but since we use non-stick, coated cookware which is not supposed to be subjected to high heat,...
Kitchenaid 30" Slide-in Dual Fuel Range KDSS907XSP
Anonymous, AJ Madison
10 December 2012
Summary: We are very happy with this range. It looks great and, so far, has worked fine. The control panel is sleek and easy to use. Once our 110 LB. Yellow Lab discovered he could cause the control panel to beep by touching it with his nose, we quickly learned that there was a simple way to lock the panel.
Summary: This range was in our home when we purchased it. Beware...less than 3 years old and it has started on fire three times in six months. I believe it is a bad design for an oven. Grease drops down from food onto the steel bottom where the enclosed element is and....voila....FIRE!!!