Summary: I wish I could give this stove no stars....I, like the other 3 reviews left here, had the same thing happen. I preheated the oven to cook a frozen pizza....nothing was in the oven and nothing on top. I went into the kitchen to get a glass of ice water and heard a loud pop...
Summary: Definitely horrible. Replaced a stove that had lasted 16 years with this mess. Have owned the Samsung for 18 months and now the oven has gotten the SE error code. Tried all the self fixes to no avail.
This oven sucks - The stove works fine but after only cooking ...
april prince, Amazon
29 June 2014
Summary: This oven sucks - The stove works fine but after only cooking in it maybe once a month, it wont even get higher than 150 degrees. We also bought a Samsung microwave, and we are on our second one. After 2 weeks, the display wouldn't light up.
Summary: It started a fire. Flames were shooting from the control board. It we weren't in the kitchen when that happened... Probably a common occurrence, because Samsung was not impressed when I contacted them. "Not a big deal" was the tone of their representatives. I'm out of warranty and out of luck.
Summary: Even though this is not something we purchased on Amazon I want to share it to hopefully save you and Amazon some grief. We purchased our new Samsung stove (FTQ353IWUX) from Lowe's in 2009 or 2010 to replace a twenty year old GE coil top range which was reliable but getting shabby.
Summary: Stay away from this stove/oven and Samsung for that matter. Their no-customer service told us it's not their problem when after 2 months the stainless started to rust. Hey Samsung, stainless is not suppose to rust at all. Also, the stainless will scratch if you so much as look at it the wrong way .
Beautiful design, cheaply made... so many troubles in so little time.
Amazon Customer, Amazon
17 December 2013
Summary: Something is wrong with this model. I purchased my first range less than 2 weeks ago and within 2 days of using it, one of the front burners went out completely. Arranged for a service repairman to fix it, but he said he had to order a part and it would take several weeks (for it to ship from China...
Summary: Purchased this range in May of 2012, Loved cooking on but after steam cleaning and wiping out found a bubble what seemed to be a rust area, Contacting Samsung they sent a repair man and he stated cant be fixed. Samsung stated out of warranty I understand that.
Summary: Just a word of advice for those of you that are considering any brand of smoothtop ranges. Do not use ceramic-clad (on the outside, not the inside) pots or pans. The ceramic can fuse to the glass cooktop. Most brands warn of this in their instructions, but there may be some that do not.