KitchenAid Stoves, Ovens and Ranges
KitchenAid makes a wide range of appliances and cooking supplies for residential kitchens. Their built-in ovens include convection models and range in size from 3.8 cubic feet to 5.1 cubic feet. Kitchen Aid cooktops come with either gas or electric fuel sources, in widths ranging from 15 to 48 inches. They also manufacture gas, electric and dual fuel freestanding ranges. Several of their dual fuel ranges come with a technology they call "steam-assist," which eliminates the need for basting when cooking certain dishes.
The history of the KitchenAid company began in 1908 with Herbert Johnston's invention of a mechanical dough mixer. The mixer gained popularity with professional bakers and cooks, and in 1919, began being marketed for residential use. In 1949, KitchenAid introduced its first dishwasher. Over the years, the company expanded and developed its products to include a full range of electronic kitchen appliances and major appliances including ranges, ovens, stoves, and refrigerators.
Parts and Repairs
Service plans can be purchased from KitchenAid to cover repairs and parts replacement after the warranty on a product expires. Individual parts can be purchased from general appliance parts vendors, including many online dealers. Local appliance service providers can also provide information on KitchenAid appliance repairs.
Kitchen Aid cooking appliances come with a limited one-year warranty and a second to fifth year warranty on specific parts on certain appliances. The warranties cover defects in workmanship and materials. They do not cover damages incurred from misuse or faulty installation of appliances.
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