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Based on your knowledge of repair history, would you recommend buying a Kitchenaid Architect series electric range (for example, KERA807 or KERS). I like its functionality, but Consumer-reports warns that kitchenaid has a bad repair record.

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Any high tech range or any appliance for that matter that is high tech has a greater risk of repairs, the smart solution is to purchase an extended warranty on the appliance so if it does need to be repaired it will not cost you any additional expense
btw kitchenaid makes a fine range

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Fault code F2E0


Your key pad is shorted.Replace the electronic range control clock.

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My KitchenAid Architect Series II Electric Range after I ran the self clean option the oven door will not open and the display does not light up, the top burners work just fine, tried ressetting the b


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On the back of the oven is a thermal fuse that probably went outduring the sefl clean cycle,ya would need to pull the oven out and remove the back panel to test it, That thermal fuse is not resettable and must be replaced,it probably looks something like this 11_15_2011_7_41_32_pm.jpg

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I have a KitchenAid Architect KESC308LSS Electric Range and the stove top works fine but the oven is no longer getting hot.


After having checked the fuses, it would most likely be the oven switch because it is unlikely that both elements would go at the same time. Mane sure that the main switch is off when removing fuses to check them!

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Kitchenaid Architect Electric range model KESA907PWW02 Error F2E0 STUCK KEY. Can't get rid of this error. Have shut off breaker for several hours -problem comes right back.Any ideas? Thanks M.S.


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Thanks for using FixYa. Error F2-E0 on your kitchen aid means that the keypad is shorted and to resolve this issue you’ll have to replace the electronic range control/clock (ERC). Please do rate the solution if the issue is resolved or post a comment for further assistance.


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I have a two ear old Kitchenaid gas range (KGRS807). It all at once stopped lighting the oven. The top burners still work fine. When you do anything in the oven (Bake , Broil, Convection) the electric...


You will need a new igniter module. The igniter module is told to spark by the control panel. There is also a flame detection for electronic start and that could be bad too.

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I have a Kitchenaid electric range Architect Series II. Seems every time I use the large burner on the right side there is some sort of residue left that is very hard to get off. I have already made a...


What are you using to clean the stove? Only cleaners made for ceran type tops should be used according to directions. Do not use enamel coated pans or glass pans on your cooktop.If you have a boil over, turn off the burner and change to a different burner immediately. Clean up the spill completely before cooking on that burner again. Use a flat edge razor to clean tough residue. Your cooktop will look new for years to come, even with heavy use.

As far as the scratch, don't use abrasive cleaners on the top and only use pots and pans with flat bottoms. If you do use cast iron pans, never scoot them around on the top.

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try reseting your breakers may be partially triped if that dont work turn off breaker pull range out and chek the rower cord where it connects to the range if its burned on oneside replace cord and terminal block can get at lowes oven is fine just means cord wasnt tifhtned good when installed

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