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KitchenAid 6 cu. ft. Double Oven Gas Range
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KitchenAid 6 cu. ft. Double Oven Gas Range

Item# 02269379000P | Model# KGRS505XBL | Added on July 1, 2012 | Source: Sears.com | Available At 2 Sellers
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The KitchenAid double-oven gas range KGRS505XBL features an Even-Heat™ true convection lower oven; it provides consistent heating and even cooking on all racks with a unique design and convection fan that helps ensure no burnt edges or undercooked centers. The upper oven increases the total capacity to 6.0 cu. ft. so you can handle multiple tasks at different temperatures.
For even more versatility, the black KitchenAid KGRS505X freestanding range provides the flexibility to switch out the center grate for a cast-iron griddle—which is included—over the center oval burner. And the 16,000-BTU professional burner makes possible high-temperature cooking methods such as searing, stir-frying and wok cooking.

  • 3.9 cu. ft. lower and 2.1 cu. ft. upper ovens provide a total of 6.0 cu. ft. capacity, so you can prepare multiple dishes simultaneously, even at different temperatures
  • The slow cook function allows you to take a complete dish straight from the oven to the table
  • The interchangeable cast iron griddle and center grate offers outstanding cooktop flexibility and even heating
  • The Even-Heat™ true convection system circulates heated air throughout the lower oven for consistent heating and even baking on both racks; its innovative bow-tie-shaped baffle design moves heated air in a figure-eight pattern around the cavity for even coverage on every rack.
  • Convection oven roasts up to 30% faster (compared to a conventional oven)
  • EasyConvect™ conversion system removes
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14 found this review helpful
by Sigfod
July 25th, 2013
Best Range I've Used So Far

If I had read half these reviews before purchasing this range, I would have never bought it. But after using it for over a year, I have no idea what these people are doing. Have they ever cooked or cleaned anything before in their life? To date, all my knobs works, I've never turned the burners on by accident, I've spilled nothing in my vents, my ovens heat up perfectly and cooks just as well if not better as the day I bought it. The key thing is you need to know how to cook. You're not going to make a pizza in the top oven, you have to use the bottom with a baking stone set at 550 using convection. The key is to preheat the stone for at least 45 mins before you ever put the pizza in the oven. This results in crispy crust and bubbly cheese. You can't cook ribs properly under a broiler - it's only used for finishing off at the end after you've braised them for 2 hours at 250 degrees. The center burner is not for every day cooking but it is great for reducing pan juices from roasts cooked in the lower oven - we do this at all the major holidays. I have had major boilovers and never gotten anything in the front vent. The secret with any stove is to clean up the boilover as soon as it happens and not cook it onto the surface of the stove.

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by vanita28
August 21st, 2012
not worth the money

So I have had several problems with this range.  The burners started discoloring two months after I purchasesd it.  I don't cook that often so this was surprising.  Also the stainless steel around the burners is hard to clean.  You cant use anything that will scratch the stainless steel so you have to scrub gently.  Lastly, there is a vent in the oven doors.  If something leaks in there you actually have to take the doors apart to clean the oven door.  I mean actually use a screw driver to take the doors apart.  This is really ridiculous because how are you going to take the doors apart every single time something leaks in there.

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stevenmeri
RATED

Lookin' Good!

We like the larger capacity of the second oven because the controls are higher than on many other models (which we also like - nobody under 4 feet needs to control those knobs anyway!) We also love the center griddle option and the pretty (and functional) blue interior.

February 3rd via sears.com
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JulesNJCook
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Faulty product out of the box, exchanged item also poor.

I really wanted to love this range, but.... I simply could not and here is why.
The first oven delivered by Sears (Love the del-ry team btw!) did not work out of the box. Neither of the 2 (two) ovens lit up at all. Faulty out of the box.
Ok, Sears, removed the faulty out of the box range and installed a brand new one. Ovens lit up, got heated fast, great.

Three days later, comes the w-d, I have to cook a large dinner, and guess what?
Oven no.2, lower oven, does not heat again. Turn it on, turn it off, turn it on again. On the third try it finally lights up and starts heating. Reminder, this is three days into use, that one of the ovens already failing. MAJOR ISSUE WITH THE IGNITER!

Other smaller issues,
Issue no 1.:
the vents from lower oven blow hot air right onto the upper handle. If you or your kids accidentally touch the upper handle, while the lower oven is in use you can get serious burns.
Issue no.: 2
The lower oven does not keep the temp. stated. I have the thermometer that goes in and measures temp, and where the oven said it was 400, it was 350, and where it was 350 it was actually 375.
No rhyme or reason to it.

Conclusion: I'm returning this beautiful but poorly made product, and will stay over from Kitchenaid ovens. THey have obvious issues in design (heat vents) and quality (igniters) of range ovens.

February 1st via sears.com
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Brian1964
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Get This, Well Worth It!

Replaced our failing old oven, always thought that the double oven would be a holiday cooking time saver and also wanted the convection use. Five burner stove top (griddle + four burners) caps this as great combination (we chose white) and it looks built solid in USA and works great. Worth the extra investment over a single oven and we were never a fan of the old storage drawer anyway. Installation was very professional and we very much enjoy the double oven 5 burner. High quality Kitchen Aid trusted brand and make. Only a smidgen more in height same other dimensions as regular oven. We love it!

January 31st via sears.com
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mouses12
RATED

Kitchener gas double oven

Very unhappy. Never could get right temp in ovens. Stove knobs turn and ignite to east. Almost caught my grand daughters hair on fire. Don't busy.....

January 28th via sears.com
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ruth2450
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stove works great with one drawback

Both ovens work great, but there's a design flaw. The smaller oven should be on the bottom. I use the larger oven more and since it's so low, I have to get on my hands and knees to see in it without opening the door. Didn't think of that when I bought it.

December 4th, 2013 via sears.com
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Ripped_OFF
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DO NOT BUY THIS RANGE or shop at Sears for that matter.

Design flaw of brushed steel cook top discolors around burners, impossible to remove without scratching the surface, makes the stove top look incredibly dirty and so the kitchen looks messy.Customer service blithely stated over and over its cosmetic theres nothing we can do.

October 30th, 2013 via sears.com
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SusanS2468
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Good Grief!

I really tried to give this oven the benefit of the doubt after having spent more on it than I ever have for an oven. I love the two oven feature and the bread proof and warming features. I am a mom with a large family and NEED this oven. That is why I am so mad right now...because it is hardly a year old and broken.

Now that is out, here are all my gripes: first, (I bought the white enamel) the paint chipped on the **** panel the first time I boiled a large pot of water on the front burner and it got hot. Next, the top is just plain hard to clean. The trays around the burners are dipped and raised in different areas to make it difficult to get around. I had to try numerous products until I found one that worked okay, but now the surface is quite scratched.

Next, while cleaning up a spill, soup dripped down from the top burner and got inside of the top oven door between the glass, which I can't clean, so it is there forever.

The self clean feature did not work on the top oven. The broil feature makes a lot of noise and I don't know what is going on with that.

Now, the front **** which is plastic mounted on no doubt cheap Chinese metal is warped and won't turn off the gas completely so we had to cut off the gas to the stove to keep it from leaking gas into the house.

I am now skeptical of all Kitchen Aid appliances. I am sick of being ripped off on expensive appliances which are supposedly high quality but are really cheap chinese junk.

Also, the Range is really crowded. I can't use all four burners at once and would not go with the middle griddle feature again. It is really wasted space if you need to use all four burners. The pots and skillets just don't fit.

I am really sorry to have to give such a bad review because I really wanted this oven. I am so disappointed with it.

October 14th, 2013 via sears.com
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nilton
RATED

Niltom

This a great stove, looks nice on my kitchen the double oven its a great assest we left a hot dish sit there. Kitcheaid did great by opening a appliance .

October 12th, 2013 via sears.com | The reviewer indicated they are affiliated with this product
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Sigfod
RATED

Best Range I've Used So Far

If I had read half these reviews before purchasing this range, I would have never bought it. But after using it for over a year, I have no idea what these people are doing. Have they ever cooked or cleaned anything before in their life? To date, all my knobs works, I've never turned the burners on by accident, I've spilled nothing in my vents, my ovens heat up perfectly and cooks just as well if not better as the day I bought it. The key thing is you need to know how to cook.

You're not going to make a pizza in the top oven, you have to use the bottom with a baking stone set at 550 using convection. The key is to preheat the stone for at least 45 mins before you ever put the pizza in the oven. This results in crispy crust and bubbly cheese. You can't cook ribs properly under a broiler - it's only used for finishing off at the end after you've braised them for 2 hours at 250 degrees. The center burner is not for every day cooking but it is great for reducing pan juices from roasts cooked in the lower oven - we do this at all the major holidays. I have had major boilovers and never gotten anything in the front vent. The secret with any stove is to clean up the boilover as soon as it happens and not cook it onto the surface of the stove.

July 25th, 2013 via sears.com
14 of 14 found this review helpful.
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Jeanm1388
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I Would Recommend this oven to ******.

Obviously designed by someone who has never cooked a day in his/her life. The gas range is extremely dangerous. There were absolutely no safety measures taken. Just a slight bump against a **** and you get a gas leak. The top oven is completely useless. The middle burner is worthless. Overall, the only person that could have possibly found this stove useful was *************.

June 12th, 2013 via sears.com
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Wilecoyotemn
RATED

Upper oven is worthless

We bought this oven for the small double oven on top because we like to make pizzas. We have made 3 pizzas now and can't bake one where the cheese on top gets cooked before the bottom burns. Tried both rack positions and reducing the temperature. Figured out we had to cook normally then broil the last few minutes to get the cheese cooked. Not what I would expect from such an expensive oven. Repair guy coming out Saturday but I'm not optomistic. Doesn't feel like it 425 degress when set at that. Seems to be a design flaw.

March 27th, 2013 via sears.com
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SANDRA COURTER
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December 22nd, 2012
Dawn Schmidt
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You cannot go wrong!

Cannot recommend this oven enough

December 22nd, 2012
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bandghill
RATED

Double oven

I love having the two ovens. I use the smaller one all the time. It heats up faster. I had a small bubble in the paint on the front of the oven. The paint has fallen off of the metal and now it needs to be replaced. Using small pans on top of the metal grates can be difficult. The pan will tip over if not placed just right.

December 6th, 2012 via sears.com
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harris8888
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Awful in all respects...Sorry, worse than awful. One star is too much

Poor service of a product that does not work.

December 5th, 2012 via sears.com
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Tweakey
RATED

Looks Great still testing

The upper door steamed over when we used the lower oven, but cleared up when we used the upper oven. I tryed to Broil some Rib's in the upper oven and I feel it did not Broil well, not enough heat.

November 29th, 2012 via sears.com
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CANDICE HINSCH
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November 11th, 2012
Denise Malia
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November 11th, 2012
Ellen Mayne
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Bake 2 things at the same time

Gret for thanksgiving

November 9th, 2012
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JZPerks
RATED

Great Purchase Deal

It is my first KitchenAid appliance and so far I love it! It has a great look, it is easy to program, understand and it adjusts heat fast and easy. Plenty of burners and oven space for a family of four. The black glass top is a bit hard to keep clean, but that's just a minor issue compared with its efficiency.

October 18th, 2012 via sears.com
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