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Kenmore 74333 5.6 cu. ft. Gas Range with True Convection - Stainless Steel

Item# 022W005436604001P | Model# 74333 | Added on July 16, 2013 |
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Take the Fuss Out of Mealtimes Whether you love whipping up multi-course dinners for friends and family or need a more accommodating cooking space to get dinner on the table, the Kenmore 5.6 cu. ft. Stainless Steel Gas Range has the versatility you need. You'll have everything you need to boil faster, brown better and sear perfectly. Take control in your kitchen with the sleek, chic and easy-to-clean range.

Bring on the Heat

The Kenmore 5.6 cu. ft. Stainless Steel Gas Range features the 18,200 BTU Gas Turbo Boil to bring pots and kettles to a rapid boil quicker while the 5,000 BTU Simmer Burner lets you warm, melt and ultra-low simmer for those super-detail oriented recipes.

No-Fuss Burner Grates

The easy-to-clean and scratch resistant porcelain cooktop makes it easy to wipe up spills and splatters. Dishwasher-safe cooktop grates give you more space to multitask through just about any recipe without worrying about crowding up your workspace.

Hot Heat Without Hot Spots

Fan convection helps to circulate hot air throughout the oven, eliminating hot spots. Get more even baking, browning and flavor in every dish from this Kenmore range.

Dinner is Ready When You're Ready

Use the Warm & Hold function to keep food at an ideal temperature for minutes or hours without risking over-cooking. Timed and delayed cooking settings lend multitasking home chefs an extra hand while cooking.

Control is at Your Fingertips

Easy Set controls on this Kenmore range make it

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February 16th, 2014
First rate stove at an excellent price

I was reluctant to buy this stove because it seemed too good to be true. I have never bought a Kenmore appliance but after repeated trips to **********, *****, ******** and Sears, I finally took a chance and bought this one, model 74333. I won't bore you with details but, in my opinion, this stove is the best one in Kenmore's lineup. It has a true convection oven, a warming drawer (very neat), five burners, and a huge oven. I paid $850 on sale and it is a FAR better deal than their "Elite" line, which appeared to me to be gadgeted up with stuff I neither want or need. More importantly, it is AS nice as any GE, Samsung, Whirlpool or LG stove we looked at...and, in fact, I believe it is better. The construction quality is the equal of any other range we saw, the features are an ideal mix and HALF the money of a similarly equiped Whirlpool or LG (and LG dropped their warming drawers, by the way). The grates are excellent, the burners light instantly and are easy to control and have metal knobs. The oven works beautifully - I've baked two loaves of bread at the same time and both come out perfect. Cookies, too. I don't use convection but, some day, I'll get around to it. By the way, the oven preheats if five minutes - that is outstanding. My only complaint is that the instrucitons to convert to LP gas are not correct for this stove - there is a SUPPLEMENTAL SHEET in the kit that is correct but I didn't see it until I was done. It is not a bad job but neither is it a walk in the park. That aside, I am very pleased and would recommend this to choice on the market and half the money of top-end competitors. I'm not saying I'll buy Kenmore in everything, but this range is very, very nice. No disappointments.

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By 55551
April 3rd, 2015
extreme disappointment

This oven has been a great disappointment. I love to bake and this oven is impossible. I set the oven temp. for 350 and when the oven indicator signals it is ready, it is only at 200. I have had Sears Service here twice and was told that is how it works. "I should set the timer for 20 minutes when I turn the oven on". Unacceptable. Even taking 20 minutes to reach temp! What is the need for an indicator buzzer? Their other suggestion was to buy a digital thermometor that the techs have at about $40. I will never buy another Kenmore product.

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October 10th
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This is wonderful except for the limited height of bottom drawer, which is for warming or pan storage. With the warming rack included, it is impossible to use as directed. Am going to call service to make sure it is put together correctly. Also the cooking off of whatever things are coated with is very noxious.

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Our old gas range started giving us a lot of problems, so we started looking for a new replacement. We looked at several new gas ranges and decided on this range because of the Kenmore guality and our old range was a 14 year old Kenmore that had served us well.

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Was happy until year 4


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stay away had to replace igniter 18 months after purchase. Three Kenmore appliance purchase in two years all three had problems . Then you get the run around when its time for them to honor the warrantee. Spend your hard earned cash some were other than Sears.

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