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KitchenAid 36 in. Downdraft Vent Ceramic Glass Electric Cooktop in Stainless Steel (Silver) with 5 Elements including Double-Ring Elements

Item# 164-205485803-AF | Model# KECD867XSS | Added on July 1, 2012 | Seller: Home Depot
KitchenAid 36 in. Downdraft Vent Ceramic Glass Electric Cooktop in Stainless Steel (Silver) with 5 Elements including Double-Ring Elements
$1,394.10
$1,549.00
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Description
This KitchenAid Architect Series II 36 in. downdraft electric cooktop can be installed in an island or peninsula for truly flexible kitchen design. Because smoke, steam, and odors are captured right at the surface, there’s no need for overhead venting. Five elements, include three Double-Ring elements and a Warm Zone give you uncommon versatility for whatever cookware you use. And you can enjoy all these features even more knowing this cooktop is made right here in the USA. California residents: see Proposition 65 information Versatile 5 element cooktop has a 12 in./9 in. 2700/2000-watt Double-Ring element, two 9 in./6 in. 2200/1000-watt Double-Ring elements, a 1200-watt element and a 100-watt Warm-Zone element to handle the most demanding recipes Side controls are easy to access, and knobs are removable for quick cleaning Double-Ring elements maximize the cooktop surface by giving you a choice of element sizes. The Double-Ring elements allow you to choose the best element based on the type of cookware you are using Premium pure color ceramic-glass surface for a sophisticated look 400 CFM exhaust handles the venting requirements of high temperature cooking techniques like pan searing and stir-frying Vent Grille filter lifts out for easy cleaning in the dishwasher Hot Surface Indicator Light will glow as long as any surface cooking area is too hot to touch, even after the surface cooking area(s) is turned off Cooktop-On Indicator Light shows at a glance if any cooktop ... read more
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