A quick Google search of “common problems with a KitchenAid oven” will reveal one reoccurring problem for anyone who purchased these ovens between the early 2000s and 2010. The complication seems to stem from the KitchenAid oven’s self-cleaning feature. The self-cleaning feature of most brands use extreme temperatures to burn off excess left in your unit during baking and other food preparation.
The first troubleshoot from the KitchenAid customer service line will likely be a suggestion to, essentially, reboot the oven by turning off all power to the oven for five minutes and then turning it back on. If this does not work, those customer service representatives will suggest you set up a service call through their own repair people.
If you live in the New York area though, our New York oven repair experts are the best option. We will show up quickly, repair efficiently, and answer questions about how and why your unit failed honestly.
Customers who have experienced this specific problem with their KitchenAid oven have been widely critical of the appliance. Of course, if buying a new oven is simply not on your list of expenses for the coming months, a fix will be needed, at least for a little while. American Repair Service is here to help.