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30-Inch 4-Burner Dual Fuel Slide In Range, Architect® Series II

30-Inch 4-Burner Dual Fuel Slide In Range, Architect Series II is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 91.
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This 30-inch slide-in range has a versatile TripleTier® Burner that can simmer and sear on the same burner. The dual fuel range also features an electric oven that includes a variety of easy to use features such as the Even-Heat™ True Convection System, which delivers exceptional, even cooking on all three racks - no rotation required.


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Affresh® Cooktop Cleaning Wipes are specially formulated dual-sided wipes with a scrubber side to remove everyday residues and a smooth side to leave your ceramic cooktop shiny and sparkling with a streak-free finish1.
MSRP: $4.99

Dual Fuel Range

Satisfies the culinary needs of the most demanding cooks by combining the precise control of a gas cooking surface with an electric oven.

Even-Heat™ True Convection

Produces flawless results. The unique bow-tie design and convection fan ensure the inside of the entire oven is heated to, and stays at, the perfect temperature.

15K BTU TripleTier® Burner with InstaWok™

Offers the versatility to go from very low heat for simmering and melting to very high heat for searing or wok cooking, all on the same burner.

Additional Features

Closed-Door Thermal Broil with Full and Center Settings

Decreases the time needed to get exceptional results similar to outdoor grilling. Two settings deliver intense, concentrated broiling for large or small quantities.

EasyConvect™ Conversion System

Takes guesswork out of convection cooking by ensuring you can get exceptional results when experimenting with new or familiar recipes.

Warming Drawer

Allows you to keep cooked food warm or warm plates before serving.

4.1 Cu. Ft. Total Capacity

Provides room to handle a family-size meal.

Star-K Certified

Approves the oven for use on the Sabbath and other religious holidays when Sabbath Mode is being used.

Configuration and Overview

Fuel Type
Dual Fuel
Range Type 

Cooktop Features

Cooktop Element Style
Cooktop Surface Color
Cooktop Surface Material
Stainless Steel
Number of Cooking Element-Burners
Left Front Element-Burner Power
15,000 BTU
Left Front Element-Burner Type
Sealed Burner
Left Rear Element-Burner Power
6000 BTU
Left Rear Element-Burner Type
Sealed Burner
Right Front Element-Burner Power
6000 BTU
Right Front Element-Burner Type
Sealed Burner
Right Rear Element-Burner Power
12,500 BTU
Right Rear Element-Burner Type
Sealed Burner
Number of Grates
Grate Details
Cast Iron Grates, Continuous, Matte Finish

Oven Features

Number of Oven Lights
Automatic Convection Conversion Temperature Adjust
Heating Element On Indicator Light
Hot Surface Indicator Light
Power On Indicator Light
Light Type
Oven Rack Type
Oven Control Location
Oven Cooking System
Hidden Bake Element
Broiler Element Power
Broiler Location
Top of Oven
Convection Element Type
Convection Functions
Bake, Broil, Roast
Number of Oven Racks
Number of Rack Guides


Handle Material
Audible Signal, Clock, Control Lock, Dehydrate, Full Meal Cook, Power Outage Compatible, Proofing, Sabbath Mode, Star K, Temperature Probe, Timer
ADA Compliant
ADA Height and Operation Compliant


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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Finally, I have a dual fuel range! We've only had this range for two weeks. Still learning all the features. It worked well when we prepared a dinner for seventeen guests on Thanksgiving.
Date published: 2017-11-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from We Call This Oven "The Thanksgiving Curse" We moved in to a new house a year ago. Previous owners had installed this oven. We invite extended family over for Thanksgiving. Oven is running all morning. Open oven in the afternoon to remove entree; find oven stone cold, even though digital display says otherwise. We end up cooking food in the oven of a neighboring house, but some out-of-town guests have to leave before it's ready. You can imagine how we felt. Later we discover that installation guys had left plastic packing material over a vent. We tell ourselves, "Maybe this is what happened." We remove plastic, and have no problems for many months. Thanksgiving rolls around again. We manage to get the turkey roasted, and then...IT HAPPENS AGAIN. Oven won't heat up. No side dishes get cooked. 24 people wonder what the heck is going on. The digital display still functions, but oven is cold. We turn oven off and try every hour or so...some six hours later the oven finally responds and begins to heat up. By then we've divvied up the casseroles into mini pyrex dishes and used our TOASTER OVEN to do the job our Kitchenaid oven won't. We weren't looking for it, but one day while digging around in the basement, we found a box for a replacement computer display. We feel pretty certain that the previous owners of the house had had the same problem with the oven. I think the only reason it's not happened to us more than a handful of times, is that we don't often host the sorts of events that require us to cook for hours and hours, thus causing something in the oven to overheat and malfunction. We've looked online and we are not the only ones furious with this oven. One gentleman suggested that the problem is the location of the oven's vents. They are on the front, and one sits directly below the computer display. Given all of the complaints online, there is no way that Kitchenaid is not aware of this problem, and yet they continue to sell this thing.
Date published: 2017-11-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I like it Cooks really well. Flame is easy to control and micro adjust, easy to clean. So far so good. Way better than the Bosch it replaced. The only downside is the fan is somewhat loud when convection baking.
Date published: 2017-05-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Disappointed My range is now 2 years old and I wish I had seen it 'in person' before my purchase. The grates are so heavy that my front stainless strip is scratched from moving them. BUT, the left grate has a wok insert that makes my pans wobble--and that is where the only big burner is. I thought it was my old pans so I bought a new set of All Clad and discovered that it's the insert that isn't steady--hate it! It's not possible to reverse the sides or even to replace that grate with a solid one (like the one on the right side). The oven also takes forever to heat up, maybe 15-20 min to reach 350.....
Date published: 2016-01-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Kitchenaid I recently had my kitchen remodeled and bought this stove. What a great improvement over my previous stove that really wasn't very old. This one is incredible!!
Date published: 2015-12-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to use Very nice to cook with. Meals turn out good. Love the simmer burner
Date published: 2015-09-25
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Poor design Steam causing door handle to detach And noisy I purchased this range because it was a duel fuel which really thrilled me. I love cooking on gas,which in this case is a convert to Propane, because of the excellent cooking. Adjusting the flame for proper cooking took many tries. The oven takes a significant amount of time to heat up. Many times as much as 18 minutes to heat to 350*. This seems excessive and loses heat throughout the baking cycle. I recently purchased a kitchenaid mixer for baking and sadly most projects that are baked have not turned out well because of the oven heating issues. Also the fan noise while you use the oven and the large dual burner for boiling water is very noisy and causes a rattling of the range. Most disturbing to me has been the door handle and panel detaching from the inner door. It started after I noticed more steam coming out of the top of the door during the oven cooking cycle. It condenses and runs down the exterior of the oven and fills the control panel fogging the display. As a result of the steam, the door handle glue loosened to the point that they handle came off on the left side. I had a service technician through the retailer I purchased this appliance from repair and replace the door exterior portion in July 2015. Now, less than 2 months later the door handle is loose again. I used the oven self cleaning cycle 2 weeks ago and I'm wondering if that has caused this along with the steam from the vent exiting the front door handle area. I've called customer service at kitchenaid and all they can do is tell me I'm out of warranty and they can set up a service call and charge me for it. I have an extended warranty so I declined to pay for a service call. I'm sure the retailer that my service can repair it again but how many more times will this happen I think KitchenAid could do more. Don't you? Someone should redesign these flaws and make repairs or replace appliances that fail due to design. When a customer reports these issues why should they have to pay? It is a pretty stove but it rusts along the burner plates and the top of the gas stove is constant cleaning job. The grates are very heavy, so if you work out you'll be fine. It scratches easily so only use a soft cloth and dish detergent or water. Overall I regret the purchase. I was limited in the available choices and had always felt KitchenAid was a top notch brand. With this product they have missed the mark.
Date published: 2015-08-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love my new range It works just as expected. I wish it didn't take so long for the oven to pre-heat and I wish it had more than one timer, but otherwise it is a terrific range. Looks great too!
Date published: 2015-08-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My first experience to cook with gas I am loving my 30-inch 4-Burner Dual Fuel slide-in range. I've been using it for about 6 weeks now. It boils water and cooks so much faster than electric. I love the electric oven and really have enjoyed the warming drawer feature under the oven. I'd recommend this range to anyone! So glad I selected this KitchenAid over the others I looked at.
Date published: 2015-07-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice stove This stove came with our new house and we love the features. It cooks evenly and cleans easily. The only thing wrong was the burner location pictures by the knobs didn't match the right burners. We had to use a black marker so we would know which was which . Overall very pleased.
Date published: 2015-07-22
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