Have you just gotten a Kitchenaid oven but you don’t know how to turn it on? In this article, we will show you how to start a Kitchenaid oven and more.
How To Start A Kitchenaid Oven
Below, we show you how to start a Kitchenaid oven…
Step 1: Locate the power button on the oven’s control panel. This button looks like an “o” with an “l” in the middle.
Step 2: Press the button to start the oven.
On some other oven models, you just have to plug the power cord in or switch on the circuit breaker and it will turn on.
How To Turn On A Kitchenaid Oven Stove Top
To turn on the stove top of your Kitchenaid oven, simply turn the knob of the burner you want to use to the left. If you want to turn on a Kitchenaid single stove top, do the following…
Step 1: First, unlock the stove top by holding down the control lock button for three seconds.
Step 2: Press the power button to turn on the stove top.
Step 3: Tap the square of the element you want to use.
Step 4: Place your pan on the stove top element.
Step 5: Slide your hand on the bottom scroll to select the temperature of the element.
Step 6: If you want to select another element, follow the same steps from step 3.
Watch the video below for a visual of how to use a Kitchenaid stove top.
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Kitchenaid Oven Delay Start — How To Use
To use this Kitchenaid oven feature, follow the steps listed below…
Step 1: Make sure your clock is set to the right time.
Step 2: Place your food in the oven and shut the door.
Step 3: Press the “Delay Start” button.
Step 4: Set the time you want the oven to turn on.
Step 5: Choose your desired cooking function and set the temperature.
Step 6: Set your oven timer if you wich.
Step 7: Press the “Start” button.
Once the set time has been reached, the oven will turn on and start cooking.
Kitchenaid Oven Won’t Turn On After Self Cleaning — How To Fix
The thermal fuse in a Kitchenaid oven cannot withstand high temperatures. So, since high temperatures are used during the self clean cycle, the thermal fuse will most likely burn out. Because of this, the oven won’t turn on. Read the article “Kitchenaid Oven Self Clean [How To, Issues & Solutions]” to replace the thermal fuse in your oven and learn about the self clean feature. Also read the article to replace your thermal fuse if your Kitchenaid oven won’t start. If replacing the thermal fuse doesn’t fix the problem of your Kitchenaid oven not starting, call an electrician to determine if there is a power problem.
- Alternate part numbers include WPW10545255, AP6022801, 3021645, PS11756138, and WPW10545255VP.
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Kitchenaid Oven Start Button Not Working — How To Fix
If your Kitchenaid oven start button is not working, the control panel or touchpad should be replaced. Once the control panel starts wearing out, each of the buttons will stop working one at a time. The “Start” button is usually one of the first buttons to stop working since it is probably used the most. Read the article “Kitchenaid Oven Control Panel [Issues & Solutions]” to replace the control panel of your Kitchenaid oven and fix some other related issues you may be facing.