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KitchenAid 30" Range Hood KIRD801VSS

KitchenAid has spent decades creating innovative products for the well-equipped kitchen. From commercial grade cooktops and wine cellars to stand mixers and an impressive assortment of cookware, bakeware and accessories, they offer virtually every culinary essential you could need. Architect Series II Architect Series II appliances are an evolution of performance and intuitive design that was inspired by, and created for, those who love to cook and entertain. The timeless appearance of the Architect Series II comes in the form of robust contoured handles and knobs, rounded corners, and seamless stainless steel edges. Mouthwatering performance is reflected in adjustable settings, intuitive displays and control graphics, and complementary features designed to work together for a smooth cooking experience. KitchenAid is clearing the way with a retractable downdraft system that is 14" high, rising further above the cooktop to capture steam from tall stockpots and other cookware. And, it features a motor box that can be installed either towards the front or the back of the cabinet.
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Customer Reviews for KitchenAid 30" Range Hood KIRD801VSS
Review 1 for KitchenAid 30" Range Hood KIRD801VSS
Overall Rating: 
3 out of 5
3 out of 5
Performance: 
3 out of 5
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Value: 
3 out of 5
3 out of 5
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Location:Orinda, CA
Owned Product:2-3 years
Frequency of Use:Heavy
Would Recommend: No
Stopped working at 2&1/2 years old
Posted:7/15/12
Pros: looks nice and out of sight
Cons: not until the control board died after 2 1/2 years
" The Vent assmbly came up as usual, but when it was fully extended, the fan came on high without the switch being moved from the down or off position. The fan low/high switch did not make the fan motor slow down, and the the Up/Down button would not make the vent assmbly retract.
Repair folks say main control board INSIDE the unit is bad. Requires the electric stove top to be removed and the vent assmbly to be removed along with all the associated hard wired connection for both the electric stove top and the whole downdraft vent assembly.
including going under the house to dis connect the vent to line from the underhouse vert line which is \\sealed in a insulated vent run.
Cost to repair will be close to the original cost when new,
Totaly ridiculous!!!!! "