This product is a never-installed KitchenAid stainless steel self-cleaning electric double wall oven. The oven still has the plastic film cover from the manufacturer but has a few dents in the back and a fin that is bent down in the back (see photos for detail).
The oven has an electronic control panel in the front, a CleanBake element in the floor panel to protect it from spills, a Third Hidden Element convection element and fan to circulate hot air located the back panel, maxi and econo broil settings, a built-in temperature probe jack inside the oven, and other features such as timed cooking and a Sabbath mode.
This appliance has been tested by our staff and is in working condition. We have a 21-day return policy for all appliances, see details below.
Model #: KEBC278KSS04
Serial #: XU0303989
Date of Manufacture: January 2007
Overall dimensions: 51" High x 26.75" Wide x 23" Deep
Recessed dimensions from manufacturer: 49.5" High x 25-3/8" Wide x 23" Deep
The photos included in this listing show the item you will receive. Listing includes only what is described and no additional items are included. Please review this listing carefully, and raise any questions before purchasing.
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- You must pick up your items within 5 days of the date of purchase.
- Shipping is not available. In-store pickup only.
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