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Kitchenaid is renowned by home bakers and cooks for their high-quality kitchen appliances. While Kitchenaid has a well-earned reputation for durability, any manufactured appliance can develop an issue that renders it inoperable or less efficient. It’s a good idea for consumers to take advantage of warranties and service plans to ensure they can keep their Kitchenaid appliances in excellent condition.
Kitchenaid manufacturers a wide range of products. There are major appliances, such as ovens, refrigerators, and dishwashers. There are also comparatively smaller countertop appliances, which include blenders, toasters, slow cookers, and their famous stand mixers.
The extent of Kitchenaid’s manufacturer’s warranty depends on the appliance in question. Major appliances will usually have multi-year full warranties, which are then followed by multi-year limited warranties. For example, a Kitchenaid built-in refrigerator will have parts and labor covered in full for six years if any component of the sealed refrigeration system breaks down. For the next six years, Kitchenaid will replace defective parts in the refrigeration system, but the company will not pay for labor.
The warranty period is significantly shorter for smaller appliances. The warranty for a Kitchenaid stand mixer, for instance, is active for only one year after purchase.
As is often the case, there are limitations to the kind of damage Kitchenaid will repair, even if the product is still covered by the warranty. Kitchenaid will repair any of their appliances that break down because of defective parts or poor workmanship. They will not cover damage that is sustained by misuse, abuse, or modification. They will not cover products that are used for commercial purposes, and they will often not supply replacement parts if the appliance has been relocated to another country.
If you’re looking for the company to repair your Kitchenaid appliances, check your product’s warranty information in your owner’s manual.
Kitchenaid does offer extended service plans, but it can be frustrating to juggle multiple service plans if you have appliances that come from many different manufacturers. With Liberty Home Guard, you can get a premium kitchen appliances warranty and bundle coverage for multiple appliances to save yourself money and trouble.
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