Whirlpool Ranges & Ovens
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Purchased Gas Range Feb.1, 2021. By April 2023 is needs a new mother board and igniter. $500 for parts plus paid $174.00 for service. Response from customer service. "You should have gotten the extended warranty." I had GE range for 17 years. Never a service call. Why would I think a extended warranty would be needed. Also bought a Whirlpool Washer at the same time. Hate it!
I purchased my house in August 29th 2022 and the oven went out on January 23rd 2023. It keeps flashing an error code Err F1 E0. It is now March 27th 2023 and my stove is still out. The service tech says the parts on back order and Whirlpool don't have any answers and will not replace the unit. I have thrown out some of the food because it has expired and I more to expire soon. #youtellme
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I bought a Whirlpool range in may 2022. The top worked great. We tried to use oven for thanksgiving but it would not go past 190? We waited on hold for hours before finally got a person on the phone on 12/15. They were supposed to have a repair person on the 3rd of January. Never showed. They were to have another one on 1/13. Never showed either and every time we try to call we have to wait as much as 5 hours to talk to someone who then keeps on giving me the runaround. All my appliances for the past 20 years have been whirlpool but now will not buy anything else from whirlpool/Maytag/Amana and still don't have a working oven.
I purchased a Whirlpool slide in range on March 26, 2020 for 1200.00. From the beginning I was not happy with the product. I found the glass top difficult to keep clean. Fast Forward to November 6,2022. The oven quit working would not heat above 300 degrees. My husband ordered a heating element and replaced it. Still did not work. We called an appliance repair company. The whole motherboard was shot. 450.00 for parts plus labor. I was devastated. Now mind you that is 2 weeks before Thanksgiving and I have 20 people coming to my house, so I need an oven. Called Whirlpool and they said so sorry, they can offer me 40 percent off regular price and 20 percent off sale items but there is a catch. Only can order off their site and would take a month to get here.
Went on site there was only 2 slide in range one was out of stock and other one was not near what we wanted and with discount still be around 1,000. So we went back to our local appliance store and purchased a different brand with an extended warranty. The model number of this range is WEE74HOFS Serial number RX0942852. We are not rich by any means and to think an appliance only lasted two years is deplorable. Whirlpool you should be ashamed of yourself. I hope this review will help anyone else that is considering a new slide in range. Please stay away from Whirlpool.
Purchased to replace a previous smooth top Whirlpool with no knobs. That was a Schott Ceran cooktop. Loved it, but due to an accident the top was cracked and we decided to replace it. Cleaned easily, completely and with no streaks. The new one is not Schott Ceran and cannot get it clean without streaks. Contacted Whirlpool and they said they have no knowledge of dissatisfaction. They must not read the reviews. Difficulty cleaning is probably the top issue. The cooktop itself is quite good but still prefer the old smooth top with touch controls.
We had control panel failure with each of two uses of the self-cleaning feature with careful following of the step-by-step instructions in the manual. I feel certain this cannot be an issue that's never been reported to Whirlpool(WP) with other consumers. They refused to cover the issue, but thankfully we had a home warranty.
Sadly, when the home warranty company reached out directly to WP for them to service the device, WP reported (after 3 weeks of attempts) that they were not receiving the service requests from the warranty company. They refused to service their own product. Another well-known and established company sent a repair person to problem solve and install parts. It is noteworthy that when we purchased our home, the owner had remodeled the kitchen just 2 years prior to our move-in. The kitchen and appliances appeared new and the owners had obviously not used them often, or at all. The home was vacant long before move in. The first oven failure occurred at 2 years old and now again at 4 years old. It would appear the control panel lasts for under 2 years.
It is frustrating that WP would not stand behind their product or service their product under a reputable 3rd party home warranty company issued service requests 5 times. But, the real hook, line, and sinker, is how disappointed we are that we can't use the self cleaning feature on a $4000 oven. We will be replacing the oven in the future, but not with another WP; that is for certain. I think Whirlpool's niche are washers and perhaps they are still quite good at that. Perhaps they should stick with washers.
My wife and I purchased a Whirlpool electric range/oven three years ago. The oven stopped working, and we discovered the control panel/board needed replaced. Even with an extended warranty; Whirlpool was unwilling repair, replace or refund the oven. A control panel should be good for the service life of the oven, so I guess Whirlpool ovens are only good for a few years. I've priced control panels locally and online, and they cost nearly as much as a new oven. My wife and I have decided to buy a new range/oven. It will not be a Whirlpool.
I have to say that I am someone who has never written a negative review. That said, the KitchenAid double wall oven I purchased for $3,000 is an astonishingly poor assembly, reflecting a complete lack of interest in quality control during the manufacturing process. After it was installed, no one could miss that the doors were both badly askew. Whirlpool promptly sent a tech to make a warranty repair, but the problem could not be repaired. So, today, Whirlpool installed a replacement under the warranty.
The doors on the replacement unit are not askew; they are simply in the wrong place, leaving a 1/16" space on the right margin and a nearly 3/8" space on the left margin. There is clearly a fundamental flaw in their manufacturing process. Where is this junk assembled and by whom? Why don't they seem to care about their product?
I move to my new house May 31/2022, days after I out something to cook in the oven and catch on fire, the door is overheating and is going to damage my kitchen cabinets, I burned my leg mildly because the gas range is overheating outside very unsafe. Whirlpool technician said is normal and will be adding insulation to the door. More neighbors have same issues, the problem the hiuse is with gas range included and century homes said is whirpool sending technician and don’t want to gave us something different. Please don’t purchase anything at whirlpool, lack of responsibility when they already have several complaints about this same gas range. They are waiting for a deadly issue to happens to recall or solve this problem.
I purchased a new Whirlpool range from Lowe's 12/2016. I took out the extended warranty (expired 2021). My range is the coil burner, last year a repairman had to replace (for a second time) a part because my burner stopped working. Fast forward to present day....the pigtail my burner connects to has burnt to a crisp. I have notified Whirlpool and am currently waiting to see if they contact me. I haven't abused my range, as I do normal cooking and occasional home canning. I can't help but believe this is a malfunction with the range as there is no other explanation. I guess I will find out (maybe) from Whirlpool. I would recommend to stay away from Whirlpool. FYI, my Whirlpool appliances were purchased in a package and included a fridge that currently the ice maker half way works and dishwasher that currently will not heat dry. Buyer beware.
Whirlpool author review by ConsumerAffairs Research Team
Whirlpool is one of the oldest names for home appliances in the U.S., with a company history stretching back to 1911. It currently sells more than $15 billion of home appliances and other products in more than 170 countries around the world.
Kitchen stylist tools: Whirlpool's kitchen styling tools make it easy for buyers to pre-visualize how given models for cooking appliances will appear in their kitchen design.
Extensive heating technology: Whirlpool offers one of the industry's most extensive selections of appliances equipped with advanced heating technology like convection and induction heating.
Flexible appliance pairing: Whirlpool maintains multiple product lines that can be easily mixed-and-matched with other products to maintain consistent usability and design.
Easy support: Whirlpool offers extensive resources online for customers who need to schedule warranty support or find information about replacement parts, even for discontinued models.
Standalone cook tops: Whirlpool's collection of standalone cooktops is one of the largest in the industry.
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