The Kenmore 92583 is another one of this brand's Pro line appliances.
Now with the Pro line, Kenmore wants to make appliances that can compete with upper end, read expensive, appliances.
But I find that this range along with another range from this line that I tested, falls short.
First let's start on a high note.
Let's talk about some of the good qualities this range has.
First of all this electric cook top can boil water fast.
I'm talking under nine minutes for about 112 ounces of water.
And the oven does a great job at cooking multiple racks of biscuits at once.
Thanks to the dual convection fans that are located in the back of the oven.
Unfortunately, that's where the good news ends for this Kenmore.
This range has a tendency to start to burn foods when you use the Accela-Heat feature.
Which is an oven setting that allows you to cook food super fast, but it's almost a little too powerful for its own good.
Overall, Kenmore is a really good brand and I've tested ranges that I really like, but the Pro line still needs some work.
I definitely recommend going back to some of the less expensive and more reliable Kenmore models.
Until the Pro lines gets itself together.
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