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Specifications & Dimensions
|Controls and Features:|
|Approximate Width:||30 inches|
|Cutout Dimensions:||See Installation Guide below product description|
|Depth with Door Open (in.):||45.5|
|Lower Oven Capacity (cu. ft.):||4.2|
|Lower Oven Interior Dimensions (WxHxD):||24.13 W x 16.50 H x 18.03 D in.|
|Upper Oven Interior Dimensions (WxHxD):||24.13 W x 16.50 H x 18.03 D in.|
|Power Cord Included:||Yes|
|Gas or Electric:||Electric|
|Lower Oven Bake Element Wattage:||2200|
|Lower Oven Broiler Element Wattage:||4000|
|Lower Oven Convection Wattage:||2500|
|Minimum Circuit Rating:||40 amps|
|Total Connected Load:||8.3 kW @ 240V / 6.3 kW @ 208V|
|Upper Oven Bake Element Wattage:||2200|
|Upper Oven Broiler Element Wattage:||4000|
|Upper Oven Convection Wattage:||2500 watts|
|Oven Door Handle:||Curved|
|Upper/Single Oven Configuration:|
|Upper Oven Bake Element Location:||Beneath oven floor|
|Upper Oven Broiler Location:||Top of oven|
|Upper Oven Capacity (cu. ft.):||4.2|
|Upper Oven Light(s) Type:||Halogen|
|Lower Oven Configuration:|
|Lower Oven Bake Element Location:||Beneath oven floor|
|Lower Oven Broiler Location:||Top of oven|
|Convection Type:||Fan w/ Additional Element or Burner|
|Oven Cleaning Method:||All self-clean|
|Overall Type:||Double oven|
|Temperature Range:||170-550 deg. F|
|Venting:||Between upper oven door and control panel|
Ratings & Reviews
Kenmore Elite 30" Double Wall Oven - Bake in Style
The Kenmore Elite 30" double wall oven 4818 easily cuts your baking time in half, thanks to a pair of 4.2-cu. ft. ovens. Stacked one on top of the other, these self-cleaning convection ovens feature hidden heating elements that help bake dishes quickly and evenly. The porcelain oven racks have handles integrated right into their design, so as soon as the timer dings you can easily slide out the golden-brown goodies without burning yourself. For added safety, take advantage of the oven-lockout feature, which makes sure doors and controls stay off-limits to children.
- True Convection combines a powerful fan with a hidden heating element to spread heat evenly, helping bake, brown and crisp everything from turkeys and roasts to brownies and pies.
- From keeping a stack of pizzas toasty to cooking Thanksgiving dinner, this Kenmore delivers plenty of room, so you can load it up and enjoy hot, delicious meals, treats and more.
- The Convenient Temperature Probe produces perfect doneness every time by automatically turning off once your turkey or roast reaches precisely the right interior temperature.
- With the push of a button, the total wall oven lockout feature secures controls and prevents temperature tampering, especially from the smallest fingers in the house.
- A convenient control panel puts more oven settings at your fingertips, ensuring you choose the right cooking options with easy-to-use one touch selections.
- With a long-lasting finish that's less likely to tarnish or discolor than others, porcelain-coated oven racks keep foods from sticking and make cleanup fast.
- The Self-cleaning function conveniently cleans the oven's interior using high temperatures to burn spills, soil and soot away without a bit of scrubbing.
Added on October 21, 2010
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Most Helpful Reviews
Don't buy this oven unless you have an exhaust fan or hood vented to the outside of the house. Cooking a turkey using the roast function or using the self clean function filled our house with smoke. There was so much smoke we had to open all the windows and use a fan to exhaust the smoke to the outside of the house. We were afraid that the smoke alarm would go off. The oven uses fans to exhaust heat and smoke from the front of oven into the room in which the oven is located. There is no non convection roast mode for the oven. We had the Sears repairman come out to look at the problem and he confirmed that that is how the oven works. I would not have bought this oven if I had known this, The old double wall oven we replaced did not have this problem.
I have had the "Repair Crew" out and it was like "Its all your fault" or at least that When I use the Convection Roast, it has beeped and told me it is now to temperature for "Roasting"( I now have meat of some kind in the oven!) I set the timer, walk away... come back and vola... it has shut down... I have now learned to baby sit the oven for a bit to be sure that it doesn't shut down... If there were something in the manual to cover this... or the Tech knowing... how to solve I would have really appreciated it... BUT THE IS NOTHING IN THE MANUAL ABOUT HOW TO PREVENT the oven from SHUTTING DOWN in the cooking process... I think I am going to try the 20 minutes wait before loading my food in the future (Another reviewer suggested this)
We purchased (what we thought were) 'high-end' appliances for our new home thinking that we would have a quality product, without issues. We did our entire kitchen in Kenmore 'Elite' appliances and couldn't be more disappointed. Specifically, this oven that we've owned for less than two years will not keep to temperature and now is spontaneously shutting itself off while baking. Sears wants to charge us another fee to come out and look at the same issue we've been having since we purchased this appliance in October 2011. PLEASE DO YOURSELF A FAVOR. SAVE THE HEADACHES AND DO NOT BUY KENMORE APPLIANCES. THEY ARE ****. THEY HAVE LITTLE TO NO WARRANTY AND THE CUSTOMER SERVICE AFTER THE SALE IS PATHETIC.
Oven has nice features and all works well EXCEPT to bake cakes, brownies or cookie bars! The bottoms of items get charred to a crisp, while the top and middle is on the undercooked side. Tried Bread/Cakes feature and normal bake cycles. Repairman was out. He calibrated the oven temperature lower, and said to preheat oven 20 minutes at least. Didn't help my problem, as items still continue to burn. Fiddled with different pans, lowering temperatures, decreasing cooking times, and "baby sitting" everything that gets baked in fear of it burning. End results still vary from being too raw or burnt on the bottom and/or edges! Second repairman lowered the oven temperature again and recommended putting an empty cookie sheet on the lowest rack while baking. To pacify him, I attempted that. Had to keep adding time to the baking time now. One recipe still came out raw even though it looked perfect on top and bottom. DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME OR MONEY ON THIS OVEN!
Great product. I am using my oven almost everyday since the installation. Just love it...very quiet... and fast cooking on the conventional oven. The sales person was great...the installation was great...the product is great. Very happy with the whole process.
Fort Worth, TX
Purchased this about a month ago (4/1/13). Works flawlessly. You need to read the manual. If you don't you will be confused and think that the oven is not working correctly. Don't hesitate to purchase, you will like it.
This oven is wonderfully large and fits my large cookie sheets easily. For company dinners everything fits in both ovens easily. BUT the level of the racks are either too high or too low which allow for uneven cooking and the need to constantly move things around if using both racks. The overall heating is uneven; hotter on one side than the other, causing me to have to rotate items in order to have them cook evenly. Broiling always sets off the smoke detector two rooms away and takes hours to clear the room of smoke! Finally, the humidity that builds up while using this oven has caused my cabinets above to discolor. One MUST back away when opening the oven doors in order to not get burned by humidity. And how can I get food that drops behind the glass cleaned out?
We were impressed in the catalog with the durability and the price point. However, it took two service calls to get the temperature settings somewhat close and we still have to rotate items to get even baking. This occurs on both conventional and convection baking.
I love this oven. I previously owned an LG double oven which had some problems so I figure I'd take the time to upgrade and boy am I glad I did. This oven cooks incredibly evenly time after time and I love all of the features that come with the elite version.
For the most part, the oven works just great as an oven. However, anything with any moisture, left uncovered, will completely fill the unsealed window glass with steam. This steam will remain for up to five days. But in the meantime, the moisture settles down in the bottom and turns into some sort of white goo. Then this will eventually turn to a rust color. You can't see your food through the steam, so the double-lighting system is pretty useless. And the bacteria that fills the inside of the doors is disturbing. I've been told by techs that this is normal and how they've always been. Funny the salespeople don't mention this "feature." I'm having a door set replaced, but they say this is cosmetic and my 5-yr warranty doesn't allow for cosmetic problems. Apparently a door in a food cooking device, filled with molds and bacteria, is only considered cosmetic... And the tech service is horrible. They got days wrong, add dates I didn't. And only have 30 days to schedule.
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