Consumers can order replacement parts for KitchenAid ranges from the official KitchenAid website, RepairClinic.com, Sears Parts Direct and AppliancePartsPros.com. These websites have a wide range of shipping options, and some of these online stores have parts for older models no longer sold as new ranges.
The KitchenAid parts shop allows users to narrow a search by appliance type, after which shoppers can view 12 items per page or all items per page. Range parts on this website include broiler pans, crumb trays, knobs, wire racks and screw feet. Each listing explains which parts fit particular models.
RepairClinic.com contains hundreds of listings for KitchenAid parts including receptacle kits, light bulbs, bake elements, temperature sensors and stovetop heating elements. Each part gets matched with an exact range so there is no confusion as to which appliance the part supplies. This website has a 365-day return policy.
Sears PartsDirect lists more than 1,600 KitchenAid ovens as of February 2015. The website allows consumers to narrow searches by drop-in, freestanding or slide-in models. Owners may search by model number or via the parts finder search. When a particular model is clicked, a diagram of parts appears for control panels, drawers, cooktops, internal oven parts and more. Consumers pick individual parts to buy after selecting the area of the oven where the part is located.