Are Factory-Reconditioned KitchenAid Appliances Typically Covered by a Warranty?


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Factory-reconditioned or refurbished KitchenAid appliances usually come with a six-month limited warranty. The warranty starts from the time of purchase as determined from the receipt, which should be kept as proof of purchase.

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Are Factory-Reconditioned KitchenAid Appliances Typically Covered by a Warranty?
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Reconditioned and refurbished KichenAid appliances come with a limited warranty that does not include aesthetic or cosmetic blemishes and damage caused by abuse or misuse of the mixer. Problems that occur due to alteration of the mixer by the owner are also not covered by the warranty. The warranty only covers mixers when they are utilized in the United States for personal use. The warranty is void if the mixer is used in a commercial setting.

Although KitchenAid can't be held responsible for any damage done by the appliance, this varies from state to state. In order to get full details and explanations of consumer rights, the consumer must read the warranty. The consumer can also call the Experience Center for more information and questions about warranties at 1-800-541-6390.

Reconditioned and refurbished appliances are products that have been returned to the company for a variety of reasons, either by the retailer or consumer. The appliances are fixed if there are mechanical issues, inspected and cleaned. They are then sold at discounted prices as refurbished.

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