kitchenaid toasters

Information about the problems and breakdowns of KitchenAid toasters that were reported from 2005 to 2021.

Common problems: burning, fire.

Faulty modules: heating element.


1 safety recalls announced

Whirlpool Announce Recall of KitchenAid Toasters

  • Date: 3/24/2005

Name of Product: KitchenAid ProLine Toasters. An interruption of power to the toaster can cause the heating elements to unexpectedly self-start and could ignite any flammable items left on top of the unit, posing a fire hazard. The recalled ProLine countertop toasters are painted die-cast metal or stainless steel and come in 2-slice or 4-slice models.

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2 issues reported

KitchenAid KMTT400GCO

  • Date: 4/30/2011

The toaster does not pop up automatically. consumer's home almost burned down because they forgot to manually pop up the toaster. The kitchen cabinet was starting to burn.

KitchenAid KMT411OB0

  • Date: 7/17/2021

Consumer reports that the toaster was operating on its own without anyone being home for over an hour. The unit was very hot to the touch and the underside of the hanging cabinet was hot as well. This product is unsafe and a potential fire hazard.

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