Whirlpool AKL307IX review
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- Double electric built-in
Unusually for a double oven, both compartments of the Whirlpool AKL307IX have a timer to turn the heat off when the cooking time is up, so you can say goodbye to overcooked meals. They both have catalytic linings too, so which should make the ovens easier to clean. But did everything work perfectly when we tested this one in our test lab? Read our expert review to find out.
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- Additional infoWe changed the way that we assessed ovens in 2017, so the results for ovens tested before 2017 aren't directly comparable.
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