Cooks Essentials Customer Service Number

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Cooks Essentials

Cooks Essentials


If one is looking for kitchen wares then Cooks Essentials offer a helping hand in this business showing out best quality. We are here talking about the QVC’s very own cookware brand. The products range from stainless steel to hard coat enamel pans having unique non-stick coatings and impact bonded bases. They are also not far behind in electronic gadgets such as deep air fryers and handheld blenders.
They mainly focus on their technique for designing of such cookware’s considering into mind the most confident chefs.

About manufacturers


The manufacturers are the televised home shopping company that is known for offering out services across the world. It was founded out in July 1986 and is headquartered in West Chester, Pennsylvania, United States. The company is best known for offering products in categories like fashion, handbags, shoes, jewellery, beauty, home & garden, electronics, health & fitness and kitchen wares. They have served many customers and are best in quality.

What they have for sale?


We can consider it as a brand name of cookware products manufactured by the QVC Company. Their products are categorised into cookware, grills, bakes ware, knives, storage and organization whereas in electric category they include indoor grills, pressure cookers, pots & pans, slow cookers, vacuum sealers, popcorn machines and speciality appliances. Considering the kitchen tools the brand has variety of products such as can openers, slicers & graters, colanders, baking tools, utensils and many more.

What is the secret of their good quality?



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They are very much confident with their techniques that include designs with anodised, cast iron and silicone constructions to give you professional quality bake wares and utensils. They are also well known for their new launch that are colourful prepology kitchen basics under which they have a colourful range of silicone kitchen utensils and gadgets that are so designed to ensure comfort, versatility, value and durability as key functions for perfect accessories of kitchen.
They are also not far behind from the traditional cookware’s that are the real inspiration of home cook. People still opt for old fashioned ways of baking, roasting, stewing and preserving and for this the basic line of cookware by cook’s essentials proves beneficial. They have helpful, innovative and trendy appliances that necessarily make you better cook further offering a well put together products that last many years.

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  • Address

    1200 Wilson Drive, West Chester, Pennsylvania 19380, United States

  • Contact Number

    1888-345-5788

  • Website

    www.qvc.com

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comments (15) on Cooks Essentials Customer Service Contact Number

Cooks Essentials 6qt. Airfryer

Posted on Aug 14, 2019 at 07:16 PM

Kyndell Little says: I purchased your 6 qt Airdryee a while back. I just unpacked it and have tried to use it. I am quite frustrated as it is extremely difficult to open it. I have four by other manufacturers and yours is the worse. I love the color and features but had I opened it earlier, I would have to return it as it’s not easily lined by others. Extremely disappointed.

Looking for item parts

Posted on Nov 07, 2016 at 10:25 PM

Tom Schroeder says: I have a vaccum packaging system (K92707) and need to replace the rubber parts. Can you tell me where I can get these parts? Or, can you tell me of a comparable model by a popular manufacturer where parts might be available?

Thanks,
Tom

Require replacement

Posted on Nov 07, 2016 at 07:31 PM

brenda cunningham says: I bought the newest air fryer from QVC last month. The basket doesn't go back in correctly. Before, I sent this back to QVC I wanted to contact Cooks Essentials to see if there is something else that can be done.

Facing trouble with product

Posted on Nov 06, 2016 at 05:42 PM

Diane Rix says: Daughter bought a CE 5.3 air fryer. She got the drawer out but cannot get the basket out of the drawer. She called QVC customer service and got a totally rude and no help rep. I read that many people are having the same issue of removing the basket in the 5.4 air fryer. Help please.

Looking for an item

Posted on Oct 31, 2016 at 08:37 PM

Vicki S Gandolf says: I need a new gasket for my Cooks Essentials electric oval pressure cooker. Model number on the book is 99725, 99721, 99722, 99723. Thanks, How do I get this item?

Looking for an item in stock

Posted on Oct 26, 2016 at 09:50 AM

JANICE HARRELL says: When will k42946 be back in stock at QVC? We have waited almost a year now. Is this discontinued? This is the 14x14 ceramic electric skillet. I need this as soon as possible, please help. Thanks.

Samantha T says:

Posted on Sep 23, 2016 at 08:11 AM

I bought the complete cookware set along with some extra pieces. It had a lifetime warranty. My large 5qt pots and small 2qt pots have a lot of the non-stick surface coming off very bad. Is there something that warranty would cover?

Carol Essig says:

Posted on Sep 15, 2016 at 09:09 PM

I purchased Cooks Essential knife set in Kohls about two months ago. After washing in the dishwasher, the knives have dark brown spots. Please let me know how these spots can be removed. Thanks.

Dorothy Johnson says:

Posted on Sep 10, 2016 at 07:03 PM

I have a cook's essential 6 qt pressure cooker I got from QVC a couple years ago- now it won't do any thing- when pushing any thing it just stays blank like it is dead. Where do I get it repaired?

Mike Yong says:

Posted on Aug 19, 2016 at 09:31 PM

I bought the complete cookware set and it had a lifetime warranty! Several of the pans are experiencing non-stick surface failing. Is the warranty going to cover this??

Jennifer Robinson says:

Posted on Jul 18, 2016 at 11:17 PM

I received the Cook's Essential 6 qt Pressure Cooker as a gift last September. I have really enjoyed it but recently have had trouble with it sealing. It continuously releases steam and never holds the pressure. I have cleaned it well and tried to figure out what was going on. It seems that the floating valve isn’t able to rise all of the way because the locking plate doesn’t slide over. This also prevents it from locking so it can be opened at very hot temperatures. What should be my next step in getting this matter resolved?

Lisa briest says:

Posted on Jul 18, 2016 at 09:36 PM

I bought one of your microwave pressure cookers its the 4.0 quart one and it didn't have a manual on how to use it could you please send me a manual. Thank you for your time in this matter my address is Lisa Briest 850 Rock Creek Road Lot 15 Erwin, TN 37650 sincerely Lisa briest.

Pat Hartpence says:

Posted on May 04, 2016 at 07:42 PM

Need pressure release valve for cooks essential pressure cooker model # 99725.

Betty Collier says:

Posted on Apr 23, 2016 at 11:16 PM

I have a Cook's Essentials electric pressure cooker, which I love! However, when I try to use the pre-programmed options, I get the error 'rrp'. What can I do?

Elaine Miller says:

Posted on Feb 25, 2016 at 07:39 AM

I bought the large set of cooks essentials several years ago but I forgot the had the lifetime warranty. Now I don't have them all and the ones I do have are very scratched. But that's not why I'm writing.
My problem is I was boiling some red beans and rice for my jambalaya and the glass lid on my 10 inch cook pot just shattered, dropping little pieces of glass into my meal. Ruining it of course. Would this be under warranty?

 
 

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