ELECTRIC FREESTANDING RANGE Featuring IQ-TouchTM Electronic Controls
FRONT CONTROL DESIGN
Effortlessly upgrade your back-control range to built-in style. This range will easily replace traditional 30" freestanding ranges.
PERFECT TASTETM DUAL CONVECTION
For consistently delicious taste and texture,
our dual-fan convection circulates air more evenly throughout the oven for an even cook. Two variable speeds work in tandem with three heating elements (bake, broil, and convection) to give you delicious results every time.
PERFECT TASTETM TEMP PROBE
The Perfect TasteTM Temp Probe lets you cook each dish to perfection. It does more than measure temperature — it alerts you when food has reached the desired temperature and automatically adjusts to the Keep Warm setting, so you never overcook your food and deliver perfect results every time.
FLEX-2-FIT® HEATING ELEMENTS
Automatically expands up to three sizes, giving you precision and control with a variety of cookware.
MORE EASY-TO-USE FEATURES
Maintain the perfect temperature of your food until serving time.
EASY-TO-CLEAN COOKTOP SURFACE
Smooth glass cooktop makes cleanup a breeze.
A LUXURY-GLIDE® OVEN RACK
With a ball bearing system, the oven rack is so smooth it extends effortlessly so you can more easily manage the transfer of all dishes, even heavy ones.
PLATINUM STAR® LIMITED WARRANTY
Our exclusive limited warranty that includes 3-year coverage on parts and one year on labor 1.
Automatically adjusts standard baking temperatures to convection temperatures, for perfect, consistent results.
6 COOKING MODES
Bake, Broil, Convection Bake, Convection Roast, Keep Warm and Slow Cook.
KEEP WARM SETTING
Maintain food at the perfect serving temperature with this
setting — it’s a great feature when you’re entertaining. Additional warming zone on cooktop allows for ultimate flexibility.
The IQ-TouchTM control panel displays all of your options, at all times.
When properly installed, this model is A.D.A.-qualified based on the United States Access Board’s A.D.A./A.B.A. Accessibility Guidelines and the Department of Justice’s 2010 A.D.A. Standards for Accessible Design.