Burners provide excellent flame control. Convection works well for even cooking. Flex technology is great for cooking large a dish like a turkey.
When divider is removed from oven, it doesn't fit in the underneath storage compartment.
Speed heat brings water to boil in a fraction of the time of other ranges. Pivoting grates make clean up easy. Rapid preheat feature cuts down baking time.
Nob placement and sensitivity make it easy to accidentally turn on a burner.
Heats to temperature quickly. Convection heats evenly for excellent results. Five burners of varying sizes give extra cooking options.
Oven lights may burn out quickly.
Convection oven heats evenly, cutting down on cooking times. Center burner works as a griddle – great for cooking for a crowd.
Design doesn't allow range to be flush with wall, causing some installation problems.
Heavy-duty appliance with few electric components. Six burners with differing BTUs to give cooking flexibility. Stainless steel griddle, infrared broiler and convection oven. Electric ignition with manual controls. Propane option available.
No self cleaning option. Occasional reports of oven failure or running significantly cooler than set temperature.
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