GE Profile Series 30" Free-Standing Double Oven Range with Convection

GE Appliances DF_PB950SFSS

Features

  • Double oven 6.6 cu. ft. total oven capacity Cook multiple dishes at once with two ovens
  • True European Convection with Precise Air Enjoy perfectly even results without turning the pan
  • Self-clean, heavy-duty roller rack Easily access items with a rack that glides smoothly
  • Glass touch controls Clean with little effort and set temperatures quickly

Quick Specs

  • Type: Range
  • Style: Freestanding
  • Fuel: Electric
  • Burner Type: Smoothtop
  • Width: 29.875"
  • Height: 47.0"
  • Depth: 28.25"
  • Energy Star Rated: No
  • Downdraft Ventilation: No
  • Hood Recommended: Yes
  • Induction: No
  • Type: Coil

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12"/9"/6" 3,600W Power Boil
Pots and pans fit perfectly on the flexible heating element

Expandable bridge zone
Use only the heat you need with an expandable cooktop zone

Fast preheat
Make hot meals in a hurry with less time preheating

Fifth element warming zone
Provides low heat capability for foods

Features

  • Double oven 6.6 cu. ft. total oven capacity Cook multiple dishes at once with two ovens
  • True European Convection with Precise Air Enjoy perfectly even results without turning the pan
  • Self-clean, heavy-duty roller rack Easily access items with a rack that glides smoothly
  • Glass touch controls Clean with little effort and set temperatures quickly
  • Black gloss oven interior Enjoy a clean and sleek appearance

Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.

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