GE Profile Series 30 in. Combination Double Wall Oven with Convection and Advantium® Technology

GE Appliances DF_PT9800SHSS

Features

  • Speedcook oven 120V (upper oven) Enjoy oven-quality results two- to four- times faster than a conventional oven
  • True European Convection (lower oven) Achieve delicious results from a third heating element and fan combination
  • Multiple cooking functions Expand your cooking versatility with an all in one oven
  • Oven 175 preprogrammed menu selections (upper oven) Preprogrammed selections make meals easy

Quick Specs

  • Type: Double Wall Oven
  • Style: Built In
  • Fuel: Gas
  • Width: 29.75"
  • Height: 43.38"
  • Depth: 17.0"
  • Energy Star Rated: No
  • Dual Fuel: No

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GE Fits! Guarantee
GE wall ovens are guaranteed for an exact fit to make replacement easy.

Halogen heat (upper oven)
Skip the preheating with nearly instantaneous halogen heat

Ten-pass bake element (lower oven)
Even baking is assured with heat that covers more surface area

Features

  • Speedcook oven 120V (upper oven) Enjoy oven-quality results two- to four- times faster than a conventional oven
  • True European Convection (lower oven) Achieve delicious results from a third heating element and fan combination
  • Multiple cooking functions Expand your cooking versatility with an all in one oven
  • Oven 175 preprogrammed menu selections (upper oven) Preprogrammed selections make meals easy
  • Self-clean with Steam Clean option (lower oven) Clean your oven the way you want

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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