GE Monogram Built-In Oven with Advantium® Speedcook Technology- 240V

GE Appliances DF_ZSC2201NSS

Features

  • Microwave mode Provides a fully functioning sensor microwave that allows fast, precise reheating and defrosting
  • Warming mode Keeps prepared dishes at ready-to-serve temperatures
  • Removable oven rack Allows for multi-level convection baking
  • Large oven interior Easily accommodates roasts or casserole dishes on a 16" tray that holds a 9" x 13" pan

Quick Specs

  • Type: Microwave
  • Style: Built In
  • Energy Star Rated: No
  • Recessed Turntable: No
  • Convection Microwave: No

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Four ovens in one
Speedcook, convection, microwave and warming capabilities

Award-winning speedcook technology
Delivers oven-quality results up to eight times faster than conventional cooking methods with no preheating

Integrated, stainless steel appearance
Makes a singular architectural impression with signature Monogram tubular handles and a precision-machined, stainless steel control knob

True European Convection mode
Bakes, roasts and browns foods to perfection

Features

  • Microwave mode Provides a fully functioning sensor microwave that allows fast, precise reheating and defrosting
  • Warming mode Keeps prepared dishes at ready-to-serve temperatures
  • Removable oven rack Allows for multi-level convection baking
  • Large oven interior Easily accommodates roasts or casserole dishes on a 16" tray that holds a 9" x 13" pan
  • Preprogrammed recipes Provide quick and easy programming of over 175 pre-set food selections and allows programming of up to 30 custom recipes

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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