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Model FGIF3061NF

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5.4 cu. ft. Induction Electric Range with Self-Cleaning Convection Oven in Stainless Steel

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  • Smudge-Proof Stainless Steel resists fingerprints
  • Induction cooking technology boils water in just 2 minutes
  • Convection cooking for faster and more even multi-rack baking
Color/Finish: Smudge Proof Stainless Steel
  • Smudge Proof Stainless Steel
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The Frigidaire Gallery 30 in. Freestanding Electric Induction Smoothtop Range offers plenty of room to cook more at once, with a 5.4 cu. ft. oven and a 5 element induction cooktop that includes a 5 in. element, a 6 in. element, a 7 in. element, a 10 in. element, and a radiant warming zone. Express-Select control knobs let you easily select options and cooking temperatures. Use the Easy Temperature Probe to instantly get the internal cooking temperature with just the touch of a button for better cooking results.

  • 5.4 cu. ft. Large Capacity oven gives you room to cook more dishes at once
  • 5 element induction cooktop that includes a 5 in. 1,000-Watt element, a 6 in. 1900-Watt element, a 7 in. 2640-Watt element, a 10 in. 3000-Watt element, and a radiant warming zone
  • Induction elements that are more responsive than gas and electric ranges bringing water to a boil in less than 2 minutes
  • Convection option ensures faster, even baking
  • Use the Easy Temperature Probe to instantly get the internal cooking temperature with just the touch of a button for better cooking results
  • High/Low Broil Options between 400°F- 500°F
  • Convenient drawer at the bottom of the range gives you extra storage space in your kitchen
  • Express-Select Control knobs makes it easy to set cooking temperatures
  • Auto Shut-Off provides an extra safety measure as the oven will automatically shut off after 12 hours
  • Includes 2 and 3 Hour Self-Cleaning Cycles an Auto-Latch Safety Lock
  • Extra-large oven window lets you easily see what's inside
  • Color-coordinated backguard for a streamlined look
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Name 30 in. 5.7 cu. ft. Electric Range with Self-Cleaning QuickBake Convection Oven in Smudge-Proof Stainless Steel 5.4 cu. ft. Induction Electric Range with Self-Cleaning Convection Oven in Stainless Steel Gold 6.2 cu. ft. Electric Induction Range with Self-Cleaning Convection Oven with Warming Drawer in Stainless Steel 5.3 cu. ft. Slide-In Electric Range with Self-Cleaning Induction and Convection Oven in Stainless Steel
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Does this range include a 4-prong power cord, or do I have to purchase the cord separately?

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The power cord is not included, you'll need to purchase it separately.
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No, the 4-prong plug is NOT included. According to Home Depot sales person, when our New Range was purchased, I MUST BUY a brand new plug. WHY? Your new warranty will NOT be honored if the plug was used even for just one (1) year.. ..Even if you bought the plug a month ago, they require you to purchase another one. It's more of an add-on sale. I have to ask everyone though, IF I purchased a brand new Read More
No, the 4-prong plug is NOT included. According to Home Depot sales person, when our New Range was purchased, I MUST BUY a brand new plug. WHY? Your new warranty will NOT be honored if the plug was used even for just one (1) year.. ..Even if you bought the plug a month ago, they require you to purchase another one. It's more of an add-on sale. I have to ask everyone though, IF I purchased a brand new Plug & it's still in a bag, say I accidentally bought one (1) and the HUB was out, and he bought one (1) and never returned it, would our NEW warranty still be honored? I would ask the Store Manager at any Home Depot Store to be sure. Don't get me wrong, I love shopping at Home Depot stores. The employee's work very hard to please the public under sometimes stressful circumstances when buying home goods that are necessary to run a household. They are only human and WE all have so-so days no matter what. Having worked Retail for many years, I get it. MANY Home Depot workers are some of the best people I've ever met, they go way beyond normal customer service too. Read Less
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So, according to your non-answer, I assume that I need to purchase the power cord separately then?
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June 9, 2014
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Thank you for your inquiry rfs12307. Range model FGIF3061NF is in fact compatible with a 4-wire 40Amp power cord. When purchasing this appliance please verify with a product specialist within your local Home Depot for the availability of this power plug at the time of purchase. We hope this information proves to be of assistance, we are also welcome to receiving any concerns or question you may have via Read More
Thank you for your inquiry rfs12307. Range model FGIF3061NF is in fact compatible with a 4-wire 40Amp power cord. When purchasing this appliance please verify with a product specialist within your local Home Depot for the availability of this power plug at the time of purchase. We hope this information proves to be of assistance, we are also welcome to receiving any concerns or question you may have via this website’s Q&A forum.
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Does the depth measurement include the handle? What is the depth not including the handle?

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HeyTrud -- some of us have small kitchens with drawers that open outward across the opening for the stove. In my kitchen, the slide out drawer can make contact with the oven handle. That makes every measurement critical.
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Very curious, why would the depth of the of the handle be important at all? Since I am not good at measuring anything, I suggest you call Gallery and ask them...or take yourself to the store and measure since it is so important to you....that would be best
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February 9, 2015
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Hi-thank you for taking the time to submit your inquiry. Range model FGIF3061NF has a depth of 29” including the handle. Please review the User and Care Manual (http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/0e/0e729407-fdf8-4fac-b03a-6c0f7c263acd.pdf) for details on all features. We hope this information is of assistance. Please do not hesitate to contact us directly or via the Q&A forum on this Read More
Hi-thank you for taking the time to submit your inquiry. Range model FGIF3061NF has a depth of 29” including the handle. Please review the User and Care Manual (http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/0e/0e729407-fdf8-4fac-b03a-6c0f7c263acd.pdf) for details on all features. We hope this information is of assistance. Please do not hesitate to contact us directly or via the Q&A forum on this website.-Best Regards- Read Less
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Does it have knobs or buttons for the burners?

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Photos show both, and I can't tell which it actually has.
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July 6, 2016
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Hey dhc! The range FGIF3061NF has buttons to control the oven and the knobs will control the cooktop. Hopefully this information has provided you the answer you are looking for. Do not hesitate to contact us directly or via the Q&A forum on this website for any additional assistance. –Thanks!-
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Yes, the oven has knobs to control the burners.
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Is the Frigidaire Model # FGIF3061NF induction range a "True Convection " oven? That is, does it have a third heat element around or near the fan?

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February 11, 2016
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Yes, the range is a true convection which means that around the internal fan there is a heating element.
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Hey Bill! The range FGIF3061NF is designed as a true convection which means that around the internal fan there is a heating element. We hope that this information is helpful to you. –Thanks!-
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 120 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I love this range! I changed from my old electric range to this induction range 0n 8/12/16, and my electric bill for August was $58.99 less than July, even tho the weather was pretty much the same. My only disappointment is that I never received the free bottle of glasstop cleaner that, according to the accompanying booklet, was supposed to come with range delivery. When I called to enquire about it, I got the eternal runaround...... sent from hme depot to the delivery co, to the manufacturers, who directed me back to home depot. Haven't resolved it as yet as I'm waiting to actually go to the store. September 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by love, love, love my stove So happy we purchased this induction range.. I hate electric stoves and have had to use one for 18 years due to no gas in the area.. The cook top does not heat up my kitchen.. a big plus living in AZ. The main reason I purchased an induction was the ability to control the temperature immediately by turning up or down.. no more waiting 5 minutes for an electric stove to do this.. it is amazing the differences between the 2.. only regret is I didn't buy one sooner... July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent The induction cooktop takes some getting used to. Yes, you do need pans that are compatible with induction. Check that a magnet will stick to the bottom. We ended up purchasing some new pots and went with a tri ply stainless/aluminum pot. Heat distribution with these pots is superior compared to a standard single ply stainless pot. Compared to a standard electric range with exposed coils, pans heat up much faster and the temperature control is more precise and responsive on induction. On Power Booster (PB) pots of water boil in just a few minutes. It has plenty of power, but I find that I need to use higher numbers (6-7), compared to a mid range number (5) on my old range for more of a medium power when cooking. I also find it harder to tell when a pan is properly pre-heated. The induction eyes are all different sizes and power outputs, so you have to choose wisely depending on the pot size and whether or not you are going to be searing meat, or simmering a sauce. The low power is very precise, so you can definitely simmer on the largest induction eye, but boiling small amounts of water on the smallest eye can take longer. All-in-all, I consider these minor changes. After a month I'm completely adjusted and wouldn't go back to a standard electric cooktop. The glass top did worry me at first. I used to slide pots and pans around all the time, but that was because electric burners took forever to cool down. Not an issue with induction. Turn off the power and the pot stops warming. There is really no need to move pots around. I would like to make it last as long as possible, so I clean with Cerama Bryte once or twice a week. It is like a deep clean and wax for the glass top. Even without this, the glass top cleans up really easy because there is heat from a burner beneath the glass to burn on grease. The glass will only ever get as hot as the pot, and it only happens under the pot where grease can't splatter. So far I have adjusted to the glass top and think it is okay. The oven comes with three racks, so it can get crowded in the oven. One of them can hook to the door so that it pops out when you open the door. I found this to be annoying so I have taken the links out and just use it like a normal rack. The regular bake function works just as you would expect. The convection function isn't as impressive as I had hoped. General guidelines are to reduce baking temperature by 25 degrees and watch for food to be done sooner. There is a convect-convert baking function that I haven’t used yet, but it is supposed to convert your standard baking temperature and time into a convection compatible temperature and time. I found that using convection, cookies actually browned un-evenly, possibly due to the airflow in the oven. At this point, I think convection is more appropriate for roasts than cookies and pastries. I'll continue to experiment, but more often than not will use the standard bake. So far the oven works as I would expect. There is a storage drawer beneath the oven. Some reviewers have complained that it is a bit flimsy and I would agree. However, it functions fine for pan storage. I have 3 cast iron pans in it and it handles it fine. I recommend reading the manual to familiarize yourself with the induction technology and the various oven controls. I also suggest running the oven through a good burn-in. I recommend opening doors and windows for additional airflow while doing so. I ran a convection bake at 400 degrees for an hour. Some smoke did come out of the oven vent as paint cured and oil burned off surfaces in the oven. The insulation also gave off a pretty bad smell as it cured. After an hour at 400, I let it completely cool, wiped down the interior of the oven with soapy water, then baked at 500 for another hour. That seemed to help a lot. A month later there are no smells. Overall this is an excellent range. March 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love it!! My first induction range and it is the bomb! We boil water in 90 seconds, and I mean a roiling boil. August 18, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great range with a couple quirks We've had this range for a few months now. Overall it works really well. It boils water fast and does everything it's advertised to do. My only fault is that the oven seems to cook on the hot side, so we're having to adjust some recipes cook temps and times. Also, the leading edge of the stove gets really hot when baking. August 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Range As I was replacing all of the major appliances in our kitchen, the range was our major concern. Having used a small conduction device in the past, made the choice easier. I shopped all the major brands & thought the Frigidaire was the best choice for our needs.Works fantastic, love it, made cooking & baking fun again. July 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent performance and great price This is a top level range that combines performance with a reasonable price point. The induction cooktop is a must have for cooking. July 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Big oven induction units heat pots and very fast We have had the unit about 2 months and my wife and I really like the range. the controls are well placed and easy to use and are intuitive. August 12, 2016
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