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5.3 cu. ft. Electric Range with Self-Cleaning Convection Oven in Slate
  • GE
  • Model JB700EJES
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5.3 cu. ft. Electric Range with Self-Cleaning Convection Oven in Slate

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5.3 cu. ft. Electric Range with Self-Cleaning Oven and Convection in Slate

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Name 5.3 cu. ft. Electric Range with Self-Cleaning Convection Oven in Slate 5.3 cu. ft. Electric Range with Self-Cleaning Oven and Convection in Slate 5.3 cu. ft. Electric Range with Self-Cleaning Convection Oven in Slate 30 in. 5.3 cu. ft. Electric Range with Self-Cleaning Convection Oven in Slate
Brand GE GE GE GE Profile
Ratings (256) (936) (56) (35)
Color/Finish Family Slate Slate Slate Slate
Range Type Freestanding Freestanding Freestanding Freestanding
Cooktop Surface Type Smooth Surface Smooth Surface Smooth Surface Smooth Surface
Range Size 30 in. 30 in. 30 in. 30 in.
Cleaning Type Self Cleaning Self Cleaning Self Cleaning Self Cleaning
Oven Features Broiler,Built-In Clock,Built-In Timer,Convection Oven,Digital Display,Hidden Bake Element,Interior Light,Lower Storage Drawer,Oven Window Built-In Clock,Control Lockout,Convection Oven,Digital Display,Hidden Bake Element,Interior Light,Oven Window Broiler,Built-In Clock,Built-In Timer,Control Lockout,Convection Oven,Digital Display,Hidden Bake Element,Interior Light,Lower Storage Drawer,Oven Window Broiler,Built-In Clock,Built-In Timer,Control Lockout,Convection Oven,Digital Display,Interior Light,Lower Storage Drawer,Oven Window
Number of Elements 5 5 5 5
Capacity of Oven (cu. ft.) 5.3 5.3 5.3 5.3
Convection Yes Yes Yes Yes
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Your GE 30 in. 5.3 cu. ft. Electric Range with Convection cooking and Self Cleaning oven in Slate features Digital Temperature Display along with electronic touch pad, and burner controlling knobs. A Power Boil dual choice burner with 9 in. and 6 in. capability, and an additional dual choice burner with 12 in. and 9 in. capability lets you match the element size to various pan sizes for more cooktop flexibility. The black ceramic glass 5-burner cooktop easily wipes clean. Hidden Bake makes cleanup easy by eliminating hard-to-reach areas. GE appliances provide up-to-date technology and exceptional quality to simplify the way you live.

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  • 5.3 cu. ft. oven allows you to cook multiple dishes at once, perfect for large holiday gatherings and every day in between
  • 5 burner electric range includes 3,000 watt Power boil burner
  • Dual-ring element on 2 burners offers 2 element sizes in one burner to accommodate a variety of pan sizes
  • Convection cooking system uses a fan to circulate heated air over, under and around food to seal in flavor and juices
  • Delay bake lets you program the oven to begin baking at a preset time for added convenience
  • In-oven broiler with 3800 watts to meet your needs
  • Electronic pads on the control panel are easy to operate with just a touch
  • Control Lock disables the control panel to avoid unintended use or other changes to your cooking settings
  • Enhanced self-clean cycle lets you clean up spills and messes easily
  • Big View oven window provides better visibility of the oven interior, allowing you to monitor cooking progress without opening the door, keeping oven temperatures steady and undisturbed
  • Two oven racks can be configured in 6 positions to accommodate a variety of baking needs
  • Comes with a one year limited manufacturer’s warranty
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How many baking elements should my free standing range model number jb690ef4es have?

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Hi Pat- This is Sue at GE Appliances. Thanks for your purchase! We hope you are enjoying your convection oven. This model features a hidden (lower) bake element. This design makes cleanup easy by eliminating hard-to-reach areas. There is also a top broil element. The convection mode uses heat from the upper and lower elements, along with air movement from the convection fan to enhance
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Hi Pat- This is Sue at GE Appliances. Thanks for your purchase! We hope you are enjoying your convection oven. This model features a hidden (lower) bake element. This design makes cleanup easy by eliminating hard-to-reach areas. There is also a top broil element. The convection mode uses heat from the upper and lower elements, along with air movement from the convection fan to enhance
cooking evenness. Thanks for checking with us!
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Chemical smell when on

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I have used the over about 5-6 times and it still releases an awful chemical smell that is almost unbearable. I didn't think anything of it the first or 2nd time of it being on but now it's getting really annoying on how bad it is. It seems to be worse the higher the temp is on the oven. Any suggestions on how to get rid of this smell faster?
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Hi Kristin,
This is Lisa from GE Appliances. I am happy to assist you. Odors and a small amount of smoke emitting from a new oven is normal. Often the odor will be described as a "burning" or "oily" smell that is more intense when the oven is turned on. This condition is more likely to be noticed when using a new range that has the Self Clean feature as opposed to a model that has a standard oven.
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Hi Kristin,
This is Lisa from GE Appliances. I am happy to assist you. Odors and a small amount of smoke emitting from a new oven is normal. Often the odor will be described as a "burning" or "oily" smell that is more intense when the oven is turned on. This condition is more likely to be noticed when using a new range that has the Self Clean feature as opposed to a model that has a standard oven.
Try putting your range through a self clean cycle. This should speed up the burn off process.
I hope this helps. Thanks for checking with us
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how low can the oven temperture setting reach?

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Dear Valued HomeDepot Customer,
We reached out to the MFG for more information and below is their response.
"Hello, This is Kim from GE. I am happy to help. The oven temperature range is 170-550 degrees F. Thank you for checking with us."
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Electric vs Gas

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I really love the easy clean aspect of an electric range cooktop and I understand the need for appropriate cookware for electric ranges. I am wondering what the real difference is- what are the trade- offs- if any between electric and gas. I've never seen a chef on any cooking show prepare food on an electric range/oven- do they know something I don't know? Are there dishes or cooking techniques that simply won't work on an electric range?
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Hello - this is Nancy at GE. You have asked a great question and I'm happy to help you.
Listed below are some of the benefits of cooking with gas:
Surface Units: Gas has the advantage of being almost instantly off. When the gas is shut off the heat drops immediately. Electric surface units will continue to be warm for a short period of time.
Boiling: The boil on a gas range is not quite as vigorous as Read More
Hello - this is Nancy at GE. You have asked a great question and I'm happy to help you.
Listed below are some of the benefits of cooking with gas:
Surface Units: Gas has the advantage of being almost instantly off. When the gas is shut off the heat drops immediately. Electric surface units will continue to be warm for a short period of time.
Boiling: The boil on a gas range is not quite as vigorous as on an electric range, giving less chance for boil overs. Gas also offers more immediate temperature adjustability.
Simmer: Simmering on gas burners is generally at a lower temperature than on electric ranges, especially on the small or lower BTU burner.
Roasting/Baking: There should be no difference in the baking or roasting in gas and electric ovens. If there is, the difference is attributed to oven design, not gas vs. electric.
Broil: Gas requires closed door broiling, but cooking performance should be the same.
Cleanability: There should be no difference in the cleanability of gas vs. electric ovens.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 887 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love this stove I purchased this stove about a year ago. I wanted to use it before I wrote a review. I am not disappointed. I use it every day and I love it. The burners heat up quickly and stay at a nice even temp. I like the 2 choices on one burner. The convection oven works great when baking 2 cookie sheets and many rack positions. I have put a few scratches in the slate finish on top just from use. That will happen when you use it. The ceramic top cleans easily also. I have used a cast iron skillet on it and it did leave a scar but it's dark like the top so I can live with it. I really do love the oven and I'm glad I bought it. August 22, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by nice range only had it a week like convection, like the sleekness and overall look. If it is as good as other GE products it would of been a good purchase. August 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I am very pleased with the product. This is the first ceramic top, convection oven I have owned and I am very pleased with the product. The top is easy to clean and the oven cooks great. The slate color it is a very attractive addition to my kitchen. July 8, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome stove Love the many features and quality of GE. Totally awesome stove July 29, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Don't like the stove! Poor cook top! Does not regulate the heat very well. July 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by GE oven We chose this GE oven primarily because of GE's long standing reputation for making reliable products. We are so happy with this oven -- in addition to the four burners which heat up quite quickly with small and large burner options, there is a fifth burner that is a warming area and I find this feature to be quite helpful. I haven't tried the convection aspect of the oven yet, but I'm certain it will not disappoint. A great choice in stainless with a microwave to match. June 17, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Nice looking but I have issues The black cooktop needs to be cleaned frequently. The burners vary on how quick they heat and cool. I'm not happy with the convection oven. I tried cookie baking using two cookie sheets but it didn't cook them evenly like its suppose to. June 19, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by It's ok It's okay. The 24-year old stove I replaced it with burner heated up faster than this stove top June 24, 2016
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