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

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

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Your GE 30 in. 5.3 cu. ft. Electric Range with Convection cooking and Self-Cleaning oven in White 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 a Tri Ring element with 12 in., 9 in. and 6 in. capability lets you match the element size to various pan sizes for more cooktop flexibility. The white patterned 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. With a timeless appearance, this family of appliances is ideal for your family. And coming from one of the most trusted names in America, you know that this entire selection of appliances is as advanced as it is practical.

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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
  • A Power Boil dual choice burner with 9 in. and 6 in. capability and a Tri Ring element with 12 in. /9 in. /6 in. capability lets you match the element size to various pan sizes
  • True European Convection allows you to achieve delicious results from a third heating element and fan combination
  • Delay bake lets you program the oven to begin baking at a preset time for added convenience
  • Built-in Storage Drawer gives you more room for your pots and pans
  • 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
  • Self-cleaning with Steam Clean option cycle lets you cleanup 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
  • Three Heavy Duty 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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Name 5.3 cu. ft. Electric Range with Self-Cleaning Convection Oven in White 5.3 cu. ft. Electric Range with Self-Cleaning Oven and Convection in White 6.4 cu. ft. Freestanding Electric Range with True Convection in White Ice 30 in. 6.4 cu. ft. Electric Range with Self-Cleaning Convection Oven in White
Brand GE Adora GE Whirlpool KitchenAid
Ratings (50) (115) (104) (149)
Color/Finish Family White White White White
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,Control Lockout,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 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 Timer,Convection Oven,Digital Display,Hidden Bake Element,Interior Light,Lower Storage Drawer,Oven Window
Number of Elements 5 5 5 5
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What kind of power cord can be used for this range?

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February 14, 2016
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It should be connected with a UL listed 40 amp 4-wire cord 4' long or a 3-wire cord 4' long.
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Hello Yo - this is Nancy at GE Appliances and I am happy to help you. GE does not package the power cord with electric free-standing and slide-in ranges. This practice was eliminated several years ago since it is not possible to determine the type of facilities each consumer has available or what the local electrical codes require. We suggest you obtain the power cord from your dealer. I hope this helps! Read More
Hello Yo - this is Nancy at GE Appliances and I am happy to help you. GE does not package the power cord with electric free-standing and slide-in ranges. This practice was eliminated several years ago since it is not possible to determine the type of facilities each consumer has available or what the local electrical codes require. We suggest you obtain the power cord from your dealer. I hope this helps! Thanks for checking with us! Read Less
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How to set the clock

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Hello LR-
I will be happy to help set the clock.
Press and hold the 9, 0 pads for three seconds. You need to have equal pressure on the 9 and 0, so using your thumbs may help. When Clock flashes enter the Time and then press start. I hope this helps.
Lisa from GE Appliances.
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How do I use the convection ove

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Hello Leon - this is Nancy at GE Appliances and I am happy to help you. To use the Convection Bake mode on this range, press the Convection Bake pad, enter a temperature, and then press Start. We recommend to always preheat when using the convection mode. This oven is equipped with the Auto Recipe Conversion so it is not necessary to convert the temperature when using this mode. I hope this helps! Thanks Read More
Hello Leon - this is Nancy at GE Appliances and I am happy to help you. To use the Convection Bake mode on this range, press the Convection Bake pad, enter a temperature, and then press Start. We recommend to always preheat when using the convection mode. This oven is equipped with the Auto Recipe Conversion so it is not necessary to convert the temperature when using this mode. I hope this helps! Thanks for checking with us! Read Less
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January 18, 2016
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Hi Leon,
Convection is an optional feature you can turn on or off. Its purpose is circulate the air in the oven while the food is cooking, this speeds up the cooking process.
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How do you steam clean the oven

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I have no manual and I would like to know how to use the self cleaning function and steam cleaning function
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Hi luckeybob-this is Sue from GE Appliances. We are happy to provide assistance. For your convenience you can view the Owner's Manual online at the following link. For complete details on using the Steam Clean feature, see page 24: http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/82/82313032-16f8-4c27-85ec-3e234438f542.pdf- Thanks for checking with us!
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5.3 cu. ft. Electric Range with Self-Cleaning Oven and Convection in White is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 115.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice Range bought this 2 months ago. I'm not a frequent cook but I really wanted the steam clean option and the hidden bake element. Still haven't mastered the baking settings. This does heat up very slowly, which I'm not used to and for a none cooker is a pain. The black cooktop does take longer to clean so as to does not streak (dark grey would have worked better guys). Appears more solidly made than the other top brands. I expect this will last me and hopefully be my last range purchase (old broad)
Date published: 2016-09-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Purchase This was a replacement stove for us after a month without one. Although we had to wait a few weeks after delivery to use it (electrical line needed replacing as well, thanks new house), since we've gotten it up and running, I have no complaints. The choice of burner sizes is very convenient. I've made some wonderful things with the oven, keeping in mind it's convection, so checking it a little earlier. Cakes, brownies, and enchiladas all came out perfect. Stovetop cleans up nicely. When reading reviews, people complained about "clicking" as elements turned on and off, this is minimal, I wouldn't have even noticed if it hadn't been noted. The only annoyance (not really a problem) is that it beeps at you if you keep the oven door open too long, so just sticking a toothpick into my brownies, it got impatient, lol. Haven't yet checked if I can at least mute it. Otherwise VERY happy.
Date published: 2016-09-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Value for the Money The stove was reasonably priced and had all the features we were looking for. Two of the burners can be adjusted to heat the size pan you are using. Great value for the price!
Date published: 2016-08-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this stove! I've had this stove for approximately 3 weeks. The burners heat up fast. I love the option of heating the entire large burner or a smaller ring for small pots on the same burner. The oven works great, and I have baked bread, cakes, biscotti, etc. with great success. I bought this stove blind - no reviews were available. I don't regret my decision at all.
Date published: 2013-09-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Avoid GE range and customer service We really disliked this product from very first uses, however, could not return it so, we put up with it. The burners have very uneven heating and take a long time to heat up. None of that is as bad as trying to get service. We purchased the range in August 2014 and in March 2015 it stopped working - in the middle of preparing dinner. I spent an hour trying to get maintenance and will now have to wait 1 week (including a weekend), for anyone to come out. We usually cook at home for our family of 4 so, this is extremely inconvenient. I wish I could just have them collect it and start over with another brand.
Date published: 2015-03-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Value I did a lot of research before purchasing a new range and I am thrilled with this one. I wanted a convection oven with 3 racks and since this came with 3 racks, I did not have to purchase any extra. My first test of the convection came when I cooked 3 sheets of monster cookies at the same time. All the cookies cooked evenly! My old oven was so bad that I could only use 1 cookie sheet at a time. I use regular baking for most things, including pizzas, and those have also turned out well. This oven also preheats much more quickly because it uses the convection fan during preheat. I do also like the Power Boil surface. Even though Power Boil is only labeled for the 9" element, I feel that the 6" element also heats very quickly. Using a tea kettle on the Power Boil element boils the water faster than in our microwave. Some people have complained about keeping the smooth surface clean, but I have had no problem using CeraBryte and the little scrubbing sponge that comes with it. I ended up choosing black rather than the stainless steel because my range is exposed on all sides and the stainless steel option had black sides with a silver front. I thought it looked odd from the side, but you would not see that if it was between cabinets. I was not warned that the installers would have to drill a hole in my kitchen floor. If I had not allowed them to do that, they would not have plugged in the unit and tested it before leaving. They need the oven to be anchored to the floor to prevent tipping if someone stands on the open door! The installers were fast and professional.
Date published: 2014-07-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Buying this range was one of my best purchases! We purchased a 5.3 cu. ft. Electric Range with Self-Cleaning Oven and Convection in White using the Home Depot web site; it was on sale and was almost $200 less than any other local store or internet offering. Everything advertised on the web site was correct and had all the details for installation. Besides the sale price it was free shipping, installation and disposal of our old range. The delivery was on time and done in a professional manner. By the way, the range is packed with features and we love it! You'll have to read the details to review all the great features.
Date published: 2014-08-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Doing Great So Far We bought this to replace a slide-in range that went after 17 years. We decided to go with a "traditional" stove (controls on the back panel) because, frankly, it was $700 to $1000 (and up) cheaper. Why so much for a slide-in? The only difference I can tell is that the controls are on the front. Is that really worth all the extra money? We wondered if it would be convenient to get to the controls at the back on the new GE product, since we have one of those range hood microwaves, but it has been no problem. My wife wanted two things this time: another stove with a glass top, because they look good and are easier to clean than the ones with either the gas or electric grills/rings, where food can drip down inside. And she really wanted a convection oven. This GE range has both. So far, the convection oven (with both convection bake and convection roast) has been a big hit. We live at an elevation over 5,000ft, so getting breads and things to bake here has been an issue. Not any more! The convection oven (which really means, heating element with the air circulated by fan or fans) has done a great job. Also, the glass window in the door is about twice the size of our last one, so that is a fine feature as well. The electric top has better options than our last one as well -- two front rings in a number of sizes (the one on the right has three different diameter selections, on the left, two), makes it convenient to heat just the area under the pot. The two burners on the back at 6 inches only are a little small for most things, but then, the trade off is that the two front burners take up more space. The warmer area in the middle at the back (also 6 inches) is just for a pot/dish that is ready before the others. It keeps things at 150 degrees, so it is only for warming. I like as well that the controls for the burners are manual, not digital. They may not look that fancy, but we're looking at something that will last for the long haul, so we trust the "turn knobs" better than pushing a digital button to get a number setting. The oven controls and built-in timer are digital, but they seem simple enough to last. We can't tell you about the operation of the self-cleaning oven -- or the new steam clean feature, because we haven't had it long enough to need it, but it was a factor in our buying decision: who wants to clean an oven the old way, with elbow grease? By the way, we took advantage of free delivery and haul-away of the old range, but did not want to pay nearly 100 bucks for installation. IF the range had come with a power cord, that would have been as simple as plugging it in. However, I guess because certain homes have different configuration for the 220 volt wall socket, ranges don't come with the wire and plug. SO my "DIY" part on this project was to pull out the old range, inspect the cord (excellent condition), and remove a back plate and disconnect the three wires. IF you do this yourself, you will want to mark the connection to the white, black and green wires coming from your old range, as the extension cord itself (mine anyway) is all gray. I wrapped a piece of colored tape around each of the three so it was a snap to match them to the hookup location on the back of the new range. You can probably use the old wire "nuts" for the connection to your new machine, unless you've got new ones at your work bench. I'd rate the job as "easy." So far we are very pleased with our new GE product. Recommended.
Date published: 2014-09-16
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