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GE Profile 36 in. Glass Ceramic Electric Induction Cooktop in Black with 5 Elements
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Profile 36 in. Glass Ceramic Electric Induction Cooktop in Black with 5 Elements

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Featuring a frameless design, the GE Profile 36 in. Ceramic Induction Electric Cooktop provides a smooth and seamless cooktop surface great for your kitchen. Ideal for large gatherings and family meals, this cooktop has an 11 in. element to accommodate big pots and pans and features 19 different power levels to help you to select the best temperature for your meal. The electronic kitchen timer provides convenient notification to help coordinate meal preparation and cooking times, and the ceramic glass surface offers easy cleanup.

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  • 5 Burners deliver up to 3,700 Watt of power for versatile heating options that meet a range of cooking requirements
  • 11 in. element offers a large, wide surface to handle big pots and pans and accommodate family meals
  • Upfront controls are placed within easy reach at the front center
  • Electronic touch controls offer easy, point-and-cook convenience
  • Features 19 different power levels to help you to select the best temperature for your meal
  • Smooth ceramic glass surface makes cleaning quick and easy
  • Pan presence sensor detects when a burner element is left on and automatically shuts it off when not in use for safety
  • Control lock lets you lock the controls to prevent unintended activation
  • Hot-surface indicator lights illuminate when the cooking surface is active for safety
  • Electronic kitchen timer provides convenient notification to help coordinate meal preparation and cooking times
  • Frameless design provides a smooth and seamless cooktop surface allowing for easier cleanup
  • Installs nearly flush with the countertop for a seamless appearance
  • Product available for home delivery only; Installation is not offered at time of delivery; check with your local The Home Depot store for installation options

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Name 36 in. Radiant Electric Cooktop in Black with 5 Elements including a Keep Warm Zone 36 in. Electric Induction Cooktop in Black with 5 Elements Profile 36 in. Glass Ceramic Electric Induction Cooktop in Black with 5 Elements Architect Series II 36 in. Smooth Surface Induction Cooktop in Black with 5 Elements including Bridge and Dual Elements
Brand Frigidaire GE Profile GE KitchenAid
Ratings (9) (55) (102) (100)
Cooktop Size 36 in. 36 in. 36 in. 36 in.
Color/Finish Family Black Black Black Black
Cooktop Surface Type Smooth Surface Smooth Surface Induction Induction
Number of Elements 5 5 5 5
Cooktop Features Indicator Light- Heating Element On,Indicator Light- Hot Surface Indicator Light Built-In Timer,Control Lockout,Digital Display,Griddle,Indicator Light- Heating Element On,Indicator Light- Hot Surface Indicator Light,Pan Presence Sensor,Sealed Burners Built-In Timer,Control Lockout,Digital Display,Indicator Light- Heating Element On,Indicator Light- Hot Surface Indicator Light,Pan Presence Sensor Built-In Timer,Control Lockout,Digital Display,Indicator Light- Heating Element On,Indicator Light- Hot Surface Indicator Light,Pan Presence Sensor,Pan Size Sensor
Control Location Right Side Front Center Front Center Front Center
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What does the 36 inch ceramic GE profile cost five element

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Hi James- This is Sue at GE Appliances. We are excited to hear of your interest! PHP960DMBB is no longer being manufactured. The latest model is our GE PROFILE™ SERIES 36" BUILT-IN TOUCH CONTROL INDUCTION COOKTOP PHP9036DJBB. Check out the features and pricing at the following link: Read More
Hi James- This is Sue at GE Appliances. We are excited to hear of your interest! PHP960DMBB is no longer being manufactured. The latest model is our GE PROFILE™ SERIES 36" BUILT-IN TOUCH CONTROL INDUCTION COOKTOP PHP9036DJBB. Check out the features and pricing at the following link: http://www.homedepot.com/p/GE-Profile-36-in-Electric-Induction-Cooktop-in-Black-with-5-Elements-PHP9036DJBB/205974868?keyword=PHP9036DJBB- Thanks for checking with us! Read Less
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What is the maximum weight that can be placed on the cooktop?

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Could I place a large pot about 60lbs in the middle burner?
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The weight sitting on the cooktop should be no more than 50 pounds. Thanks for checking.
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What is the smallest size pot I can use?

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How much of the circle does the pan have to fit inorder for the burner to turnon?
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You would have problems if your pan was bigger than the burner, but not smaller. See pic attached. The small pan works great on the larger burner and only the area where the pan sits, gets hot.
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Thank you for your interest in the GE Profile Induction Cooktop in Black with 5 Elements Model # PHP960DMBB.
Each cooking element requires a Minimum pan size. If the pan is properly centered, and of the correct material, but is too small for the cooking element, the element cannot be activated. The display will flash “F” along with the power level selected. Cookware larger than the element ring Read More
Hello,
Thank you for your interest in the GE Profile Induction Cooktop in Black with 5 Elements Model # PHP960DMBB.
Each cooking element requires a Minimum pan size. If the pan is properly centered, and of the correct material, but is too small for the cooking element, the element cannot be activated. The display will flash “F” along with the power level selected. Cookware larger than the element ring may be used; however, heat will only occur above the element. For best results, the cookware must make Full contact with the glass surface.
Place a pan matching the size of the induction element over the selected indicator ring. Compatible cookware for induction cooktops should be made of magnetic stainless steel, cast iron (works well but may scratch the glass unless it is porcelain coated), enameled steel or a combination of these materials. Pans should have a flat bottom and be at least 5 inches across the bottom.
~ 11 inch
~ 8 inch
~ 7 inch
~ 6 inch
~ Warming Zone
This is a beautiful cooktop!
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Can the 36" induction cooktop be used with a wood countertop without any added risks? Thank you.

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Hi-Kevin-this is from GE. Thanks for your interest in our 36" induction cooktop.
You will need to make sure your wood countertop, wall coverings, and cabinets around the cooktop can withstand heat (up to 200 degrees F.) generated by the cooktop. This information can be referenced in the installation manual on page 3:G. I have provided the link for you to help with planning the Read More
Hi-Kevin-this is from GE. Thanks for your interest in our 36" induction cooktop.
You will need to make sure your wood countertop, wall coverings, and cabinets around the cooktop can withstand heat (up to 200 degrees F.) generated by the cooktop. This information can be referenced in the installation manual on page 3:G. I have provided the link for you to help with planning the installation:
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/04/046706db-a273-487c-bf3f-ccbee46d649c.pdf
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 102 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Induction cooking is the best!! I love it, especially with the correct pans. I'm on my third set, trying to find the best for my preferences. I tried the tri-ply stainless, but due to sticking, it drove me crazy and I didn't want to re-learn how to cook with all stainless. I tried the non-stick pans with only the stainless base & they stink. They took too long to heat up and seemed to heat up only at the stainless base. I finally found stainless with a non-stick coating and now I am VERY pleased. The cooktop works like a dream and the clean up is extremely easy. The simmer (L) function will keep food warm for hours and not overcook. The high (H) function will boil your water in seconds to minutes (depending on the pan size). I don't like knobs, so the touch feature is better, but your fingers must be dry to use them. Any moisture cancels out your touch and they won't work. It would've been nice to have the burners outlined a little more. You can barely tell where the burner is, unless a light is shining down on the cooktop. I'm not sure about the efficiency but assume it will be better than electric. The built in timer is a nice bonus feature. My only wish is that we would've gotten this sooner. September 20, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by So much better than electric We bought this cooktop from Home Depot about 1 year ago. It's been holding up well. My wife hated the electric cooktop and wanted gas but our house wasn't piped for gas. It would have cost quite a bit to run gas. But she loves this induction cooktop. Some nice things about induction: food doesn't stick to the cooktop. Since the cooktop doesn't get as hot as a standard electric cooktop, spilled foods don't cook onto the cooktop. That makes for easy cleaning. There is some heat transfer from the pan to the cooktop but it's nowhere near as hot as an electric. Heats like gas: The reaction time to when the pan starts heating is almost instantaneous. You put the pan on the top and you can feel the heat start to build up. . Turns off automatically when you take the pot off the top. It looks as good today as it did when we first bought it. Some downsides that are common to all induction is that you have to have special pans. They have to be magnetic. If a magnet doesn't stick to the pot, base, it won't work on this cooktop. They don't have to be expensive. We found some pans from Ikea that work fine. For the 36" cooktop, you'll need a 50 amp line. For the 30" it's a 40 amp. The hook up was simple. 3 wires and you're done. Anyone competent with electrical should be able to hook it up for you if you're not comfortable with it (turn your breaker off). November 4, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great induction cooktop I did a lot of research and the GE Profile 36 induction cooktop got consistently good reviews. The on/off temp buttons are intuitive to use and stove top cooks beautifully. We had to buy new cookware which we expected. And our existing countertop opening was slightly too big to accomodate the new cooktop. We needed to creat a support system to allow the cooktop to rest its weight on the metal frame underneath the unit, versus the glass which might not have taken the weight. Make sure to do good measurements before hand. We thought we did, but did not take into account the supports must accomodate less than the total inches of the cooktop that are spec'd out. Other than that, super easy install. We hired an electrician for an hour to do so as our house is older. Ordering from Home Depot was a breeze and the delivery guys were great. Happy with our purchase! December 23, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by release more infomation please I brought this product because I thought low frequency induction is safe. However, I realized I need to double check when I am using it on a daily basis, since this cooktop operate at a high power. I searched online and went through all documents. There is nowhere GE talked about its frequency. GE/or its representative only said it operated on "high frequency", but not a number like micowave oven usually use 2.5GHz??? I care about the health of my family, please release more information like the frequency you use. Thanks. January 15, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love this cooktop I was able to buy this cooktop for about 800 less than the full price as it has been discontinued. I had only read about the plus points of induction cooking and when remodeling my kitchen gas was not an option in my area. So I bought this model and I learned right away from a friend that has one that to know if you have the right pan or not, Simple way to know, if a magnet sticks to the bottom of your pan then your pan will cook correctly. I had to give a way a couple of my pans but I use all-clad and every one of them work beautifully! The even and quick heating still has me in total amazement! love it! will never have anything else. October 19, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Don't have to have a 50 amp breaker The breaker is there to protect the wire not the appliance. You can run this on a 30 or 40 amp breaker. you just won't be able to run all burners on high at the same time without tripping the breaker. But who does that anyway? October 2, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very nice unit. Easy to install and use. Very happy with safety features. I purchased this unit as a replacement for a GE Profile five burner cook top. The old cook top was radient heat and stayed hot after use. The induction cook top cools much faster and is much safer to use with younger children in the house. The only con in the purchase of this unit is the need to replace cooking utensiles with ferous metal. Gave away two sets of high quality stainless steel bacause I could not use them on the new cook top. December 11, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Main Board down within a month I had my induction cooktop installed during kitchen renovation a month ago. With the Renovation I switched to GE Profile appliances thinking they were upgrade from my LG appliances. Loved induction. Its great! After about a month of cooking on it, two nights ago I heard a pop while cleaning the cooktop. Now the two big burners and the other little burner on that side dont stay on. GE repairman says the board is down and needs to be replaced. This is not the first one he has seen. Only a month. Sure, they will have the parts here in two days and repair it on Monday but its Mother's day weekend and I have a lot of company coming and no working cooktop! Not Happy. The boards are about 1/3 of the price of the cooktop. What am I in for here? Not happy and worried that I decided to switch to GE Profile appliances. May 4, 2016
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