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Model PGS975SEPSS

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Profile 4.1 cu. ft. Slide-In Gas Range with Self-Cleaning Convection Oven in Stainless Steel

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Your 30 in. GE Profile Slide-In Gas Range provides both Convection Bake and Convection Roast for optimal results. The 18,000 BTU dual-flame Power Boil stacked burner allows for fast boiling or gentle 140 degrees simmering. The Deep-Recessed Cooktop contains spills for quick and easy cleaning. GE Profile products offer the best in contemporary design matched with the latest in appliance technologies to transform the way you live. Sporting a bold, dramatic look and state of the art features, this collection provides the perfect combination of style and innovation throughout your kitchen.

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  • Extra large oven capacity - Enough room to cook an entire meal at once
  • Two speed convection oven - Circulated convection heat can be delivered at a high speed for heavy foods or a low speed for more delicate foods to enhance the baking or roasting results
  • Convection Bake - This setting is optimal for baking casseroles or lasagnas, yeast breads, pies and pizzas with no need to turn the pan
  • Convection roast - Optimal for larger cuts of meat, this setting rotates the heat around all sides, sealing in the juices, producing rotisserie results at up to 25% faster than a conventional oven
  • 18,000 BTU Stacked Burner - Features a unique two-in-one burner design for 18,000 BTU boiling or gentle 140 degrees simmer
  • Glass touch controls - Smooth controls are easy to use and add a sophisticated style to the kitchen
  • Self-cleaning oven - Allows you to spare yourself from the trouble and effort it takes to scrub the oven interior
  • Precise simmer burner - Simmer burners allows for low, even heat distribution that is ideal delicate foods and sauces
  • Self-cleaning heavy duty oven racks - Tough, double-coated racks can stay in the oven during the self-clean cycle to eliminate hand cleaning
  • Deep recessed cooktop - Deep recessed cooktop keeps spills, and everything else, contained in one area thats easy to wipe clean
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is there a mode for the oven without the convection fan ?

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April 20, 2012
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yes, you can bake with or without it, just depends on which button you push.
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Hello,
Thanks for contacting us and for your interest in our products. This is Alison at GE. I am happy to assist you. The convection fan does not operate during traditional (conventional) bake or broil.
However, you may hear a fan noise because many GE range products use fans to cool down the internal components. Some GE ranges use fans to help cool an oven or range after self-cleaning. This fan or Read More
Hello,
Thanks for contacting us and for your interest in our products. This is Alison at GE. I am happy to assist you. The convection fan does not operate during traditional (conventional) bake or broil.
However, you may hear a fan noise because many GE range products use fans to cool down the internal components. Some GE ranges use fans to help cool an oven or range after self-cleaning. This fan or blower could come on during any operation.
The oven cooling fan for the electronic controls is controlled by a thermostat. The cooling fan may run throughout the entire bake cycle and continue even when the oven is off. This is considered normal operation.
I hope this information is helpful.
Please let me know if you have any further questions. Read Less
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Is this range available for use with LP?

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Hello Diesel,
Thanks for your inquiry. This is Alison with GE and I am happy to assist you.
Yes, model PGS975SEPSS can be converted to use with liquid propane (LP). The LP conversion kit is included with the purchase of this model.
GE recommends that the conversion be performed by a qualified service technician or installer for the type of gas (natural or LP) that is to be used.
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Hello Diesel,
Thanks for your inquiry. This is Alison with GE and I am happy to assist you.
Yes, model PGS975SEPSS can be converted to use with liquid propane (LP). The LP conversion kit is included with the purchase of this model.
GE recommends that the conversion be performed by a qualified service technician or installer for the type of gas (natural or LP) that is to be used.
I hope this information is helpful.
Thanks for considering GE!
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What is the maximum electrical power consumption?

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Hello Phantom II,
Thank you for choosing the GE 4.1 cu. ft. Slide-In Gas Range with Self-Cleaning Convection Oven in Stainless Steel Model # PGS975SEPSS. This is a beautiful range!
Volts/Hertz/Amps 120V; 60Hz; 5A
Ranges do not require energy labels. Not all applainces require an energy label. Energy guide label determination is all set by the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) labeling act.
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Hello Phantom II,
Thank you for choosing the GE 4.1 cu. ft. Slide-In Gas Range with Self-Cleaning Convection Oven in Stainless Steel Model # PGS975SEPSS. This is a beautiful range!
Volts/Hertz/Amps 120V; 60Hz; 5A
Ranges do not require energy labels. Not all applainces require an energy label. Energy guide label determination is all set by the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) labeling act.
Donna with GE Read Less
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is there a conversion kit to turn a 30 in slide in to a freestanding oven?

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Hello Reggie,
Thank you for your interest in the GE Profile 30 in. Self-Cleaning Slide-In Gas Convection Range in Stainless Steel Model # PGS975SEPSS. This is a beautiful range. This is Donna with GE and I will be happy to help
Following are the optional kits available.
Optional Backguard JXS32BB (Black) Attaches to the back of a slide-in or drop-in model when it is installed in a 30" free-standing Read More
Hello Reggie,
Thank you for your interest in the GE Profile 30 in. Self-Cleaning Slide-In Gas Convection Range in Stainless Steel Model # PGS975SEPSS. This is a beautiful range. This is Donna with GE and I will be happy to help
Following are the optional kits available.
Optional Backguard JXS32BB (Black) Attaches to the back of a slide-in or drop-in model when it is installed in a 30" free-standing cutout.
Trim Kit - Body Side JXS77BB (Black) Completes one side of a slide-in range
when exposed.
Trim Kit - Lower JXS56BB (Black) toekick provides finished look when range is raised to the highest
position. Extension legs included.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 25 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by So far, love this stove. Love the way it looks. Like the fact that the control panel is on the front of the stove so the top is flat w/o a back piece sticking up. The control panel is made well, better than all the other cheap ones we've seen. The control nobs are sturdy and well made, again, not like the other stoves we looked at that were light and cheap in quality. Like the storage beneath. 2 draw backs: the heavy duty grids on the top will scratch the bottom of your pans. Other draw back because the panel is located at the front, you sometimes hit it but it beeps to let you know you've hit something and it clears easily - just a matter of getting used to it. July 13, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Gorgeous Design with Excellent Functionality So Happy we found this range. We love it. Easy to cook on Easy to clean. August 10, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Pretty darn good I've had my range for a year now, and overall it's great; cooks well, the convection option is great for baking, the gas burners heat up nicely without spreading the heat too much (unlike my old gas stove, which put off enough burner heat to make the counters around it warm). Cleaning the top has a few issues - the grates are heavy, which I knew when I bought it, but use has shown they're a bit of a pain when it comes time to clean under them. Cleaning the control panel, as others have noted, will turn buttons on and off as you wipe, and if your cleaning rag is bigger than your hand, it'll turn the buttons on/off when you clean around the dials, too. May 29, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Gas oven has a loud fan.... This overall is a wonderful oven. Heats up fast, strong top burners. BIG problem with the oven fan.... Since purchase in summer of 2012, the fan noise has been horrible. At first, we thought the fan noise was normal, however over time it got so loud that you could hear it 4 rooms over. Called GE and they hooked us up with a local repair shop. We had to have it replaced because apparently it was busted. That alone was annoying, when you spend money on a new item, you don't expect it to have issues. Even though the fan has been replaced, the noise continues. So, I am going to reach out to GE and see what else can be done. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] February 25, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Almost perfect range I don't think I've ever had a better stove and love everything about it (temperature control, burner types and offset locations, oven quality, self cleaning function) except the display panel location/function. If you wipe it off you change oven and/or timer settings. If you lean over to stir a pot in the back and brush the panel you risk changing the oven settings. Imagine you have a cake or roast in the oven while cooking on the burners. You have a spill or splatter and you wipe it off. Suddenly your oven is turned off. If you notice it you're fine but if you don't there goes the cake. The lock-out function on my range only works when everything is off. This is a serious flaw in my estimation. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] August 21, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Top is a pain to clean I purchased a new home with this product already in place. It's a nightmare to clean the cook top. The grids are very heavy and the stainless steel top shows everything. I hate too cook because it. It is also very noisy when the oven fan motor runs the back rattles. I had service come out and the stuck putty in the back to help with the rattling. I am selling it now! December 18, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great stove and so beautiful!! We are still getting used to the convection over but it so far so good!! Our meats and our (trial) turkey run came out wonderfully and so golden brown just about in half the time. The stove slides in between your cabinets so make sure you measure correctly. We had a problem with the gas line coming up from under the house. So a plummer had to be called to revise the gas line so our over could slide all the way back. For us, so far so great! We love it..our last one was also a GE but had see it's better days. November 20, 2012
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Eh, not so hot Tremendously loud fan noise, during and after cooking. Shiny stainless top is almost impossible to keep clean, would have preferred a black cooktop by far. Plastic over control panel is cheap and wavy and always streaky. Oven cooks satisfactorily and the design is nice. July 14, 2014
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