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GE Profile 5.3 cu. ft. Slide-In Electric Range with Self-Cleaning Induction and Convection Oven in Stainless Steel
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GE Profile

5.3 cu. ft. Slide-In Electric Range with Self-Cleaning Induction and Convection Oven in Stainless Steel

  • Induction cooktop technology, Innovative, fast, efficient cooking
  • True European Convection with Precise Air
  • 5.3 cu. ft. oven capacity
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Your GE Profile slide in 5.3 cu. ft. Induction and Convection Range with Warming Drawer in Stainless Steel also has Self-Clean with Steam Clean Option. Induction Cooktop Technology is innovative, fast and efficient cooking. True European Convection with Precise Air lets you enjoy perfectly even results without turning the pan. Hidden Bake Oven Interior makes cleanup easy by eliminating hard-to-reach areas. 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.

  • 5.3 cu. ft. oven allow you to cook multiple dishes at once, perfect for large holiday gatherings and every day in between
  • 5 burner electric range includes 3,700-Watt burner for faster boiling of water
  • Convection cooking system in 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 and the oven temperature probe allows you to bake to desired internal food temperature
  • Custom broil lets you set the broiling temperature for improved cooking control when grilling meats or melting cheese
  • Built in warming drawer lets you warm breads or keep side dishes warm while the rest of the meal is cooking
  • Glass Touch controls on the control panel are easy to operate
  • Control Lock disables the control panel to avoid unintended use or other changes to your cooking settings
  • Self-Clean cycle with Steam Clean Option makes cleanup easy
  • 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
  • 3 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 4.4 cu. ft. Slide-In Electric Range with Self-Cleaning Convection Oven in Stainless Steel 5.4 cu. ft. Induction Electric Range with Self-Cleaning Convection Oven in Stainless Steel 5.3 cu. ft. Slide-In Electric Range with Self-Cleaning Convection Oven in Stainless Steel 5.3 cu. ft. Slide-In Electric Range with Self-Cleaning Induction and Convection Oven in Stainless Steel
Brand GE Frigidaire Gallery GE Profile GE Profile
Ratings (929) (143) (224) (317)
Color/Finish Family Stainless Stainless Stainless Stainless
Range Type Slide-In Freestanding Slide-In Slide-In
Cooktop Surface Type Smooth Surface Induction Smooth Surface Induction
Range Size 30 in. 30 in. 30 in. 30 in.
Cleaning Type Self Cleaning Self Cleaning Self Cleaning Self Cleaning
Oven Features Built-In Clock,Control Lockout,Convection Oven,Digital Display,Hidden Bake Element,Interior Light,Oven Window Broiler,Built-In Clock,Built-In Timer,Built-In Timer,Convection Oven,Digital Display,Food Temperature Probe,Hidden Bake Element,Interior Light,Lower Storage Drawer,Oven Window Broiler,Built-In Clock,Built-In Timer,Control Lockout,Convection Oven,Digital Display,Food Temperature Probe,Gliding/Roll Out Racks,Hidden Bake Element,Interior Light,LED Display,Oven Window Broiler,Built-In Clock,Built-In Timer,Control Lockout,Convection Oven,Gliding/Roll Out Racks,Hidden Bake Element,Interior Light,Oven Window,Warming Drawer
Number of Elements 5 5 5 5
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Will this fit in a standard 30" opening ?

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I noticed that the measurement was larger than 30" wide
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The induction range will fit in a standard thirty (30") opening that most ranges fit.
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Yes. It is a "slide in" model that is designed to overhang your countertops on either side about 1/4" for a custom, built-in look. I'm attaching a pic of the range the day they installed it so you can see how it overhangs. Love it!
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The width is fine but look at the diagrams to make sure you have the plug at the correct place in the back, it only fits in certain areas. Also make sure the height is fine because of the slight overhang onto the countertops. Measure the front and back height to top of counter on both sides. (We have and old house with slightly different measurements but it worked)
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February 25, 2014
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Yes. As long as it is indeed 30" and your cabinets have not shifted or warped. However, you do have to be careful sliding it in if the lip on your countertops goes upwards at all. The cooktop is designed to overlap your counter by about 1/4 inch on each side. You either have to lift it over carefully or just adjust the feet all the way up.
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Hello - this is Nancy at GE and I am happy to help you.
Yes, this unit is designed to fit in a standard 30" wide opening. It may be placed with 0" (flush) at the back wall and side walls of the cabinet. The cooktop of the unit is wider because it is designed to overhang the countertop.
I hope this helps! Thank you for checking with us!
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how many heat settings does the induction stove top have.

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Dacor range has 11
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Nineteen in all. This includes Low, 1, 1 1/2, 2, 2 1/2, 3, 3 1/2, 4, 4 1/2, 5, 5 1/2, 6, 6 1/2, 7, 7 1/2, 8, 8 1/2, 9, and High.
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The answer is technically 19. 1-10 plus half increments.
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L, 1, 1.5, 2, 2.5, all the way to 9.5 and then HI. One burner has Power Boil in addition to Hi and the fifth burner has Warm, L, M, H to keep food warm.
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It goes from 1 - 10 (10 shows as "H") by 1/2's. So thats...14 by my count? There is also a preset button on each element so maybe they count those seperately I'm not sure. (both on the left say "simmer", upper right says "melt", and lower right says....high boil? rapid boil? something like that). The induction is definitely awesome.
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Hi Tatty2-this is Sue from GE. Thanks for your interest in our GE Profile™ Series 30" Slide-In Induction and Convection Range with Warming Drawer- PHS920SFSS. You will enjoy the innovative, fast efficient induction cooktop and True European Convection with Precise Air oven. Only in the PreciseAir and True European Convection Systems does the convection fan reverse direction to allow air to better Read More
Hi Tatty2-this is Sue from GE. Thanks for your interest in our GE Profile™ Series 30" Slide-In Induction and Convection Range with Warming Drawer- PHS920SFSS. You will enjoy the innovative, fast efficient induction cooktop and True European Convection with Precise Air oven. Only in the PreciseAir and True European Convection Systems does the convection fan reverse direction to allow air to better circulate around the food. Performance testing has shown that reversing the fan produces more evenly browned baked goods, which eliminates the need for turning food or rotating pans.
The cooktop offers 19 power levels. Power levels range from Lo to Hi in precise half-step increments. For example; L, 1, 1 1/2, 2, 2 1/2, and up to Hi. The level "L", the lowest, is recommended for "Keep Warm".
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Does the Profile induction range have auto shutoff capabilities on the cooktop?

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When cooking or frying using a pot or frying pan and you lift the pot or frying pan off of the induction range the range will automatically shut off. This is a great safety feature.
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Yes. It will shut off if you remove the pan. I haven't tested (nor want to) whether there is an empty pan overheat auto shut off yet.
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That's the genius of induction… when you remove the pot or pan with the magnetized bottom, the induction automatically disengages and shuts off, making this much safer than the old porcelain cooktop my grandmother had when I was a kid!
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No, it does not turn off until you remove the pot or turn off manually.
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How does this induction work with Cast Iron , anyone used them? compare to gas stove?

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Yes, you may use cast iron pots or pans on the induction range. We have cast iron flying pans that work very well on our induction range and heat up faster than a gas stove.
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As well as as a gas stove, if not better. I primarily use my cast iron, enameled cast iron (e.g. le creuset type), and carbon steel (e.g. deBuyer) with my cooktop. It loves cast iron, and cast iron loves it.
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Hello - this is Nancy at GE and I am happy to help you with regard to using cast iron on an induction range.
You must use a ferrous pan when using the induction coils on this range. You can verify your pan is ferrous if a magnet sticks to it. Quality cookware with heavy bottoms made of cast iron, magnetic stainless steel and enameled steel work best. For best results, use pans with flat bottoms. Some Read More
Hello - this is Nancy at GE and I am happy to help you with regard to using cast iron on an induction range.
You must use a ferrous pan when using the induction coils on this range. You can verify your pan is ferrous if a magnet sticks to it. Quality cookware with heavy bottoms made of cast iron, magnetic stainless steel and enameled steel work best. For best results, use pans with flat bottoms. Some pans are made especially for induction cooking. Heavy enamel cast-iron pots produce less noise than lightweight steel pans.
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5.3 cu. ft. Slide-In Electric Range with Self-Cleaning Induction and Convection Oven in Stainless Steel is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 317.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from THE GOOD NEWS AND THE BAD NEWS The Good News and the Bad News Two days ago, my wife and I had the GE PHS920SF2SS induction electric slide in range installed in our home. It's beautiful! We have not had a range in over a month. The reason for the long wait, we couldn't decide between a competing manufacturer's electric induction slide in range and the GE electric induction slide in range. We picked the GE based on the availability of GE's authorized repair service in our area and GE's reputation for reliability. The competing manufacturer's authorized repair company would have to travel over 100 miles one way from Columbia, SC to Charleston, SC for repairs. GE has local authorized repair technicians in Charleston. However, we didn't think we would need GE's repair service so soon. We boiled several pots of water just to test the power boil burner. It worked great. Then, we decided to bake some biscuits. That's when we realized the "door lock" light for the oven was on and would not shut off whether the oven door was open or closed. The door lock light code prevents the operation of the oven even though the oven door is not really locked. We read the manual back to front for troubling shooting tips and googled for more troubleshooting help. We tried everything. Nothing worked. So now, we have a GE repair technician coming to our home only 3 days after the range was installed. The good news: we don't have to wait 2 weeks for a competitor's authorized repair technician. The bad news: The GE PHS920SF2SS went down only 4 hours after installation. Update: It's been 4 days since my review above. GE repair technicians have twice attempted to repair our new range. The oven continues to malfunction. No biscuits yet!
Date published: 2016-08-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Major concerns! I purchased this wonderful? range for my new kitchen remodel. I used it once and during that use I heard a 'pop' and all parts of the appliance stopped working, stove top and oven. I followed manual instructions and turned off the circuit for the time suggested. When I reset the circuit, I was able to use the oven once and no burner. I have not been able to use it since. I have contacted support and now waiting to get the new part which we think 'may' be the problem. It will be installed next week so my 'real' review will come after that time. I must say that I am very disappointed. I am anxious to use my new induction range.
Date published: 2016-08-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fast and easy cooking We really wanted an induction stove that slid in, and this fit the bill. It cooks great with fast heat up and cook times versus regular electric glass cook tops. It has 5 burners also! Stove turns off instantly when you take the pan away. My only complaint is that it's too easy to turn on the stove controls when wiping the stove down and just leaning on the front control panel. Since the burners won't turn on without a magnetic pan, this is not a big deal, but just a minor annoyance.
Date published: 2016-11-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Amazing control I had done extensive research anticipating we were going to need to replace our electric range when it failed, two days after Christmas. With a house full of guests arriving momentarily, for a week in the mountains, and 2 refrigerators full of food, I lamented the timing, I knew the GE Profile series induction range was the best but the cost at that moment felt prohibitive and we needed a range delivered immediately. My husband insisted there would be no compromise and the GE Profile Series induction range was delivered the next day. But for a couple of instances when I needed to flip the curcuit breaker on & off to reset the electronics because of a power surge it has exceeded my very high expectations. The response and minutiae temperature control of the stove revivals the finest gas tops and the oven bakes, broils and roasts to perfection both traditionally and using convection. Plus 3 or more hours of pizza making or baking does not result in the kitchen being an oven!
Date published: 2016-07-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from New technology I bought this range to experience new technology and very satisfied with my choice. More efficient, faster and cleaner. Have to get use to use right size pot for specific location on the top.
Date published: 2016-08-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So far so good! I love this range. The only thing that I didn't like is I had to buy new pots and pans because of the induction process.
Date published: 2016-08-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from HOORAY! My family finally eats dinner!!! AWESOME! I must say, I have never been one to enjoy cooking and never thought I would but WOW was I wrong! This oven has truly been so amazing and I am just shocked at how precise the entire oven works. It fits so nice and clean into our kitchen and brings a more sophisticated look which that alone is appealing, but when I first turned on the oven, I was impressed with how fast it preheated and how fast just a pot of water began to boil! I am serious when I say that I have started cooking more for my family (which of course they like) because without any other way to describe it, this oven just makes me happy! I especially like how you don't have to lean over hot burners to turn knobs when cooking and that there aren't any knobs anyways! That is huge for me because I never felt capable of cleaning my old oven real good since the knobs would never really come clean (Severe OCD hinders my ability to accept things which are not problematic but in my mind seem to be). I'm even baking stuff like cakes which anyone who knows me well can testify how very out of character that is for me. Not any more. Folks, if you are seriously looking to purchase a new oven, I do hope you will really consider this exact model. I don't work for any companies, nor am I anything more than a housewife who cares for four boys and a husband so I hope you will keep that in mind when searching for your next oven because from my experience and genuine opinion, you will not be disappointed with this one!
Date published: 2016-10-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beats gas and a lot safer We have had our new GE induction range for 3 months and can not find a negative thing to say about it. We have learned very quickly how to use induction and it is what they say it is, fast, and safe. We are building our retirement home elder ready and this is a plus for us, safe , no red burner or gas, shuts off when there is no pot on the burner. Controls are soft touch and can easily be trued on without knowing but GE has a shut off built in to shut down the controls. Lots of safety features, boils quickly, oven is great, love the roll out oven shelve and the overall quality is excellent. The flat glass top is another plus as it is easy to clean. If you think gas is the only way to cook, then you need to try this stove. All of the big gas stove guys are now coming out with theirs and they are mucho bucks more.
Date published: 2016-09-27
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