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Model # WGE755C0BH

Internet # 204219240

6.7 cu. ft. Double Oven Electric Range with Self-Cleaning Convection Oven in White Ice

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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Model # WGE755C0BH

Internet # 204219240

Store SO SKU # 1000019203

Bake quicker than a traditional oven with TimeSavor Plus true convection cooking system on this Whirlpool 6.7 total cu. ft. double oven electric range. Seal in flavor and juices using the lower oven's convection fan and element that evenly circulate hot air over, under and around food. The 10 in. Rapid Boil element's high heat is perfect for fast boiling, searing and frying. And, with the SteamClean option, you can take care of everyday light spills quickly. The AccuBake system monitors oven temperature and the baking elements to deliver even baking and browning every time. Enjoy having an oven that senses and adapts to your needs to deliver the delicious results you want.

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  • 2.5 cu. ft. upper oven and 4.2 cu. ft. lower oven give you the room to bake and roast holiday dishes. Cook a large family meal or prepare hors d'oeuvres for a dinner party with our largest capacity double oven electric freestanding range
  • 5 burner cooktop features a 6.75-in., 100-Watt warming zone; a 6-in., 700-Watt melt element; a 12-in./6 in., 3000/1000-Watt dual element; a 10-in., 3200-Watt high-heat element, and a 6-in., 1200-Watt element for cooking flexibility
  • Dual Radiant Element provides the space-saving advantage of having two elements in one to handle large or small cookware. Melt Element has the power for everyday tasks as well as the low heat that's needed for melting and simmering
  • TimeSavor Plus true convection cooking system. A rear fan and a third heating element in the back of the lower oven circulate hot air over, under and around food to bake quickly and evenly
  • Achieve uniform baking results every time with the AccuBake temperature management system. A built-in sensor monitors oven temperature and controls the cooking elements to deliver consistent, delicious results every time
  • Hi-Lo broiling (in both ovens) lets you choose the broil setting that works best for what you are cooking
  • Easy to operate (and clean) digital touch-pad oven controls include an oven control-lock option, and a Sabbath Mode (which allows you to override the oven's shut-off function, making it possible to use the oven on the Sabbath without turning it on)
  • Hot-surface indicator light illuminates when the cooktop surface is still hot to the touch, even after the heating element has been turned off, for added safety
  • The Precise Clean self-cleaning system tracks the time between self-clean cycles to determine the right cycle time. The Steam Clean option lets you clean up light spills using heat and only 1-1/4 cups of water--no harsh chemicals or cleaners needed
  • Lower oven's EasyView extra-large oven window lets you monitor cooking progress without opening the door
  • Eco-friendly ceramic glass cooktop withstands intense heat while resisting cracking or chipping, preserving the sleek look of your cooktop for years to come
  • 3 oven racks and multiple oven rack guides make multi-rack baking easy
  • Rapid Preheat (upper oven). The upper oven preheats in just 4-1/2 minutes -- faster than a full-size oven
  • Keep Warm setting (both ovens) uses low heat to keep food warm inside the oven, so you can keep completed dishes from getting cold while you work on the rest of your meal
  • Built with American pride and designed, engineered and assembled in the U.S.A.
  • Limited 1-year warranty
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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Element No.1 Size (In.) 
6.75 
Element No.3 Size (In.) 
10 
Element No.4 Size (In.) 
Element No.5 Size (In.) 
Element No.6 Size (In.) 
Lower Oven Interior Depth (in) 
18.12 
Lower Oven Interior Height (in.) 
16 
Lower Oven Interior Width (in.) 
25 
Product Depth (in.) 
28.5 
Product Height (in.) 
47.13 
Product Width (in.) 
29.94 
Range Size 
30 in. 
Upper Oven Interior Depth (in) 
18.63 
Upper Oven Interior Height (in.) 
9.25 
Upper Oven Interior Width (in.) 
25 
Details
Amperage (amps) 
40 
Appliance Type 
Electric Range 
Broiler Location 
Oven 
Capacity of Oven (cu. ft.) 
6.7 
Cleaning Type 
Self Cleaning 
Color of Cooktop 
Black 
Color/Finish 
White Ice 
Color/Finish Family 
White 
Control Type 
Electro-Mechanical 
Convection 
Yes 
Convection Type 
Fan + Element 
Cooktop Features 
Indicator Light- Heating Element On,Indicator Light- Hot Surface Indicator Light,Warming Zone 
Cooktop Surface Type 
Smooth Surface 
Downdraft Exhaust 
No 
Element No.1 Type 
Radiant 
Element No.1 Wattage 
100 
Element No.2 Size (In.) 
12 
Element No.2 Type 
Radiant 
Element No.2 Wattage 
3000 
Element No.3 Type 
Radiant 
Element No.3 Wattage 
3200 
Element No.4 Type 
Radiant 
Element No.4 Wattage 
700 
Element No.5 Type 
Radiant 
Element No.5 Wattage 
1200 
Element No.6 Type 
(N/A) 
Element No.6 Wattage 
Fuel Type 
Electric 
Included Items 
No Additional Items Included 
Lower Oven Capacity (cu. Ft.) 
4.2 
Lower Oven Features 
Broiler,Built-In Clock,Built-In Timer,Control Lockout,Convection Oven,Digital Display,Hidden Bake Element,Interior Light,Oven Window 
Lower Oven Rack Positions 
Lower Oven Settings 
Delay Bake/Delay Start,Keep Warm,Sabbath Mode 
Lower Oven Wattage 
2000 
Number of Elements 
Oven Cleaning Options 
Lower Self-Cleaning,Upper Self-Cleaning 
Oven Racks 
Product Weight (lb.) 
234 lb 
Range Type 
Freestanding 
Returnable 
Non-Returnable 
Upper Oven Capacity (cu. ft.) 
2.5 
Upper Oven Features 
Broiler,Built-In Clock,Built-In Timer,Control Lockout,Digital Display,Hidden Bake Element,Interior Light,Oven Window 
Upper Oven Rack Positions 
Upper Oven Settings 
Delay Bake/Delay Start,Keep Warm,Sabbath Mode 
Upper Oven Wattage 
2000 
Voltage (volts) 
240 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings 
1-UL Listed,CSA Listed 
Manufacturer Warranty 
Limited 1-year 

CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by I love my new stove for a lot of reasons. Maybe it's because my previous oven died a slow, painful death, but I've really enjoyed getting to know this one. I've had it for about two months now and on the whole, I feel pretty good about the purchase and the amount of research I did beforehand. Things I've noticed: the bottom oven is a convection oven, my first go with one, and it's taken some adjustment. Because of the premise in a convection oven where the air is circulated around by a fan, it's a little loud. After some research and tinkering, I've found that if I lower the temperature about 25 degrees from a given recipe, whatever I'm cooking (from baked treats to dinner casseroles, breads -- I've tried almost everything at this point) takes about the minimum time listed on the recipe. The bonus, though, is I can use both racks to bake. I make cookies in half the time because I can bake two sheets at a time, with pretty even results. I also overfilled a bread pan with banana bread the first time I baked, unused to baked goods that turn out fluffy after a year of a malfunctioning oven, so I can say the steam clean feature works as it says. It was the easiest oven clean I've ever done, despite the fact my bread exploded all over the place. I've used both the ovens at the same time and they both heat perfectly and stay even temperatures. The preheat doesn't take any longer than any other oven I've ever used on either unit. As far as the stovetop goes, the burners heat quickly and evenly to the point I've had to remember to turn them lower than I previously had. The markings around the knobs are subtle, though, so the first few times I did something specific (melting butter was my task), I had to really pay attention to the settings on a burner labeled 'melt' to make sure I got the heat where I wanted it. Issues with heating were MY mistake, not the fault of the oven. Now that I've fully tested out the rapid boil, the dual burner, the keep warm, and the melt features -- I love them all and can estimate where to turn the knob without thinking about it. Things I don't care for, but aren't major sticking points: -The clock light is blue. Like REALLY blue. The microwave I have above it is not. This drives me crazy every time I look at it. The clock settings allow for a 24 hour clock on the stove as well, while my microwave doesn't. This is a minor issue, though, and just means I'll pay attention when I replace my microwave. -The inside oven light, as stated, covers both ovens. No matter where you're looking, both are lit up. I would just compensate by opening the door to look at what I want to see, but that messes with a convection oven. -There is only one hot surface indicator light. I generally don't advise my kids to stand anywhere near a stove I've been using, regardless of what burner has been on, though. While it would be NICE if it indicated which burner had been on, we usually know and the fact that it does tell us part of the surface is hot is sufficient. - No storage drawer. This is the tradeoff for a double oven, though -Don't use zeroes on the timer. I suggested I was baking my first sheet of cookies for eight hours because of this. Easy enough to avoid. The timer and control settings for the ovens are easy to use if you simply pay attention to what you're doing. If someone suggests there are too many keystrokes or it's hard to figure out, it's because they aren't used to something with a whole lot of options. I think it's as straight forward as can be. Now that I'm done talking about the actual stove, let me just talk for a minute about the delivery and setup professionals who came to my house. The delivery and installation process, for two major appliances now, are not experiences I will repeat. However, Home Depot's scheduling process is a hassle at best and a study in poor customer service. They rescheduled my delivery -- without successfully notifying me. The date they set wasn't one that worked (hence my not picking it in the first place) and navigating their appliance delivery side to reschedule was a frustrating exercise in time wasting. When they finally did have my stove here, the two men were personable and seemed helpful. They were careful removing my old unit and bringing the new in, they had the supplies they needed to do the job, but they were not particularly concerned with details. By details, I mean they didn't use a level to adjust the height of my stove and left it crooked. They also failed to take five minutes (literally all it took my husband) to properly align the anti-tip bracket. As a result, the unit was sitting approximately six INCHES out from the wall behind it. When I pointed it out, they said there was nothing they could do. I suppose it was my mistake when I assumed that was correct -- it was more accurately something they didn't want to take time to do properly. In the end, it took very little effort, but that's not the point. It isn't effort my husband should've had to make since I paid Home Depot to install. None of this is reflected in my ratings because none of this is the stove's fault. It was just a frustrating experience I'd like to pass on to anyone considering a large appliance purchase from Home Depot. June 22, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Don't buy this range! Don't buy this range! There are so many ways I despise this appliance! The oven takes a long time to heat up and is not well insulated so the cook top gets very hot. The timer beeps ONCE! and is very quiet despite being set at the loudest setting! I have been in the kitchen and missed the timer going off!! And setting the timer requires too many steps! you have to turn on the timer, set the timer and start the timer! I went in to purchase a maytag Gemini to replace the one I had but the Home Depot employee discouraged me and advised I get an oven to match the handles on the refrigerator I purchased..........wish I had never listened to her May 19, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Just OK One big con is the "Hot Surface Indicator". There is only 1 indicator located on the control panel for all burners. So you would not know which burner is actually hot unless you put your hand over each one to find out which is hot. Other stoves I've seen has an indicator per burner, located right beside the burner, making it easy to identify which burner is on and/or hot. Our previous stove used a heating coil and seemed to heat up faster than the burners on this stove. Oven seems to work well. Turning on the oven to bake and the messages in the control panel are a bit confusing. It's just something we need to learn and get used to. January 6, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by I HATE THIS STOVE! I hate everything about this stove. The ovens do not get hot unless they are on 500. The timer and clock you have to push minute by minute. Only one timer for 2 ovens. The oven light comes on for both ovens not separately. It takes forever on the big burner to boil water for like spaghetti or whatever. I hate it , hate it, hate it. Liked my Maytag way better. September 19, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worst Oven Ever This is THE worst cooking appliance I have ever used and I have been cooking over 30 years. The ovens do not cook properly, the bottom oven is loud and the large burner takes forever to boil water. I have had a technician come out the ovens read the "correct" temperature but not one single recipe is done in the stated time. I have to raise the temps 25-50 degrees so that cuts out a lot of baked items. The tech said I might need special bakeware! Everything is annoying about the range. The oven light comes on BOTH ovens even if you are using one, the timer and clock you have to stand there and hold the button and go minute by minute instead of keying in the time. ALSO there is one timer for two ovens! HATE this stove! $2000 piece of junk. As soon as this is paid off I am selling a getting a new range as much as I hate to lose that much money. Don't buy it! March 30, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Double No-Trouble Great oven. I especially like the convection feature of the bottom oven, and the rapid boil feature on the stove top! June 7, 2015
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