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30 in. Smart Single Electric Wall Oven with True Convection Cooking in Black on Stainless Steel

  • WiFi-enabled model with smart features and mobile app
  • Get the right settings every time with Scan-to-Cook technology
  • Contact your local store with Order # to schedule installation
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Product Overview

Get the right settings every time with this smart self-cleaning single wall oven. Send YUMMLY Guided Cooking instructions directly to the connected oven or use Scan-to-Cook technology to start cooking frozen foods in the built-in wall oven using your smartphone or tablet. Because most days every second counts, the touchscreen provides instant access to the settings your family uses most.
  • Care smarter with connected features that let you send cooking instructions to the oven from your smartphone, control your kitchen with voice commands through a smart home assistant or skip preheating (Appliance must be set to remote enable; Wi-Fi and app required; features subject to change; for details and privacy statement, visitwhirlpool.com/connect.)
  • Get the right settings every time; scan a frozen food barcode with your smartphone or tablet and send recommended or customized cooking instructions straight to your oven for dinner done the way your family wants it; (not all frozen foods included; Wi-Fi and pp required; features subject to change; for details and privacy statement, visit whirlpool.com/connect.)
  • Yummly guided cooking makes meal prep easier by helping you answer the question "what's for dinner?" before it's even asked; recipes with the connected fork icon in the yummly app include step-by-step video tutorials that provide the extra assistance you need on busy days; prompts in the app even send cooking instructions straight to your Whirlpool smart wall oven at the right times, so dinner's ready when your family's hungry (U.S. only) (select recipes only; compatible smart appliance required; appliance must be set to remote enable; features subject to change; for details and privacy statements, visit Whirlpool.com/connect and yummly.com/privacy)
  • Get instant access to the settings you use most with an all-new touchscreen that learns, adapts and suggests customized presets based on your family's routines.
  • Control your kitchen no matter what youve got on your hands using simple voice commands with a smart voice assistant, (appliance must be set to remote enable, Wi-Fi and app required; features subject to change, for details and privacy statement, visit Whirlpool.com/connect.)
  • Make multi-step meals more simple; use your smartphone or tablet to send multiple cooking instructions to the oven all at once; the temperature automatically adjusts based on the recipe you enter for great results without having to monitor your meal; (Wi-Fi and app required; features subject to change; for details and privacy statement, visit Whirlpool.com/connect)
  • Hide fingerprints and smudges with steel that easily wipes clean; available in black stainless
  • Skip preheating with Frozen Bake technology; cook frozen food with preprogrammed settings that automatically adjust cooking times so you can get select dinner items like pizza and lasagna from the oven to the table in less time (compared to traditional preheat and bake cycle for pizza and lasagna)
  • Cook foods faster with the addition of a third element plus a fan that distributes hot air evenly over, under and around food so dinner is ready when they are (compared to a traditional thermal-bake cycle on the same model)
  • Easily get the right convection cooking temperature; your oven automatically converts traditional recipes for convection cooking, adjusting cooking times and temperatures for you
  • With remote start enabled, use your smartphone or tablet to remotely turn your oven on so it's heated up and ready to cook meals when you are. (WiFi & App required. Features subject to change. For details and privacy statement, visit whirlpool.com/connect.)
  • With remote start enabled, use your smartphone or tablet to remotely turn your oven on so it's heated up and ready to cook meals when you are (Wi-Fi and app required; features subject to change; for details and privacy statement, visit whirlpool.com/connect.)
  • Start preparing for guests from your smartphone or tablet. With remote start enabled, this mode automatically turns on the Keep Warm setting so dishes stay ready to serve. (WiFi & App required. Features subject to change. For details and privacy statement, visit whirlpool.com/connect.)
  • Start preparing for guests from your smartphone or tablet; with remote start enabled, this mode automatically turns on the keep warm setting so dishes stay ready to serve; (Wi-Fi and app required; features subject to change; for details and privacy statement, visit whirlpool.com/connect.)
  • Get immediate support for quick solutions by using your smartphone or tablet to access troubleshooting videos, (Wi-Fi and app required; features subject to change; for details and privacy statement, visit whirlpool.com/connect.)
  • Keep track of scheduled appointments and make sure issues are known using the mobile app to send data from the appliance directly to Whirlpool brand customer service, (Wi-Fi and app required; features subject to change; for details and privacy statement, visit whirlpool.com/connect.)
  • Keep doors from shutting too quickly with the smooth, quiet mechanism of self-close doors
  • Get evenly baked food with a sensor that monitors oven temperature and adjusts the cooking elements
  • Please call your local store with your Order # to schedule installation for this item



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Specifications

Dimensions

Cut-Out Front to Back Depth (in.)
24
Cut-Out Height (in.)
28
Cut-Out Left to Right Width (in.)
28.5
Depth With Door(s) Open 90 Degrees (In.)
46.75
Oven Interior Depth (in)
19
Oven Interior Height (in)
18
Oven Interior Width (in)
25
Product Depth (in.)
26.44
Product Height (in.)
28.75
Product Width (in.)
30
Wall Oven Size
30 in.

Details

Amperage (amps)
20 A
Appliance Category
Wall Oven
Appliance Type
Single Wall Electric Oven
Capacity of Oven (cu. ft.)
5
Cleaning Type
Self Cleaning
Color/Finish
Black on Stainless
Color/Finish Family
Stainless Steel
Commercial/Residential
Residential
Fuel Type
Electric
Number of Oven Racks
3
Oven Cleaning Options
Self-Cleaning
Oven Control Type
Digital
Oven Cooking Process
True Convection
Oven Features
Temperature Control
Oven Settings
Keep Warm
Power Options
Hardwired,Plug-in
Product Weight (lb.)
121
Rack Positions
6
Remote Access
Remote Access
Requires Hub?
No Hub Required
Returnable
Non-Returnable
Smart Home
Smart Home Enabled
Smart Home Protocol
Wi-Fi
Voice Control Hub Required
No Hub Required for Voice Control
Voltage (volts)
240
Wattage (watts)
3600 W
Works With
Alexa, Google, Proprietary App

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
ADA Compliant,Star-K,UL Listed,cUL Listed

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Ratings
(353)
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(450)
Wall Oven Size30 in.30 in.30 in.30 in.
Cleaning TypeSelf CleaningSelf CleaningSteam CleanSelf Cleaning
Oven FeaturesBroiler in Oven,Hidden Bake Element,Temperature ControlTemperature ControlAutomatic Convection Conversion,Broiler in Oven,Gliding/Roll Out Racks,Hidden Bake Element,LED Display,Oven Temperature ProbeBroiler in Oven,Hidden Bake Element,Oven Temperature Probe,Temperature Control
Cut-Out Height (in.)282828.2527.3125
Capacity of Oven (cu. ft.)5.055.15.0
Oven SettingsDelay Bake/Delay Start,Keep Warm,Sabbath ModeKeep WarmDelay Bake/Delay Start,Keep Warm,Sabbath ModeDelay Bake/Delay Start,Keep Warm,Proofing Mode,Sabbath Mode
Oven Cooking ProcessStandardTrue ConvectionAir Fry,ConvectionConvection
Amperage (amps)2020 A240 A20 A
Fuel TypeElectricElectricElectricElectric
Appliance Series GE Profile
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Customer Reviews

  • 4.3
    out of 139 reviews
  • 83% recommend this product
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Best purchase ever!
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] We bout this appliance last month after our old oven died. We had a few issues installing it due to the depth of the new oven and our stovetop gas line being in the way, but after that was resolved, all was good. It’s super quiet. Sleek! And super easy to use. The touch screen options make it easy to navigate. My only comment is that I wish the timer could be louder, like a true alarm, but I usually use my Apple Watch for the time just in case I leave the area anyway.... we love it so far. 10/10 stars!
by Westeses
    • Recommended Product
    Love all the features
    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I upgraded to this oven when I bought might townhome and glad I did. I love the assisted and cooking feature menus. It's even smart enough to recognize there is no food in the oven when using assitant cooking mode. My Thanksgiving hens cooked even and beautifully. It notifys your phone when the cooking cycle is done too.
    by Cole
      • Recommended Product
      To Many Issues with this Oven
      For starters, I just remodeled my entire kitchen and just had to have this oven. Works great when it works, but a few months in the screen just went blank. My husband went to the reset the circuit breaker and it went back on, okay, no harm done, right. Well, this has happened quite a few times but that is least of my worries. So now, I get an hourglass figure on my screen that will not clear whatsoever. The oven is almost a year old now and I'm really sorry I just had to have it. My husband is a disabled Air Force Veteran that has served his country well, and he can't even cook dinner or warm up a pizza for himself because the crazy thing don't work. I keep reading that parts are hard to get or you have to wait forever to get installed only to go bad again. What's my recourse if this crazy exact thing happens again? I'm a forever Whirlpool customer, but this is unacceptable. Who's going to cook my Thanksgiving Dinner? Sincerely, Elena H.
      by Mrs. Howie
        After calling the Pro from Home Depot, it was never...
        After calling the Pro from Home Depot, it was never installed due to the placement of the metal box behind the oven. The metal housing of the wires were in the way of sliding the oven in. The installer finally left because he was on overtime.
        by Leftinlimbo70
        Response from WhirlpoolTeamJul 22, 2020
        Dear Valued Home Depot Customer, please call HD.com customer service at 800-430-3376 any day between 6 a.m to 2 p.m EST. They can answer your question, or transfer you to your local store if needed to answer your question. WhirlpoolBrand
        • Verified Purchase
        Disappointed in my purchase -- meh
        [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The physical design of this oven is quite lovely. It is the firmware that is problematic.This oven was installed on May 22, 2020. Things I like about my new oven: • Spacious interior—The oven maximized the amount of inside space available so I have more room now than in my old oven that fit into the same space. • Three racks—I love having three racks for baking. • Convection baking—This is my first convection oven and I am a convert. Everything bakes more evenly and a little faster. Things that could be improved about my new oven. YOU NEED TO KNOW THESE ISSUES BEFORE PURCHASING THIS UNIT. • Add a convection drying mode with a temperature range of 110-165—Like many people these days, I like to soak and dry walnuts and this oven does not allow me to do it effectively. To dry a pan of walnuts I should be able to use an 150-160 degree oven heated for 36-48 hours. While my new oven has a “Keep Warm” setting that allows me to dry the nuts at the right temperature, it is not a convection mode and the oven turns itself off after 12 hours, which is usually in the middle of the night. Which leads me to my next request-- • Allow cooking duration time to be set up to 48 hours—Right now as a safety feature the oven turns itself off after 12 hours. This is great if you forget to turn the oven off before leaving for vacation, but some things need to cook for longer than 12 hours, like drying fruit or nuts. There is a Sabbath mode that lets you turn on your oven for a longer time but does not let you cook at a low temperature. I want the option of both a low temperature and long duration. While I am fine if the oven turns itself off after 12 hours if no cooking duration was set ahead of time, it seems that if a cooking duration is set by the user they should be able to set a longer time. • The oven needs a better wifi antenna—We bought this oven thinking it would be fun to have a smart oven that we can control with our phone. No one told us that the wi-fi only works if the oven is within approximately 30 feet of a 2.4 gH router (depending on obstructions such as walls or metal barriers). While our router frequency is fine, the oven is more than 30 feet away. Normally I’d just say, okay I can live without turning my oven on with my cell phone. However, the oven firmware Is regularly updated and without wifi our new oven will not receive these updates. This is a major drawback. • Design the clock to keep accurate time without a wi-fi connection—The oven has a large, easy-to-read, nice-looking digital clock. Aesthetically, I really like it, and I look at it regularly. However, without the wifi connection, while the clock still works, it loses about one minute a week. It’s been decades since I have had a clock that loses time! • Allow users to change temperature setting without turning off oven first—Ever have a recipe where you start cooking at one temperature and then have to change to another? Or times when you cook one thing in the oven and then switch to something else that requires a different temperature? This oven requires you to turn it off and then to reprogram it to change the temperature, even if it is just a 25 degree difference. These extra steps, while not difficult, are just annoying. Overall, with the amount we spent splurging on this “fancy” oven , I am disappointed with how it works. This smart oven is in some ways dumber than my previous 25-year-old oven, which was definitely easier to use. I do not recommend this oven unless they can change its programming as outlined above.
        by Amygoe
          Favorite oven!
          [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Beautiful oven with great features! Love the WiF!
          by LPPdds
            • Recommended Product
            Comprehensive, Long Review Shipping, Unpacking & Installation: My oven arrived by lift gate truck...
            Comprehensive, Long Review Shipping, Unpacking & Installation: My oven arrived by lift gate truck and the 2 guys on the truck placed it in front of the wall cabinet opening for me, unpacked it and took away the packing material leaving it on the packaging base. No installation assistance of any kind was provided so beware. I first verified my cabinet opening size one last time. The feet on the bottom need to be in one of 3 possible positions to fit various size cabinet openings. That is basically what the so-called FIT system is--feet adjustment plus an extra piece of stainless at the vent openings near the bottom for the largest range of cabinet openings. I had already relocated the electrical box from a low spot in the opening to a high, central spot. There is not a really good guideline in the manuals of exactly where to locate the power. . I used a right-angle connector (not provided with oven) into a fully recessed electrical box to make my connections. I was able to rest the oven on a temporary stand while I made the electrical connections to power reaching over the oven into the cabinet but it's a bit of a stretch at my age. You will need every bit of cabinet depth required in the specs. After coiling the cable on top of the oven, the oven slid into place fine. There are just two screws that screw into the faceframe of the cabinet to hold the oven in place so width of opening is pretty critical as well. I predrilled into the cherry hardwood to be sure the screws would go in without stripping the heads. Maple would probably require this as well. I never did see a good explanation of clearances required at the top and bottom of the oven in order to clear items like a microwave above or drawer front or warming drawer below but I had plenty of clearance with something like 1-1/2 inches in both cases. It might be different for different openings like the one that requires the extra trim at the bottom. There is maybe a 1/32nd or 1/16th inch gap between the control panel top and my cabinet face. It seems like the control panel should be adjusted just a bit as far as its attachment to the rest of the oven to correct this. Not really a big deal. Startup & Network Connectivity: The unit powered up with a surprisingly nice display with a large clock readout that wasn't set to local time or the right date but that's easily set using the tools menu (look for the gear icon). Next came the connection to the Internet. That was a probably and perhaps the biggest to date. I could see my router just fine and even connect to it but I could not get out to the internet or connect to the Whirlpool app downloaded to my Android phone. That process actually required a service request that took 3 work days to resolve with something being registered manually at the Whirlpool location. Yes, you are communicating through a server so that may be another privacy issue for some folks. Meanwhile, I was still able to start using the oven. There is some sort of lubricant/oil used to prevent any corrosion in storage/shipment that emits a smell that you would not want in your food. If there was an instruction in either the install or use manuals on how long to heat the oven before using it for food I did not see it. We just let it heat to 350 for about an hour. The smell isn't that bad--just something you would not want in food. Cooking Using Control Panel: Over the past month I have cooked several types of bread, rolls, casseroles and meats in the oven but have yet to use it to broil. All the results were very good with even cooking. The fast preheat is a nice feature BUT you are limited to using the center rack in that mode. Not sure I understand why but it's not a big limitation. Then I planned to cook an entire beef tenderloin for a big dinner and planned to use the temperature probe to determine how well done it is. Only problem with this oven HAS NO temperature probe. That seems very odd given the smart nature of it and the price point.. It seems like a natural to alert someone via cell phone or tablet that meat or even bread is done to the desired temperature via probe. If Whirlpool would at least provide a wi-fi capable probe as an add-on that sets outside the oven and connects to their software it would be a big improvement. But for baking and roasting I really like this oven a lot so far. I have limited experience with the true-convection cooking but it seems to reduce cook times and even out the color of some baked goods when cooking lots of rolls and so on. Preheat times seem reasonable and are, of course, a function of oven insulation, tightness of enclosure and wattage. Again, it's reasonable and about the same as my last oven that was only 7 years old when it stopped heating. It was NOT a Whirlpool. Smart Oven Features: It is nice to be able to scan a package and get cooking instructions auto-loaded. Trouble is, many foods aren't supported yet such as canned dough products. That will probably improve over time along with other software features. There are plenty of cooking time/temperature/mode options from the control panel or the software. I don't quite understand why there is sometimes a lack of correlation between the control panel temp and the phone software temp. Eventually they seem to sync up. One issue I have with time/temperature settings is that the time must be entered AFTER preheat or preheat becomes part of the time cycle. Yes, that's an issue with almost all ovens but maybe someone can figure out how to trigger the time to start AFTER a door open and close cycle indicating that food was placed in the oven. Overall, it seems like the software is a work in progress as is Whirlpool support for Information Technology. But every contact with Whirlpool was polite and patient on their end. One more issue that someone else pointed out is that you can't control the oven through the phone without connecting to a router somewhere--making a wifi connection. I could not see how it was possible since it wants to default connect to your home router or have you select another network. My garage door software is smarter in that respect. Summary: This is very good oven that could be a great oven with a couple of tweaks. I love the fact that it is made in USA and I will be patient while Whirlpool improves the software. It does a very good job of cooking and the cabinet is well made including the bottom supports and the sheet metal surrounding the oven, which is much better than my old oven which was not cheap. My experience with Whirlpool appliances over the years has been very good with one refrigerator lasting more than 30 years without a single issue. Well worth consideration for your oven replacement, kitchen project or new home.
            by engr4you
            • DIY
            • Verified Purchase
            • Recommended Product
            Holy, Convection! This is our first convection oven and I think we will never go without one agai...
            Holy, Convection! This is our first convection oven and I think we will never go without one again! So many pro's with this oven, I will just list the cons. First off, this uses most of the space inside an average 30in cut out (See photos). The delivery guys weren't able to install since our electrical connection was in the way. I was able to move the electrical box (4x4) to the upper right corner and the stove slid in perfectly. Next con, it is Smart so it can hook up to your phone. The connection seems to be intermittent, sometimes the oven shows connected with the app and other times it does not. The Fingerprint-Resistant stainless steel could be improved on, does show some fingerprints. We have had this oven over a month and have had no problems with our day-to-day cooking. Whirlpool is superior, we have the matching microwave and love everything about them.
            by StMattsRemodel
            • Recommended Product
            5 people found this helpful
            Mixed bag
            [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The oven works fine, has many nice features. That’s the good part. The bad part is that it was delivered and installed without any instructions on how to use it. Had to contact customer support to request a user’s guide via email.
            by Dick L
              • Recommended Product
              It beautiful
              [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] So many features that I wasn’t expecting. Love it!
              by From the Pondo
                • Recommended Product
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