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  • Fantastic stove. lighted buttons are fun, the computer is pretty smart and easy to use. I highly ...
  • June 06, 2017

Fantastic stove. lighted buttons are fun, the computer is pretty smart and easy to use. I highly recommend this stove. Love the split door top and bottom oven. With that said, shopping around other retailers - Sears was out of stock, JCP website was not working well, Lowes web site was not working well. The home depot site worked, it was fast and easy. I ordered it on Sunday afternoon, it came on Wednesday morning with a great delivery crew. between the 4 retailers including Home Depot the prices are nearly all the same. This purchase from beginning to end as a major appliance and as a pure internet purchase was a solid home run from Home Depot. And no I don't work for Home Depot.

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  • The oven was deliver professionally and without a flaw. Packaging...
  • December 19, 2017

The oven was deliver professionally and without a flaw. Packaging was very robust and protected the oven well. This oven is heavy. If you aren’t having it installed, lifting straps are recommended. Great oven, even heating, superior cooking.

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  • I just love this double oven gas range! I love how the oven heats up really fast. I haven't use...
  • May 01, 2018
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I just love this double oven gas range! I love how the oven heats up really fast. I haven't used the middle burner yet, but I will. Samsung knows how to make really good products.

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Perfect

55 to 64, Female
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  • This is the best stove I've ever owned. It was expensive, but the extras are worth the money. Ma...
  • September 19, 2017
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This is the best stove I've ever owned. It was expensive, but the extras are worth the money. Made half inch thick deer jerky. Came out better then any of them little machines. The double oven feature is great for cookies etc.. not sure how big of a bird you can do with double oven mode on holidays. We gonna find out.

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  • We love this range. The small oven is perfect for so many things and the convection oven definate...
  • December 27, 2018
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We love this range. The small oven is perfect for so many things and the convection oven definately cooks more evenly than my last gas range. I had one disaster when the burner I was bringing jelly to a boil add it did not stop rolling after turning completely down. Simmer was not low enough so it boiled over. Bis mess on new stove. The good thing was it did not enter the burner orafaces and cleaned up ok but sticky. Should have used the smaller burner. Christmas roast beef cooked perfectly with the digital meat probe and the digital display panel is user friendly to set temp, time etc. The 3 optional oven sizes are amazing too. All I wish for is a downdraft exhaust, my cathedral ceiling is too high for an overhead. Maybe a few use tips on the burners would be helpful.

Susan

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  • The single or double oven feature is great!...
  • March 29, 2018

The single or double oven feature is great!

Edgar

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By: Edgar
  • Best Oven Ever
  • June 29, 2016
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This oven is absolutely amazing. In every way. It works exactly as you expect, and has no forseeable shortcomings. Everything works well Installation was quick and easy. It will slide in to a standard 30" opening, and has an anti-tilt bracket that installs in the back of the oven to keep it from tilting forward when the oven is opened. It has a very stylish lip that goes on top of your counter-top, which makes it look like a nice flush perfect install. There is also a flush backplate to fill in any gaps behind the oven. This is a gas fueled range and oven. It requires a standard 120V outlet, and can consume up to 66,000 BTU of gas energy. You should get professional help to install and verify local codes for compliancy, but for the most part, if your gas line going to the oven is 1/2" line for less than 25' the pressure will allow the oven all the gas that it needs. If you are unsure it is never a bad idea to seek licensed help. The oven looks very sleek and refined, and just seems like a crime to not clean it daily. The control knobs look great, and when any feature is on, a blue halo ring around the knob turns on. This makes it very easy to see from a distance if a burner blew out and is still on, or even if you just left the oven light on. The control panel seems daunting and complex from initial impressions, but after a couple of minutes it seems like second nature. The burners are great. Upon initial use from connecting the gas, it takes a little bit to get initial ignition. The burners are nice and clean, and create an immaculately even flame. It is hard to describe the flame, it is as perfect as crystal. I included a picture to try to show the pattern. The oven also works incredibly well. It gets to tempurature very quickly, and maintains tempurature with low fuel consumption. This means the insulation is very good, and means lower operating costs. The oven has a slide-in partition, which allows you to operate the oven at two different temperatures in the two partitions. I was a little weary of this, as I did not think that the partition was thick enough to really isolate the hotter half from the cooler, but the engineering geniuses at Samsung have proven me very, very wrong. The oven worked perfectly with the two section operating 75 degrees fahrenheit different. When the partition is inserted, it depresses a button inside of the oven. This lets the control panel know that the oven is in two partitions, and acts differently, allowing you to change the settings for the upper or lower half. The oven door works like the back door for a SUV. Operating the handle opens the entire oven door. There is a two-finger sized button on the back of the door handle that allows it to hinge from the middle, so that only the upper half is open. It kind of looks like a pizza oven like this, and it works well. This oven is absolutely fantastic. I rave about it to anyone I can get to listen! It is worth every penny, and while I try to describe how nice it is, the only way to truly understand is to use it. The upgrade from an electric to gas range is amazing, the upgrade from a gas range to this is ten fold!!! I really wish that I could upload more pictures with this review to try to show everything amazing! It was really hard trying to pick only six photos to show it off.

Pros Durable, Lots of Features, Easy to Use, Sturdy, Looks Great, Easy to Install, Stylish, Nice Design, Easy to Clean, High Quality

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SGMillerDesigns

Fort Smith, AR
25 to 34, Male
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  • Perfect oven for the home chef
  • May 12, 2016
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As an amateur chef, I really need the right tools to advance in my passion of cooking. Personally, I believe that the most important "tool" other than having great recipes is the oven that you cook them with, and this Samsung Range is the perfect one to help you do just that. There are so many features on this range, I posted a video below to help better explain what this actually has to offer, but let me see if I can put it into words. First off, it's simply beautiful. The stainless steel construction is top notch, and does not seem to mark/smudg as bad as other stainless appliances that I have owned in the past. This is the same for my other Samsung items that include every appliance in the kitchen, along with washer/dryer. The design is perfect, as I love how the included an extended lip that covers over the space between the oven and counter top. As for the 22,000btu, it heats up very fast, and cooks super hot (great for cooking in a wok). What I also think is great, is it has a feature that will automatically compensatie you temperature when using the convection option. This will ensure you don't burn your food when getting used to a convection oven. The lights on the knobs are not only great looking but they also serve as a safety function so you know if the oven/burners were left on, and the lights in the actual overn are very bright, and allow you to see your food easily while cooking. The other very cool feature that I forgot to mention in the video is the meat probe. I love cooking chicken, pork butt and brisket on the BBQ smoker, but I always finish them off in the oven. The meat prob plugs into the adapter on the top left of the top oven, and actually read out the temp on the screen (which is made of glass). Last but not least is the two oven concept. This oven works flawlessly at cooking two things at once. There is a divider that comes with the range that will stop the food from mixing favors. This means you can bake cookies at the same time you have a turkey going, and never taste the other. If you pull the divider out, the stove transfers over to a full size stove and shuts down the top/bottom concept. If you are using the top and the bottom, you can set individual temps and timers for both ovens, and they both have a convection fan of their own. Cons: the only issue I have with this range is the wifi and smart app on the phone. The oven is supposed to connect on wi-fi to the (Samsung Smart Home app, but it will not sinc up. I don't think it's the phone, but the app that's not working correctly? The reviews are not the best for the app, so they may need to look into that, but if it did work, you would be able to adjust the temp, time and off functions right from your phone. You will not be able to turn on the range from the app if it's gas (which mine is), but you can on the electric version. Conclusion: even with the flawed app, this stove is is one of the best, if not the best range/oven on the market. If you are an armature like me, or a pro that loves to cook at home, this is the one for you.

Pros Lots of Features, Looks Great, Easy to Install, Stylish, Nice Design, High Quality Cons takes time to learn the functions, the app

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cmill

ohio
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  • I am retired chef. Gladly spent extra money. Two major issues. Power burner internal switch defec...
  • March 17, 2017

I am retired chef. Gladly spent extra money. Two major issues. Power burner internal switch defective. Oven won't stay calibrated. Yes I pressed "save". Broiler shuts off while broiling. Nice gray meat! Samsung repair service is a nightmare to deal with. Never had issues with cheaper stoves. Hate to be negative but... Not worth the price.

PMF1957

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By: PMF1957
  • All the bells and whistles
  • May 24, 2016
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When I selected this I assumed it would be dropped off in front of my house and I would have to install it myself. And to be honest, with all the frustration I went through, I think I would have preferred it that way. I'm not sure of it is standard with every purchase but It looks like this oven includes professional installation and Samsung sub-contracted that work out to a company called Installs Inc. Installs Inc reached out to me to schedule what they call a "site survey". This entails them coming out and measuring your kitchen and the counter-top opening to ensure that the oven will fit (or if the counter-top would need to be shaved down) and the necessary electric and gas lines are in place before it gets delivered. I don't know how much work they would do in order to prepare your kitchen. For instance, are they going to run a gas line for you or recommend you contact a plumber? We scheduled an appointment for a Tuesday (4/5) between 12pm and 5pm. I took a half day off from work and waited... and waited. Five o' clock came and went with no sign of the company and not even a phone call saying they were running late. I called Installs Inc the next day and decided to NOT tell them I was reviewing this product for Home Depot so I could see how they would treat an everyday customer. They had no idea why no one showed up or called me. Without naming names, I was told they reached out to the "installer" but only got his voicemail. So, they left a message with him saying he had to call them back right away. To their credit the person I spoke with was very apologetic. At this point, I'm gathering Installs Inc, contracts the work out to yet another company. Lots of moving parts here for something to go wrong or be lost in translation. Later that day someone from Samsung called to again apologize and handle the scheduling. I was told there was some sort of miscommunication on Installs Inc's part. My site survey was rescheduled for 4/14 after 3PM. The technician arrived around 4:45pm and took some measurements, slid my existing oven out to check the necessary gas and electrical connections, and then left. He didn't know what measurements were most critical because he didn't have any information on what oven I was getting. He just assumed I was shopping for a new oven so he measured the space available. He worked for a large electronics company located about 45 minutes from my house. I didn't want to bother explaining the entire review process so I left it at that. Samsung called me 5 days later (4/19) to arrange the actual delivery and installation. So, I'm assuming that the oven will fit in my existing counter-top opening. The gentleman that called me was also very apologetic about the problem I had. Scheduling the install was a bit difficult because I work Monday through Thursday and most Fridays and my only available days would be Saturday or Sunday. He said they didn't have anything available in April. Ouch. But after a little bit of research he was able to schedule me for a Saturday morning on 4/30. At least I'm not looking at a May install. Two technicians came with the oven in tow and unpacked it in the driveway. They removed my old oven and asked me if I wanted them to take it away or if I wanted it put somewhere. I had them move it in to my garage. The installation was very simple, requiring them to only screw the anti tip device to the floor, install a new gas line, and install the rear trim piece that is meant to close the gap between the oven and the wall. Here I am kind of disappointed because the trim piece still leaves about an inch of space open behind the oven. I'm sure Samsung could find a way to make this piece adjustable so it can be extended further to close the gap. I can only imagine what is going to fall back there. Sliding the oven further back is not an option since it is already up against the natural gas shut off valve. As far as height goes, I feel like this oven is a bit too tall, or else I have counter-tops that are below standard height. My counter-tops measure 35 3/8" from the finished floor surface to the top of the counter. The oven has flanges that extend out slightly from the top and they are currently sitting 35 3/4" from the finished floor surface, This leaves me with a 3/8" gap between the top of the oven and the counter-tops that I don't know what to do with. The installers told me the adjustable feet on the bottom are screwed in as far as they will go, so this is as short as this oven can get. I'm tempted to try removing them all to see if I can get it to sit more flush with the counter-tops. The overall width of the oven that needs to fit between the cabinets is 29 13/16". The width of the oven including the top overhangs is just a hair under 31". Keep in mind when looking at this oven that it uses and anti-tip device (like all ovens) that is secured to your floor with screws. If you have a floating floor laminate floor, like I do, you can't put the screws directly through the flooring. That about covers the installation and fitment of the oven. Moving on to the performance aspect, this oven is incredible. I've never owned an appliance anywhere remotely as capable as this oven and I feel like I am still discovering new capabilities. It has dual chambers by way of a removable plate that slides in and out. When removed the oven can be used as a single large space and the oven automatically detects when this divider is there and adjusts the LED controls accordingly. Each section has its own fan for convection. A meat probe is included that can be plugged in to the oven directly. So, no need for a meat thermometer anymore. The oven will do it for you. The front control panel controls every aspect of the oven and luckily it has a lock out feature that disables the control panel and locks both oven doors. From within this control panel you can set the time, the WIFI network (yes WIFI), whether the panel beeps every time you touch it, (which I disabled), oven cooking temperatures, etc. It appears to be made of glass and feels very solid to the touch. The beeping gets annoying after a short while so I disabled it. Fingerprints and smudges are impossible to prevent so you'll have to constantly wipe it down or just live with it. Unfortunately, even with the control panel and doors locked the burner knobs are still functional and will still release gas and ignite if pushed in and turned. So if you have a curious one-year old like me, this is still an issue. The knobs have a very sleek design so I don't know if the childproof covers will fit on them. The warmer draw also does not lock. To engage the lock you hold the Start button down for three seconds and then wait for about 5 seconds or so. To unlock it is the same process. The oven heats up to operating temperature really fast with the bottom section able to get up to temp quicker. I was told by the installer to let it run for an hour before using it so that it can burn off the machine oil from the factory. I asked him not to turn it on because it was cold out and I wanted to do it when it was warmer when I could open the windows. But... he turned it on anyway to show me that it was pre-heating, and as predicted it filled my house with a nasty burning oil smell. I was forced to open the windows to air out my house. This range has WIFI. Yes... WIFI. I'm kind of blown away by that. I enabled the WIFI in the options menu but I don't see it broadcasting an ad-hoc network and I can't figure out where I would input my WIFI network info. I've been looking through the user manual but I can't find anything that references WIFI. Page 43 specifically calls out what's available in the options menu but doesn't even show the WIFI option. I found a supplemental manual that says to press and hold the "Smart Control" button for 3 seconds but it doesn't seem to do anything other than display "AP". I really wanted to try out the WIFI features but I guess I'm out of luck there. How cool would it be to get an alert on your phone when the turkey is done? This is something I'm going to have to spend more time trying to figure out. The burners on this oven are out of control. The left side has two standard burners that work like just about any standard range would. In the center there is an oblong burner that also has a griddle, a VERY heavy griddle. One side has ridges for cooking fatty foods on and the other side is smooth, making it great for eggs and bacon. Pancakes might be a bit of a stretch because it's not super wide. The density of the griddle should mean foods cook evenly. On the right rear there is a standard burner, but the front right burner is really unique. This is a combination of a high output burner with a smaller burner in the middle. On the high setting both burners are lit at the same time, once you get to the medium setting the large burner starts to shut off and the small burner stays lit. So you can get a large pot of water boiling quickly and then lower the heat to maintain the boil. This burner also has a removable ring attachment for a wok. It's basically a steel ring designed to match the contour of the bottom of a wok. For some reason the oven will randomly make a rattling/buzzing noise when it is warming up. I haven't been able to figure out where it is coming from or what is causing it but it is a crazy sound. It kind of makes me think something is resonating internally. Maybe from the convection fans? I'm not sure. I'd like to add more to this review but I am out of space. Aside from a few minor shortcomings this oven is out of control, looks are subjective but I think it looks really cool with the glass panel and blue LED illuminated gas knobs. Now if I can just get my hands on the matching fridge lol.

Pros Lots of Features, Looks Great, Stylish, Easy to Clean, built in temp probe Cons buzzing sound, cant figure out wifi

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