Frigidaire - Gallery 27" Built-In Double Electric Convection Wall Oven - Stainless-Steel
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- Energy Star CompatibleNo
- Cutout Height (in.)48-7/8
- Cutout Width (in.)24-7/8
- Cutout Depth (in.)23-1/2
- Oven Capacity (cu. ft.)3.5 (upper); 3.5 (lower)
- Upper-Oven Interior Dimensions16-1/2"H x 20-1/2"W x 18-1/32"D
- Lower-Oven Interior Dimensions16-1/2"H x 20-1/2"W x 18-1/32"D
- Oven ConfigurationDouble
- Fuel TypeElectric
- Required Cabinet Width (in.)27
- Upper Cleaning MethodSelf-cleaning
- Lower Cleaning MethodSelf-cleaning
- Upper ConvectionYes
- Lower ConvectionYes
- Sabbath ModeYes
- Racks (Number of)6
- Bake Element Watts (Electric)1450
- Broil Element Watts (Electric)3400
- Interior LightYes
- Control TypeDigital
- Color CategoryStainless/Stainless look
- ENERGY STAR QualifiedNo
Rating 2.5 out of 5 stars with 2 reviews(2 Reviews)
Rating 1 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Bad choice if you want to save time or electricityPosted .No, I would not recommend this to a friend
I bought this convection oven to save money/electricity and time. It does neither. I replaced a 35 year old oven that could get to 375 degrees in 7.5 minutes. Using the "Quick" Pre-heat function on this oven, the timer goes off - supposedly indicating that the temperature has reached 375 - in 6 minutes. Great, until you check the temperature and find that it's only reached 225 degrees. The manufacturer says this is correct. That's the point when you can put your food in and start the timer. Yeah, right! That's good for only things like turkeys, hams, etc. - anything that takes a long time to bake, and I'm not even sure about that. To get to 375 degrees, you must set the Quick Pre-heat to 375 a second time, and after another 6 minutes, it will finally reach that temperature. I've tried the convection feature, too, and I can neither set the temperature lower nor bake for a lesser amount of time. Perhaps this, too, only works with food items that cook a long time, but how often does one cook hams and turkeys? If I could return this oven and get my OLD oven back, I would do it in a heartbeat.
Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Its greatPosted .I would recommend this to a friend
Its a top product. Its large capacity. The food is really great when its done. Its good for small spaces and when in the wall takes up half the room as a normal refrigerator. I love it.
Q: QuestionCan i use electric wall ovens even if my house is gas?Hi frigidaire, my question is that where i have my stove/oven is not close to wall where i would like to install wall ovens.My stove is gas and i was wondering if i get the right outlet to my wall am i able to use electric wall ovens or do i need to run gas line there. I would like some advice. Thanks again for your time and help.
Asked by melcakie.
- A:Answer Thanks for your question. You should be able to use electric wall ovens if you have the proper outlet installed that meets the electrical requirements listed in the product’s specifications.
Answered by FrigidaireSupport
Q: QuestionWhy does my Frigidaire double oven spit out water when you open or close the door?I've had my frigidaire stainless oven for about 4 years and every time I have used it, it spews out water that needs to be wiped from the top of the door and I even have to remove the inside of door to wipe it out. This is very inconvenient and I was wondering if there is a trick to stop this from happening? Thanks!
Asked by Anonymous.