Unlock your inner gourmet with this GE free-standing electric range, and create memorable meals with the radiant heat cooktop. Dual-element baking lets you get the most out this oven's 5.3-cubic-foot capacity. This versatile GE free-standing electric range easily incorporates into your kitchen without need to rearrange counters or create cutouts.
Two 9"/6" Power Boil elements
Two powerful elements boil water 25% faster than standard GE elements and adjust to fit cookware
Cleans the oven cavity without the need for scrubbing
Upper and lower elements produce even heat and great results
Ceramic glass cooktop
Smooth cooktop easily wipes clean
Removable full-width storage drawer
Store cookware or kitchen accessories
5.3 cu. ft. oven capacity
Enough room to cook an entire meal at once
Electric cord is sold separately and is not included.
GE 5.3 Cu. Ft. Freestanding Electric Range with Self-cleaning
A:AnswerHi dazy - GE® JB645RKSS has a self-cleaning oven (not steam clean). The oven is cleaned by heat, at temperatures above normal cooking temperatures. During the cleaning cycle the oven is heated to about 880 degrees Fahrenheit (471° C.). At this temperature, food soils inside the oven decompose. Play Video: https://www.youtube.com/embed/NSt_-Doo_3w?rel=0 - You might want to pair with matching GE® 1.6 Cu. Ft. Over-the-Range Microwave Oven
JVM3160RFSS (Stainless/Black). Two-speed, 300-CFM venting system
removes smoke, steam and odors. Or, GE® 30" Under The Cabinet Hood
JVX3300SJSS. Two-speed, 200-CFM venting system. EASY INSTALLATION- Play Video: https://www.youtube.com/embed/nrqTMMN9feA?rel=0 - We hope you'll choose GE! Sue
Thank you for reaching out to us about this amazing electric range. This is a great question and we are happy to help. Cast Iron cookware is not recommended as a burr or rough spot, will scratch the glass surface. Porcelain Coated Cast Iron cookware is okay as long as the cookware is covered completely with porcelain enamel. Caution is recommended when using Cast iron cookware that is not completely covered with smooth porcelain enamel, as it may scratch the glass ceramic cooktop. We hope this information helps, feel free to reach out again with any other questions you may have. Have a great day!-Avery@GEA
A:AnswerHi Ducie, thanks for your question! If you're refencing the oven door locking during the self clean cycle, the door will remain locked for about 30 minutes after the cycle has finishes to allow the oven to cool. If it does not unlock, see the following information: Do not force the latch at any time. If the oven will not unlock after self-cleaning try the following: 1. Disconnect power to range for 30 seconds 2. Reconnect power and see if door will unlatch. 3. If the door unlocks, the control has reset itself and there should not be any other problems. - If the door does not unlatch: If the door does not unlatch and you have food in the oven, wait for oven to cool completely and try again. If it still will not open service will be required. If the door does not unlatch, and you do not have food in the oven, set the oven up to clean for 1-2 hours. Wait approximately 30 minutes for the oven to cool and try to unlock the door. - If you're referring to your control panel being locked, press and hold the +/- pads or the Lock Controls pad, for three seconds to lock or unlock the control. Cancel/Off is always active, even when the control is locked. - And as for changing the time of day, press the Set
Clock pad twice or press and hold the +/- pads for 3 seconds and the +/- pads to program the clock. Press Start to save the time. We hope that this helps! Stay safe. -Michael
A:AnswerHi - The power cord is not included. GE Appliances does not package the power cord with electric free-standing ranges since it is not possible to determine the type of facilities each consumer has available or what the local electrical codes require (ex. 3-wire vs 4-wire). We suggest to view the Installation Guide at the following link for materials you will need: https://products.geappliances.com/MarketingObjectRetrieval/Dispatcher?RequestType=PDF&Name=31-11105-4.pdf - We also offer UNIVERSAL RANGE BROILER PAN WB48X10056. Sold separately at GEApplianceparts.com - Also, you might want to pair with GE® 1.7 Cu. Ft. Over-the-Range Sensor Microwave Oven
JVM6175DKWW. Two-speed, 300-CFM venting system removes smoke, steam and odors. Thanks for choosing GE! Sue
A:AnswerWe wipe ours down with a damp sponge to clear off crumbs and such, and use a washcloth with the glass cooktop cleaner (we get it at the grocery store) to scrub off any grease or food spots after cooking. It's a quick clean before each cooking and a quick clean up if something spills to keep it in shape, but it's not hard to do. Just be sure you have the right pans (they must have the flat bottoms so they don't scratch it).