Slim 20 inch width fits easily in small kitchens
•Porcelain construction on range top and oven for true durability
•Lower broiler compartment provides even heat distribution
•Four sealed burners for cleaner cooking
•Gas spark ignition adds convenience
•Made in the U.S.A.
SUMMIT offers a wide selection of American-made household ranges built for long-lasting durability in space-challenged kitchens. The TTM1107CS is an apartment-sized gas range sized at just 20" wide, with a generous 2.46 cu.ft oven interior that still can accommodate large trays. The broiler is located below the oven in a drop-down compartment. Four sealed 9100 BTU gas burners offer safer cleaning and cleaner cooking. This unit utilizes an electronic ignition system for added safety. The TTM1107CS comes in a jet black exterior finish. Fully constructed from steel and porcelain, Summit's American-made cooking line offers long-lasting quality for the home. Additional choices are available in 24" and 30" wide fits.
|Height of Cabinet||40.0" (102 cm)|
|Width||20.0" (51 cm)|
|Depth||24.0" (61 cm)|
|US Electrical Safety||CSA|
|Weight||120.0 lbs. (54 kg)|
|Shipping Weight||125.0 lbs. (57 kg)|
|Estimated Time to Ship||Next day shipping|
|Parts & Labor Warranty||1 Year|
|LP Convertible||With Kit LP S2 Accessory|
|Oven Capacity||2.46 cu.ft|
|Number of Burners||4|
|Burner #1 BTU||9100.0|
|Burner #2 BTU||9100.0|
|Burner #3 BTU||9100.0|
|Burner #4 BTU||9100.0|
|Oven Rack Qty||2|
|Oven Interior Height||14.0" (36 cm)|
|Oven Interior Width||16.0" (41 cm)|
|Oven Interior Depth||19.0" (48 cm)|
|Broiler Location||Below Oven|
|Canadian Range Conversion||-|
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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