Gas wall oven with electronic ignition
•34 1/2" height fits many popular cutouts
•Extend the height to 39" with optional trim kit TKW700
•Porcelain door in black finish includes oven window
•Includes a digital clock and timer
•Lower broiler compartment with black porcelain front
•Made in the USA
SUMMIT offers a diverse series of fully featured wall ovens with cutout dimensions of 34 1/8" H x 22 3/8" W x 23" D. The TTM7212KW is a gas wall oven with electronic ignition and an oven broiler. The unit is set for natural gas, but can be converted to LP without a kit. The black porcelain oven door has a window with light for the best view during baking. A digital clock with timer adds convenience. The interior is constructed from porcelain for lasting quality, with an 18000 BTU oven. SUMMIT's wall ovens have an industry exclusive height of 34 1/2". These units fit many discontinued cutouts such as Caloric, Slattery, and older makes, including Magic Chef. To fit other cutouts up to 39" high, add the TKW700 trim kit accessory. With deluxe features and a deep capacity, our wall ovens bring high quality, value priced cooking into your kitchen.
|Height of Cabinet||34.5" (88 cm)|
|Width||24.0" (61 cm)|
|Depth||24.0" (61 cm)|
|Capacity||2.92 cu.ft. (83 L)|
|Weight||150.0 lbs. (68 kg)|
|Shipping Weight||157.0 lbs. (71 kg)|
|Estimated Time to Ship||Next day shipping|
|Parts & Labor Warranty||1 Year|
|Oven Rack Qty||2|
|Interior Height||14.0" (36 cm)|
|Interior Width||19.0" (48 cm)|
|Interior Depth||18.0" (46 cm)|
|Cutout Height||34.13" (87 cm)|
|Cutout Width||22.38" (57 cm)|
|Cutout Depth||23.0" (58 cm)|
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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