Innovation 13 cooking modes include Speed Convection, Slow Roast, Proof, Warm, Pizza and more
Performance Third Element Convection offers precise airflow for cooking on multiple levels without flavor transfer
Design Specially crafted gray glass on stainless steel for a luxurious look and finish
|Technical Specification details|
|Cooking mode||3rd element convection, Convection Bake, Convection Broil, Conventional heat, Dehydrate, Dough proving setting, Half width variable broil, Intensive hot air, low temperature cooking, Pizza setting, warming|
|Home Connect Features||Remote Diagnostics, Remote Monitoring and Control|
|Product color||Stainless Steel|
|Control Panel Material||stainless steel + glass insert|
|Type of control setting devices - oven 1||Touch Control|
|Door Material - primary cavity||Stainless steel behind glass|
|Door hinge||Bottom, damped|
|Size and weight|
|Overall appliance dimensions (HxWxD) (in)||29'' x 29 3/4'' x 24 1/2''|
|Required cutout size (HxWxD) (in)||27'' x 28 1/2'' x 23 1/2''|
|Cavity capacity (cu ft)||4.5|
|Cavity dimensions (in)||17 3/4'' x 24'' x 17 7/8''|
|Net weight (lbs)||196.000|
|T/b heating temperature max. (°F)||550|
|Hot air temperature max. (°F)||550|
|Power Cord Length||60''|
|Plug type||fixed connection, no plug|
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