With the largest induction cooktop you can find today, the AGA Mercury Induction Range features innovative induction technology and precise temperature control. Two fast-heating ovens and a glide out broiler give you the flexibility to cook at separate temperatures simultaneously, simplifying even the most complicated meals.
|Total Oven Capacity||6 cu. ft.|
|Cooking Modes Main Cavity - Right Side||Convection Bake 2.8 cu. ft. (17"W x 14"D x 14.5"H usable space)|
|Cooking Modes Second Cavity - Left Side||Multi-function oven with 7 cooking modes 2.8 cu. ft. (17"W x 14"D x 14.5"H usable space)|
|Cooking Modes Third Cavity - Broiler||Dual-element with 8-pass 2,300W 0.5 cu. ft.|
|Cleaning Type||EasyClean™ Enamel|
|Controls||Touch pad control on cooktop|
|Main Cavity - Right Side||2,500W|
|Second Cavity - Left Side||2,500W|
|Third Cavity - Broiler||2,300W|
|Broiler Type||8-Pass Radiant Heat|
|Number of Zones||5|
|Power of Front Left Zone: 6" dia.||1,400 watts with 2,200 watt boost|
|Power of Back Left Zone: 7" dia.||1,850 watts with 3,000 watt boost|
|Power of Center Zone: 10" dia.||2,300 watts with 3,700 watt boost|
|Power of Front Right Zone: 7" dia.||1,850 watts with 3,000 watt boost|
|Power of Back Right Zone: 7" dia.||1,850 watts with 3,000 watt boost|
|Circuit Breaker (A)||50A|
|Plug Type||4 Wire|
|Power Cord Length||48"|
|DIMENSIONS & WEIGHTS|
|Appliance Dimensions to Fascia||47-9/16" W x 26" D x 36-1/8" H|
|Appliance Dimensions to Handles||47-9/16" W x 28-7/16" D x 36-1/8" H|
|Depth with Door Open||46-1/8"|
|Appliance Weight||357 lbs.|
|Shipping Weight||390 lbs.|
|Package Dimensions||49-1/4" W x 31" D x 46-1/2" H|
|1 enameled broiler pan 1 broiler pan insert 1 storage drawer mat|
|1 Year Warranty - entire appliance, parts and labor|
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