6.2 cu. ft. Front-Control Electric Stove with Fan Convection
Leave unnecessary meal prep behind with the 6.2 cu. ft. front control electric stove that fits your kitchen and delivers delicious results. Fan convection cooking helps you cook tastier roasts and bake bread with just the right texture in less time than non-convection ovens. You'll be able to skip the preheat and cook frozen favorites faster in this self-cleaning stove with Frozen Bake™ technology. And thanks to the FIT system, it's easy to upgrade to a full-depth slide-in range made to fit in your existing kitchen cutout. When it's time for cleanup, AquaLift™ self-cleaning technology helps you wipe away messes in your slide-in electric stove without harsh chemicals or odors.
The 6.2 cu. ft. oven has room to bake and roast holiday dishes, so there's always enough space to handle even your largest meals.
Frozen Bake™ technology cooks frozen foods faster by eliminating the need to preheat the oven. Just select the food type, temperature and cook time listed on the frozen item's package and the oven will start customizing. Now you can cook frozen pizza 31% faster1, and even lasagna, chicken nuggets, fries and pies can get from the oven to the table in less time.
Get odor-free cleaning without harsh chemicals in only 50 minutes. AquaLift® self-cleaning technology uses only water and low heat to help remove baked-on foods from the bottom of the oven.
A built-in sensor monitors oven temperature and adjusts the cooking elements to help food bake evenly.
The ceramic glass cooktop provides an ideal space for cooking and easy cleanup.
Upgrade to a full-depth slide-in range that fits seamlessly in your kitchen without the hassle of remodeling thanks to the FIT system.
Put dinner on the table faster with Rapid Preheat, which uses the bake and broil elements to heat the oven quickly and efficiently. Ideal for single rack baking, this option saves time with 21% faster preheating.
At 4,000 watts, Whirlpool® slide-in ranges feature one of the most powerful broiling elements in the industry.
1 Compared to a traditional preheat and bake cycle.