• Right rear: 9,500 BTU
• Left front: 20,000 BTU
• Left rear: 14,000 BTU
• Centre front: 14,000 BTU
• Centre rear: 5,000 - 1,500 BTU
• Grates material: cast iron
• Grates: 3 continuous grates
• Knob color: stainless steel
• Knob type: plastic weighted skirted knobs with Bezel
• Griddle, simmer plate and wok ring included
• Formed stainless steel platform
• Preofessional-style controls
• Linear flow burner valves
• Electronic pilotless ignition
• 3 continuous grates
• Simmer Plate
• Wok Ring
• Cut-out height: 7-1/2"
• Cut-out width: 35-3/16"
This cooktop was great when new. However, after about a year the first known broke and subsequently every knob broke after that. It is absurd that a replacement knob is $75 per knob. That is $450 for knobs. That is insane! I have never had a problem with knobs on a cooktop before. Add t this time I would not buy another Electrolux cooktop.
I have had this cook top for 5 years, I love cooking on it and the options of all the different burners are perfect especially with the simmer plate. However I find it very difficult to clean when stuff boils over around the burners and 5 of my 6 knobs have cracked on the inside which I feel making it difficult to know if the gas is turned off, I have tried replacing them but they are very hard to find.
I purchased this cooktop in December 2015. We really like the product. The one thing that is a problem is the knobs, they break easily. My wife and I are very careful users; however, we've had to replace at least four knobs at about $50 each. The knobs are quite fragile.
I bought this stovetop to replace the older version and love it! It?s nice having the front edge to put things on in front of the burners. My last one was sloped in that area. The heat is evenly distributed under each burner and allows you to adjust the temperature easily. Very nice stove! Love it!
I have been using this cooktop for about 4 years now, which came together with a newly constructed home. After a few month. 3 out of six knobs broke. I called the warranty services, who responded that the knobs were not covered by the warranty as they were aesthetic, not functional parts. How ridiculous. I ended up spending $40+ per knob. Now, two of the burner do not ignite well, so I am waiting for the technician to come by. Fortunately I purchased the extended warranty as I knew something would happen.