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• Right Rear Element: 7 1/10"
• Left Front Element: 7 1/10"
• Left Rear Element: 7 1/10"
• Center Front Element: 10 1/4"
• Right Rear Element: 1,850 / 3,000 Watts (Boost)
• Left Front Element: 1,850 / 3,000 Watts (Boost)
• Left Rear Element: 1,850 / 3,000 Watts (Boost)
• Center Front Element: 2,600 / 3,700 Watts (Boost)
• Bread Proof
• Convection Bake
• Convection Roast
• Cook Time
• Keep Warm
• Hidden Bake
• Bake Element: 3,300 Watts
• Broil Element: 3,300 Watts
• Convection Element: 3,380 Watts
• Adjustable Leveling Legs
• LED Display
• Number of Rack Positions: 5
• Extra Large Window
• Oven Light Type: Halogen (2 x 40Watts)
• Connected Load @ 240V: 15.1 kW
• Voltage Rating: 240 V
• Depth: 24.813"
• Depth With Door 90° Open: 43.938"
• Oven Interior Height: 14 1/2"
• Oven Interior Width: 28 1/4"
• Oven Interior Depth: 16 1/2"
Thee range is mostly well built, quiet and is easy to operate. The positives are the responsive cooking elements on the cooktop and good temperature control in the oven. The negatives are the cheap plastic pedestal feet, cheap element knob surrounds, and the fact that it only comes with one glide rack in the oven. I would buy the range again.
I?d never had induction other than at the hot pot place. Cooking at home in it is a dream. No worries about hot surfaces. Heats quickly. Simmers perfectly on command.
So happy to switch from gas to electric and Electrolux was the best choice in the market!
We have owned this range for one month now and my wife and I could not be more pleased with it. The cooktop's performance is excellent, the controls are intuitive and easy to learn, and the oven temperature holds within 3 degrees of it's setting. If it is possible for a kitchen appliance to be beautiful, this one is. Highly recommended
First I will give a quick summary of how it cooks. We find the cooking control of the burners to be excellent, much more fine control than gas. We did have to replace 3 saute pans (ceramic coating) with the new version by the same company which ARE induction capable, otherwise most of our professional grade cookware was compatible. As promised with induction, the heat up time is 3x faster than with gas. The oven seems to be VERY accurate, and the heat distribution it is very even when roasting and baking. We love the bottom glide rack, and may buy a second to replace the standard slide out. Have not yet used the oven for broiling or proofing, so no comment on that. Convection baking and Convection Roasting meet my expectations as a former restaurant chef in terms of heat and speed. All in all, the cooking experience for both teh stove top and oven has been excellent. The oven controls are not super intuitive but once you learn the uses for each of the two knobs it is fine. (Left knob sets oven mode, then Right knob sets temp, then WAIT until you see Start on the display, and then PUSH the Left knob. Don't ask me how I set the clock, I don't remember, but it was a lot of trial and error - and yes, I could have looked it up, but the manual is not written so well and I am not convinced it would have helped me). We have yet to get BRIDGE mode to work, so I will be calling tech Support about that. I assume it is user-error, but the aforementioned manual is not giving me any answers to what I am doing wrong. There are two additional stove top modes that make little sense to me, A (acceleration) and P (power boost). They both seem to make the range top work faster. They are both very noisy, which is a deal breaker for me. The noise was a surprise. Induction tops make a electronic whine, and the noise is louder at higher power setting. It seems to settle down after 60-90 seconds into a barely noticeable noise, but when you first turn up the heat it is quiet apparent. After 3 weeks now, I rarely pay attention, unless we start the top on highest and the room is otherwise quiet. I wish it wasn't there, but I can definitely live with it. One benefit that should not be overlooked is clean up. It is so easy and so fast. Even when the glass is hot (from contact with the pan while cooking) it cools within a minute or so, so I am wiping up spills and grease almost as soon as it happens. LOVE that We did not intend to switch to induction. We were replacing a Viking Gas range which we loved, but which simply made our un-airconditioned kitchen too hot. Our appliance store was doing a demo of induction when we were there and we we sold after watching water boil in 27 seconds. We wanted a 36' wide range, and Electrolux is one of the few options at this size. The price was fair (not the lowest, not the highest) but the brand and service reputation was definitely the best of teh bunch. It was also in stock, which is a plus in this post-covid world of supply nightmares. In general, we are really pleased. If this site allowed me to use 1/2 stars, I would give it 4.5 stars instead of 4. If you think you want a 36" Induction Range, we reccommend this one!!