JennAir 36-inch Freestanding Dua-Fuel Range with JennAir® Culinary Center JDRP436HL

JennAirModel Number: JDRP436HL
Precise, dual flames produced by precision-drilled brass burners. Inside the oven cavity, steady heat weaves around each flat tine. From... Precise, dual flames produced by precision-drilled brass burners. Inside the oven cavity, steady heat weaves around each flat tine. From searing select cuts and simmering sauces to succulent roasts, these ranges offer unmistakable firepower. View more

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Sale price$11,549.99
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Features
ELECTRONIC IGNITION AND FLAME-SENSING™ RE-IGNITION
Electronic ignition and Flame-Sensing™ re-ignition ensure a continuous flame that reignites automatically if blown out – even at the lowest setting.
MY CREATIONS
This control panel combines up to three modes, selecting the time and temperature for each mode. Settings can be saved for later use or deleted when no longer needed.
HALO-EFFECT KNOBS
A halo of luminary LEDs glows softly when the burner is lit or the oven is on.
CAST IRON GRATES
Robust geometric grates form one graceful surface, crafted to withstand heavy woks and cookware.
CINEMATIC LIGHTING
Lights, camera, cook. Halogen lighting increases to full intensity, minimizing shadows and dramatically showcasing food.
SMART INTEGRATION
Use voice commands with an Alexa-enabled device or the Google Assistant. Set Nest thermostats to react to rising oven temperatures.
CULINARY INTELLIGENCE
Personalized by the Yummly™ app, you'll indulge in culinary adventures tailored precisely to your preferences with step-by-step recipes, timers and more. Look and learn your way to unforgettable dishes.
ON-DEMAND EXPERTS
Connect with the JennAir Epicenter through chat, email, or call to tap into the brilliant minds of experts who know JennAir® appliances inside and out. Receive diagnostic codes on the app and they'll deploy service targeted to your range's best interest.
SEAMLESS TOUCHES
Seamlessly designed. Concealed details melt into their stainless steel surround, as dark interiors and glass expanses pull you in.
CONNECTED TEMPERATURE PROBE
Know when dinner is done without ever opening the door. Precision readings of food’s internal temperature are sent directly to the app.
Specifications
General
Series Name
RISE™
Fuel Type
Dual Fuel - Natural Gas
Installation Type
Freestanding
Color
Stainless Steel
Manufacturer Color
Stainless Steel
Appliance Care
CustomClean™ with Automatic Lock: Come clean. Tailor cleaning levels to the amount of build-up to revive your oven's interior
Cooktop
Burners/Elements
6
Burners/Elements Output
• Center Front Element-Burner Power Dual: 20,000 BTU
• Center Rear Element-Burner Power Dual: 9000 BTU
• Left Front Element-Burner Power Dual: 20,000 BTU
• Left Rear Element-Burner Power Dual: 18,000 BTU
• Right Front Element-Burner Power Dual: 20,000 BTU
• Right Rear Element-Burner Power Dual: 18,000 BTU
Burners
Sealed
Oven
Capacity (cu. ft.)
5.1 cu. ft.
Number of Ovens
Single
Programs
• Automatic Door Latch
• Bake
• Broil
• Cancel/Off
• Convect Modes
• Delay Start
• Favorites
• Proofing
• Rapid Preheat
• Keep Warm Setting
• Slow Cook
• Temperature Probe
• Warm Hold
Features
Technologies
• JennAir® Culinary Center
• Dual-Fan True Convection
• Culinary Intelligence (Personalized by the Yummly™ App)
• On-Demand Experts
• Smart Integration (Alexa-Enabled Device or the Google Assistant)
• Electronic Ignition with Flame-Sensing™ Reignition
Convection
Yes
Delay Bake/Start
Yes
Digital Temperature Display
Yes
Oven Light
Yes
Self-Cleaning
Yes
Wi-Fi
Yes
Additional Information
• Automatic Convection Conversion Temperature Adjust
• Dual-Stacked PowerBurners
• Flat Tine Racks
• Remote Access
• Cinematic Lighting
• Cast Iron Grates
• Halo-Effect Knobs
• Connected Temperature Probe
• My Creations
Electrical Information
Information
60 Hz
Certifications and Approvals
Sabbath/Star-K
Yes
Accessories
Included
• LP Convertible Kit
• Power Cord
Dimensions
Class Width
36"
Width
35.87 inch(es) / 91.12 cm
Height
36 inch(es) / 91.44 cm
Depth (Without Handles)
27.69 inch(es) / 70.33 cm
Depth (Including Handles)
29.81 inch(es) / 75.72 cm
Weight
389.01 lb(s) / 176.45 kg
Shipping Dimensions
Width
41.81 inch(es) / 106.2 cm
Height
47.63 inch(es) / 120.97 cm
Depth
35.5 inch(es) / 90.17 cm
Weight
444.01 lb(s) / 201.4 kg
Warranty
Warranty
Limited 2 Years Parts and Labor
UPC
UPC#
883049468525

Customer Reviews

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Hlyardley
Great unit

Great stove and oven. 6 burners top. Large oven. Easy to use. Oven self cleaning. Great when cooking a lot of different foods for a meal

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Angela
Bad control board in delivery

I waited 6+ weeks for delivery. When installed noticed a outward dent/bubble in the door. Oven never heated over 350. Had service company come out and bad control board. Still waiting on part to be delivered to factory and then to company and then to my home. Hopefully I will love it after all the problems at fixed. Very expensive stove/oven to not work so soon.

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Red16
Love my range!

I purchased this range and enjoy cooking! Love every feature!

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DaveK
Flawed design

Within two weeks of moving into our new construction home, our unit started beeping and blinking orange non stop. We had to turn it off at the breaker. It took a week and a half for a technician to come out and then it took two more trips after that for them to fix it. The final fix is what I believe is a design flaw in the controller. There are two center knobs for the type of operation (e.g. Bake) and the temperature (e.g. 400 degrees). There is an additional button to the left for the Light and one to the right for Start. The error code was F2E1, which means stuck button. The light button did not click and the start button did. So we removed the panel and the controller worked fine with manual finger presses. However, when mounted to the front panel, the screws are only in the middle. The buttons barely push down and the controller must be perfectly flush for it to work. With the screws in the middle, tightening them ever so slightly bows the unit just enough that the buttons are out of range. We spent 4 weeks with a broken $8000 oven beeping at us because the light button was 0.5mm away from being pressed. Originally, we downloaded the app and synced to wifi hoping we could get an error code as this unit doesn't have a screen. Connecting it was a frustrating process in and of itself and we had to hit a reset button on our a router to get it to work, which we found from a random support request online. Then, the app was useless. It tells you nothing. I spent about 6 hours total with our technician to figure it out. The customer facing user manual is useless. It says call support. Support has no idea, so they call a technician. Technician has no idea, because these units are brand new and not thought out. So finally, we find a TECHNICIAN'S MANUAL that says for technicians only. This thing then tells us how to enter a debug mode to get the error code. With two second pauses inbetween, you turn the left center knob something like Left, Right, Right, Right, Left, Left, Right... then it starts blinking your error code. When the WIFI bar is lit, the number of flashes is the F code. When the REMOTE bar is lit, the number of flashes is the E code. Cool, so F2E1. Except it repeats so our technician thought it was like F9E8 or something, which I totally understand the confusion. So here we are. No one on customer support can help at all. They'll schedule you weeks out to get it fixed. There is no error code you can report and they hide any useful information inside a private TECHNICIAN'S ONLY manual. As an engineer myself, I find this incredibly frustrating. We replaced the controller with one where the button can press it, but I feel like it's only a matter of time until it goes south again. Most expensive oven I have ever owned and already the least reliable. Hidden Konami codes and morse code is a terrible way to do exception handling.

D
DaveK
Flawed design

Within two weeks of moving into our new construction home, our unit started beeping and blinking orange non stop. We had to turn it off at the breaker. It took a week and a half for a technician to come out and then it took two more trips after that for them to fix it. The final fix is what I believe is a design flaw in the controller. There are two center knobs for the type of operation (e.g. Bake) and the temperature (e.g. 400 degrees). There is an additional button to the left for the Light and one to the right for Start. The error code was F2E1, which means stuck button. The light button did not click and the start button did. So we removed the panel and the controller worked fine with manual finger presses. However, when mounted to the front panel, the screws are only in the middle. The buttons barely push down and the controller must be perfectly flush for it to work. With the screws in the middle, tightening them ever so slightly bows the unit just enough that the buttons are out of range. We spent 4 weeks with a broken $8000 oven beeping at us because the light button was 0.5mm away from being pressed. Originally, we downloaded the app and synced to wifi hoping we could get an error code as this unit doesn't have a screen. Connecting it was a frustrating process in and of itself and we had to hit a reset button on our a router to get it to work, which we found from a random support request online. Then, the app was useless. It tells you nothing. I spent about 6 hours total with our technician to figure it out. The customer facing user manual is useless. It says call support. Support has no idea, so they call a technician. Technician has no idea, because these units are brand new and not thought out. So finally, we find a TECHNICIAN'S MANUAL that says for technicians only. This thing then tells us how to enter a debug mode to get the error code. With two second pauses inbetween, you turn the left center knob something like Left, Right, Right, Right, Left, Left, Right... then it starts blinking your error code. When the WIFI bar is lit, the number of flashes is the F code. When the REMOTE bar is lit, the number of flashes is the E code. Cool, so F2E1. Except it repeats so our technician thought it was like F9E8 or something, which I totally understand the confusion. So here we are. No one on customer support can help at all. They'll schedule you weeks out to get it fixed. There is no error code you can report and they hide any useful information inside a private TECHNICIAN'S ONLY manual. As an engineer myself, I find this incredibly frustrating. We replaced the controller with one where the button can press it, but I feel like it's only a matter of time until it goes south again. Most expensive oven I have ever owned and already the least reliable. Hidden Konami codes and morse code is a terrible way to do exception handling.

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