Power Supply Connection Location: Right Rear Bottom
Under Counter Approved: Yes
Auto Shut Off: 4 hours
Bread Proofing: Yes
Drawer Rack Configuration: 1 Half-Rack
Handle Design: Stainless Steel
Humidity Control: Yes
Temperature Range: 80(degree)F - 210(degree)F
Drawer Capacity (Cu. Ft.): 1.6
Collection: Frigidaire Gallery
Installation Type: Built-In
Power Type: Electric
Shipping Weight (lbs): 60
Weight (lbs): 50
Hidden Bake Element: No
Depth value: 23-5/8"
Exterior Depth with Drawer Open: 42"
Height value: 11-1/4"
Width value: 30"
Energy Star Rated: No
ADA Compliant: Yes
Certifications & Approvals
Sabbath Mode (Star-K(R) Certified): No
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Frigidaire FGWD3065PF Gallery Series
30" Warming Drawer with 1.6 cu. ft. Capacity, 450 Watt Element, Bread Proofing, Adjustable Humidity Control, Indicator Light and Express-Select Controls
When you select a home appliance from Frigidaire, you've chosen a product of exceptional performance, convenience and style; an appliance that has been designed to work in harmony with the way you live.
Frigidaire, one of the leaders in home appliances; offers superior products and service to rival many other companies. Through meaningful innovations, they've humanized their technology to create appliance design that's uncluttered, controls that are intuitive, and features that are as sensitive as they are smart.
Large enough to keep several dishes warm until dinner is ready.
Easily set temperature or choose bread proof option.
Adjustable Humidity Control
Keep food moist and delicious until it's time to eat.
Signals when the warmer drawer is on.
When properly installed, this model is A.D.A. qualified.
Based on the United States Access Board's A.D.A./A.B.A. Accessibility Guidelines and the Department of Justice's 2010 A.D.A. Standards for Accessible Design.