Oven Features Broiler Element Location: Top Capacity: 4.4 cu. ft. Control Type: Touchpad Convection: No Delay Bake: Yes Digital Temperature Display: Yes Interior Oven Light: Yes Oven Racks: 2 Proofing: No Removable Door: Yes Sabbath Mode: Yes Self-Cleaning: No Temperature Probe: No Timer: Yes
GE Consumer and Industrial spans the globe as an industry leader in major appliance, lighting and integrated industrial equipment systems and services. They provide solutions for commercial, industrial and residential use in more than 100 countries which uses innovative technologies and "ecomagination." It's a GE initiative to aggressively bring to market new technologies that help customers and consumers meet pressing environmental challenges to deliver comfort, convenience and electrical protection and control. GE brings imagination to work.
It's all about great food. With more convenience, performance and style, GE built-in products are changing the way the modern family cooks. And when it comes to style, they feature more choices to complement any taste or preference. With heavy-duty oven racks, extra-large capacities and features like variable broil, GE offers innovative built-in products designed for today's lifestyles.
Super-large Oven Capacity
Provides an impressively large interior for cooking multiple dishes, baked goods, turkeys and roasts. Ideal for holidays, dinner parties and everyday family cooking.
Standard Clean Oven
Standard clean electric ovens feature a smooth, porcelain-enamel-on-steel liner with embossed shelf supports. The smooth surface and rounded corners make cleaning by hand easier.
Electronic Oven Controls
The oven control panel features electronic touch pads that require just a touch to operate.
Interior Oven Light
Bright interior light helps you check on the progress of your cooking.
Heavy-duty Oven Racks
These durable racks offer crossbars that are nearly 50% thicker than standard racks for added strength.
Hidden Bake Element
A sealed panel on the bottom of the interior hides the lower heating element. Making it easier to wipe up spills, splatters and residue.
The choice is yours: High Broil for beef to seal in the juices, or Low Broil for poultry when it needs to cook more thoroughly.