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Amana Freestanding Ranges
Amana is an American brand that boasts affordable culinary power for the residential consumer. Amana offers freestanding ranges with various designs and innovative features. Freestanding ranges, unlike built-in models, offer greater freedom in placement of the unit and flexible installation options. Amana freestanding ranges measure at 20" or 30" wide. Decide which fuel type makes sense for your home: electric or gas fuel models. Design your preferred cooktop configuration: four burners in coil, smoothtop, or sealed burner types. Amana freestanding range oven feature options include self-cleaning modes and broiler or storage drawers. LP conversion kits are included with certain ranges. Select models include key features such as the SpillSaver upswept cooktop with raised edges and smooth surfaces to make spills and splashes easier to clean. Easy Touch electronic controls offers precise control over timers and cooking functions. Extra-large oven windows and internal lighting offer a convenient view of the oven interior while cooking. The oven lockout safety feature locks your oven and controls to protect against accidental use. Complement your freestanding range with some of Amana’s other high-quality products. Complete your range setup with some of Amana’s helpful range accessories. Outfit your home in efficiency by building a complete Amana kitchen appliance package. Check out Amana rebates for additional savings!
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