20" Electric Freestanding Range with 4 Burners, Coil, Storage Drawer, 2.62 cu. ft. Primary Oven Capacity, in White
Our ultra-compact electric ranges measure only 20 inches wide but offer 4 burners plus an oven. Taking up a minimum amount of space, this range is the perfect addition to trailers, cottages or accessory apartments. Space saving 20" electric range, Easy clean, spill-proof porcelain cooktop, One 8" and three 6" coil elements, 2.6 cu.ft. oven capacity, Temperature range of 250 F - 550 F, 2,000 Watt broiler, Storage drawer, Push and turn safety knobs, Large backsplash with digital clock and timer, Oven window, Manual clean range, Includes one oven rack with safety stops. Available at AppliancesConnection
Our ultra-compact electric ranges measure only 20 inches wide but offer 4 burners plus an oven. Taking up a minimum amount of space, this range is the perfect addition to trailers, cottages or accessory apartments.
- Space saving 20"electric range
- Easy clean, spill-proof porcelain cooktop
- One 8"and three 6"coil elements
- 2.6 cu.ft. oven capacity
- Temperature range of 250 F - 550 F
- 2,000 Watt broiler
- Push and turn safety knobs
- Large backsplash with digital clock and timer
- Oven window
- Manual clean range
- Includes one oven rack with safety stops
- Product Width 50.8 cm 20"
- Product Depth 60 cm 23 5/8"
- Product Height 109 cm 42 15/16"
- Shipping Weight 42 Kg 92.6 Lbs.
By Volume 2.62 cu. ft.
- Stock Id:124602
- Fuel Type:Electric
- Volts:240/208 Volts
- ADA Compliant:No
- Primary Oven Capacity:2.62 cu. ft.
- Exterior Width:20"
- Burners / Elements:4
- Sabbath Mode:No
- Digital Temperature Display:No
- Delay Bake:No
- Oven Control Type:Knobs
- Downdraft Ventilation:No
- Hot Surface Indicator Light:No
- Interior Oven Light:Yes
- Temperature Probe:No
- Continuous Grates:No
- Modules Required:No
- Stainless Steel Handle:No
- Viewing Window:Yes
- Broiler Element Location:Bottom
- Removable Door:No
- Warranty Terms:1 Year
- Star-K Certified:No
- Cooktop Control Type:Knobs
- Warranty Conditions:Parts and Labor