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Maytag is a leading producer of premium home appliances including refrigerators, freezers, ranges, ovens, microwaves, dishwashers, washers and dryers. Maytag offers premium ranges with varying features and innovative designs. Maytag ranges are available as slide-in or freestanding odels for flexible installation options. Find the ideal range for your kitchen space with one of Maytag’s 30" wide ranges. Decide which fuel type makes sense for your home: electric or gas fuel models. Design your preferred cooktop configuration: four or five burners in sealed smoothtop burner types. Select Maytag ranges are equipped with a stovetop griddle. Maytag range oven feature options include double ovens, convection cooking, storage or warming drawers, self-cleaning modes, and delay bake programs. LP conversion kits included with certain ranges. Select models include key features such as Power™ burners which allow for a slow, even sauté or the intense heat for a seared, juicy steak. The Precision Cooking™ system uses sensor heating to ensure even cooking for every meal. AquaLift™ self-cleaning technology ensures a clean oven without harsh chemicals. Digital display panel offers precise temperature, timer and cooking program control. Complement your range with one of Maytag’s other high-quality products. For powerful and efficient ventilation choose a premium Maytag range hood. Equip your home in convenience and style by building a complete Maytag kitchen appliance package. Check out Maytag rebates for additional savings!
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