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30 Inch Whirlpool Ranges
Whirlpool is the largest manufacturer of premium household appliances in the world with sophisticated appliances in every major category. Whirpool offers premium 30" ranges with varying features and innovative designs. Whirlpool ranges are available as slide-in or freestanding models for flexible installation options. 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, or coil burner types. Select Whirlpool 30" ranges are equipped with a stovetop griddle. Whirlpool 30" range oven feature options include double ovens, convection cooking, storage, broiler, or warming drawers, self-cleaning modes, delay bake programs, and steam-clean modes. LP conversion kits are included with certain ranges. Select models include key features such as FrozenBake™ technology which eliminates the need to preheat the oven when cooking frozen foods. EZ-2-Lift™ hinged cast-iron grates allow for quick and easy clean-up of cooktop surface. SpeedHeat™ burners allow for rapid searing and boiling at high temperatures. AquaLift™ self-cleaning technology allows for odor-free cleaning without the use of harsh chemicals. Complement your 30" range with one of Whirlpool’s other high-quality products. For powerful and efficient ventilation, choose a premium Whirlpool range hood. Complete your range setup with some of Whirlpool’s helpful range accessories. Outfit your home in style and convenience by building a complete Whirlpool kitchen appliance packages. Check out Whirlpool rebates for additional savings!
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