Bigger isnt necessarily better when it comes to creating your favorite dishes as this compact electric range by Danby can attest to. At a space-saving 24 inches (61 cm) in width, this fashionable 220-volt model is ideal for smaller living areas including cottages and trailers. The trendy model offers 2.14 cubic feet of oven space with a temperature range between 200F and 550F as well as a 2,400-watt broiler function. It comes with three six-inch and one eight-inch coil elements for all of your cooking needs. These feature push-and-turn knobs for added safety and are conveniently located above the ovens elegant window. The smart cooking top is constructed with easy-to-clean, spill-proof porcelain and theres also a large backsplash. In addition this popular manual-cleaning range boasts a sturdy oven rack with safety stops, an oven light and comes with a 18-month warranty on parts and labor with handy in-home service.
- Space saving 24" wide electric range with a 2.14 cu. ft. oven capacity
- One 8" coil element (2,100W) for quick boiling and three 6" coil elements (1,250W)
- Easy clean, lift-up porcelain cooktop with four removable chrome drip bowls
- Powerful waist-high broiler with 2,400W of cooking power
- Front mount push and turn safety knobs
- Oven temperature range of 200F-550F
- Hot surface indicator lights let you know when the oven and/or cooktop are on
- Large oven window with interior light for easy viewing
- Two oven racks with four adjustable positions and safety stops for optimal cooking
- Three piece broiler pan included
- Four adjustable legs for a custom fit to the height of your counter
- Requires a 220V power outlet (power cord not included)
- Manual clean range
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