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Ranges

Ranges are a must have appliance.  They cook our food to the appropriate temperatures to ensure our food is properly cooked...


Amana Ranges

Americana Ranges

Avanti Ranges

Bosch Ranges

Caloric Ranges

Electrolux Ranges

Dacor Ranges

Danby Ranges

Fedders Ranges

Fisher & Paykel Ranges

Frigidaire Ranges

GE Ranges

Haier Ranges

Hotpoint Ranges

Jenn-Air Ranges

Kenmore Ranges

KitchenAid Ranges

LG Ranges

Magic Chef Ranges

Maytag Ranges

Miele Ranges

Roper Ranges

Samsung Ranges

Sub-Zero Ranges

Summit Appliance Ranges

Tappan Ranges

Viking Ranges

Whirlpool Ranges

White-Rodgers Ranges




What are the different types of Ranges?

Electric Ranges - The most common range type is an electric range. Electric Ranges are powered by electricity in the home.

Gas Ranges - The most common range type is an electric range. Electric Ranges are powered by electricity in the home.

Single Ovens Ranges - The most common range type has a single oven. 

Double Ovens Ranges - Double ovens have two ovens and allow the the user to cook at two different temperatures. 

Convection Ovens - Convection ovens use a fan to circulate the air inside the oven.  This distributes the heat more evenly and can decrease the cook time for some foods.

Portable Countertop Ovens - Portable countertop ovens typically connect.  This adaptor allows the oven to get a supply of clean water and a place to pump out the waste water created from running a load of dishes.

Self Cleaning Ovens - Self Cleaning ovens have a mode where the oven heats to a very high temperature in order to bake off any materials that are left inside the oven.

What are the different names for Ranges?

Ranges are called the following names; Double Oven Range, Convection Oven Range, Electric Range, Gas Range, Self Cleaning Range, and Single Oven Range.   




 

 

Range Parts Manual 2013