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Frigidaire Gallery FGEC3068US 30'' Electric Radiant Cooktop w/ 5 Elements, ADA Compliant – Stainless Steel

Item# 02226253000P | Model# FGEC3068US | Added on May 14, 2020 |
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Frigidaire Gallery FGEC3068US 30'' Electric Radiant Cooktop w/ 5 Elements, ADA Compliant – Stainless Steel
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This 30” wide Fits-More™ cooktop features five radiant elements, allowing you to cook more at once. The powerful 3200W element allows you to boil water in less than three minutes1 while the flexible 5”/7” – 750W/1800W element expands to your cooking needs. The smooth black ceramic glass surface has easy to reach control knobs located on the front of the cooktop so you can adjust the temperature without reaching over hot items. This cooktop is approved for installation above Frigidaire Single Electric Wall Ovens.

Fits-More™ CooktopThe Fits-More™ cooktop features five radiant elements - allowing you to cook more at once.

Get Cooking Faster with Quick BoilOur powerful 3200W element allows you to boil water in less than three minutes1.

SpaceWise® Expandable ElementFlexible 5”/7” – 750W/1800W element expands to your cooking needs.

Frigidaire® Fit PromiseWe promise that your new 30" or 36" Frigidaire Gallery® brand cooktop will fit your existing countertop cutout of the same width and configuration, or we will reimburse you for cabinet modification costs up to $100.

Easy to Use Front ControlsControls located on the front of the cooktop allows you to adjust the temperature without reaching over hot items.

Express-Select® ControlsEasily go from warm to boil.

Ceramic Glass CooktopSmooth ceramic glass surface is beautiful and easy to clean.

Hot Surface IndicatorsLights on your cooktop inform you when the surface is hot.

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Owner's Manual (1)
WARNING: California Residents - Proposition 65
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