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LG STUDIO LSSG3020BD 6.3. cu. ft. Slide-In Gas Range w/ ProBake Convection – Black Stainless Steel

Item# 02285338000P | Model# LSSG3020BD | Added on October 11, 2018 |
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LG STUDIO LSSG3020BD 6.3. cu. ft. Slide-In Gas Range w/ ProBake Convection – Black Stainless Steel
$2,399.88
$3,249.00
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Inspiring Style and PerformanceAs carefully crafted as your latest culinary creation, the LG 6.3. cu. ft.  slide-in gas range with ProBake Convection is designed to inspire the senses. Crafted with a black stainless steel finish, brass burner, robust metal knobs and SmoothTouch glass controls, its impressive looks are matched only by its pro-style performance. An UltraHeat 18,500 BTU burner delivers the extra power you need for high-heat cooking, like searing and stir-frying. The ProBake Convection system circulates air from the back of the oven for consistent and even heating results. Plus, the warming drawer offers three temperature settings to keep your food hot and delicious until you’re ready to serve.

Sized to Handle Every Recipe
  • 5 gas burner design includes an oval center burner perfect for griddles or large cookware
  • UltraHeat 18,500 BTU burner delivers the extra power you need for high-heat cooking
  • 6.3 cu. ft. capacity handles all your family's cooking needs
  • ProBake Convection moves the heating element from the bottom of the oven to the back wall for optimal heat distribution and consistent browning on top and bottom
  • Warming drawer features 3 temperature settings to keep your food hot and delicious
Stylish Function and Convenience
  • Black stainless steel elevates your kitchen with a satin-smooth, warm and sophisticated finish unlike any other.
  • The fingerprint- and smudge-resistant finish easily wipes clean with a soft, dry cloth
  • Brass burner adds a bright touch
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