GE JBP23DRWW 30" Freestanding Electric Range with 4 Coil Elements, 5.3 cu. ft. Self-Clean Oven, Dual Element Bake, QuickSet III Oven Controls, Digital Temperature Display and Storage Drawer: White.
Cooking Surface: Electric Standard Coil
Cooktop Power Type: Electric
# of Ovens: 1
Oven Power Type: Electric
Bake Method: Standard
# Of Burners: 4
Product Title: General Electric JBP23DRWW White 30" Electric Range
Manufacturer: General Electric
Power Score: 3.0 | 1 Review
Product Type: Range
Features: Broiler, Timer, Storage Drawers, Sabbath Mode, Self Cleaning, Digital Display
# of Oven Racks: 2
Oven Capacity: 5.3 cu. ft
Height: 46.88 in
Cooktop Width: 30 in
Width: 29.88 in
Depth: 27.75 in
Weight: 149 lbs
Warranty Information: 1 Year Limited Warranty
URL: Manufacturer Link
Oven Type: Traditional
Oven Capacity: 5.30 ft
Power Consumption: 11700 W @ 240 V AC
Racks: 2 Rack with 6 Position
Drawers: 1 x Storage
Number of Ovens: Single Oven
Total Cooking Elements: 4
Cooking Element Type: 4 x Coil Cartridge
Cooking Element Power: 5118.21 BTU/h to 8871.57 BTU/h
Cooking Element Size: 6"
Cooktop Surface: Porcelain Enamel
Number of Drawers: 1
Number of Racks: 2
Minimum Cooking Element Power: 1.50 kW
Maximum Cooking Element Power: 2.60 kW
Number of Rack Positions: 6
Number of Cooking Elements: 4
Minimum Cooking Element Size: 6"
Maximum Cooking Element Size: 8"
Drawer Type: Storage
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Range looks good and would cook good if the burners were level, but when frying eggs for example, because of unlevel burners, all run to front of skillet when broken into it. Oil runs to front of skillet. All of this even though the stovetop is level. Chrome rings to not sit evenly on the raised circles on the stovetop, hence they sit cockeyed and the burners do not sit level. Burner knobs are...
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Range looks good and would cook good if the burners were level, but when frying eggs for example, because of unlevel burners, all run to front of skillet when broken into it. Oil runs to front of skillet. All of this even though the stovetop is level. Chrome rings to not sit evenly on the raised circles on the stovetop, hence they sit cockeyed and the burners do not sit level. Burner knobs are not centered in their numbered temp. ring - disconcerting. Also, it is difficult to tell which burners are on because though bigger at one end than the other, the knob pointers are all white against white and it is difficult to tell which end is up or down. Manufacturer needs to mark the pointer end in some way. I have used red fingernail polish so I can tell at a glance where knobs are set. Would have been nice if the timer did something with the oven. All it does is time and ding, it is not connected to oven. Setting oven and its temp is difficult as you must set temp before you turn on oven, and start over if you goof up on temp. setting. Instruction book covered only the models with more features - did not cover this less expensive model so it was by guess and by golly learning to use the oven settings. Big oven and big viewing window are great. Seems to hold temp well. Should make for much better baking than I had with my old GE stove. Cleaning beneath the burners is easy due to raiseable stovetop. I like the simplicity and smoothness of the top, the control pannel and knob area - makes for easy cleaning.
By ChefDave on Home Depot - Sep 12, 2012