GE 5.0 Cu. Ft. Self Clean Electric Range - White on White

Model No: JB450DFWW

  4.3
10 Reviews

Features:
  • 5.0 Cu Ft Oven Capacity
  • 2-8"and 2-6" Coil Elements
  • Removable Chrome Drip Bowls
  • Dual Element Bake Elements
  • Full Width Storage Drawer

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Available Colors/Finishes:
White On White (JB450DFWW) $749.00
Bisque On Bisque (JB450DFCC) $749.00
Black On Black (JB450DFBB) $749.00

Suggested Retail: $750.00

Our Low Price: $749.00

Appearance

ADA Compliant
Big View Oven Window
Color Matched Control Knobs
Color Matched Designer Style Handle
Glass Door
Textured Steel Side Panels

Dimensions

47" H x 28 3/4" D x 29 7/8" W

Capacity

5.0 Cu. Ft. Oven Capacity

Controls

1 Heating Element "ON" Indicator Light
Front Knob Controls
Oven "ON" Light
Self-Cleaning Cycling Light

Manufacturers Warranty

1 Year Limited Parts & Labor

Cooktop Features

2- 6" 1500W Coil Elements
2- 8" 2600W Coil Elements
Chrome Removable Drip Bowls
Lift-up Cooktop with Support Rods
One Piece Upswept Porcelain Enamel Cooktop

Oven Features

2 Oven Racks with 6 Positions
2585W Bake Wattage
3410W Broil Wattage
Dual Element Bake
Four-Pass Bake Element
Self Clean Oven
Six-Pass Broil Element

Convenience Features

Interior Oven Light

Additional Features

Full-Width Storage Drawer

  • Height : 47 Inches
  • Width : 29 7/8 Inches
  • Depth : 28 3/4 Inches

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Average Rating

out of 5 (10 Reviews)

0-5 of 10 Reviews |

Love it but I kind of got a dud

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

Submitted: 10-25-2017

Really like this range - simple. There are a few things wrong with it though, which is a bummer because it's the first new stove I ever bought...I've had it for about 6 months so I thought that now is a good time to post a review.Why this model? I chose this stove because I have had good luck with GE appliances. (Dishwasher, refrigerator, stove.) At our former home, the GE stove (that came with the house when we bought it) was almost 30-years-old when it conked out just before we moved. So I knew I wanted a GE.Another reason I chose this range is that I'm disabled and didn't want a stove that I'd have to reach across the burners to use the knobs. This is ADA-compliant and simple to use. (Rocker switch on/off for oven light for example.) When I am wheelchair-bound I can use this oven safely because all of the controls are on the front.A family member is planning to buy this same model of GE stove after they retire and downsize to a home where they can age in place.The retro styling (chicken-head knobs!) was another reason I chose this model. Goes great with my white kitchen with mangle iron. Right at home in our mid-century house. This range is so basic that it has no preheat beep no clock nor timer, so I figured there'd be less to go wrong with it. But I kind of got a dud anyway. (Pics Attached).Maybe this stove literally fell off the back of a truck because it has some alignment issues. The pipe vent thing that goes to the right rear burner is misaligned (see pic). The front left small burner is also misaligned (see pic) and the heating element coil will not sit correctly. (I've tried both of the small coils & each ramps up & won't fully seat.) There is also a chip in the enamel in the stovetop near that burner, that I found once I removed the drip pan for the first time. :(The drip pans are low-quality, I guess, because they are rusting on me. I've only used barkeeper's friend on them in the 6 months I've owned the range but they look cruddy. (see pic) I'll have to get some enamel replacements.The self-clean works (including the stinky break-in period that you have to do to new stoves now. I would take your pets and leave the house during that time - especially PET BIRDS because it was really rank). The stove performs very well. Heats up fast, bakes well. I don't regret purchasing this model, even though there are some issues with the one I got.

Everything I wanted

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

Submitted: 08-08-2017

Easy to keep clean, efficient, well insulated, extra storage. It is amazing how fast an egg boils. My kitchen is cooler with this new addition.

Basic Cooking Pleasure

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

Submitted: 05-22-2017

I purchased this stove because I was looking for a basic, no frills cooking appliance that had the buttons in the front. Most gas stoves have them in the front where it is easy to reach and not stretching over the burners but most electric stoves do not. When I found this one I was quite delighted. I love having the knobs in the front of the stove. The burners heat quickly and lowering the temperature for warming works very well. I love the size of the oven and the drawer underneath to keep my frying pans in. This is a no frills stove, just a great cooking appliance that looks great in our country kitchen. I am very satisfied with the look of the stove and also satisfied with the price paid for it. I would recommend this stove for anyone that isn't looking for digital features.

GE freestanding range jb450df

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

Submitted: 12-21-2015

I LOVE the simplicity of this range. I turn the dial and it cooks. So NOT digital!The user manual has been randomized to fit all digital models so I do have to figure out if the self cleaning feature has a built in timer. Not a big hassle at all when I compare this to circuit board blowout and other digital nonsense. The only drawback is the smaller underdrawer due to the larger oven size.

Nice Job

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

Submitted: 11-11-2015

Just wanted a regular electric coil stove. Does a nice job of cooking & baking. Oven knob could be in a different location as it gets bumped & turned on when it shouldn't. Also wish it had a clock & timer.
0-5 of 10 Reviews |