GE 5.0 Cu. Ft. Self Clean Electric Range - Stainless Steel

Model No: JB450RKSS

  4.0
3 Reviews

Features:
  • 5.0 Cu Ft Oven Capacity
  • 2-8", 2-6" Coil Elements
  • Removable Porcelain Drip Bowls
  • 4 Pass Bake and Broil Elements
  • Removable Full Width Storage Drawer

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Suggested Retail: $850.00

Our Low Price: $849.00

Additional Dimensions

30" Minimum Space

Appearance

Big View Oven Window
Black Gloss Control Knobs
Glass Door with Stainless Overlay
One Piece Upswept Porcelain Enameled Cooktop
Stainless Steel Designer Style Handle
Textured Steel Side Panels

Capacity

5.0 Cu. Ft. Oven Capacity

Dimensions

47" H x 26 1/4" D x 30" W

Manufacturers Warranty

1 Year Limited Parts & Labor

Controls

Heating Element "ON" Indicator Light
Oven "ON" Light
Self-Cleaning Cycling Light

Cooktop Features

2 - 6" 4 Turn, 1,500W
2 - 8" 5 Turn, 2,600W
4 Coil Elements
Black Porcelain Drip Bowls
Lift-up Cooktop with Support Rods

Oven Features

2 Oven Racks with 6 Positions
2585W Bake 4-Pass Element
3410W Broiler 4-Pass Element

Convenience Features

1 Incandescent Oven Light

Additional Features

Removable Full-Width Storage Drawer

  • Height : 47 Inches
  • Width : 30 Inches
  • Depth : 26 1/4 Inches

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Average Rating

out of 5 (3 Reviews)

0-5 of 3 Reviews |

Exactly what I was looking for

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

Submitted: 05-28-2017

I needed a conventional, non slide-in range (black/stainless)...no longer easy to find. This was exactly what I wanted to replace my smelly old conventional range. I would suggest maybe putting the GE emblem in a more prominent place, as I was compelled to put a Dodge Dart GT fender badge on the backsplash instead. Also added contrasting burner bowls to my liking.

VERY cheaply made

No, I would not recommend this to a friend.

Submitted: 12-02-2016

We bought this stove because it is the ONLY one we could find that would fit the opening we have and that was electric. If we could have found parts for our 35 year old range, we would have fixed it and not had to settle for this very cheaply made disposable piece of aluminum. It is very flimsy. When we got it brand new, out of the box, many areas of the back and sides were bent, rippled and twisted - not a huge deal because they won't be seen, but still you would think a brand new item wouldn't be damaged. Also, there wasn't a protective blue plastic covering any of it. (The inch and half GE logo had a piece of blue plastic over it, but that was it!) My husband, who is a Handyman, installed the range. He is very good at what he does and knows what he is doing. While leveling this range, he was using three individual levels. From front to back and side to side the range is level, but each individual burner is not level and all are off differently from each other. He put a level in the middle of the range top between the burners and there is almost a quarter-inch sag in the middle of the range top. There is no way to level each of the four burners equally and there is no support under the range top to alleviate the sag. The bottom drawer feels like it was made out of a soda can. Actually, I think a soda can has more strength to it. It is incredibly flimsy and does not sit equally on the runners. One side of the drawer face is flush with the front face of the range but an eighth of an inch lower than the other side. The taller side is three eighths of an inch away from the range face while the short side is flush. The drawer front was not put squarely on the drawer. The runners are a pathetic looking bit of plastic that bend and don't hold very well with any kind of weight in the drawer. My Cast Iron Dutch Oven is too heavy for the bottom drawer to support. I haven't even used this range yet and still cannot, in good conscience, recommend it. IF you have no other choice, like we did not, you can probably make do but expect to have to work at it for quite some time to get it leveled and don't expect a solid feeling range.

Love this range!

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

Submitted: 11-19-2016

I bought a house and it had a smooth top stove. I gave it a chance, and for a variety of reasons I hated it. My preference is a gas range but my neighborhood doesn't have gas so I decided to go old school with an electric coil range. I also did not want the oven to have digital controls. I found this stove and it was installed 11/14/16. So far, I love love love this stove! The only thing I would note is that while the controls for the burners require you to first push the dial in before you can turn it, the oven control does not seem to have that same feature. For this reason, I have found that I can accidentally turn on the oven just my lightly brushing against the dial. However, now that I am aware of it, this is something I am able to easily avoid. I do wish though that the oven dial had the same push first feature.
0-5 of 3 Reviews |