GE 30" Under the Cabinet Hood - Stainless Steel

Model No: JVX3300SJSS

9 Reviews

  • 2-Speed, 200-CFM Venting System
  • Front Controls
  • Incandescent Cooktop Lighting
  • Dishwasher-Safe Filter
  • Convertible Venting

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Suggested Retail: $130.00

Our Low Price: $129.00


Gray Blower/Light Switch Color
Stainless Steel Appearance
Under Cabinet Design


5 1/2" H x 20" D x 29 7/8" W

Manufacturers Warranty

1 Year Limited Parts and Labor

Venthood Features

2 Speed Rocker Fan Control
200 CFM Exhaust
6.5 Sones Rating

Convenience Features

Dishwasher Safe Filters
Easy Installation - 10 Minutes or Less
Front Controls
Incandescent Cooktop Lighting
On/Off Light Controls
Removable Grease Filter(s)

Additional Features

Convertible Venting Options
Optional Power Cord Kit (JXHC1)
Vertical or Horizontal Ducting; 7" Round

  • Height : 5 1/2 Inches
  • Width : 29 7/8 Inches
  • Depth : 20 Inches

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Average Rating

out of 5 (9 Reviews)

0-5 of 9 Reviews |

GE Hood

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

Submitted: 10-01-2017

Such an improvement to my kitchen and matches my stove

Great product

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

Submitted: 09-30-2017

I bought this for our new remodeled kitchen and love its looks and reasonable price


Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

Submitted: 08-12-2017


Looks Nice! Took two people to install though

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

Submitted: 07-11-2017

Looks Nice! However, it took two people to install though.

Good Product...after two simple fixes.

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

Submitted: 06-29-2017

To start, after I fixed my issues below I really like this product. Its a good value and performs nice after the following fixes were used. I would give 5-stars if I didn't have to discover these fixes myself. Support did come out to switch my motor but it didn't solve my problem after two weeks of use noise came back.The Problems I have experienced with this product:1. Loud vibrations between hood vent and cabinets 2. Loud clicking noise from fan running (fan hits its own bracket on sides)The Fix:1. Go to the hardware store and get a package of foam liner with adhesive on one side. Its very inexpensive. It is usually used to insulate between attic stairs and the ceiling. Place it between hood and the cabinets. This stops vibration between cabinets and hood meaning no more noise. Fixed.2. Take a socket wrench and holding fan blade in place loosen nut. Drop the fan blade slightly lower then previously installed. Even 2-3mm can fix problem.Tighten nut keeping blade in lower position on the rod the nut holds onto. After tightening turn on fan to low. If no more clicking is present place back grease guard into place and try low setting again. This is to make sure fan is not hitting the grease guard at all. If clicking or hitting still try adjusting the fan and rinse and repeat.Why this fixes the clicking:The bracket holding the fan in gets slightly smaller up top and when the fan spins it has a slight give and raises itself slightly higher as it spins on the rod allowing the side of the fan to hit the bracket.
0-5 of 9 Reviews |