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Whirlpool 30" Electric Cooktop - Stainless Steel

  • Model: G7CE3034XS
  • Electric
  • 30.0" Wide
Special financing available (subject to credit approval)
Fuel Type
Electric
Width
30.0" Wide
Dimensions
30.8(w) X 3.7(h) X 21.7(d)
Shipping Weight
51 lbs
Warranty Terms - Parts
12 Months
Warranty Terms - Labor
12 Months

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Whirlpool 30" Electric Cooktop - Stainless Steel
 
3.0

(based on 2 reviews)

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1.0

Product is Unreliable

By blue1der

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Pros

  • Style

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Whirlpool 30" Electric Cooktop - Stainless Steel:

      I purchased this cooktop a week ago. It has been majorly disappointing. After about three uses an error code, F47 popped up. A repairman came out, and couldn't fix it. We are now waiting on parts. Parts to fix a new stove!!!!!! We've been eating out, because, our brand new expensive stove DOES NOT WORK!! Avoid this appliance. The technology in theory is great, but in function it is a colossal failure. You WILL regret this purchase! Consider yourself warned!

      (9 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

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      By Desand

      from Undisclosed

      Pros

      • Convenient Features
      • Cooking Performance
      • Energy Savings
      • Quiet
      • Style

      Cons

      • Expensive

      Best Uses

        Comments about Whirlpool 30" Electric Cooktop - Stainless Steel:

        When buying an induction cooktop, know what you’re getting yourself into. Special cookware is required. If a magnet will not stick to your current pots and pans, you must buy new ones. Once you have all the right gear, it’s well worth the cost. It cooks fast and evenly with lots of control over the temperature. You can have a boiling pot of water (which doesn’t take long) and the surrounding surface will be barely warm. For me, it’s the happy medium between a microwave and conventional cooktop.

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