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24" 2.9 cu. ft. Standard Clean Electric Range with Ceramic Cooktop - Stainless

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Number of Payments: 24

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Amount of Each Payment $159.99 per month Number of Payments for Ownership 24 Total Cost of Ownership $3,839.76
Cash Price $2,253.99 Cost of Lease Services $1,585.77
Does Aaron's check my credit?
As part of our digital approval processes, Aaron’s will check credit history and creditworthiness and rely upon customer reports and information obtained from third-parties in considering your application. We do check credit sources; however, we look at many other data points to make a final decision, and we regularly approve customers that other stores won’t, including customers with less than perfect credit or very little credit history.
How do I make my payments?
Your first payment for an online order must be made using a debit or credit card. Once the first payment is made, your local store will accept cash, checks, money orders, and all major credit cards, or you can continue to pay online. If you are interested in online payments, please go to myaccount.aarons.com and click on “Register.”
Can I pay out my lease early?
Yes. You can purchase the product at any time. If your ownership plan is longer than 6 months, you can take advantage of Aaron’s same as cash option. For those new agreements with a payment option longer than 6 months, if you payout your merchandise within the applicable same as cash period, you will pay the cash price, plus tax and applicable fees (if any). The same as cash period varies by location but is generally 120 days. For California residents the same as cash option is 90 days for all rental purchase agreements.
In addition, after the same as cash option expires, you can purchase the merchandise for more than the cash price but less than the total of remaining lease payments, as described in your lease agreement. This early purchase option amount varies by state and is explained in the lease agreement.
What is Aaron's return policy?
Once your item has been delivered, you can contact your local store to schedule a time for return or pick-up as stated in your agreement. However, you will not receive a refund. But don’t forget about our lifetime reinstatement benefit; you can restart your lease anytime you like on the same or comparable value merchandise. Lawn equipment, seasonal items, and special order merchandise are excluded from the lifetime reinstatement benefit. See a store associate for complete details.
Description

GE Appliances 2.9 cu. ft. Standard Clean Electric Range with Ceramic Cooktop

Standing out from other models with an abundance of features, this GE 24” standard clean free-standing electric range is something you can’t pass up. With front facing controls to minimize the need to reach, a ceramic cooktop that easily wipes clean and steam cleaning that saves time and effort, this model makes the users life easier. This model has in-oven broil and the range has a large window to keep an eye on food while it cooks. Lastly, this model has a modular background and the versatile design gives you the option of a traditional look, or flip down to create a slide-in appearance.

Key Features:

  • 24" Free-Standing Electric Range
  • Front Controls
  • Ceramic Glass Cooktop
  • Steam clean
  • In-oven broil
  • Modular backguard
  • Large Window
  • Interior oven light
Specs
Size:
  • Dimensions 23.9"W x 41"H x 28"D
  • Oven Interior 19"W x 15"H x 17"D
  • Oven Capacity (cu. ft.) 2.9
  • Size of Burners Two 9" and Two 6"
  • Range Size 24"
Product Features:
  • Color Stainless Steel
  • Cooking Surface Glass
  • Gas or Electric Electric
  • Main Burners 4
  • Number of Oven Racks 2
  • Convection or Standard Standard
  • Self-Cleaning Type Standard
  • Product Availability Online Only
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24" 2.9 cu. ft. Standard Clean Electric Range with Ceramic Cooktop - Stainless is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 78.
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Product Questions
Have a question about a product? Ask away! Our team will get back to you with the answer. Need an answer quickly or immediate assistance with your order? Feel free to chat with us.

How far out does the oven door handle stick out?

Asked by: DJboyar
Hello! Thank you for your interest in GE Appliances. We are more than happy to help. The door handle sticks out about 2.25" from the door. Thank you for checking with us, and we hope this helps! Please feel free to reach out to us with any additional questions you may have. - Adrian@GEA
Answered by: AdrianatGEA
Date published: 2021-10-04

Is there a gap between the back of the body of the oven and the rear of the backguard? If so, how much space is there between the body back and the back of the guard?

Asked by: attaguy
Hello - Thanks for reaching out to us, this is a great question! The thickness/depth of the backguard is ~.75". So, the distance would be ~.75". We hope this helps! - Trey@GEA
Answered by: TreyGEA
Date published: 2021-09-10

What’s the maximum weight that a cooktop element and oven rack hold? Also, what’s the maximum weight that the entire cooktop can handle at once? 

Asked by: Nykfan11
Hello - Thanks for reaching out to us, these are great questions! Our range and cooktop glass cooking surfaces (radiant, induction, gas-on-glass) are tested for a maximum weight limit of 50lbs. Our oven racks are tested for a load of 30 lbs. We hope this helps! - Trey@GEA
Answered by: TreyGEA
Date published: 2021-08-31

Can you overlap the “burner circles” without damaging cookware & getting even heating? Specs on site say 6” & 8” for the ranges but the measurements of the circles are just under 7” & about 9”; what diameter do cookware bottoms need for this cooktop?

Asked by: Nykfan11
Hello - Thanks for reaching out to us, and we apologize for our delayed response. While it is not recommended, using cookware that is larger than the burner circles will not cause harm to the cooktop. It may hurt the cooking performance as not all areas of the cookware are exposed to direct heat. For this model we recommend using 6 or 8 inch diameter cookware. We hope this helps! - Trey@GEA
Answered by: TreyGEA
Date published: 2021-08-23

What are the conversions for the numbers on the knobs? For example, what does 4 equal to in terms of temperature? Are there in between temperatures between, say 4 and 5 aka 4.25 to 4.75? 

Asked by: Nykfan11
Hello - Thanks for reaching out to us, these are great questions! The numbers on the cooktop knobs do not correspond to specific temperatures. The set temperatures on this model are not limited to the increments printed on the knob. The user can set any temperature setting between the minimum and maximum temperature settings on the knob. We hope this helps! - Trey@GEA
Answered by: TreyGEA
Date published: 2021-08-23

What size do the pans and pots have to be for the ranges on the cooktop? 

Asked by: Nykfan11
Hello - Thanks for reaching out to us, this is a great question! We recommend that the cookware you use on this range's cooktop be no larger than the burner itself. This model has two 8 inch burners and two 6 inch burners. We hope this helps! - Trey@GEA
Answered by: TreyGEA
Date published: 2021-08-23

Does this oven have Sabbath mode setting?

Asked by: Jellies
Hi Jellies, Thank you for reaching out to us here at GE Appliances. We are here to help with your Sabbath mode question. Yes this model does have a Sabbath mode setting. This is a great range and we hope this helps! Please let us know if you have any additional questions. Del@GEA
Answered by: DelGEA
Date published: 2021-03-09

To obtain the desired oven temperature, do I stop over the number or the dot between the numbers? For example, if I'd like the oven to be at 300 deg, do I stop just over the middle zero of 300 or do I stop at the dot that is half way between 300 and 400?

Asked by: TrbleMnul
Hello TrbleMnul, Thank you for reaching out to us and choosing GE Appliances for your home. We understand your concern with the temperature control and are here to help. We apologize for any inconvenience this has caused. You will stop the oven temp dial just over the middle zero in the example of 300 degrees. We hope this helps! Please let us know if you have any additional questions. Del@GEA
Answered by: DelGEA
Date published: 2021-03-08
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