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Frigidaire FGEF302TPF Review

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Frigidaire image: Each of the two ovens on this electric range features 3.6 cubic feet of cooking space.

Frigidaire image: Each of the two ovens on this electric range features 3.6 cubic feet of cooking space.
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Frigidaire image: There are five electric burners on the cooktop.

Frigidaire image: There are five electric burners on the cooktop.
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Frigidaire image: A touchpad allows you to control the upper and lower ovens.

Frigidaire image: A touchpad allows you to control the upper and lower ovens.
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Frigidaire image: This range double oven has quick-preheat capabilities to save you time.

Frigidaire image: This range double oven has quick-preheat capabilities to save you time.

Editor’s Note: This product is no longer available from the manufacturer. You can still read our original review below, but Top Ten Reviews is no longer updating this product’s information.

The Frigidaire FGEF302TPF is an electric-range double oven that provides two large ovens, five electric burners, and both touch controls and knobs to control the variety of settings and features. It is designed with smudge-proof stainless steel, so even children's fingerprints won't ruin this range double oven's appearance.

Each of the two ovens provides 3.6 cubic feet of cooking space, which makes this one of the largest double ovens. It uses thermal cooking technology, instead of convection technology. With convection cooking, a fan inside the oven circulates the hot air, making food cook faster and more evenly.

The electric-range cooktop features five burners and a handful of features. The five burners range in power from 1,200 watts to 3,000 watts. With this wide range of power, you can use a low amount of power for simmering and melting, or the highest power for searing food and boiling water quickly. It also has a warming zone where you can keep your food from cooling off without overcooking it and a quick-boil setting that heats water faster than a traditional high setting.

The finish of this electric-range double oven is smudge-proof stainless steel, so it's extra resistant to fingerprints and other blemishes. It also includes both knobs and a touch control. The knobs control the cooktop, while the touchpad allows you to control each oven. The knobs and touchpad are located on the back panel of the oven, which keeps them away from children but also means you may have to reach over hot steam or splattering oil sometimes to access them.

The Frigidaire comes with a variety of settings and controls for the two ovens. It has automatic shut-off capabilities, so if you leave it on for more than six hours, it turns off on its own for safety. Its quick-preheat setting allows the oven to heat up in less time than a traditional oven takes. Delayed bake and warming settings are also on this oven to provide flexibility with your cooking schedule. However, there is no meat probe to ensure thorough cooking.

This double oven range is covered under a one-year manufacturer warranty. This is the average length of time these ovens are covered, though a few are covered for two years or longer. If you prefer a range that runs on gas power, the GE Café is a good choice.

The Frigidaire FGEF302TPF provides two equally large ovens, a cooktop with five burners and a stain-resistant design. Though it doesn't have convection cooking options, it offers a lot of features to make your cooking times shorter and your meals less stressful.