The Sharp® SSG3061JS Slide-In Convection Gas Range is built for your dream kitchen. The sleek, modern edge-to-edge black glass with stainless steel finish complements your style. And you can keep your countertops clear of single-serving appliances because the SSG3061JS is also a family-size air fryer!
The SSG3061JS cooktop has five gas cooking zones with 54,000 BTU of combined power. The 6.1 cu. ft. oven features powerful 34,500 BTU bake and broil elements with a convection system to cook evenly and heat efficiently. Seven sculpted rack positions, and the included standard racks create a versatile cooking space and make cooking for a crowd simple. The built-in temperature probe takes the guesswork out of cooking by monitoring your masterpiece and can tell your oven to turn off when your food reaches the set internal temperature. Thoughtful presets include Air Fry, Pizza, Convection Bake, Convection Roast, Bake, and Broil. Self Clean and Steam Clean modes help keep your oven clean without the need for harsh chemicals.
The Sharp SSG3061JS turns itself off after 12 hours for added peace of mind. The cooktop controls can be locked to prevent accidental operation, and the Hot Surface Indicator lets you know at a glance if the cooking surface is hot. The Sharp SSG3061JS oven also has a Component Cooling Fan to help cool inner components and outer door surfaces.
- Edge-to-Edge Black Glass Design with Cobalt Blue Oven Cavity
- 5-Burner Gas Cooktop with 54,000 BTU of Combined Power
- Large Capacity 6.1 cu. ft. Oven with 34,500 BTU of Cooking Power*
- Slide-In Design for a Seamless and Built-In Look
- Air Fry, Pizza, and Convection Bake/Roast Modes
- Built-In Temperature Probe for Accurate Temperature Control
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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