jcpenney.com | Hotpoint® 30" Free-Standing Electric Range

Hotpoint® 30" Free-Standing Electric Range

Model # RB780DHWW
web ID: 8630731
With its durable double oven racks and smooth surfaces that are easy to wipe clean, this free-standing range from Hotpoint is sure to be the perfect addition to your kitchen. Powerful radiant elements and a large oven capacity make cooking even large meals a breeze.
  • 5.0 cu. ft. oven capacity provides plenty of room to cook more dishes at once
  • four radiant cooking elements provide fast, consistent heating
  • sleek ceramic glass cooktop easily wipes clean and gives a sleek look
  • electronic oven controls are easy to operate
  • self-clean oven cleans the interior without scrubbing
  • frameless glass oven door gives a sleek, stylish look
  • audible preheat signal lets you know when the oven is ready
  • standard oven window provides a convenient viewing area to check cooking progress
  • 47½x30x28¾"

Product Specifications

Capacity 5 Cu Ft Depth (in.) 28 3/4 Inch
Cooktop Size 30 Inch Height (in.) 47 1/2 Inch
Cut-Out Height (in.) 47 1/2 Inch Range Size 30 Inch
Cut-Out Width (in.) 30 Inch Width (in.) 30 Inch
Cut-out Depth (in.) 30 Inch
Amperage (amps) 40a Element No.3 Type Radiant
Appliance Types Electric Ranges Element No.3 Watts 1500w
Application Type Residential Element No.4 Size 8 Inch
Broiler Location Oven Element No.4 Type Radiant
Cleaning Type Self Cleaning Element No.4 Watts 2000w
Color of Cabinet White Features Not Applicable
Color of Handles Color Matched Finish White
Control Location Back Splash Fuel Type Electric
Control Types Electronic Touch Included Items Cleaning Cream
Convection Type None Installation Type Freestanding
Cooktop Features Indicator Light, Built-in Timer, Digital Display Interior Lighting Yes
Cooktop Surfaces Smooth Surface Number of Burners Not Applicable
Downdraft Exhaust No Number of Elements 4
Electric or Gas Electric Number of Ovens Single Oven
Element No.1 Size 8 Inch Oven Convection No
Element No.1 Type Radiant Oven Racks 2
Element No.1 Watts 2000w Oven Settings Sabbath Mode, Delay Clean, 4-pass Broil Element, 4-pass Bake Element, Delay Bake / Start
Element No.2 Size 6 Inch Power On Indicator Light(s) Yes
Element No.2 Type Radiant Voltage (volts) 240v
Element No.2 Watts 1500w Window In Door Yes
Element No.3 Size 6 Inch
ADA Compliant No JCPenney Exclusive No
Certifications and Listings Not Available Labor Warranty Limited 1 Year Entire Appliance
ENERGY STAR certified No Parts Warranty Limited 1 Year Entire Appliance
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cook top requirements

can you use any type metal on cook top?
Asked by: matt
Cookware for Radiant Glass Cooktop   The following information will help you choose cookware which will give good performance on glass cooktops.                                                                                                NOTE: Follow all cookware manufacturer’s recommendations when using any type of cookware on the ceramic cooktop.        Stainless Steel: recommended        Aluminum: heavy weight recommended, Good conductivity. Aluminum residues sometimes appear as scratches on the cooktop but can be removed if cleaned, thin weight aluminum should not be used.        Copper Bottom: recommended, Copper may leave residues which can appear as scratches. The residues can be removed, as long as the cooktop is cleaned immediately. However, do not let these pots boil dry. Overheated metal can bond to glass cooktops. An overheated copper bottom pot will leave a residue that will permanently stain the cooktop if not removed immediately.        Porcelain Enamel on Cast Iron: recommended if bottom of pan is coated        Porcelain Enamel on Steel: not recommended, Heating empty pans can cause permanent damage to cooktop glass. The enamel can melt and bond to the ceramic cooktop.        Glass-ceramic: not recommended, Poor performance.  Will scratch the surface.        Stoneware: not recommended, Poor performance.  May scratch the surface.        Cast Iron: not recommended unless designed specifically for glass cooktops, Poor conductivity and slow to absorb heat.  Will scratch the cooktop surface.              
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2016-06-08
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