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This GE freestanding electric smoothtop range has the following:
• 4 surface cooking elements
• Among surface elements, 2 high-powered element(s).
• Warming element on cooktop
• One or more expandable cooktop elements.
• Touchpads for setting oven temperature.
• Oven has "steam clean" function for light cleaning.

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Type: Smoothtop, single oven (30-inch)
About - GE JB650DTWW

The GE JB650DTWW is part of the kitchen range test program at Consumer Reports. In our lab tests, electric range models like the JB650DTWW are rated on multiple criteria, such as those listed below.

Cooktop high:
This reflects how quickly the most powerful element could raise a 6-liter (6 1/3 quart) pot of water from room temperature to a near boil.

Cooktop low:
This reflects the ability of the lowest power element to melt and hold chocolate without scorching it. We also set the most powerful element to its lowest setting to test its ability to hold a large pot of tomato sauce below a boil.

This reflects the evenness of cookies and cakes in multi-rack baking tests.

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About This Brand

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Features & Specs - GE JB650DTWW
info Double oven No
info Cooking drawer No
info High-power elements 2
info Medium-power elements 0
info Low-power elements 2
info Convection mode No
info Slide-in No
info Stainless steel available Yes
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User Reviews - GE JB650DTWW
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(13 of 14 customers found this review helpful)
Love It
Attractive Design
Heats Up Quickly
Large Surface Area
Best Uses
Heavy Usage
Smaller Kitchens
So far its working great. Oven has a preheat setting! So it makes sure it is ready for use. I had no problems and my pizza was perfect!!! <br />Easy cleaning with a smooth top. Nice looking. And fits well in my small kitchen. <br />Space on the bottom for pots and pans. Light inside and very modern white door. Self Cleaning is a plus!
How long have you owned it:
A month or less
Bottom Line
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
(21 of 23 customers found this review helpful)
Attractive Design
Easy To Clean
Heats Up Quickly
High-Powered Burners
Large Surface Area
Very Good Oven Space
Best Uses
Heavy Usage
I haven't had a better stove. I have always had a coil top stove, so this smooth top is great for me. Two thumbs up for this GE product.
How long have you owned it:
A month or less
Bottom Line
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
(32 of 40 customers found this review helpful)
basic stove - returned after 2 days
Not Fun To Cook On
Outdated Design
Uneven Heating
Best Uses
I bought this stove to replace a Fridgidaire with an F1 error. It is a very basic stove without any frills and without convection blower. Baking was uneven on the middle rack with a pizza turning brown on one side but no the other. It had annoying clicking sounds when heating up but I knew this from other reviews. The silicone caulk used to seal the ceramic cooking fields on top left black streaks on a cleaning cloth (not cured properly?). What really was the deal breaker for me is the outdated design of this stove. It looks so outdated and boring that I was unhappy whenever I walked into my kitchen. After 2 days it went back to my home supplies center. I found out that for 1-200 dollar more you can buy a high quality, highly rated stove that makes cooking fun. My suggestion - go take a good look at your appliances in a brick and mortar store before buying - I surely should have done that. Also buying in store makes it much easier to return things.
How long have you owned it:
A month or less
Bottom Line
No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
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