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The NE58F9710WS comes with a warming drawer. This is an excellent feature, especially if you entertain a lot. But don't worry -- you can still store your pans in it.

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The Flex Duo divider creates two ovens which can be used independently of one another, with separate temperatures and no carryover of odors.

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The NE58F9710WS features a 5.8-cubic-foot oven.

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Samsung NE58F9710WS Slide-In Electric Range with Flex Duo Oven

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The NE58F9710WS is a slide-in range, which means that it's designed to look integrated with your counters and cabinets. The front of the range will sit flush with builder-standard cabinets and the lip of the cooktop will rest on top of your counter for a built-in look.

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The NE58F9710WS features Samsung's Guiding Light controls on its gorgeous touch screen. The touch screen controls the oven, while the heavy, professional-looking dials control the cooktop.

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When the Flex Duo divider is in place, you have a 2.4 cubic foot upper oven and 3.3 cubic foot lower oven.

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Samsung NE58F9710WS Slide-In Electric Range with Flex Duo Oven

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Samsung NE58F9710WS Slide-In Electric Range with Flex Duo Oven

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You can use the two left burners individually, or join them together with the bridging element for a continuous, oblong burner that's great for griddles.

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The NE58F9710WS features a triple burner made up of 6-, 9-, and 12-inch burners located concentrically. This gives you the flexibility to use different sizes of pans, for full use of the cooktop.

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A large viewing window gives you a view of all of the food in your oven.

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