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This oven's a real looker

A five burner cooktop

Touch to control

Dial it up or down

Premium metal handes

A tad cramped in there

Crispy broiled burgers

Roasted veggies are better

This omelette's for you

Basic chicken at a premium price

The trouble with dual rack baking

Sporting a premium stainless steel skin, the Frigidaire Gallery 30-Inch Electric Range looks pricey.

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The Frigidaire Gallery 30-Inch Electric Range's flat cooktop has five burners which include both quick boil and warming zone heaters.

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Along with physical knobs the Frigidaire Gallery 30-Inch Electric Range uses a touchscreen to handle most oven tasks.

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You'll find physical burner knobs on the Frigidaire Gallery 30-Inch Electric Range. Unfortunately, they are made from cheap-feeling plastic.

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Both the oven handle and warmer tray handle are built from sturdy stainless steel.

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The Frigidaire Gallery 30-Inch Electric Range's oven capacity tops out at 5.5 cubic feet.

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Burgers broiled fast but ended up a bit dry.

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The Frigidaire successfully roasted butternut squash as well.

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Who says you can't make nice omelettes on an electric stove?

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Since the Frigidaire Gallery lacks a convection mode, roasted chicken tests yielded fowl with less-than-crispy skin.

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Biscuits baked on the bottom rack (right) were underdone compared with the top rack (left).

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