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Jenn-Air JJW380DP

The Jenn-Air JJW380DP is an electric double wall oven. Each oven has a 5-cubic-foot capacity.

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Jenn-Air JJW380DP

The touchscreen control panel is located above the top oven. You can scroll through cooking options and select your cooking temperature.

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Jenn-Air JJW380DP

The oven includes a Culinary Center that asks you to make selections about what you're cooking and will then set the temperature and settings.

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Jenn-Air JJW380DP

In the Culinary Center, you even select what type of pan you're using to help the oven determine the best cook settings.

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Jenn-Air JJW380DP

This Jenn-Air double oven works with the Nest Learning Thermostat, which makes it one of the first smart ovens we've seen that works with other connected gadgets.

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Jenn-Air JJW380DP

You can select the temperature you want your Jenn-Air to reach before it changes the temperature of your Nest. You can also select by how many degrees you want the Nest to adjust.

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Jenn-Air JJW380DP

The oven's connection with the Nest was very responsive during our tests. And when you turn off the oven, the Nest returns to its original set temperature.

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Jenn-Air JJW380DP

The Jenn-Air double oven cooked chickens well with both the Culinary Center and our basic testing recipe.

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Jenn-Air JJW380DP

The biscuits at the top photo baked in the top oven. The biscuits in the bottom picture baked in the bottom oven. The bottom biscuits were lighter than the top, especially the biscuits that baked in the front corners.

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Jenn-Air JJW380DP

I baked these biscuits in the top oven with the convection fan turned on. The sheet of biscuits that baked on a higher rack (top left picture) were lighter than the biscuits that baked below them (bottom left). The pictures on the right are color representations of the brownness of the biscuits.

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Jenn-Air JJW380DP

I baked these biscuits in the bottom oven with the convection fan in use. As with the top oven, the biscuits that baked on a higher rack (top left picture) were slightly lighter than the biscuits that baked below them (bottom left)

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Jenn-Air JJW380DP

I broiled these hamburger patties in the top oven. These are the average times it took each burger to reach an internal temperature of 145 degrees Fahrenheit. The burger that cooked in the back-right corner cooked the fastest.

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Jenn-Air JJW380DP

The burgers I broiled in the bottom oven (pictured here) cooked faster than the burgers in the top oven. The burgers that cooked in the front-right corner cooked the fastest.

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