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This oven comes in a black or stainless steel finish.

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The LED notification lighting is a unique feature of this oven.

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That's the Remote Connect symbol. It blinks during app setup and stops flashing when setup is complete.

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You can adjust the rack to six different heights.

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Both ovens have a 5-cubic-foot capacity.

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You can use convection and traditional modes in both ovens.

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A view of the right ladder rack.

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A close-up of the display panel.

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Another view of the double ovens.

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Inside this GE double oven.

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Demonstrating the LED status bar function.

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The settings menu on the app.

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Even if you haven't selected "Remote Enable" on your oven, you can still set timers for the upper and lower oven.

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Program the mode, temperature, and timer for your upper oven.

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You can also program the mode, temperature, and timer for your lower oven.

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