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Fisher & Paykel CG365CWACX1
6.2* out of 10

Fisher & Paykel CG365CWACX1

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Product Info
Our CG365CWACX1 gas cooktop lets you create mouth watering dishes with ease. Grates are recessed into the cooktop making it easier to move pots and pans between elements.
Brushed Stainless Steel
BTU Burner Outputs
Center burner (LPG) 13,000 - 3,412 Center burner (Natural Gas) 14,000 - 3,412 Rapid burner (LPG) 2 at 8,200 - 2,388 Rapid burner (Natural Gas) 2 at 8,000 - 2,388 Semi rapid burner (2) (LPG) 5,700 - 1,365 Semi rapid burner (2) (Natural Gas) 5,800 - 1,365 Simmer burner (LPG) 3,500 - 512 Simmer burner (Natural Gas) 3,000 - 512
Easy clean cooktop design Spill containment (litres) 4
3 piece porcelainized easy clean grates Electronic auto re-ignition Height above countertop only 5/8 High altitude kit available High lip contains spills and quick component removal allows easy cleaning Porcelainized cast iron grates Sealed cooking surface Side control knobs for increased safety Spill containment (gallons) 1 Spill containment (gallons) Fisher & Paykel gas hobs have a recessed hob or have a high lip which surrounds the hob. This has been designed to contain spills that occur whilst cooking. An important safety feature that protects the user and hob surrounds from hot spillages. In addition it also simplifies the general cleaning of the hob as liquids are trapped within the boundaries of the hob.
1 year parts & labor warranty
Burner ratings
Rapid burner
Continuous cooking surface Continuous cooking surface Cast iron trivets are recessed for a streamlined design, while providing a continuous cooking surface for safety and stability. Number of burners 5 Permanent, laser etched graphics
Electronic ignition Electronic ignition Ergonomic controls automatically ignite the flame when the control knob is turned around to the desired temperature, for convenience and ease of use. LPG and Natural Gas compatible
Release Date
First seen
2 August 2010