Summary: This oven is just bad, and horrible customer support makes the experience of owning it even worse. It was the most expensive appliance I purchased when I redid my kitchen two years ago. Most expensive by a fair penny.
Summary: Had this oven only since Sept 09. Bought because of supposed good quality; willing to pay a little more than standard. We don't use it that often but do bake at least 1-2 month. From the very beginning, I thought it baked items too quickly, often drying them out when they should have had several...
Summary: I bought this oven four years ago and already the digital read out for temperature control is burning out. It will cost me $284.18 to replace the clock assembly. We called customer service and told us to buy a warranty.
2 years of use but now replacement for a small part- BEWARE!
14 April 2012
Summary: We've owned this oven for over 2 years and though its use is infrequent, it's a great oven which we enjoy using. However, one of the oven lights burned out and its replacement per Electrolux parts dept. means buying a much larger part which costs between 55-67 dollars.
Summary: A few days ago, my new Electrolux wall oven was installed. It looks beautiful, and so far it works well. I replaced my 22 year old convection oven. It is worth paying extra for convection because you are able to bake mulitiple items at once and is the BEST at roasting meats.
Summary: "Although I don't have much time, I like to bake a lot. The Delay Bake function is extremely helpful because I can set the timer to start and by the time I get home whatever I'm baking will be ready just in time."
Summary: "Out of all the features that this oven has, my favorite one is the Delay Bake feature. This lets me set the timer on when to start baking in case I run out of an ingredient and have to run out and get it."