Summary: As a mechanical engineer I am familiar with what is required in a valve design to have variable flow from low to high setting. I am not pleased with the performance of these burners. The ports in these valves are definitely of a design that does not allow continuously variable heat output from high to low fire. There are individual ports in the valve for high, medium and low.
Summary: My research on the unit found this to be the best match we were looking for. The price from Madison could not be beat and the delivery was fast (and Free). My installers had it set up and working on no time. It is great that Frigidaire includes the N/G to Propane conversion kit, too. The different size burners are convenient and there is plenty of room on the burner grates for multiple pots and pans. The electric convection is quite efficient.
Summary: I absolutely love this range, have been looking & pricing for several years, & just could not find all the features that I wanted. I read all the reviews & this was the one!It had to be stainless, convection, slide in,warming drawer and most importantly, DUAL FUEL! I 've always had electic but when we remodeled several years ago I had them to install a gas line beside my 220 plug for that gas stove in my future, and it was forth the wait, the best of both, gas &...
Summary: This range was professionally installed as part of a complete kitchen remodel. It has been in use for about two months. It's been excellent so far. I'm very happy with the choice of the dual-fuel version. The oven temp seems to be right on, with cooking times matching recipes recommendations. I don't see any acceleration of cooking from the convection, but it may make for more even temperatures. The rapid oven preheat is a nice feature if you forget to turn it on early.