Summary: Thought it had bit the dust after just 14 months but not so...was the circuit for the whole house that did. Cooks well, bakes well. Lots of nooks and crannies for food and grease at the control panel to stove top. Yes the vent is annoying but don't leave pans over it unless you're cooking.
Summary: "My only "wish" is that the Timer was just a tad louder, otherwise, it looks and works perfectly fine. My home is strictly electric and being old school I wanted coil burners, but the pricing wasn't too attractive as coil burners aren't trendy.
Summary: "We were looking for a electric range with coil burners because we do a lot of wok cooking. We looked around and found hands down this was the best looking and best built range available. We have been very pleased with the performance of this range. Broiler is outstanding.
Pros: Attractive, Well built, works very well, light over food
Summary: I have been using this range for over 10 months, and I like it a lot. I chose the elements for a couple of reasons - first, the negatives with the glass tops that are well-known and well-publicized. Secondly, I can tuna 3 or 4 times a year and the elements are best for this.
Summary: Please don't buy this range. I thought GE would always manufacture a great product. Was I surpised. There are four heating elements on top of the range, but the large element on the left hand side also serves as the "vent" for when I cook in the oven.
Summary: 1] If you are assuming your slide-in will sit flush against the wall, think again. This model has a metal box in the back which prevents it from sliding all the way into the wall. [I don't know if this is true of all slide-in stoves now, but my old one went flush to the wall.
Summary: I've owned the stainless steel GE JSP39SNSS slide-in electric coil range for 2 weeks. We were hesitant to buy it because we couldn't find any reviews and no stores around us carried an actual model.