- Make delicious meals with Air Fry
- Even Baking with True Convection
- Triple Element (6”, 9”, 12”)
- Quick Boil Element (3,200W)
- Flexible 5-Element Cooktop
- Air Fry allows you to make healthier and delicious meals for the entire family – right in your oven. The first range on the market to include Air Fry.
- True Convection gets you faster, more even multi-rack baking results with a powerful convection fan and third heating element that evenly circulates hot air throughout the oven.
- SpaceWise® Triple Expandable element – a 6″ inner ring and 9″ and 12″ outer rings accommodate different sizes of cookware.
- Quick Boil Element – Get meals on the table faster with our powerful 3,200W element.
- Flexible Five Element Cooktop provides the ultimate cooking flexibility designed to handle all of your cooking needs.
- Fast Steam Cleaning Option – A 30-minute light oven cleaning that’s chemical-free, odor-free, and fast.
- Quick Preheat – start baking in just a few minutes with Quick Preheat.1
- Upgrade your Kitchen with a Built-in Look without the remodel. This Front Control Range easily fits the space of your existing 30″ range.
- Rear Filler Kit Included to help fill any gap between the back of the range and your backsplash.
- Frigidaire Fit Promise – We promise that your new 30″ Frigidaire Gallery® front control range will fit your existing range cutout, or we will reimburse up to one hundred dollars for professionally modifying the countertop.2
- Smudge-Proof® Black Stainless Steel is a beautiful finish with an easy-to-clean fingerprint resistant surface.
- Optional ReadyCook™ Air Fry Tray allows you to achieve perfectly crispy and delicious Air Fry results, faster than nonstick bakeware.3
- True Self Clean – 2, 3, 4 hours.
- Sabbath Mode
- ADA Compliant4
1Based on single rack cooking performance, not set temperature, using Quick Preheat.
2Via mail-in rebate. See https://www.Frigidaire.com/FitPromise for additional information.
3ReadyCook™ Air Fry Tray is not required to use Air Fry.
4When properly installed, meets the appliance standards in the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Architectural Barriers Act Accessibility Guidelines as published by the United States Access Board on June 23, 2004, as amended August 5, 2005.